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Viruses for VTPB 911

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How big is the Poxvirus and is it considered large or small? ~250 nm and it is one of the largest viruses, able to be seen from light and electron microscope
How big is the adenovirus and is it considered large or small? ~90 nm and it is a medium size virus although it can only be seen with an electron microscope
How big is the calcovirus and is it considered large or small? ~30 nm and it is a small size virus and can only be seen with an electron microscope
How big is the circovirus and is it considered large or small? < or equal to 20 nm and is considered a very small virus that can only be seen with an electron microscope
What are the capsid requirements for a virus? strong, spontaneous assembly, made of repeating subunits, subunits symmetrical
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