What does a virus do to a cell?
What Is a Virus:
A virus is a non-living, infectious particle. All viruses have a similar general structure that includes genetic information in the form of DNA or RNA covered with a protein coat called a capsid. Some viruses also have an outer lipid layer called an envelope.
Answer and Explanation:
A virus hijacks the host cell and forces it to make more viruses. Viruses invade cells when they attach to receptors on the cell surface. The cell...
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from Biology 103: MicrobiologyChapter 4 / Lesson 3