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I had learned the structures of different viruses and its effect when I’m still on my high school days. We cannot predict if when these viruses do would attack. The main thing that we should do to avoid it is to have a healthy living.
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very nice and easily understood,thanks.
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this page makes everything come together in a simpler form….
it was really helpful for me thanks!
your not explaining anithing
These illustrations are meant to accompany the TWiV podcast episode on virus structure: http://www.twiv.tv/2009/07/05/twiv-39-virus-structure/
why virus is exluded from the five kingdom classification?
a virus cannot live independently outside a host cell because it cannot metabolize to create energy or synthesize amino acids to produce proteins or replicate itself. Therefore outside a host cell, a virus is non-living and only living organisms are classified into 5 kingdoms.
Dear Dr. Racaniello, how to understand the virus Icosaherdral symmetry with different triangular number?? can you please provide me some material…
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