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How do hidden virus multiply?
Each time a host cell divides, the virus's genetic material is copied along with the host's genetic material. Then, under certain conditions, the virus's genetics material suddenly becomes active. It takes over the cell's functions in much the same way that active viruses do. Soon, the cell is full of new viruses and bursts open.
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1. A virus attaches to a bacterium. 2. The virus injects its genetic material. 3. The genetic material of the virus combines with the bacterium's genetic material. 4. Th…e virus's genetic material detaches from the bacterium's genetic material and the bacterium produces the virus's proteins and genetic material. 5. New viruses assemble. 6. The bacterium bursts open, releasing new viruses.
A virus injects its DNA into the host cell making it producemultiple copies of that DNA and multiple copies of the proteincapsule of that virus. After a while, the host cell b…ecomes full ofmany copies of that virus, then the host cell explodes releasingall the new viruses. If the host cell is a bacterium and the thevirus is a bacterophage, this phenomenon is done in two ways eitherby the lytic cycle in which virus DNA survives and the bacterialcell is destroyed,or the lysogenic cycle in which virus DNA isincorporated in the host cell DNA.
The common cold is in fact an active virus. Once the certain virus has infected a new host it immediately begins multiplying within the cells of the new host.
I think it is different because hidden virus stays inside the cell until the body gets weak, and then it gets active. So they dont show the symptoms like the active virus doe…s. And the active virus will show symptoms once it gets into the body, so we will eat medicines to kill the virus. So for the viruses, it is good to be a hidden virus.
a hidden virus is were your virus is hidden so you have a virus but you can't see it. so its called a hidden virus.
Active. It will go directly to find a host cell and begin the steps of the lytic cycle to cause the host's cell to replicate itself (see the related questions for more about t…he lytic cycle). It does not stay "dormant" inside you to manifest symptoms later, an infection will produce symptoms right away if you are infected. Then once new viruses are made in the host cell, they will burst out and infect more cells and potentially more people.
Viruses can only multiply (reproduce) within a host cell. The type of host cell is dependent on the virus' host range.
The cold virus is known to be hidden. This is hidden because a virus like this can hide in your body until whenever you start to become sick with this. * I learned about t…his in Science like a month ago, (: Justsaying. But it is HIDDEN; NOT active, (: wait wait wait how is it hidden if we get it slowly (the cold). and why is it hidden when both ways you'll still get sick. almost all my teachers say its active but in my life science book it states its hidden. whos right whos wrong arggg :( i really need a correct answer :)
It is an active virus. Hidden viruses are viruses that don't go into action immediately and hide out for a while in your tissues. Once you are infected with a cold virus, you …usually become ill right away and once you are over that bout of the flu, the virus will be gone and not lingering around in hiding to come back with symptoms later. Other viruses that are hidden can lie dormant in your tissues for years.
What it does is it first starts out as a single cell the divides into 2 cell, then 4 cells, then 6 cells and so on.
it is not either it is called actidden......
A hidden virus becomes part of the host cell's genetic material.
The virus's genetic material becomes part of the genetic material of the bacterium And After some time he virus's genetic material removes itself and becomes active
hidden virus is that virus which do not harmful for a host and which has no signs and symptoms.
Yes. You can catch the yellow fever by: 1. getting bitten by a mosquito. 2. getting the Combat worm. The stickman's vomit contains yelllow fever, together mixed with ink. 3.st…anding in a desert for 9 hours
Chicken Pox is the name of the infection caused by the "varicella zoster virus". After this infection seemingly ends, the varicella virus remains in a dormant condition in the… nervous system for life. It can get "reactivated" and appear as "shingles/herpes zoster".