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In nature, rhinoviruses are lytic.

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Phages that replicate only via the lytic cycle are known as virulent phages while phages that replicate using both lytic and lysogenic cycles are known as temperate phages.


The pox virus is a lytic virus in that it kills the cell within 12 hours. The herpes virus can be both lytic and lysogenic (hidden).


There is a specific difference between the 2 cycles. In the Lytic cycle, the virus DNA/RNA remains separate from the Host's DNA. In the Lysogenic cycle, the virus DNA/RNA is incorporated (combined) into the host's DNA. Any virus injects its DNA into a host's cell. No matter what, in both cycles, the host cell ends up bursting and releasing the viruses. The Marburg virus incubates (grows) inside a host's cell, usually from 5-7 days, but can range from 3-10 days overall. It also produces new viruses which release into the organism (in this case, the human or primate). The Marburg Virus goes through both lytic and lysogenic cycles.


Both. In the initial stages when it does not cause any infections so there it exists in lysogenic phase. When it causes infection, cell bursts out releasing large number of mature virions. There it exists in the lytic phase. HIV is a retrovirus meaning that it contains reverse transcriptase to create DNA from RNA. This DNA is then incorporated into the genome of the host cell. In the lysogenic cycle, HIV can remain dormant in the host genome for months, years or even decade. When actively replicating in the host cells, the cycle is still lytic, even if the cells do not necessarily lyse in the case of HIV.


The monkeypox virus does go through a lytic cycle in order to replicate. This virus is a zoonotic disease that can affect both animals and humans.


Well, a virus refers both lysogenic and lytic varieties. A lentivirus is a family of viruses that follow the lysogenic model of infection where the genetic information of the virus is integrated into the host cell's genome. What makes the lentivirus useful as a vector in genetic research is that it is the only type of virus capable of penetrating the nucleus, that is, it can infect the host's genome at any point in the cell cycle where every other lysogenic virus can only infect during phases of the cell cycle that see the nucleus broken down.


No, viruses reproduce in one of two different ways, they Lytic cycle and lysogenic cycle, Both cycles start the same way, the virus must get its nucleic acid (DNA or RNA but never both) into the cell. no the difference starts when the nucleic acid reaches the nucleus. In the lytic cycle (the more commonly used one) the virus uses the cell's ribosomes to code the viral nucleic acid and produce more viruses, the viruses then break out of the cell, most always killing it. To give some examples of viruses that do that include the common cold, influenza and most other viruses. The lysogenic cycle differentiates from the lytic cycle because it doesn't kill the cell, instead the viral nucleic acid attaches itself to the host DNA and becomes part of it, this is called a provirus. this enable the host cell to reproduce many times with the viral nucleic acid still attached. However the provirus can enter the lytic cycle anytime. I am only 13 years old so u might want to double check all the info but this gives a basic understanding to viral reproduction


They both eventually cause death to the host cell. The lysogenic pathway includes integration into the host cell DNA, replication during fission, and a period of dormancy. The lytic pathway proceeds rapidly. The virus attaches and penetrates the host; viral DNA directs synthesis and replication; new viral particles are assembled and cuse the host cell to lysis. The infectious particles are quickly released into the host.


The virus that causes AIDS, HIV, is lytic in nature. Once it attaches itself into a host cell, it will go about integrating its genetic material into the host cell and use its machinery to force the cell to make copies of the virus. Additionally, the viral cell will kill the host cell in the process.


On an x-ray, lytic lesions are light areas found in otherwise dense bone. This suggests something has destroyed or replaced that part of bone. There are both cancerous and noncancerous causes of lytic lesions.


temperate refers to the life cycle some phages are able to perform. A temperate phage can integrate its genome into its host bacterium's chromosome, becoming a lysogen known as a prophage. A temperate phage is also able to undergo lytic life cycles, where the prophage is expressed, replicates the phage genome and produces phage progeny and the progeny phage leave the bacterium.The virulent phages have only lytic lifecycles and thus infection results in the host cell's death (due to lytic cell destruction-the phage replicates itself and then bursts the cell, releasing many copies).So they are both the same in that they both require a host cell to reproduce. They both can have lytic lifecycles but only the temperate phage can "hitch a ride" in the host cell by integrating into the genome.


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