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Answered 2021-01-13 19:45:06

Viruses do not need nutrition, they only need a host cell, such as a human, which is a living organism. They only use the hosts(living organisms) to reproduce and to produce many copies of itself.

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Answered 2008-09-11 02:44:17

The only thing that a virus does is to get inside a host cell and reproduce. It is not considered a living organism and do not need nutrition.

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Viruses don't feed themselves so there is no mode of nutrition. They are parasites.


As we all know that viruses is not considered as living things, So it do not need nutrition.


From the host cell. They do not have a metabolism outside of the cell


goog nutrition and excersice.


Nutrition is an important part of daily health.You will gain more nutrition from a fruit salad than you will from a McDonalds hamburger.


by means of viruses,, and also unhealthy nutrition..


Yeah, there is a lot of zinc an calcium.


What viruses do is they are not living, so they use the cell's life to 'reproduce'. They take all of the cell's nutrition and use that to multiply. Then the cell is dead, and the viruses go on to take over more cells.


First Answer:Viruses are different from living organisms because:Viruses need host cells to reproduce.The do not perform cellular respiration.Viruses also need no nutrition, minerals or food. They need nothing other than a host.Second Answer:Viruses ARE living organisms.


This is not how nutrition works. Where you gain weight... if you gain weight... has more to do with heredity than with what specific foods you eat.


Hackers use viruses to gain information about people they infect the virus with. This includes valuable pictures, contacts, and more.


Bacteria take glucose through food or photosynthesis.Virus do not get glucose.


VIruses can only reproduce. They can not respire, excrete, nutrition, grow, they don't have sensetivity either. Remember: viruses still are living things because they have genes in them.:) hope it helped. thanks! :P


I found Lindberg Nutrition Pink Pack caused me and two friends to gain weight. In fat or in muscle?


Yes, this is true, some viruses have a membranous envelope surrounding their protein coat, and the envelope helps the viruses gain entry into the host cells.


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You have to balance your nutrition or you will gain weight or lose too much it is a healthier lifestyle to balance out your meal a watch the intake of calories you consume a day.


Usually what stops weight gain in a pregnancy is that your baby is not getting anymore nutrition causing it not to grow anymore.


It provides nutrition to the plants, the plants provide food for the animal part of the chain, animals eat the plants (that includes humans) and gain nutrition.


The Kingdom Monera is comprised of single celled bacteria and other single celled organisms. These organisms gain nutrition from small sugars such as glucose.


A virus uses the metabolism of its host cell for its reproductive needs. Viruses need no nutrition themselves, as they are not living organisms.


Neither. They simply enter cells and reproduce, they do not need nutrition. This is one reason they are not considered truly alive.


Unicellular organisms generally use osmosis to gain water.


The best nutritional drinks if you don't gain weight is Boost or Ensure. Both of these drinks have nutrients to help you gain weight and get the calories and vitamins that the body needs.


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