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Q: How does mump virus infect its host?
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Why the virus host doesn't infect itself?

Cause they love themselves .


Which structure has the least effect on the ability of a virus to infect and replicate in a host cell?

Ribosome


How does the structure of a virus help it survive?

The capsid of the cell helps the virus to infect host cells as well as multiply quickly.


What might be an effect of a mutation in a virus?

Most of the time, a mutation in a virus results in better ability to infect a host cell and more resistance to the host cell's defenses.


Does the mump virus go through the lysogenic cycle or lytic cycle?

mexicans


What type of self-replication program uses a scripting engine to attack and infect a host file?

macro-virus


This type of self-replicating program uses a script engine to attack and infect a host file?

Macro-virus


What is the function of a virus?

Viruses are malicious software (malware) in which their sole purpose is to replicate and infect non-infected computers. Their are many mediums to which a virus can infect a computer, most commonly through the internet and email attachments. When viruses infect a computer, it attaches itself to a "host" file (hence the name virus because it acts like a real world virus). Next, it injects its code into the host file so that whenever that infected file is run, the virus executes first and then the actual file starts. The "payload" is the official term to the effects a computer virus has on a PC.


What virus infect bacteria?

Bacteriophage is the virus that infects bacteria


How do you describe the reproduction of polio in the body?

Polio virus can infect only human being. Like other viruses, polio virus infect the cells. After getting attached to the cell, the virus genome is inserted into the cell body. The genetic material of the host is broken into small fragments and assembled as per the genome of the polio virus. Multiple such copies are formed and then released in the body to infect the new cells.


What is the primary function of a virus?

Viruses are malicious software (malware) in which their sole purpose is to replicate and infect non-infected computers. Their are many mediums to which a virus can infect a computer, most commonly through the Internet and email attachments. When viruses infect a computer, it attaches itself to a "host" file (hence the name virus because it acts like a real world virus). Next, it injects its code into the host file so that whenever that infected file is run, the virus executes first and then the actual file starts. The "payload" is the official term to the effects a computer virus has on a PC.


What factors need to be present for infection to occur?

a pathogen (bacteria, virus, or other infecting agent), opportunity (a way in/on/out), and a host (for it to infect)