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A lytic virus will destroy its' host cell at the end of the lytic cycle.

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when a virus enters a cell and is active, it cause the host cell to make new viruses, which destroy the host cell.


an active virus enters a cell and is active it causes the host cell to make new viruses, which destroy the host cell. a latent viruses is some viruses may be latent viruses. a latent virus enters a cell and its hereditary material may become part of the cell's hereditary materials.


It has to have a host cell that way the virus can multiply in the cell and destroy it. After it destroys that cell it can go to another one and destroy it.


lysogenic cycle is the answer .... because the lytic cycle does destroy the host cell of the virus?


Any virus that is not modifying a cells behavior is considered dormant; it may be in a cell but not active, or outside a cell (where it can't be active).


You do not categorize virus into hidden or active category. That way, every virus is hidden inside the cell. It can not grow outside the cell. Every virus is active. Otherwise it would have disappeared from the race of life. It is very interesting to know about the virus. Now you study it. Tomorrow the world will learn from you.


Active Viruses: When a virus enters a cell and it is active it causes the host cell to make new viruses


because afteer entering a cell an active virus immeddinately goes into action.


The lytic cycle does destroy the host cell, the cycle that cell takes depends on the metabolic condition of the cell.


When a virus enters a cell and is active, it causes the host cell to make new viruses, this process destroys active virus functions inside a cell.....it like 'tricks' the host cell that it's one of the cells


it attaches to the host cell


The " hidden " virus is called a provirus and it insets it's genetic material into the genome of the invaded cell so that the cell copies itself many times and copies the virus also. An active virus just invades and hijacks the cell immediately to reproduce the virus. The " hidden " type of virus does come out after a time and acts like a active virus then Google lytic cycle and lysoginy.


The virus attaches to the host cell, it takes over the functions of the host cell, and it eventually destroys it. If there was no host cell, the virus would die.


An "active virus" is when a virus enters a cell and is active, it causes the host cell to make new viruses. This process destroys the host cell. The steps are first, the virus attach's to a host cell. Second, the virus's hereditary material enters the host cell. Third, the virus's hereditary material causes the cell to make viral hereditary material and proteins. Fourth, new viruses from inside the host cell. Fifth, new viruses are released as the host cell bursts open and is destroyed. There are five steps on how a active virus functions inside a cell.



the virus needs a host cell. it invades the cell, and then makes the cell make more viruses, and then they burst out and destroy the cell that they came from, and they invade more cells, and its just one big chain. Then it starts to destroy the T cells


the virus is active when they are inside living things (host cell)


A virus the immediately takes over a cell's functions is an active virus. An active virus causes the host cell to make new viruses, destroying the host cell.


It is actually the other way around. A virus destroys a host cell after it has make the replicants of the virus. The cell will split open (lyse) when full of new virions which then get released to infect other cells. Our immune systems can "destroy" a virus in a cell, but the cell itself does not do that. The immune system makes antibodies that fit the virus perfectly to block the way it would have attached to the cell to infect it. The antibody attaches to the virus to prevent its ability to attach to a cell. See the related question below about the lytic cycle for more details about virus "reproduction".


An active virus, like all viruses has to "hijack" a host cell's DNA and then that DNA makes virus parts instead of cell parts. When the cell is full of the virus parts, it ruptures and dies. The viruses find other cells and repeat the cycle.



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 does. 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.


B cells mark the virus or paracite as unknown the killer t cells attack and destroy the virus.


NO A cell has a cell wall that is active in water/nutrient/waste transportation. A virus has a protein jacket that's sole function is to protect the internal DNA/RNA.


A virus has glycoprotein antigen molecules on its surface that bind to surface protein and/or glycoprotein molecules on the cell. Once the virus has thereby attached itself to the surface of the cell it injects its nucleic acid molecule into the cell, which then takes over the cell forcing it to make millions of copies of the virus. When the cell fills with virus particles it bursts and dies.



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