What are some harmful viruses?
- Influenza virus (flu)
- rhinovirus (common cold)
- human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)
Well, if you consider a cell a living organism, then yes. A virus is a living organism because, like cells, they usually regulate in your body. On a certain basis, viruses can be extremely harmful, causing sickness among its host. Otherwise, viruses are injected inside a host(viruses are already dead) to help prevent illness and create an immunity.
Amphibians, arthropods, bacteria, birds, fungi, invasive plants, mammals, reptiles, viruses, and weeds are examples of the different garden pests. Some of the above-mentioned organisms become pests only at certain times and under specific circumstances, such as in the case of beneficial insects that pollinate and harmful insects that overeat and transmit viruses.
an email virus is simply put, a virus that you get through your email. you can get emails from different ways, such as visiting harmfull sites, or downloading harmful applications. as such, you can get viruses from downloading attachments in emails, or in some cases ive heard, from even just viewing the email. your best bet is to not even view emails that sund like they might be bad.
A virus, which is the simplest form of a genetic entity, is incapable of life and reproduction outside the cells of other living organisms. A virus contains genetic material (DNA or RNA) but has no ribosomes. Although some viruses are not harmful, many harm their host organism by destroying or altering its cell structures. Generally, the body perceives viruses as antigens and produces antibodies to counteract the virus. Bacteria are organisms with a full cellular…
Viruses are different from bacteria in an enormous number of ways: Firstly, bacteria are cells and viruses are not. Viruses are composed of genetic information encapsulated in a protein coat. Secondly bacteria can usually reproduce on their own, whereas viruses (with some possible exceptions) must hijack the genetic machinery of other organisms in order to create more copies of themselves. Bacteria perform respiration (or photosynthesis) and exhibit growth, whereas viruses are made of preformed components…