virus is smaller than bacteria bacteria may be useful but virus is fully harmful bacteria is living but virus is non living
Because the flu is caused by a virus and antibiotics, such as penicillin, are only effective treatments against bacteria.
virus that infect bacteria
DNA is not a virus or a bacteria
Definitely a virus.
Bacteriophage is the virus that infects bacteria
pneumonia is a virus caused by bacteria
Bacteria and virus
A virus that infects bacteria is called a bacteriophage.a bacteriophageA virus that attacks bacteria is called a "Bacteriophage"
Yes. Virus do infect bacteria. They are called bacteriophages. (bacteria eaters)
Bacteria. A virus is a non-living thing. Bacteria is a living thing.
Bacteria, fungi & virus
Bacteriophage is a type of virus that infects a bacteria.
A virus that attacks bacteria is called a "Bacteriophage"
it can be a bacteria or a virus depending on what kind of pneumonia it is
protist bacteria virus
no toxin is not a virus or bacteria .it is a bacterias waste.
A virus. Bacteriophage means " bacteria eater. "
A virus that infects bacteria is called a bacteriophage
the virus is the smallest, a bacteria is usally bigger than a virus and a fungi is usally bigger than a bacteria
You have to know the cause to know how to treat it. There are specific treatments that kill bacteria, and others that block the activity of viruses. Practically none of them work against BOTH viruses and bacteria.