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Lytic Cycle and Lysogenic Cycle.

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viruses do replication with their DND


Viruses use enzymes to destroy host cells after replication is complete.


DNA Viruses: "The genome replication of most DNA viruses takes place in the [host] cell's nucleus." RNA Viruses: "Replication usually takes place in the cytoplasm." Of course, some viruses will differ from these generalizations.


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There are two main methods of replication, mitosis and meiosis


viruses are non cellular , they have no sexual or asexual reproduction they reproduce by replication




Viral replication is the process of creating viruses. This can only occur once a virus has infected a cell - because viruses cannot replicate by themselves (they need to use a host cell).


They need a living cell. It is essential for replication.


No- they hijack the host's replication in order to reproduce.


Directly, viruses mostly contain RNA used for replication in the host cell.


The viruses need a host to reproduce. Once they are inside the cells of a host, they can begin the process of replication.


I believe, exogenous virus exist as: "replication competent viruses that are transmitted horizontally in mice, while endogenous viruses exist as germline sequences that are usually not replication competent by may recombine with exogenous viruses during the course of infection." This would refer to exogenous retroviruses.


Viruses are infectious agents that replicates only within the presence of host cell. There are two main types of viruses based on their nucleic acid as a genetic material- RNA Viruses and DNA Viruses. RNA viruses have RNA (ribonucleic acid) as their genetic material and are usually single stranded, whereas, DNA Viruses have DNA (deoxyribo nucleic acid) as their nucleic acid and are usually double stranded. RNA Viruses mutates faster than DNA Viruses. DNA replication occurs in nucleus while RNA replication occurs in cytoplasm. Examples of DNA Viruses are small pox, herpes, etc. Examples of RNA Viruses are measles, influenza, mumps, etc.


Self replication, metabolism, nutrient uptake and excretion, are all absent in viruses


Replication between two sites is known as Intersite Replication. Since bandwidth two different sites is usually very limited, so intersite replication is used to manage and control replication traffic.


Viruses can not replicate without a living host cell. This is one reason that they are not considered to be alive.


The only way viruses can replicate ("reproduce") is to take over the cells of a living host.


Viruses are replication parasites that can do nothing until they take over a living cell. Bacteria are living cells.


Actually viruses don't reproduce, but "replicate". It's sort of a cloning process. They use either the process of the Lytic Cycle for replication or they use replication without lysis with a process known as "Budding".


The lysogynistic cycle where they insert their DNA/RNA into the hosts genetic material for many rounds of their own replication along with the hosts replication.


Viruses, because they rely on host cells for their replication.



DNA replication produces two copies of the DNA.



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