What represents a difference between viruses and viroids?
Viruses have capsids composed of protein, whereas viroids have no capsids.
Viroids differ from viruses in that the former lack
Viroids have no protein coat (capsid); they only have genetic material which is RNA.
viruses and viroids.
Viroids are plant pathogens that consist of a short stretch (a few hundred nucleobases) of highly complementary, circular, single-stranded RNA wthout the protein coat that is typical for viruses. The smallest discovered is a 220 nucleobase scRNA (small cytoplasmic RNA) associated with the rice yellow mottle sobemovirus (RYMV). In comparison, the genome of the smallest known viruses capable of causing an infection by themselves are around 2 kilobases in size. The human pathogen hepatitis D… Read More
False. Prions and viroids are the smallest infectious agents. Prions are infectious protein particles, and viroids are infectious strands of RNA. Viroids differ from viruses in that they are ONLY a strand of RNA. Viruses have a protein coat protecting the nucleic acid molecule and some even have a lipid layer over that.
rna viruses are unstable and uncontrollable
Pathogens, such as Bacteria, Viruses, Prions, Viroids, etc.
Viruses destroy computers,BUT Anti-Viruses destroy viruses.
I think currently the smallest living organisms are thought to be "viroids", which are smaller than viruses. Scientists are still figuring out exactly what viroids are, and do, but they are able to replicate, which means they are life.
The difference is that viruses are smaller than bacteria. One more major difference is that bacteria are living things whereas viruses are non living things.
Which is a difference between bacteria and viruses that shows bacteria are living organisms and viruses not?
I believe that is what biologists call "viroids", which are much smaller than viruses, and as of yet are not completely understood. but if your asking for the answer for your homework and its not "viroids" its definitely "microbes" your welcome 100% on my tests ;)
Viroids are plant pathogens that consist of a short stretch (a few hundred nucleobases) of highly complementary, circular, single-stranded RNA wthout the protein coat that is typical for viruses. The smallest discovered is a 220 nucleobase sc RNA (small cytoplasmic RNA) associated with the rice yellow mottle sobemovirus (RYMV). In comparison, the genome of the smallest known viruses capable of causing an infection by themselves are around 2 kilobases in size. The human pathogen hepatitis… Read More
I) Prions II) Viroids III) Viruses IV) Archaebacteria V) Eubacteria, and VI) The Protists.
What difference between bacteria and viruses shows that bacteria are living organsims and viruses are not?
Bacteria are cellular while viruses are non cellular .
Go to www.trendmicro.com. There is a tutorial that explains what worms, trojans, viruses, spyware are.
Bacteria are made of cells.
Which is difference between bacteria and viruses that shows that bacteria are living organisms and viruses are not?
Bacterias are made of cells
What difference between bacteria and viruses show that bacteria are living organisms and viruses are not?
bacterias are made of cell
Enveloped viruses have a phospholipid membrane outside their capsid, whereas nonenveloped viruses do not.
What is a difference between bacteria and viruses that shows that bacteria are living organisms and viruses are not?
Bateria are made of cells APEX~:)
Which is difference between bacteria and viruses that shows that bacteria are living organisms and viruses not?
Viruses require a living organism to do anything - most especially to reproduce.
Unlike prions and viroids, viruses consist of two or three parts: all viruses have genes made from either DNA or RNA, long molecules that carry genetic information; all have a protein coat that protects these genes; and some have an envelope of fat that surrounds them when they are outside a cell. Viroids do not have a protein coat and prions contain no RNA or DNA. In short, just say that all viruses have a… Read More
I think its Viroids, Prions, and Bacteriophage. At least that's wut im learning right now
Latent viruses are dormant not causing disease, but they stay in the body. Sometimes these latent viruses reactivate at a later time.
There are more than five. They include bacteria, fungi, protozoa, worms (magaparasites), viruses, and even infectious, misshaped proteins called prions plus viroids which are circular bits of RNA. These viroids are the very smallest.
Type your answerthey are both viruses
They are different types of influenza viruses. Human "Swine flu" (H1N1/09) is caused by Type A viruses.
bacteria rickettsia unicellular fungi (e.g. yeasts) viruses but they have no cellular structure viroids prions (misfolded proteins)
Which is a difference between bacteria and viruses that shows that bacteria are living organisms and viruses are not-?
A bacteria is a unicellular microorganism while a virus is a submicroscopic particle.
The difference between them is Sinuses are caused by bacteria and colds are caused by viruses. Viruses are commonly minor in comparison to bacteria (which is what causes sinus problems). That is just a small comparison.
A virus cannot reproduce with out a host, while living cell can self-reproduce. Cells need nutrients but viruses do not. Cells metabolize but viruses do not.
-viruses and alive but bacteria is -viruses spread but dont multiply or change in your body, bacteria are alive and are often evolving -viruses cannot be treated, but bacteria can be eliminated with chemincals and anitbiotics
Viruses are replication parasites that can do nothing until they take over a living cell. Bacteria are living cells.
Which is the difference between bacteria and viruses that shows that bacteria are living organisms and viruses are not?
Only Bacteria can reproduce outside of a host.. Bacteria are made of cells
A Viroid is similar to a Virus, but is smaller and consists of only a strand of RNA, while a Virus is larger and can have either DNA or RNA strands.
Prions lack genetic material such as RNA or DNA
What difference between bacteria and viruses shows that bacteria are living organisms and viruses are not?
Only bacteria can reproduce outside a host +bacteria are not dependent on a host. -Apex
Anti-virals for viruses and antibiotic for bacterial conditions.
What is a difference between bacteria and virus that shows that bacteria are living organisms and viruses are not?
bacteria are made of cells
Some of the sore throats are due to strep and others are due to viruses.
Just like we humans can get the flu, plants can become infected by viruses or viroids. They seize control of the cells, making copies of themselves and spreading throughout the plant.
Monkeys, camels, diahria, shart, silent but deadly, OFWGKTA, why couldent anyone answer this question...??
viruses are non living and bacteria are living organisms
One is caused by bacteria and the other is caused by viruses. Only bacterial diseases can be successfully treated with antibiotics. Bacteria are alive, viruses are not. Viruses invade bacteria and take over their properties, including the ability to infect.
Bacteria and fungi are not classified under plants. Plants are their own separate entity.
the chicken pox and influenza are completely different viruses so they need different vaccinations to prevent them, in other words the difference between the two vaccinations is that they prevent different diseases
Virioids and Viruses are 'psuedo-living' entities, and cannot truly be called 'living creatures'. To be classified as 'alive', an organism needs to meet several criteria, like the ability to respond to stimuli, grow, develop, reproduce, etc. The only one of these characteristic viruses, viroids and prions share with living creatures, is the ability to repoduce. They are self-replicating pieces of DNA or RNA, sometimes covered with a coat of proteins, and do not show any… Read More
Viruses are the smallest and simplest life form known. They are 10 to 100 times smaller than bacteria. The biggest difference between viruses and bacteria is that viruses must have a living host + Viruses are in dispute whether they are living or non-living so You can go with bacteria but actually VIRUS
There are many things considered to microscopic microorganisms. The term organism means that these are alive so viruses, viroids and prions are not part of the group. That leaves bacteria of various sizes and shapes, protozoa and phytoplankton.