Why does viruses have parasites?
Viruses do not have parasites....viruses are not living while parasites feed on living hosts. A virus behaves like a parasite as viruses need a living host to reproduce, but viruses can not have parasites
This is from wikipedia: In medicine, only eukaryotic organisms are considered parasites, with the exclusion of bacteria and viruses. Some branches of biology, however, regard members of these groups (bacteria,viruses) as parasitic. So some people regard viruses as parasites some don't. They are probably considered parasites because a parasite benefits at the expense of the host.
Stomach flu is caused by bacteria, viruses and certain parasites. The bacteria, viruses and parasites can be found in soil, wild and pet animals including birds, and humans. The stomach flu occurs when the germs enter the stomach. Germs that cause the stomach flu usually enter the stomach by mouth Stomach flu is caused by bacteria, viruses and certain parasites. The bacteria, viruses and parasites can be found in soil, wild and pet animals including…
Bacteria, fungi, insects, nematodes, plants, and viruses are parasites of trees. Canker and fire blight; anthracnose and root rot; and mosaic, necrosis, and ringspot are respective examples of bacterial, fungal and viral parasites. Examples of plant parasites include broomrape, dodder, mistletoe, and yellow rattle.