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O que é uma parte do vírus 3

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    Ahmed Y.
    EG
    Ahmed Y.

    Virology is the study of viruses and virus-like agents: their structure, classification and evolution, and methods to exploit and infect the cells for virus reproduction, and diseases caused by, techniques for the isolation, culture, and their use in research and treatment. Virology is often considered a part of microbiology or pathology. Major branch of Virology classification of viruses. Can be classified according to the host cell to infect viruses: viruses of animals and plants viruses Bactareoffadjiys fungal viruses (viruses, bacteria infection, which include more complex viruses). Last classification uses geometric shape their capsid (often of a snail or Aakosahidron) or the structure of this virus (such as the presence or absence of a lipid envelope). A group of viruses in size from about 30 NM to about 450 north of the Mediterranean, which means that it can not be seen mostly with light microscopes. She studied the shape and structure of viruses and electron microscopic magnetic resonance spectroscopy and X-ray crystallography. And characterize the classification system the most useful and the most commonly used viruses depending on the type of nucleic acids such as materials that they use genetic and viral replication method employed to win over host cells to produce more viruses: DNA viruses (viruses division stranded DNA and double stranded DNA viruses, and one much less common), RNA viruses (divided into a positive feeling and a single stranded RNA viruses and RNA viruses stranded one negative feeling and double-stranded RNA viruses are much less common), Unlike viruses Tranckrebing (Reverse Transcription double stranded DNA viruses and stranded one copy unlike RNA viruses, including molecular). In addition to the study conducted by also '' particles Sopfiral '', even the smallest of infectious virus entities: Verweids (naked circular RNA molecules injury plants) and satellite (nucleic acid molecules with or without capsid that require the presence of a virus Assistant injury and reproduction) prions (proteins that can be found in the formation of a satisfactory that seduces other prion molecules to assume that the formation itself). Another report prepared by the "International Committee" for "classification of viruses" (2005) lists the viruses 5450, organized in more than two thousand species and strain 287.73 family and orders 3. Not necessarily monophyletic taxonomic in virology. In fact, the evolutionary relationships of the various groups, the virus is still not clear, and the presence of the three hypotheses with regard to its source: These viruses originated from non-living matter, separate from and in parallel, to other forms of life, perhaps in the form of Sylvrabrodocnj Rabosemes RNA-like Verweids. Viruses that originated in the earlier, more competent cellular life forms that have become parasites to host cells and most of the lost jobs each; examples of such a state, women with small parasitic mycoplasma and Nanoartchaya. Viruses originated as parts of the genome of the cells, and most likely plasmids or plasmids, which have gained the ability to break "free" from the host cell and infect other cells. Of course, it is possible that the application of different alternatives for different combinations of the virus. Here is a particularly important Maimiveros giant virus that infects amoebae and carries a lot of molecular machines traditionally associated bacteria. Is it a simplified version of Brocarioti parasitic, or they come simplest virus acquired genes from its host? Is the study of the evolution of viruses, which often occur in concert with the evolution of their hosts, in the field of viral evolution. While viruses reproduce and evolve, they do not engage in the metabolism and rely on the host cell to multiply. And often discussed whether they were alive or not issue a matter of definition, which does not affect the reality of biological viruses. Further Reading

    Ravi M.
    TT
    Ravi M.

    Viruses require a host to replicate and can mutate into virulent forms that manifest as life threatening diseases.

    Kay F.
    GB
    Kay F.

    Viruses require a host to replicate and can mutate into virulent forms that manifest as life threatening diseases.

    Kay F.
    GB
    Kay F.

    What's the difference between bacteria and viruses?

    Lameko A.
    WS
    Lameko A.

    What is a virus?

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