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published on December 14, 201128 responses 2 4.2★ / 5

Viruses are considered to be...

Living
Non-Living

All viruses have two basic parts...

Outer coat, Psuedopods
Outer coat, Inner core
Inner Core, Epidurmis

Virus

Aliving particle that invades a cell and reproduces
A nonliving food particle that invades an animal and reproduces
A nonliving particle that invades a cell and reproduces

Host

Organism that provides a source of weakness or a suitable enviorment
Organism that provides a source of energy or a suitable enviorment
Organism that provides a source of energy or a more unsuitable enviorment

Bacteriophage

A virus that infects plants only
A cell that infects bacteria
A virus that infects bacteria

Beacteria are...

cytoplasms
prokaryotes
edospores

Prokaryotes

Organisms that dont have nucleus
Organisms that dont have epidermis
Organisms that dont have organisms

Ctytoplasm

The region of a cell located inside the cell eukaryote
The region of a cell located inside the cell membrane
The region of a cell located inside the cell nucleus

Eukaryote

An organism that has no nuclei
An organism that has a nuclei

Parasite

Organism that harms host
Organism that is found in nuclei
Organism that help the host

Infectious bacteria can be spreaded by...

Select the four correct answers
infected person
clean object
infected animal
clean toilet
contaminated object
enviormental source

There is a cure for viral diseases

Yes
No

Bacterial diseases can't be cured

True
False

Bacterial diseases can be cured with

Candy
Antibiotics
Viruses

Difference between viruses and bacteria

Virus: nonliving and Bacteria: unknown
Virus: living and Bacteria: nonliving
Virus: nonliving and Bacteria: Living

Cutopod

Part of a plant
Part of an amoeba
Part of a living animal

What is there similarity (Between virus and bacteria)

Cause infectous health
Cause harmless disease
Cause infectous disease

Flagellum

Tail-like structure that propells itself
Legs that walk to transport
Cause infectous diseasees

Red tides

Algael bloom that dies in water
Algael bloom that occurs in salt water
Algael bloom that occurs in fresh water