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Viruses are strands of nucleic acid that are encased within a protein coat, but no virus grows or replicates on its own. They are fragments of either DNA or RNA, but not both, that have become detached from the genomes of bacteria or eukaryotes. They have the ability to replicate within cells. They are non-living and are not considered organisms. Virus particles contain enzymes for ____




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I confused on that, yes! the virus are had an ability to replicate within the my own, the viruses lack the enzymes for metabolism and the ribosomes for protein synthesis...:)