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25 August, 01:45

1. A unicellular organism with no nucleus is a 2. The type of infection in which a virus does not immediately start replicating itself, but inserts a piece of DNA into the host cell's genome which becomes activated at a later date is called a

3. A spiral or corkscrew-shaped prokaryote is called

4. The thick internal wall that can enclose a prokaryote's DNA and some cytoplasm when conditions are unfavorable is called a

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  1. 25 August, 02:24
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    1. A unicellular organism with no nucleus is a Prokaryotes.

    2. The type of infection in which a virus does not immediately start replicating itself, but inserts a piece of DNA into the host cell’s genome which becomes activated at a later date is called a Lysogenic infection

    3. A spiral or corkscrew-shaped prokaryote is called Spirillum

    4. The thick internal wall that can enclose a prokaryote’s DNA and some cytoplasm when conditions are unfavorable is called a Endospore
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