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25 August, 06:46

What is the outside of the virus made of?



C. lipids

D. protein

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  1. 25 August, 07:18
    A virus is made up of remnants of cells in a living host (of animals, plants or bacteria), infecting cells and forcing them to reproduce at a fast rate, thousands of identical cells (same of the original virus). Viruses are microscopic and can either be single - or double - nucleic acid. They are enveloped with lipids or fatty materials and proteins. So outside of the virus contains lipids or a protein, that is letters C. and D. from the choices above.
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