Physics, asked by danisa5211, 10 days ago

Give a breif account of virus with respect to their structure and nature of genetic material . Also name four common viral diseases

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Answered by Shruti1220
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Viruses are sub-microscopic, infectious, nucleoprotein particles that can infect all living organisms. A virus consists of genetic material either in the form of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein coat.

  • smallpox.
  • the common cold and different types of flu.
  • measles, mumps, rubella, chicken pox, and shingles.
  • hepatitis.

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Answered by atharvakapgate0464
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Viruses are sub-microscopic infectious agents that can infect all living organisms. A virus consists of genetic material surrounded by a protein coat. The genetic material may be present in the form of DNA or RNA.

Most of the viruses, infecting plants, have single stranded RNA as genetic material. On the other hand, the viruses infecting animals have single or double stranded RNA or double stranded DNA.

Bacteriophages or viruses infecting bacteria mostly have double stranded DNA. Their protein coat called capsid is made up of capsomere subunits. These capsomeres are arranged in helical or polyhedral geometric forms.

A.I.D.S, small pox, mumps, and influenza are some common examples of viral diseases.

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