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16 April, 00:38

11. Viruses come in many different structures. What would these different virus

structures likely have in common? What might be different?

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  1. 16 April, 01:29
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    All of these viruses would still have genetic material, either in the form of DNA or RNA. They also would have a protein coat known as a capsid. However, some of these viruses may have an envelope in addition, which covers the capsid (such as the influenza virus). Some of these viruses could also package enzymes within them.
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