Viruses are no more ‘alive’ than isolated chromosomes because

Viruses Are No More Alive Than Isolated Chromosomes Because Biology Question

Viruses are no more ‘alive’ than isolated chromosomes because

Options

(a) both require the environment of a cell to replicate
(b) they require both RNA and DNA
(c) they both need food molecules
(d) they both require oxygen for respiration

Correct Answer:

both require the environment of a cell to replicate

Explanation:

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Topics: Diversity In Living World (342)
Subject: Biology (4113)

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