How Do Viruses Reproduce?

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Viruses reproduce by taking over the reproduction mechanism of a host cell. Once a virus gets inside a cell, it takes over and makes hundreds of thousands of copies of itself.
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How Do Viruses Reproduce?
A virus is microscopic living matter that relies on a host to reproduce and survive. The virus will cause physical effects that result in the diseases that affect us daily throughout the world. Since the makeup of a virus is so simple in its makeup, it... More »
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