Munachi Hugh Mbaezue Biology Review Answers.


The correct answer is D. The answer B is not correct because a Scientific Theory Is an explanation for related observations based on supported hypothesis from different independent lines.

5 The correct answer is B and the answer A is wrong because the control group does not get the treatment. 7 The correct answer is A &C. The answer E was wrong because it is not used to prove a scientific theory 8 The correct answer is E and D is wrong because a virus will destroy your cells and replace it with new copies of itself. 12 The correct answer is C. The answer A was wrong because a scientific theory is a fact not a scientific hypothesis. 21 The answer is C. The answer B is wrong because that information has not been proven to be true or scientifically supported. 24 The Correct answer is D. the answer B is wrong because it is a scientific hypothesis a possible explanation for something that occurred.

The 12 things about viruses.

1 Viruses are not alive: They do not have cells, they cannot turn food into energy, and without a host they are just inert packets of chemicals. 2 Viruses are not exactly dead, either: They have genes, they reproduce, and they evolve through natural selection. 3 Viruses are already known to infect animals, plants, fungi, protozoa, archaea, and bacteria. Sputnik an suggest that they can infect other viruses, too. 4 A virus called HTLV, which has coevolved with humans for thousands of years, is being used to uncover prehistoric migration patterns. 5 Viruses do not have a membrane as all other cells do, and rely on host cells to survive.

6 A virus may lie dormant for many years. an amazing thing happens. . but uncommon in plant viruses. when it comes in contact with a suitable living cell. too 9 Other viruses. yet. such as the virus that causes rabies. 10 A lipid -containing envelope is a common feature of animal viruses. and they’re constantly changing 8 Plants get viruses. 11 Some viruses have compound structures 12 The head of the T4 bacterial virus (bacteriophage) is icosahedral and is attached via a collar to a contractile. are helical (rod shaped). The tiny virus particle 'hijacks' the host cell and 'forces' it to make hundreds of copies of itself 7 There are hundreds of different kinds of viruses.

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