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Which of the following lists the steps of HIV replication in the correct order? a. integration -> attachment to CD4 cells -> reverse transcription attachment to CD4 cells -> integration -> reverse
transcription c. attachment to CD4 cells -> reverse transcription -> integration b. attachment to CD4 cells -> integration -> reverse transcription d. reverse transcription -> attachment to CD4 cells -> integration
b. attachment to CD4 cells -> integration -> reverse transcription
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User: Which of the following lists the steps of HIV replication in the correct order? a. integration -> attachment to CD4 cells -> reverse transcription attachment to CD4 cells -> integration -> reverse transcription c. attachment to CD4 cells -> reverse transcription -> integration b. attachment to CD4 cells -> integration -> reverse transcription d. reverse transcription -> attachment to CD4 cells -> integration

Weegy: b. attachment to CD4 cells -> integration -> reverse transcription
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User: A pathogen can be best described as __________. a. a nonliving infectious particle with contains nucleic acid and a protein coat c. a virus or other substance that causes disease b. an infectious particle that consist of only protein d. a virus that infects only bacteria

Weegy: A pathogen can be best described as a virus or other substance that causes disease.
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User: True or false It is safe to swim in pathogen-contaminated water as long as you do not swallow any of the water.

Weegy: False
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