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How is the virus reproduced during the lysogenic cycle? A. through reproduction of the host cell B. by using viral enzymes to reproduce viral DNA C. by using the cell's enzymes to reproduce viral DNA D. by breaking the cell open and releasing new viruses
Weegy: The virus is reproduced during the lysogenic cycle: through reproduction of the host cell. (More)
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Viruses that reproduce almost immediately after coming into contact with a host cell use which viral reproductive cycle? A. lytic cycle B. infectious cycle C. lysogenic cycle D. temperate cycle
Weegy: a. lytic cycle :) do you have anymore question :) User: Viruses and bacteria are both microscopic and can both cause disease. Viruses differ from bacteria in that all viruses A. cause insect transmitted diseases. B. can be destroyed by antibiotics. C. have cell walls. D. need a living host cell to reproduce. Weegy: D. Need a living host cell to reproduce. (More)
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Viruses that lie dormant in host cells until ready to multiply use which viral reproductive cycle? A. lytic cycle B. infectious cycle C. lysogenic cycle D. temperate cycle
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@Mishashule- Please remember to always answer in complete sentences.
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Viruses that reproduce almost immediately after coming into contact with a host cell use which viral reproductive cycle? A. lytic cycle B. infectious cycle C. lysogenic cycle D. temperate cycle
Weegy: Viruses that reproduce almost immediately after coming into contact with a host cell use the LYTIC cycle. User: The viral reproductive cycle in which a virus infects a cell makes many copies of itself and destroys the cell is the A. viroid cycle. B. lytic cycle. C. lysogenic cycle. D. prion cycle. (More)
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The viral reproductive cycle in which a virus infects a cell, makes many copies of itself, and destroys the cell is the LYTIC cycle.
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