Viruses are said to be

Options :
  1. Acellular
  2. unicellular
  3. multicellular
  4. none of these

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Answer: Option 4


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By: Ashraf On: May/18/2016

Viruses are acellular organisms because they do not have a proper membrane bound organisation and other cell organelles. they are made up of nucleic acids (DNA/RNA) and have a protein coat like TMV. Besides they are dead until they are outside the host but become living only after coming in contact with the living protoplasm where they use the machinery of host for their replication and reproduction.

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