How does a DNA virus reproduce its host genome?


How does a DNA virus reproduce its host genome?


Genomes are collections of nucleic acid that store an organism's biological information. Small changes to an organism's genome can have very large effects on the organism's ability to reproduce.

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DNA viruses do not reproduce the genomes of their host. They can only reproduce their own genomes and they need the cellular machinery of their host...

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Lytic Cycle of a Virus: Definition & Steps


Chapter 19 / Lesson 7

The lytic cycle is considered the main method of virus reproduction. Learn about its mechanism and the lytic pathway. Understand the interaction between the virus and host cell.

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