Biological Science: Virus In accordance with the traditional view viruses are not organisms as organisms are comprised of cells and unlike the cells, viruses bear only one type of nucleic acid, either DNA or RNA. Again, if we trace back to the discovery of viruses, we learn that viruses assimilate to their virions which are capsid encoding organisms. However, there are DNA viruses present that possess both RNA (messenger RNA) and DNA. This wro…
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