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Animal viruses have different reproductive cycles
However, almost all vertebrates are susceptible to viral infections.
Such infections are common in invertebrates.
Arthropods (a group of insects and crustaceans).

Arboviruses (abbreviated “arthropod-spreading viruses”) are a group of viruses that spread to vertebrates.
an insect bite. Although they are carried into arthropod host cells, arboviruses do not apparently affect them there.
serious host; They only affect the bitten and infected organism. The arthropod acts as a vector – an intermediate carrier – by transferring the diseased organism from the host.
One more thing.

Animal viruses are different. some small particles
Containing proteins around a nucleic acid. of the rest
A membrane derived from the plasma membrane of the host cell and they are called viral envelopes. some animal viruses.

DNA as their genetic material; Others have RNA. I
In most cases, the virus gene is small, encrypting only a few
Protein.

light cycle of animal viruses similar to bacteriophage
Can be divided into early and late stages. Animal viruses enter cells in one of three ways:

 

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