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Most of the antibiotics have no effect on viruses as

A. they kill all bacteria which form host of viruses

B. viruses have no metabolism of their own

C. viruses form endospores

D. viruses are too small in size

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  8. Which of the following is devoid of protein coat, with a constitution of RNA only ?
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  19. The virus DNA which is incorporated into bacterial DNA is termed as
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  21. Virus which attacks E.coli is called
  22. Which of the following is a viral disease of potato ?
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  24. Viruses with two types of symmetry, U. icosahedral head and helical tail are called
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  27. Most of the antibiotics have no effect on viruses as
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  29. Edward Jenner discovered
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