Virus is a.............................. stage between living and non-living.

A. balanced

B. threshold

C. transitional

D. none of these

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  1. Rabies is caused by
  2. Virus was crystallized and isolated first by
  3. One of the following discovered synthesis of DNA from RNA in Roux Sarcoma Virus
  4. A bacteriophage and a yeast cell are similar in that, both
  5. Viruses differ from living organisms in that, they
  6. The disease in man caused by viruses is
  7. Dahlia mosaic virus contains
  8. Most of the antibiotics have no effect on viruses as
  9. Transduction was discovered by
  10. Which of the following is an example of DNA containing plant virus ?
  11. Where is the protein for protein coat of virus synthesized ?
  12. Which of the following is devoid of protein coat, with a constitution of RNA only ?
  13. The term 'Virus' has been derived from a Latin word meaning
  14. Viruses with two types of symmetry, U. icosahedral head and helical tail are called
  15. Viruses were discovered by
  16. An antiviral substance produced by many vertebrates in response to viral In. fection for resisting the…
  17. The virus DNA which is incorporated into bacterial DNA is termed as
  18. Viruses are defined as
  19. Little leaf disease of brinjal is caused by
  20. One of the interesting features of viruses is that they
  21. A stage in the replication of virus, when the cell wall of host is ruptured is known as
  22. Virus is a.............................. stage between living and non-living.
  23. Which of the following is a Capsid ?
  24. A virus contains
  25. Viral DNA incorporated in host DNA is known as
  26. Which of the following phenomenon is absent in virus ?
  27. The smallest virus has a size of
  28. Viruses are believed to be
  29. A clear /.one lot uwhI in bacterial < olon due to viral action is railed
  30. The exception to the cell theory of Schleiden and Schwann are