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1.13: Viruses

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AIDS

Acquired immune deficiency syndrome, which is a fatal condition, unless treated with proper medications, caused by the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

ATP

Adenosine triphosphate; a usable form of energy inside the cell.

cell

Basic unit of structure and function of a living organism; the basic unit of life.

enzyme

Protein that speeds up chemical reactions.

evolution

Process in which something passes to a different stage, such as a living organism turning into a more advanced or mature organism; the change of the inherited traits of a group of organisms over many generations.

genetic material

DNA and RNA

homeostasis

Maintaining a stable internal environment.

host cell

Cell infected by a virus.

replicate

To make a copy of, as in viral replication or DNA replication.

ribosome

Cell structure on which proteins are made; not surrounded by a membrane; found in both prokaryotic and eukaryotic cells.

virus

Non-living particle consisting of RNA or DNA surrounded by a protein coat.

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