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I am a nonliving particle I do not use energy to grow or respond to my surrounding I cannot make food, take in food, or produce wastes
I am a parasite, which means I live in my host and cause it harm. My host provides me with energy.
I come in a variety of shapes and sizes I am very tiny. In fact, I am so small you cannot see me with the microscopes you use here at school!
I am made up of two parts. An outer part made up of proteins… And an inter part made of genetic material
My greatest ability is my ability to multiply. I multiply quickly. I multiply by attaching to a cell, then I enter the cell and begin to take over the cell’s function.
Here is a picture of me…
WHAT AM I?
I AM A… VIRUS
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