What does a host cell provide for a virus? *

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O A source of thermal energy.
O Protection from the environment.
O Mechanisms for genetic replication.
O Large molecules as a food source.

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C

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Linda Ratke
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Large molecules as a food source

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When it comes into contact with a host cell, a virus can insert its genetic material into its host, literally taking over the host's functions. An infected cell produces more viral protein and genetic material instead of its usual products.

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Jared Eichmann
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