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Discussion Forum : Biology - Section 1 (Q.No. 59)
59.
Outer covering of virus made up of protein is
capsid
coat
virion
viriod
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Mustafa said:   5 years ago
RNA or DNA are enclosed with a protein coat.

Amit said:   5 years ago
1) capsid:- outer covering of virus.
2) coat
3) virion:-also called virus.
4) viriod:-smallest infections pathogens.

Firdous said:   7 years ago
It is a type of layer.

Deepak kumar said:   7 years ago
Which is called DNA?

Khugi sinha said:   9 years ago
We also call it protein coat.

Anchal jadiya said:   10 years ago
Capsid consist of a several oligomeric structural subunit called protomer. Capsid as a envelope of virus.

Shreyashi dey said:   1 decade ago
Viruses are nothing but a DNA/RNA bearing vesicle which is made up of protein which facilitates in protecting the genetic material (DNA/RNA) and their transfer to a suitable host. All the mechanism needed to do the transfer process is fulfilled by the protein outer coating which is called capsid.

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