• anonymous
What are the differences between bacteria and viruses?
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  • TranceNova
Well the main part is that one is living and the other isn't! Viruses are "particles" while bacteria are made of cells, check this table out: :)
  • Carniel
What he is trying to say is Viruses need Host to survive. There dead indeed and cant be cured unless with a vacine. Bacteria are alive and can be caught through many things. You can get rid of Bacteria easly with a antibiotic. If you have anymore questions ask me. :)
  • anonymous
bacteria can be treated with antibiotics but viruses can't and bacteria can be able to conjugate but viruses can't.HIV is a virus disease.

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