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VIROLOGy: TERMS AND ETyMOLOGy
DNA thread of bacteria and their viruses». Fifth, to the terms should be given a definition in agreement with their literal meaning and etymology.
KIZHANELLI ORIGIN AND BOTANICAL TRAITS Botanical Name
ORIGIN AND BOTANICAL TRAITS. Botanical Name: Phyllanthus blocks DNA polymerase, the enzyme needed for the Hepatitis B virus to reproduce.
Emerging influenza A/H1N1: Challenges and development
caused by influenza A virus, but can infect humans also. Inspite of swine origin, the cur- rent H1N1 viral strain is circulating among humans. 4.
A Contagious Living Fluid
It is worthwhile pointing towards the etymology of the word virus, which, according to dictionaries means 'venom' or 'poison' in Latin, derived from the Greek ios.
Etymology of the Term M {copla
name, we would like to discuss the origin of the term and how it origin: “. . .

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Virus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Etymology. The word is from the Latin virus referring to poison and other noxious substances, first used in English in 1392.
Plural form of words ending in -us - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The English plural of virus is viruses, not viri.
virus - Online Etymology Dictionary
The Online Etymology Dictionary late 14c., "venomous substance," from L.
virus - Wiktionary
Etymology. From Latin virus (“poison, slime, venom”).
The Science and Etymology of H1N1 Virus, page 1
The Science and Etymology of H1N1 Virus, page 1. privacy. Pages: ATS Members have flagged this thread 3 times.

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