Q. 54.6( 13 Votes )

Why does viruses form an exception to cell theory?

Answer :

Virus do not have nucleus and protoplasm hence they do not show characteristics of life until and unless they enter into a living organism and use their cell machinery to multiply. That’s why they are exception to cell theory.


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