Fungi are microorganisms that:
a. Are obligate intracellular parasites.
b. Usually cause infections of the skin.
Are the smallest animals and the largest microorganisms.
d. Frequently cause systemic infections in humans.
a. Obligate intracellular parasites.
b. Composed of an outer coat of protein and an inner core of RNA or DNA.
Microscopic organisms which cause malaria and athlete's foot.
d. The smallest animals and the largest microorganisms.
Bacteria reproduce by:
a. Binary fission.
b. Tricking the host cell into duplicating their RNA or DNA.
Injecting their contents into the host cells in order to control the metabolism of
the host cells.
d. The periodic union of male and female bacteria.
Influenza is caused by a: