What is the difference between virus and cell bacteria?

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Viruses are extremely small organisms that are 100 times smaller than a single cell bacteria. A virus can cause illness in humans, animals, and plants ranging from mild to severe. A mild virus can cause influenza in humans however a more severe example of a virus would be HIV/AIDS. There are four main stages in a virus life cycle which begin when a virus particle reaches a susceptible host (someone with a low immune system). This particle attaches itself using...
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