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Biology, 25.04.2020 08:14, zitterkoph

Chickenpox is a contagious disease caused by the varicella zoster virus. This disease is characterized by an itchy skin rash
accompanied by headaches, body aches, and a low-grade fever. These symptoms appear 10 to 21 days after exposure to the
virus. After an individual has had the chickenpox, the virus can remain inactive in nerve cells for years and then re-emerge as a
painful skin rash called shingles.
Based on this information, what best describes the reproductive cycle of the varicella zoster virus?
OA.
lysogenic only, because the virus causes symptoms that primarily affect the skin
OB. both lytic and lysogenic, because the virus has immediate and latent effects
OC. lytic only, because the virus causes symptoms that primarily affect the skin
OD. neither lytic nor lysogenic, because the virus has immediate and latent effects

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