Compare between simple and complex viruses.

All viruses are conventionally divided into simple and complex. Simple viruses consist of a nucleic acid and a protein coat – a capsid; some crystallize; the form is rod-shaped, filiform and spherical. Complex viruses, in addition to capsid and nucleic acid proteins, can contain a lipoprotein membrane, carbohydrates and non-structural proteins – enzymes.

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