How are viruses different from all other living things?

The virus (from lat. Virus – poison) is the simplest form of life, since they do not have a cellular structure. The main differences about other living organisms:
• Viruses are obligate parasites, since viruses are not able to multiply outside the cell.
• Outside the cell, viral particles behave like chemicals.
Currently known viruses that multiply in the cells of plants, animals, fungi and bacteria (the latter are usually called bacteriophages). Viruses that infect other viruses (satellite viruses) have also been detected.

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