1. Why are viruses so difficult to kill?
- They adapt to their surroundings so quickly
- They use cells as meat sheilds
- They are not alive or dead
- They are specialised to be resistant to the human immune system
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2. What are the main types of pathogens?
- Colds and flu
- Viruses and bacteria
- Airborne diseases and STDs
- Poison and venom
3. What do ribosomes do?
- Aid respiration
- Synthesise proteins
- Help the cell maintain its shape
4. What protects the genetic material in a virus?
- Heavy artillery
- A protein coat
- The cell membrane
5. Which of these is not a use for stem cells?
- Fertility treatment
- Preventing cancer
- Making new brain cells or people with Parkinson's
- Rebuilding damaged bones/cartilige