Difference between ribosome and plant virus, Biology

Difference between Ribosome and plant virus -

 

RIBOSOME (RNA + Protein)

 

PLANT VIRUS (RNA + Protein)

 

1. Does not multiply

 

2. Here, more than one types of RNA is present

Eg. In 80s ribosome - 4 types of RNA In 70s ribosome - 3 types or RNA

 

3. Here, protein are not homogenously distributed

 

4. Proteins molecules are mixed up with RNA

 

Multiplies inside the host cell.

 

Here, only one type of RNA & only one molecule of RNA is present.

 

 

Proteins are distributed homogenously. Proteins are not mixed up with RNA

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