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A small number of the forest species of lepidoptera (moths and butterf

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Re: A small number of the forest species of lepidoptera (moths and butterf [#permalink]

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Once ingested by a caterpillar, the crystals dissolve, releasing the virus to infect the insect’s cells.

Dissolve, resulting into release of Virus, unless dissolved or in words of the question, if remains inside the polyhedrin protein crystals, it cannot release virus, thus cannot infect caterpillar cells.
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A small number of the forest species of lepidoptera (moths and butterf [#permalink]

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Can you please explain Q1. I could not proceed beyond identification of conclusion here.
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