Is there a vaccine for Tobacco-Mosaic virus?

Answer currently there isn't

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How are vegetables affected by the tobacco mosaic virus?

There is so much I could say on this, I lost 80 out of 120 tomato plants to the Tobacco moziac virus in about a week. Try the link below for all the information you need.

Is there a live virus in a vaccine?

Yes, some vaccines have "live" viruses in them, but they have been weakened to the point that they can not make you sick; but still can trigger your immune system to provide immunity to the full st... Read More »

Is the influenza virus vaccine the same as pneumococcal vaccine?

No. Pneumococcal vaccine is for protection against a type of bacteria, not for viruses like the influenza virus and many other viral infectious diseases. Streptococcus Pneumoniae is the bacterium ... Read More »

How can you make a flu vaccine out if tobacco plants?

You can't. The only connection between flu vaccine and tobacco plants is merely that the flu and vaccines for the flu are made from influenza viruses and the first virus ever discovered in the 1880... Read More »