Biology Ch. 14

Card Set Information

Author:
bogera
ID:
61915
Filename:
Biology Ch. 14
Updated:
2011-01-25 10:17:20
Tags:
Biology
Folders:

Description:
Biology Ch. 14
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user bogera on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. The inner core of the virus

    A. nucleic acid
    B. capsid
    C. envelolpe
    nucleic acid
  2. Protein coat around the core of nucleic acid

    A. nucleic acid
    B. capsid
    C. envelolpe
    capsid
  3. An additional protective coating found in some viruses

    A. nucleic acid
    B. capsid
    C. envelolpe
    envelope
  4. Viruses have a nucleus, cytoplasm, or cell structures

    True or false
    False -------Viruses don't have a nucleus.
  5. Viruses are tiny in size.

    True or false
    True
  6. When a virus invades a living cell, multiplies, and causes cell death

    A. lytic cycle
    B. lysogenic cycle
    lytic cycle
  7. Steps of Lytic cycle

    A. Entry, Attachment, Replication, Release, Assembly
    B. Attachment, Entry, Replication, Assembly, Release
    Attachment Entry Replication Assembly Release
  8. When host cell breaks apart and the new viruses are released

    A. entry
    B. release
    C. assembly
    release
  9. When viral DNA takes over the cell and forces the cell to make viral DNA

    A. attachment
    B. entry
    C. replication
    replication
  10. Cycle that does not immediately kill the host

    A. lytic cycle
    B. lysogenic cycle
    lysogenic cycle
  11. One hypothesis is that viruses evolved from their

    A. host cells
    B. daughter cells
    C. WalMart cells
    host cells
  12. Cold sores are an example of

    A. lytic cycle
    B. lysogenic cycle
    lysogenic cycle
  13. Has a polyhedral capsid and a helical tail

    A. filovirus
    B. binal virus
    C. helical virus
    binal virus
  14. Virus with no distinct or uniform shape

    A. filovirus
    B. binal virus
    C. helical virus
    filovirus
  15. Virus with a multifaceted appearance (many-sided)

    A. polyhedral virus
    B. binal virus
    C. helical virus
    polyhedral virus
  16. Virus with a nucleic acid coiled inside a long narrow capsid

    A. filovirus
    B. binal virus
    C. helical virus
    helical virus
  17. Viruses that infect only bacterial cells

    A. filovirus
    B. host
    C. bacteriophages
    bacteriophages
  18. Tobacco-Mosaic virus is an example of

    A. filovirus
    B. binal virus
    C. helical virus
    helical virus
  19. Ebola is an example of

    A. filovirus
    B. binal virus
    C. helical virus
    filovirus
  20. Common cold virus

    A. polyhedral virus
    B. binal virus
    C. helical virus
    polyhedral virus
  21. Viruses attacking only a few types of cells is referred to as specificity.

    True or False
    True
  22. Virus with RNA core

    A. viroid
    B. retrovirus
    C. prion
    retrovirus
  23. Causes plant diseases

    A. viroid
    B. retrovirus
    C. prion
    viroid
  24. Causes disease in animals

    A. viroid
    B. retrovirus
    C. prion
    prion
  25. There is a cure for viroids and prions.

    True or False
    False
  26. Contains a harmless (weakened or dead) form of a virus

    A. vaccine
    B. viroid
    C. prion
    vaccine
  27. Stimulates the immune system to produce antibodies to fight off the virus

    A. vaccine
    B. viroid
    C. prion
    vaccine
  28. Three human uses of viruses--------
    • Vaccines
    • Genetic Engineering
    • Agriculture

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview