Microbiology Module 4

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1.  Viruses that infect bacteria are referred to as
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2.  A virion is a(n)
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3.  A virion is composed of
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4.  The protein coat of a virus
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5.  Which does not refer to the shape of a virus?
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6.  The shape of the virus is determined by its
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7.  The viral envelope closely resembles the
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8.  A limiting factor for viral infection is
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9.  If the infecting phage lacks some critical pieces of DNA necessary for replication it is called
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10.  Specialized transduction
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11.  The replicative form of nucleic acid in filamentous phages is
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12.  Filamentous phage
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13.  Once inside the host cell, phage DNA
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14.  Most phages that contain single-stranded DNA
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15.  Phages that can either replicate and cause cell lysis or can integrate their DNA into the host DNA are called
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16.  One of the most intensively studied virulent phages which infects E.coli is
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17.  During attachment of phage to E.coli, the phage
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18.  What part of the E. coli T4 phage attaches to the host cell receptors?
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19.  During penetration of E. coli by the T4 phage
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20.  Phage-encoded proteins are
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21.  Phage-encoded enzymes are
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22.  The protein projection on the surface of a virus that are involved in attachment to the host cell are called
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23.  Outside of living cells, viruses are
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24.  Viruses
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25.  What part of the attached bacteriophage enters through the host cell wall?
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26.  A phage that replicates inside the host cell and then lyses its host during its release is a
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27.  The correct order for the stages of a phage infection are
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28.  Once integrated,phage DNA can remain in the prophage state as long as
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29.  Lysogenic cells
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30.  The filamentous phages all contain
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31.  Bacteria infected with filamentous phages are termed
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32.  Transducing virulent phages do not lyse the cells they invade because
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33.  The groups of organisms that a virus may infect is known as its
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34.  DNA is protected from restriction enzymes by being
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35.  Assembly of the T4 phage
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36.  An exit method used by viruses which does not immediately destroy the host bacterium is
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37.  In the replication of phage containing positive sense DNA,
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38.  RNA phages usually contain
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39.  Regarding phage replication,
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40.  A temperate phage
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41.  The integration of phage DNA into the bacterial chromosome occurs because of
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42.  What is a single Virus Particle Called?
43.  What does the lytic cycle cause?
44.  What activates the lysogenic production of prophage DNA?
45.  What is the proper sequence of animal replication in animal cells?
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