5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- 3 Forms of Biology
- Virus culture techniques
- What is a virus
- a Small obligatory intracellular parasite that need a living host to multiply
- b Mass of long filaments of cells, usually found in molds that are formed by hyphae under favorable conditions
- c Organism that uses organic molecules as a source of carbon and energy
- d 1. Zoology: Study of animal Life
2. Botany: Study of plant life
3. Microbiology: Study of microscopic and plant life
- e Bacteriophages are grown in either a liquid media or solid media.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- 1. Living animal 2. Embryonated Eggs 3. Cell cultures
- Covers the capsid in some viruses and consists of a combination of lipids ,proteins, and carbohydrates.
- Use of microbes to remove an environmental pollutant
- Support plate extending from the base to occular body tube
- The body of mold or fleshy fungus joined to together by hypae
5 True/False Questions
Septum → Carbohydrate-protein complex rods that project from the surface of the envelope.(also can be used as a means of virus identification)
Enveloped virus → Covers the capsid in some viruses and consists of a combination of lipids ,proteins, and carbohydrates.
Objective lenses → Primary lenses that magnify the image or specimen.
Low power- 10x
Mutation → Change in the base sequence of DNA
Lytic cycle of a virus → Ends with the lysis and death of the host cell.
1.attachment- bacteriophage attaches to host wall
2.Penetration- bacteriophage penetrates host and injects dna
3.Maturation- viral components are assembled in virions.
Release- host cell lyses and new virions are released.