5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- How is the nomenclature system used
- Lysogenic cycle of a virus
- How are viruses measured
- a A complete, fully developedd viral particle composed of nucleic acid and surronded by a protein coat.
- b Organism that obtains its nutrients from dead organic matter
- c *when spoken genus and species are used
*1st letter of genus is capitalized and the first letter of the species is lower case.
*Genus and species are usually italicized.
- d cycle in which the host cell remains alive.
1.attachment-sites are disrupted over surface of virus.
2.penetration-capsid enters emdocytosis, cell pulls virus viron inside.
3.uncoating- breakdown of viral nucleic from protein coat by host cells enzymes.
4. Biosynthesis- dna is replicated
- e Viruses are measured in nanometers and are equal to 0.000000001 meter.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Electron Microscope
- Moves stage relatively large distances in respect to the objective.
- Physical characteristics,colony characteristics, and reproductive spores
- Primary lenses that magnify the image or specimen.
Low power- 10x
5 True/False questions
Mechanical stage → Flat plate that holds the microscope slide in position.
Biotechnology → The study of life in all its forms
Spikes → Carbohydrate-protein complex rods that project from the surface of the envelope.(also can be used as a means of virus identification)
What shows exact characteristics of a virus → Electron Microscope
Micro-Organism → The study of Fungi