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5 Matching questions

  1. Mechanical stage
  2. Compound light microscope
  3. what is the most common method used to identify a virus
  4. Capsid
  5. Lytic cycle of a virus
  1. a The inner protein coat around nucleic acid and made up of sub protein units called capsomeres
  2. b 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.
  3. c 2 lens microscope used to achieve greater and more accurate magnification.
    *should be stored in designated area with adequate ventilation
  4. d Seriological testing
  5. e Flat plate that holds the microscope slide in position.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The study of Fungi
  2. Moves stage slowly for precise, final focusing
  3. Asexual and sexual reproduction
  4. Duplication of chromosomes followed by division of the cytoplasm
  5. Holds objective lenses in place.

5 True/False questions

  1. Polyhedral VirusesViruses that resemble long rods and may be rigid or flexible(ex Flu or Measels)

          

  2. Solid media culture technique leads to what?plaque method of detecting viruses in which the concentrations of viral suspensions are measured in PFUs

          

  3. HyphaAerobic or facultatively anaerobic chemoheterotrophs
    (yeast,mold,and fleshy fungi such as mushrooms)

          

  4. ResolutionThe ability of the microscope objective to seperate fine details.
    (the higher the resolution, the finer the detail seen)

          

  5. of 100,000 species of fungi how many are pathogenic to humans.(molds and fleshy fungi) Thallus consists of long filaments joined together by hyphae

          

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