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83 terms
Biology- Virus, Bacteria, and Immunity
Cells that devour bacteria
sexual reproduction in bacteria
discovered the immunity response
organism that carries disease causing…
macrophage
conjugation
Jenner
vector
Cells that devour bacteria
macrophage
sexual reproduction in bacteria
conjugation
64 terms
Biology: virus, bacteria, immunity
Edward Jenner
Antigens
Symbiosis
Latin for poisonous fluid
Discovered the immunity response
Foreign proteins
Relationship between two organisms
Virus
Edward Jenner
Discovered the immunity response
Antigens
Foreign proteins
61 terms
Biology (bacteria, virus, and immunity)
What is the structure of a virus
What is an RNA virus called and what i…
What is a bacteriophage
Lytic cycle (5 steps)
DNA or RNA in the inside with a protein coat called a capsid
Retrovirus, HIV
Virus that attacks a bacteria
1. Attachment of virus to host cell... 2. Inject dna ... 3. Replica…
What is the structure of a virus
DNA or RNA in the inside with a protein coat called a capsid
What is an RNA virus called and what i…
Retrovirus, HIV
39 terms
Biology Virus bacteria and immunity
Macrophage
Foreign protein
A sticky substance lining your reposit…
A primitive cell with no nuclear membr…
Cells that devour bacteria
antigen
Mucus
Prokaryote
Macrophage
Cells that devour bacteria
Foreign protein
antigen
Biology- Virus, Bacteria and immunity
cells that devour bacteria
sexual reproduction in bacteria
discovered the immunity response
Organism that carries disease causing…
marcophage
conjugation
Jenner
vector
cells that devour bacteria
marcophage
sexual reproduction in bacteria
conjugation
38 terms
Biology- Virus Bacteria Immunity
cells that devour bacteria
Sexual reproduction in bacteria
Discovered the immunity response
Organism that carries disease causing…
macrophage
conjugation
Jenner
Vector
cells that devour bacteria
macrophage
Sexual reproduction in bacteria
conjugation
39 terms
Biology - Virus, Bacteria, and Immunity
Jenner
Antigen
Symbiosis
Virus
Discovered the immunity response.
Foreign protein.
Relationship between two organisms.
Latin for poisonous fluid.
Jenner
Discovered the immunity response.
Antigen
Foreign protein.
41 terms
biology-virus, bacteria and immunity
Jenner
antigen
symbiosis
virus
discovered the immunity response
foreign protein
relationship between two organisms
latin for poisonous fluid
Jenner
discovered the immunity response
antigen
foreign protein
Biology virus and immune vocab and questions
small
1. capsid... 2. nucleic acid (DNA)
Capsid
- polyhedral... - helical... - complex/phage…
are viruses small or large
all viruses have what 2 components?
a container made of protein
name the 4 shapes a virus can be
small
are viruses small or large
1. capsid... 2. nucleic acid (DNA)
all viruses have what 2 components?
57 terms
Biology Test (Bacteria,Virus,Immune)
Retroviruses
Bateriaphage
HIV
Antibodies
Virus that has RNA as its Genetic Material ... Ex: HIV
Virus that only attacks and uses bacteria as its host.
A retrovirus that causes the disease AIDS. Attacks Helper - T…
Cells found in your immune system that help fight off infecti…
Retroviruses
Virus that has RNA as its Genetic Material ... Ex: HIV
Bateriaphage
Virus that only attacks and uses bacteria as its host.
55 terms
Biology 11 Bacteria/Virus Immunity
Virus
Intracellular Parasites
Why Virus are alive
Capsid
A biological particle composed of nucleic acid and protein
organisms that must live inside a host
Not made of cells or organelles , Can't reproduce on own, Don…
coat of protein that surrounds nucleic acid/ all have
Virus
A biological particle composed of nucleic acid and protein
Intracellular Parasites
organisms that must live inside a host
56 terms
Advanced biology: Bacteria, Virus, and Immunity
The inner core of a virus is composed…
Capsid
Virus must have a ____ to reproduce
Bacteriophage
DNA or RNA
The protein coat of a virus
Host
A virus that attacks a bacteria
The inner core of a virus is composed…
DNA or RNA
Capsid
The protein coat of a virus
63 terms
Biology: Bacteria, virus, and immune system review
Should you give antibiotics to a virus?
What is a pathogen
What is a species barrier
Immune system
No
Disease or illness cause to host.
Natural mechanics that prevents a virus/disease from one spec…
Body's defense against diseases causing organisms, malfunctio…
Should you give antibiotics to a virus?
No
What is a pathogen
Disease or illness cause to host.
31 terms
Biology Test (Bacteria, Virus & Immune Response)
Which two domains contain prokaryotes?
What is the human Microbiome?
Describe the domain Archaea. Name thre…
Bacteria and Archaea difference
Bacteria and archaea
All of the bacteria living on the human body
Extremophiles- Bacteria that can live in extreme environments…
1.) Difference in genetic sequence ... 2.) RNA polymerase struct…
Which two domains contain prokaryotes?
Bacteria and archaea
What is the human Microbiome?
All of the bacteria living on the human body
46 terms
Virus & Immune System
HIV
AIDS
bacteriophage
Capsid
human immunodeficiency virus causes the immune system progres…
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is caused by HIV. An autoi…
A bacteria that infects and replicates it's DNA inside a bact…
Protein shell that surround the genome of a virus. Usually co…
HIV
human immunodeficiency virus causes the immune system progres…
AIDS
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is caused by HIV. An autoi…
46 terms
Virus & Immune System
HIV
AIDS
bacteriophage
Capsid
human immunodeficiency virus causes the immune system progres…
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is caused by HIV. An autoi…
A bacteria that infects and replicates it's DNA inside a bact…
Protein shell that surround the genome of a virus. Usually co…
HIV
human immunodeficiency virus causes the immune system progres…
AIDS
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome is caused by HIV. An autoi…
38 terms
Biology- Unit 14 Virus, bacteria,& immunity review
They can cause chicken pox
They can grow/develop, reproduce and c…
They are made of cells
They are prokaryotic
Virus
Bacteria
Bacteria
Bacteria
They can cause chicken pox
Virus
They can grow/develop, reproduce and c…
Bacteria
21 terms
Virus & Immunity
virus
host
parasite
nanometer
A particle that contains DNA. Requires living cells to reprod…
Any living thing that a parasite lives in or a virus reproduc…
Something that lives off another living thing to get food or…
1 billionth of a meter
virus
A particle that contains DNA. Requires living cells to reprod…
host
Any living thing that a parasite lives in or a virus reproduc…
16 terms
Immunity and virus
Hemoglobin
Antigen
Plasma
Leukocyte
Iron-containing protein in red blood cells that binds oxygen…
A foreign substance that enters the bodY and stimulates the b…
90% water and 10% dissolved gases,salts,nutrients,enzymes, ho…
Another name for white blood cells (WBC)
Hemoglobin
Iron-containing protein in red blood cells that binds oxygen…
Antigen
A foreign substance that enters the bodY and stimulates the b…
13 terms
virus & immunity
inter
anti
gen
latent
between
against
origin
hidden
inter
between
anti
against
13 terms
Virus and Immunity
Inter
Anti
Gen
Latent
Between
Against
Origin
Hidden
Inter
Between
Anti
Against
13 terms
Virus and Immunity
inter
anti
gen
latent
between
against
origin
hidden
inter
between
anti
against
38 terms
Virus+ immunity
Capsid
core
Tail
Collar
Outer shell surrounding virus
Found inside virus, contains DNA or RNA
Consists of collar, tail fibres and base plate
Secures capsid to the tail
Capsid
Outer shell surrounding virus
core
Found inside virus, contains DNA or RNA
Virus' and immunization
Active Immunity
Anitbodies
Bacteria
Immunity
you develop it throughout your lifetime by getting sick and o…
proteins that destroy invading pathogens
most widespread of all living organisms; can be cured by anti…
our bodies natural defense against diseases
Active Immunity
you develop it throughout your lifetime by getting sick and o…
Anitbodies
proteins that destroy invading pathogens
Virus and Immune Flashcards
Virus
Structure of a Virus
Retrovirus
Bacteriophage
An infective thing that can multiply itself in living cell of…
The structure of the virus is formed when it leaves the cell
An RNA group virus that puts a DNA copy in a host cell to mul…
A virus that can infect or reproduce inside bacteria
Virus
An infective thing that can multiply itself in living cell of…
Structure of a Virus
The structure of the virus is formed when it leaves the cell
30 terms
Immunity to Virus
Describe a virus
General Steps in Viral Replication
IF it is a DNA virus, releasing geneti…
IF it is an RNA virus, releasing or un…
non-living, obligate intracellular parasite which is dependen…
1. Recognition of the target cell.... 2. Attachment: to receptor…
Replication of genome would be DNA dependent DNA synthesis.
Replication of genome would be RNA dependent RNA synthesis.…
Describe a virus
non-living, obligate intracellular parasite which is dependen…
General Steps in Viral Replication
1. Recognition of the target cell.... 2. Attachment: to receptor…
83 terms
Virus, Bacteria, and the Immune System
Virus
Capsid
Nucleic Acid Core
For reproduction of a virus what must…
Composed of a protein coat and nucleic acid
(protein coat) - protection/aids virus to enter cell
DNA or RNA ( a few to over 100 genes )
A host cell
Virus
Composed of a protein coat and nucleic acid
Capsid
(protein coat) - protection/aids virus to enter cell
25 terms
Bacteria and Virus IMMUNITY
platelets
role of scabs
red blood cells
role of ATP in immunity
use proteins to form scabs and slow blood loss
provide a barrier on an injury to prevent infection
made of iron that carries O2 to cells to make ATP
provides energy to the immune system for a fast, strong respo…
platelets
use proteins to form scabs and slow blood loss
role of scabs
provide a barrier on an injury to prevent infection
36 terms
Review for Bacteria/Virus/Immune
Purpose of immune system
1st 2nd 3rd line of defense
Immunity
Host Cell
to defend the body from illness.
1: Coughing and Sneezing 2:Area becomes... swollen 3: Antibodies…
Being immune to a virus that your immune system has already b…
a virus needs a host cell so that it can make copies of itself
Purpose of immune system
to defend the body from illness.
1st 2nd 3rd line of defense
1: Coughing and Sneezing 2:Area becomes... swollen 3: Antibodies…
biology virus
Virus
structure of a virus
retovirus
bacteriophage
an invective agent that typically consists of of a nucleic ac…
The protein layer that surrounds and protects the nucleic aci…
a group of RNA viruses that insert a DNA copy of their genome…
virus that parasitizes a bacterium by infecting it and reprod…
Virus
an invective agent that typically consists of of a nucleic ac…
structure of a virus
The protein layer that surrounds and protects the nucleic aci…
20 terms
Taxonomy, Virus, Immune System
Tax means
Nomos means
Taxonomy
Binomial nomenclature
grouping
system
the science of placing organisms into group
two name naming system
Tax means
grouping
Nomos means
system
Virus/Bacteria/Immune System
Host
Parasite
Gene Therapy
Bacteriophage
A cell or organism in which a virus multiplies itself.
Organisms that live on or in a host, and cause harm to the ho…
Enclosing normal hereditary material in a virus & allowing it…
A virus that attacks a bacteria.
Host
A cell or organism in which a virus multiplies itself.
Parasite
Organisms that live on or in a host, and cause harm to the ho…
40 terms
Immune System_Virus
Immune system, skin, non-specific resp…
Air, direct physical contact, indirect…
Inflammation
Recognize self and non-self... Destroy no…
What challenges do bacteria and viruses face when trying to e…
Some ways that viruses and bacteria can enter the body
Non-specific response that characterized by produces pain, it…
Immune system's goals or function
Immune system, skin, non-specific resp…
What challenges do bacteria and viruses face when trying to e…
Air, direct physical contact, indirect…
Some ways that viruses and bacteria can enter the body
13 terms
Virus and Immune System Vocabulary
Inter
Anti
Gen
Latent
Between
Against
Origin
Hidden
Inter
Between
Anti
Against
28 terms
Bio-virus&immune system
Antibiotic
Antibody
Antigen
Attenuated
Chemical produced by living organisms that naturally kills or…
Protein substance produced to eliminate antigens that have en…
Foreign material in the body that stimulates antibody product…
A vaccine produced from live viruses
Antibiotic
Chemical produced by living organisms that naturally kills or…
Antibody
Protein substance produced to eliminate antigens that have en…
9 terms
Virus, bacteria, and immune system
Parts of a virus
Classification of a virus
Retrovirus
1st line of defense
-nucleic acid core surrounded by... -capsid ... -sometimes have an…
-type do nucleic can acid (RNA or DNA)... -naked or enveloped ... -…
A virus with rNA but can change into DNA through lysogenic cy…
Nonspecific (skin)
Parts of a virus
-nucleic acid core surrounded by... -capsid ... -sometimes have an…
Classification of a virus
-type do nucleic can acid (RNA or DNA)... -naked or enveloped ... -…
Bacteria/Virus/Immune Review
host
parasite
binary fission
endospore
A living thing that provides a living enviroment or source of…
An organisim that uses a host to live and harms it's host
Bacteria's way of reproducing, one cell splits in two
A protective coat bacteria form to surviveheating, cooling an…
host
A living thing that provides a living enviroment or source of…
parasite
An organisim that uses a host to live and harms it's host
16 terms
Biology: Bacteria and Virus Review
prokaryote
binary fission
endospore
vaccine
1. single-celled organism ... 2. no nucleus ... 3.DNA floats freely…
This is a form of reproduction only involving one parent cell…
A small, thick walled, rounded, resting cell that forms insid…
Vaccines work by imitating disease agents and stimulating the…
prokaryote
1. single-celled organism ... 2. no nucleus ... 3.DNA floats freely…
binary fission
This is a form of reproduction only involving one parent cell…
66 terms
Virus, Bacteria, Immune System
virus
capsid
reproduction of a virus
Lytic Cycle
composed of protein coat and nucleic acid core (DNA or RNA)
protein coat, protection/aids virus to enter host
must have a host cell to reproduce
1. attachment of virus to host cell... 2. inject DNA into host c…
virus
composed of protein coat and nucleic acid core (DNA or RNA)
capsid
protein coat, protection/aids virus to enter host
45 terms
immune, virus, bacteria test
What is the outside coating of a virus?
Viruses contain _________ and ________…
Viruses have different ______ and ____…
What are the characteristics of living…
capsid
...
shapes, sizes
living: grow, develop, reproduce... nonliving: not capable of re…
What is the outside coating of a virus?
capsid
Viruses contain _________ and ________…
...
46 terms
Bacteria, Virus and Immune System
Capsule
Binary fission
bacteria shapes
Recombination
Outer layer that protects the bacteria cell and helps attach…
Asexual form of reproduction that creates an exact copy of th…
Coccus, Bacillus, Spirillum
The ability of bacteria to take in and use foreign DNA
Capsule
Outer layer that protects the bacteria cell and helps attach…
Binary fission
Asexual form of reproduction that creates an exact copy of th…
25 terms
Daniel a VIRUS IMMUNE FLASHCARDS
virus
Structure of a virus
Retrovirus
Bacteriophage
An extremely small particle that has genetic material inside…
having DNA or RNA
any of a large group of RNA-based viruses that tend to infect…
A virus that attacks bacteria
virus
An extremely small particle that has genetic material inside…
Structure of a virus
having DNA or RNA
28 terms
Immune Unit (bacteria, virus, disease)
virus
immune system
1st line of defense
2nd line of defense
NON-LIVING particle that enters and reproduces inside a host…
the body system that protects your body from disease
>skin... >mouth (sneezing & coughing)... >mucus (nose)
#white bloods, skin gets red and puffy
virus
NON-LIVING particle that enters and reproduces inside a host…
immune system
the body system that protects your body from disease
13 terms
Virus Bacteria and Immune System
What causes diseases in humans
germ theory
pathogens
types of pathogens
germs
microorganisms cause diseases
disease causing agents
bacteria, viruses, fungi, protozoa, and parasites
What causes diseases in humans
germs
germ theory
microorganisms cause diseases
10 terms
Virus-Biology
bacteriophage
capsid
envelope
host cell
bacteriophage infects bacteria cells
protein protective layer
membrane coat that surrounds the protein coat
a virus can not survive or reproduce outside of its host cell
bacteriophage
bacteriophage infects bacteria cells
capsid
protein protective layer
9 terms
biology virus
virus
vorology
1935
mutation
composed of nuclacited acid and protein coat
study of a virus
Wendell standely
yes
virus
composed of nuclacited acid and protein coat
vorology
study of a virus
34 terms
Virus, Bacteria, and the Immune System
Host
Protein and Genetic Material
Antigens
T Cell
Cell or organism upon which a virus depends upon
Viruses are composed of
The part of the pathogen that triggers the immune response
Body's non-specific immune response against infection ISN'T
Host
Cell or organism upon which a virus depends upon
Protein and Genetic Material
Viruses are composed of
16 terms
Biology Virus
Prokaryote
Bacilli
Cocci
Spirilla
No nucleus, not as many cell organelles.
A shape of bacteria, like a rod.
A shape of bacteria, like a sphere.
A shape of bacteria like a spiral.
Prokaryote
No nucleus, not as many cell organelles.
Bacilli
A shape of bacteria, like a rod.
25 terms
Ailany Caceres Virus and Immune Vocab
virus
Structure of a virus
Retrovirus
Bacteriophage
Something that infects things by multiplying copies of itself…
a Virus has genetic material in form of DNA or RNA and a prot…
A virus that contains RNA and turns it into DNA and inserts t…
a bacteriophage is a type of virus that infects bacteria.
virus
Something that infects things by multiplying copies of itself…
Structure of a virus
a Virus has genetic material in form of DNA or RNA and a prot…
21 terms
Virus, bacteria, Immune
Bacillus
Spirilla
Cocci
Bacteriophage
Rod shaped bacteria
Spiral or corkskrew shaped bacteria
Sphere shaped bacteria
Virus that infects bacteria
Bacillus
Rod shaped bacteria
Spirilla
Spiral or corkskrew shaped bacteria
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