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Viruses and Bacteria Test
Viruses
Capsid
RNA and DNA
envelope
made up of nucleic acid core and a protein coat
protein coat in a virus
What are the two types of viruses?
viruses have an outside covering called an ____
Viruses
made up of nucleic acid core and a protein coat
Capsid
protein coat in a virus
40 terms
Science
Vaccine
Antibodies
Antigen
Immunity
Small injection of dead or weakenednvirus that provides the b…
The bodies response to a pathogen
Foreign substance in body (pathogen)
Not getting sick because your body had built up antibodies
Vaccine
Small injection of dead or weakenednvirus that provides the b…
Antibodies
The bodies response to a pathogen
11 terms
Lytic Cycle vs Lysogenic Cycle
the virus injects DNA or RNA into your…
happens quickly
symptoms develop rapidly
attacks quickly and destroys your cell…
lytic
lytic
lytic
lytic
the virus injects DNA or RNA into your…
lytic
happens quickly
lytic
65 terms
Biology Virus Ch. 20.1+20.2
Virus
Virus term
Virus spreading
Non-living characteristics of a virus
A microscopic organism consisting of genetic material surroun…
Latin for toxin or poison
Simple contact, sexual contact, exchanges of saliva, coughing…
They can be crystallized... Outside of the cell, they behave lik…
Virus
A microscopic organism consisting of genetic material surroun…
Virus term
Latin for toxin or poison
72 terms
Biology Virus Ch. 20.1+20.2
Virus
Virus term
Virus spreading
Non-living characteristics of a virus
A microscopic organism consisting of genetic material surroun…
Latin for toxin or poison
Simple contact, sexual contact, exchanges of saliva, coughing…
They can be crystallized... Outside of the cell, they behave lik…
Virus
A microscopic organism consisting of genetic material surroun…
Virus term
Latin for toxin or poison
56 terms
Pathogens and Disease
Creutzfeld Jakob disease
lytic cycle
attachment and entrance
synthesis
a rare degenerative, invariably fatal brain disorder believed…
a type of viral replication cycle resulting in the release of…
one of the four types of lytic cycle:... the virus chemically re…
molecular information contained in the viral DNA or RNA direc…
Creutzfeld Jakob disease
a rare degenerative, invariably fatal brain disorder believed…
lytic cycle
a type of viral replication cycle resulting in the release of…
65 terms
Biology Virus Ch. 20.1+20.2
Virus
Virus term
Virus spreading
Non-living characteristics of a virus
A microscopic organism consisting of genetic material surroun…
Latin for toxin or poison
Simple contact, sexual contact, exchanges of saliva, coughing…
They can be crystallized... Outside of the cell, they behave lik…
Virus
A microscopic organism consisting of genetic material surroun…
Virus term
Latin for toxin or poison
160 terms
Virus and protists test
nonliving particles with some characte…
can you see a virus with a compound li…
virus are precursors to ___
2 parts of a virus
virus
NO
cells
nucleic acid and capsid
nonliving particles with some characte…
virus
can you see a virus with a compound li…
NO
71 terms
DNA virus
DNA- HHAPPPy
*all contain double stranded DNA except
*all virus's are either
*all DNA virus are naked except for
herpes... hepatitus B... Adeno... POX... papova... parvo
Parvo
enveloped or naked
herpes or pox
DNA- HHAPPPy
herpes... hepatitus B... Adeno... POX... papova... parvo
*all contain double stranded DNA except
Parvo
42 terms
Ch 10 part 3 bio
Virus
Capsid
Host cells
RNA virus
A nonliving structure or nucleic acid, lacks a cell membrane…
A protein coat
Viruses infect these to reproduce
Cold
Virus
A nonliving structure or nucleic acid, lacks a cell membrane…
Capsid
A protein coat
42 terms
Chapter 13: Viruses, Viroids, Prions
Viruses
host range
virion
capsid
an obligate intracellular parasite that can infect the organi…
the type of cells a microbe can infect, ex: hepatitis virus w…
a fully developed viral particle
the outer protein coat of a virus
Viruses
an obligate intracellular parasite that can infect the organi…
host range
the type of cells a microbe can infect, ex: hepatitis virus w…
45 terms
biology virus review
virus
host cell
two living characteristics of a virus
three non living characteristics of a…
composed of nucleic acids enclosed in a protein coat; smaller…
cell in which the virus replicates
they reproduce, and they mutate
they are acellular, carry out no metabolism, have DNA/RNA but…
virus
composed of nucleic acids enclosed in a protein coat; smaller…
host cell
cell in which the virus replicates
14 terms
Virus quiz
whats the difference between viruses a…
why are viruses are not considered liv…
wendell stanley
what is the structure of a viruse
viruses are non living and all viruses are harmful. bacteria…
because wendell stanley crytilized TMV and living things can'…
1800's scientist that concluded that viruses are not living
protein layer surrounding the nucleic acid. the protein layer…
whats the difference between viruses a…
viruses are non living and all viruses are harmful. bacteria…
why are viruses are not considered liv…
because wendell stanley crytilized TMV and living things can'…
35 terms
Bioethics Virus Test
What is a virus made up of?
Envelope
Virus Multiplication cycle
Attachment
Genome, Capsid, structural proteins, enzymes, envelope
external to capsid, its a lipid bilayer, if envelope is lost…
Attachment, Penetration, uncoating, eclipse period, assembly,…
Highly specific, defined host range
What is a virus made up of?
Genome, Capsid, structural proteins, enzymes, envelope
Envelope
external to capsid, its a lipid bilayer, if envelope is lost…
222 terms
Bio 102 FINAL
Carolus Linnaeus
Hierarchy of Classification
binomial nomenclature
Domain Archea
Father of taxonomy (classification). Swedish naturalist 1707-…
Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
assigning scientific names.. scientific names--> Genus (capit…
highly tolerant primitive anaerobic bacteria.. extremophiles.…
Carolus Linnaeus
Father of taxonomy (classification). Swedish naturalist 1707-…
Hierarchy of Classification
Domain, Kingdom, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species
29 terms
Chapter 24 Honors Biology
bacteria
cytoplasm, energy, reproduce
RNA and DNA
capsid
Which one is bigger: viruses or bacteria?
Viruses are not living:... - no ______ or organelle... - do not obt…
Viruses are made up of ___ and/ or ____
protein coat that protects and covers the gene
bacteria
Which one is bigger: viruses or bacteria?
cytoplasm, energy, reproduce
Viruses are not living:... - no ______ or organelle... - do not obt…
49 terms
Chapter 24 Honors Biology
bacteria
cytoplasm, energy, reproduce
RNA and DNA
capsid
Which one is bigger: viruses or bacteria?
Viruses are not living:... - no ______ or organelle... - do not obt…
Viruses are made up of ___ and/ or ____
protein coat that protects and covers the gene
bacteria
Which one is bigger: viruses or bacteria?
cytoplasm, energy, reproduce
Viruses are not living:... - no ______ or organelle... - do not obt…
65 terms
Viruses
Virus
Virus
Prion
Characteristics of Viruses
+An infectious agent that typically consists of a nucleic aci…
Referred to as being acellular or subcellular because it is n…
+Infectious agent composed of a misfolded protein... +No nucleic…
+Ubiquitous (Everywhere)... +All organisms suffer their attacks…
Virus
+An infectious agent that typically consists of a nucleic aci…
Virus
Referred to as being acellular or subcellular because it is n…
25 terms
Viruses
Virus
Non living
1. Made of protein and DNA ... 2. Get the…
Inner cores and capsid and envelope
They are parasites and need a host cell
Viruses are ___ that cause disease
Pro virus living
Parts of a virus (3)
Virus
They are parasites and need a host cell
Non living
Viruses are ___ that cause disease
14 terms
Viruses
Heroes simplex virus (HSV)
Varicella zoster virus (VZV)
Cytomegalovirus (CMV)
Epstein Barr virus (EBV)
Ds DNA virus... I is oral and genital herpes
dsDNA... Chicken pox and shingles... Shingles usually occurs later…
Mild mono... dsDNA
DsDNA... Mononucleosis
Heroes simplex virus (HSV)
Ds DNA virus... I is oral and genital herpes
Varicella zoster virus (VZV)
dsDNA... Chicken pox and shingles... Shingles usually occurs later…
17 terms
Virus
Tissue tropism
DNA
DNA
DNA
inside a host, the virus may only infect certain tissues
Chicken pox; varicella-zoster virus
Hepatitis B (viral); hepadnavirus
Herpes; herpes simplex virus
Tissue tropism
inside a host, the virus may only infect certain tissues
DNA
Chicken pox; varicella-zoster virus
17 terms
Virus- KT
Virus
DNA Virus
RNA Virus
Virus reproduction
A non-cellular infectious agent that has two characteristics:…
Injects its DNA into host cell.... Make viral RNA and Viral prot…
polio
they cannot reproduce on their own but in cell they can repro…
Virus
A non-cellular infectious agent that has two characteristics:…
DNA Virus
Injects its DNA into host cell.... Make viral RNA and Viral prot…
88 terms
Micro Final
Morphology
Types of general morphology
long rods with a hollow center... Ex. rab…
Icosahedron shape ... Ex. polio virus
The branch of biology that deals with the form of living orga…
helical, polyhedral, envelope, and complex
helical virus
polyhedral virus
Morphology
The branch of biology that deals with the form of living orga…
Types of general morphology
helical, polyhedral, envelope, and complex
Viruses and Bacteria
What are the 2 main parts of a virus?
What's a capsid?
Whats the nucleic acid?
The virus is __ specific and __ specif…
Capsid and a nucleic acid
a protein coat
DNA or RNA
host and cell
What are the 2 main parts of a virus?
Capsid and a nucleic acid
What's a capsid?
a protein coat
42 terms
Microbiology ch 13: Viruses, Viroids, and Prions
viruses
host range
virion
capsid
an obligate intracellular parasite that can infect the organi…
the type of cells a microbe can infect
a fully developed viral particle
the outer protein coat of a virus
viruses
an obligate intracellular parasite that can infect the organi…
host range
the type of cells a microbe can infect
Micro Chapter 13
Virus
Host range
Virion
Capsid
Obligate intracellular parasite; made of nucleic acid core an…
Type of cell that microbes infect
Fully developed viral particle
Protein coat of a virus
Virus
Obligate intracellular parasite; made of nucleic acid core an…
Host range
Type of cell that microbes infect
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?
94 terms
microbiology exam 4
DNA viruses
General characteristics of viruses... Pro…
Chronic infection
Latent infection
viruses that only replicate in the nucleus... Ex: Enveloped( dds…
Latency... Lytic cycle... Lysogenic cycle... Infect young, human origi…
virus is detectable in tissue samples, multiplies at slow rat…
after lytic cycle, virus enter dormant phase, not detectable,…
DNA viruses
viruses that only replicate in the nucleus... Ex: Enveloped( dds…
General characteristics of viruses... Pro…
Latency... Lytic cycle... Lysogenic cycle... Infect young, human origi…
53 terms
viruses and bacteria
make up of virus
capsid
polyhedral
example of a polyhedral virus
nucleic acid and capsid
protein coat of virus
many sided
herpes
make up of virus
nucleic acid and capsid
capsid
protein coat of virus
26 terms
Bio 2 virus unit
Virus
Virology
Capsid
Envelope
Obligate intracellular parasite
Study of viruses
Protein coat surrounding virus. Made of capsomeres
Membrane like structure, mad of lipids
Virus
Obligate intracellular parasite
Virology
Study of viruses
21 terms
VP Microbiology Virology 3
What type of virus is Pox Virus?
Pox Virus Examples
What does Orf cause?
What does Capripox cause?
Cytoplasmic DNA Viruses
Small Pox (Variola), Cow Pox, Orf
Bovine popular stomatitis
Bovine Lumpy skin disease
What type of virus is Pox Virus?
Cytoplasmic DNA Viruses
Pox Virus Examples
Small Pox (Variola), Cow Pox, Orf
19 terms
Bacteria Quizlet
Virus and bacteria differences
Why are bacteria not living things?
Wendell Stanley
Virus Structure
Viruses need a host and are smaller than bacteria
Because they need a host cell to survive.
Proved that viruses are non - living
Nucleic acid core surrounded by protein coat
Virus and bacteria differences
Viruses need a host and are smaller than bacteria
Why are bacteria not living things?
Because they need a host cell to survive.
75 terms
micro exam 2 (print) 3,4,5
DNA viruses
pox virus
Pox viruses may be possible agents of
Pox viruses are used in new techniques…
pox virus... herpes virus... papova virus... parvo virus... adenovirus... he…
-a rash of pimples that become pus-filled and leave pockmarks…
bioterrism
vaccine development (genetically-engineered vaccinia)
DNA viruses
pox virus... herpes virus... papova virus... parvo virus... adenovirus... he…
pox virus
-a rash of pimples that become pus-filled and leave pockmarks…
30 terms
WHS Bio Vircabulary
Virus
Virology
Pathogenic
Bacteriophage
a particle made of proteins, nucleic acids, and sometimes lip…
the study of viruses
a medical term that describes viruses, bacteria, and other ty…
a kind of virus that infects bacteria
Virus
a particle made of proteins, nucleic acids, and sometimes lip…
Virology
the study of viruses
31 terms
Chapter 24 crossword
Viroid
Capsid
HIV
HPV
an infectious agent that is made up of a short, circular, sin…
A protein sheath that surrounds the nucleic acid core in a vi…
Human Immunodeficiency virus
Human Papillomavirus
Viroid
an infectious agent that is made up of a short, circular, sin…
Capsid
A protein sheath that surrounds the nucleic acid core in a vi…
74 terms
virus quiz
Inside _____ viruses use their genetic…
a virus enters a bacterial cell makes…
In lytic infection the cell burst or ___
what is an example of a bacteriophage…
living cells
lytic infection
lyse
t4
Inside _____ viruses use their genetic…
living cells
a virus enters a bacterial cell makes…
lytic infection
14 terms
Biology Chapter 18
Virus
An example for Respiratory disease
An example for childhood disease
A type of skin disease
is a non-living strand of genetic material with a protein coa…
cold or flu
the measles, mums or chicken pox
shingles or warts
Virus
is a non-living strand of genetic material with a protein coa…
An example for Respiratory disease
cold or flu
59 terms
Virus Test
Icosahedron
Helix
Spherical
Capsid
a polyhedron with 20 faces (structure atom of a virus)
structure like a spiral staircase
perfectly round geometrical object
the protein shell of a virus
Icosahedron
a polyhedron with 20 faces (structure atom of a virus)
Helix
structure like a spiral staircase
39 terms
Chapter 40: Antiviral Drugs
nucleotide
nucleoside
retro virus
virion
no phosphate group
contain RNA (instead of DNA) as their genome and replicate us…
mature virus particle
nucleotide
nucleoside
no phosphate group
42 terms
Biology test tomorrow
Inactivated virus
Attenuated virus
Acyclovir
azidothymidine
can not replicate in host,and therefore gives immunity to host
Genetically altered virus that can not cause disease
Antiviral used against herpes and chicken pox
Antiviral that inhabits reverse transcriptase
Inactivated virus
can not replicate in host,and therefore gives immunity to host
Attenuated virus
Genetically altered virus that can not cause disease
25 terms
viruses test
HIV
electron
shingles
receptors
virus that attacks white blood cells
type of microscope used to view viruses
occurs in adults
on cell membrane and are attracted to a virus
HIV
virus that attacks white blood cells
electron
type of microscope used to view viruses
23 terms
Virology
Virus
Capsid
Envelope
Helical Virus
A minuscule, acellular, infectious agent having one or severa…
Protein coat surrounding a nucleic acid core
Phospholipid membrane surrounding the nucleocapsid
Composed of capsomeres that bond together in a spiral fashion…
Virus
A minuscule, acellular, infectious agent having one or severa…
Capsid
Protein coat surrounding a nucleic acid core
Viruses
Who discovered the first virus
What disease was Iwanowsky asked to st…
How was the first virus discovered
How many cells do viruses have
Iwanowsky
tobacco mosaic disease
When Iwanowsky was asked to study tobacco mosaic disease he d…
1 (acellular
Who discovered the first virus
Iwanowsky
What disease was Iwanowsky asked to st…
tobacco mosaic disease
20 terms
Chapter 27
Virus Structure
Nucleic acid
Classified genome
Viral Hosts
Nucleic acid, capsid, no cytoplasm, no organelle
this can be DNA or RNA, single or double stranded
RNA viruses, DNA viruses, or retroviruses
non living parasites
Virus Structure
Nucleic acid, capsid, no cytoplasm, no organelle
Nucleic acid
this can be DNA or RNA, single or double stranded
61 terms
Viruses
Retrovirus
Lysogenic
Capsid
Icosahedron examples
Have reverse transcriptase and rna, the reverse transcriptase…
Invades, reproduces and then lyses
Protein coat
Chickenpox, polio, herpes simplex
Retrovirus
Have reverse transcriptase and rna, the reverse transcriptase…
Lysogenic
Invades, reproduces and then lyses
183 terms
BIO 300 Test #3
Papillomavirus
Adenovirus
Herpes Simplex Type 1
Herpes Simplex Type 2
SS DNA Virus... STD... Genital warts... Potential oncogenic... Ex: Human…
DNA Virus... Oncogenic ... Respiratory disease... Ex: Human adenovirus…
DNA Virus... Cold sores
DNA Virus... Genital herpes
Papillomavirus
SS DNA Virus... STD... Genital warts... Potential oncogenic... Ex: Human…
Adenovirus
DNA Virus... Oncogenic ... Respiratory disease... Ex: Human adenovirus…
265 terms
micro exam 2
Dimitri iwanowski
capsid
lytic
density and anchorage dependence
researcher who discovered the filterable nature of the tobacc…
the protein coat of a virus is called ___
the ____ cycle of bacteriophage multiplication taken to compl…
name ONE characteristic cells LOSE when they are transformed…
Dimitri iwanowski
researcher who discovered the filterable nature of the tobacc…
capsid
the protein coat of a virus is called ___
34 terms
BIOL 400 TEST FILE
Human respiratory syncytial virus
Pneumovirus
Pneumoviridae
Mononegavirales
Name of species
Name of genus
Name of family
Name of order
Human respiratory syncytial virus
Name of species
Pneumovirus
Name of genus
27 terms
Virus Classification
herpes; hepadna; pox
Parvo
circo
Papilloma; Adeno; Polyoma
Double Stranded DNA viruses w/ envelope (3)
Linear single Stranded DNA virus w/o envelope
Circular single Stranded DNA virus w/o envelope
Double Stranded DNA viruses, w/o envelope (naked)
herpes; hepadna; pox
Double Stranded DNA viruses w/ envelope (3)
Parvo
Linear single Stranded DNA virus w/o envelope
146 terms
Micro Lecture 40: Viral diseases
List of the 3 viruses
What are herpes viruses that effect hu…
How do herpes virus incorporate their…
Herpes viruses grow latent. What does…
1. Herpes... 2. Hepatitis... 3. HIV
Cell fast... once they infect you they are with you forever bc h…
via Neurons
symptoms disappear, but can reactivate again when you're immu…
List of the 3 viruses
1. Herpes... 2. Hepatitis... 3. HIV
What are herpes viruses that effect hu…
Cell fast... once they infect you they are with you forever bc h…
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