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29 terms
Virus
Viruses
Nucleic Acid
Capsid
Envelope
Non-living infectious agents... Obligate intracellular parasites
DNA or RNA... Single- or double-stranded
Protein coat... May contain spikes for attachment
Not in all viruses... Lipids and proteins derived from host cell…
Viruses
Non-living infectious agents... Obligate intracellular parasites
Nucleic Acid
DNA or RNA... Single- or double-stranded
Virus
Virus
Capsid
Host
Viral Latency
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
An organism that is infected by a virus or other parasitic or…
A time period when a host is infected by a virus but it is no…
Virus
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
Capsid
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
44 terms
Virus
DNA Viruses
Virus inner shell called, made of
Steps for Self-Replication
Envelope of virus is made of
Hep, Herpes, Adenoviridae, Poxviridae
Capsid (holds DNA or RNA), protein
Adsorption, Penetration and Uncoating, Biosynthesis, Maturati…
lipid bilayer
DNA Viruses
Hep, Herpes, Adenoviridae, Poxviridae
Virus inner shell called, made of
Capsid (holds DNA or RNA), protein
9 terms
Virus
Virus
Capsid
Host
Viral Latency
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
An organism that is infected by a virus or other parasitic or…
A time period when a host is infected by a virus but it is no…
Virus
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
Capsid
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
12 terms
Virus
Virus
Pathogen
Lytic Cycle
Immune System
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
a viral reproductive cycle in which copies of a virus are mad…
Body systems responsible for fighting off infections
Virus
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Pathogen
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
8 terms
Virus
Virus
Capsid
Host
Lytic Cycle
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
An organism that is infected by a virus or other parasitic or…
A type of viral replication in infected by a virus are create…
Virus
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
Capsid
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
12 terms
Virus
Virus
Pathogen/Antigen
Lytic Cycle
Glycoprotein
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
Viral Replication process which ends in cell destruction
Structures that aid in attachment of virus to healthy cells
Virus
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Pathogen/Antigen
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
13 terms
Virus
Virus
Pathogen/Antigen
Lytic Cycle
Glycoprotein
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
Viral Replication process which ends in cell destruction
Structures that aid in attachment of virus to healthy cells
Virus
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Pathogen/Antigen
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
Virus
Virus
Virus Structure
Capsid
Characteristics of Life
Any of a large group of submicroscopic infective agents that…
nucleic acid with protein capsid
1.cells 2.reproduction 3.genetic code 4.growth & development…
Virus
Any of a large group of submicroscopic infective agents that…
Virus Structure
nucleic acid with protein capsid
virus
computer virus
trojan horse virus
anti virus
worm
A destructive program that destroys or harms data on a comput…
a virus that disguises itself as something else.
a software program capable of reproducing itself that can spr…
computer virus
A destructive program that destroys or harms data on a comput…
trojan horse virus
a virus that disguises itself as something else.
11 terms
Virus
Virus
Pathogen/Antigen
Lytic Cycle
Glycoprotein
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
Viral Replication process which ends in cell destruction
Structures that aid in attachment of virus to healthy cells
Virus
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Pathogen/Antigen
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
virus
computer virus
Antivirus
Trojan horse virus
malware
A destructive program that destroys or harms data on a comput…
Software used to detect and eliminate computer viruses and ot…
hides inside other software, usually as an attachment or a do…
malicious software that enters a computer system without the…
computer virus
A destructive program that destroys or harms data on a comput…
Antivirus
Software used to detect and eliminate computer viruses and ot…
Virus
virus
capsid
genome
lytic cycle
A nonliving particle that often causes a disruption in homeos…
protein coat that surrounds the genetic material of a virus
genetic makeup of an organism. It is their "DNA"
the virus takes over the host cell and destroys the host by c…
virus
A nonliving particle that often causes a disruption in homeos…
capsid
protein coat that surrounds the genetic material of a virus
11 terms
virus
virus
bacteria
host cell
vaccine
Any of a large group of submicroscopic infective agents that…
(microbiology) single-celled or noncellular spherical or spir…
Living cell in which a virus can actively multiply or in whic…
A harmless variant or derivative of a pathogen that stimulate…
virus
Any of a large group of submicroscopic infective agents that…
bacteria
(microbiology) single-celled or noncellular spherical or spir…
Virus
Virus Structure
Helical Capsids
Protomers
Icosahedral Capsids
Contains:... -a nucleocapsid... -nucleic acid (DNA or RNA)... -protein…
Examples are TMV and Influenza
protein subunits of capsids
Examples are Polyomavirus and Adenovirus
Virus Structure
Contains:... -a nucleocapsid... -nucleic acid (DNA or RNA)... -protein…
Helical Capsids
Examples are TMV and Influenza
17 terms
Virus
host
parasite
Virus Shapes
Are viruses cells?
an organism that provides a source of energy for a virus
an organism that lives on or in a host & causes harm
can be round, rod-like shaped, shaped like bricks
Viruses are not cells & do not use their own energy to grow.
host
an organism that provides a source of energy for a virus
parasite
an organism that lives on or in a host & causes harm
7 terms
Virus
What kind of vaccine do we give for ra…
What is the disease progression of rab…
Picornovirus: Envelope, single/double…
How does Hand Foot and Mouth disease p…
Killed... Immune globulin
Malaise - agitation - dysphagia - coma - death
Naked icosahedral single stranded RNA... Covers PERCH (high yie…
Vesicular lesions on hands, feet, mouth, and tongue... Coxsackie…
What kind of vaccine do we give for ra…
Killed... Immune globulin
What is the disease progression of rab…
Malaise - agitation - dysphagia - coma - death
Virus
Brick shape
Bullet shape
Plasma membrane envelope
Nuclear membrane envelope
Pox virus
Rhabdovirus
Rhabdovirus
Herpes virus
Brick shape
Pox virus
Bullet shape
Rhabdovirus
Virus
Virus
The core
Outer layer
What is a virus
Is a type of pathogen which infects cells, then hijacks it to…
The virus has either... - RNA which can directly use ribosomes i…
The nucleic core is surrounded by a protein coat called capsi…
Organisms that causes viral diseases including... - common cold…
Virus
Is a type of pathogen which infects cells, then hijacks it to…
The core
The virus has either... - RNA which can directly use ribosomes i…
6 terms
virus
keratoconjunctivitis
hepaB (serum hepa)
epstein barr
lassa fever (h fever)
adenovirus
hepadnaviridae
herpesviridae
arenavirus
keratoconjunctivitis
adenovirus
hepaB (serum hepa)
hepadnaviridae
7 terms
Virus
Viruses
Nucleic Acid
Capsid
2 Versions of Bacteriophage Life Cycle
Non-living infectious agents... Obligate intracellular parasites
DNA or RNA... Single- or double-stranded
Protein coat... May contain spikes for attachment
Lytic Cycle... Lysogenic Cycle
Viruses
Non-living infectious agents... Obligate intracellular parasites
Nucleic Acid
DNA or RNA... Single- or double-stranded
Virus
Viruses
Nucleic Acid
Capsid
Envelope
Non-living infectious agents... Obligate intracellular parasites
DNA or RNA... Single- or double-stranded
Protein coat... May contain spikes for attachment
Not in all viruses... Lipids and proteins derived from host cell…
Viruses
Non-living infectious agents... Obligate intracellular parasites
Nucleic Acid
DNA or RNA... Single- or double-stranded
Virus
Virus
Virus Characteristics
Genome
Capside
is a small infectious agent that replicates only inside the l…
Not Cells, Not Organisms, Can only complete replication cycle…
(DNA or RNA) will contain genes
Protein coat to cover/protect the genome
Virus
is a small infectious agent that replicates only inside the l…
Virus Characteristics
Not Cells, Not Organisms, Can only complete replication cycle…
25 terms
Virus
Are viruses considered to be living or…
Are viruses made up of cells?
Do versus contain heredity material
Does heredity material contain a nucleus
Nonliving
No
Yes.
No nucleus
Are viruses considered to be living or…
Nonliving
Are viruses made up of cells?
No
Virus
Virus
Pathogen
Lytic Cycle
Immune System
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
a viral reproductive cycle in which copies of a virus are mad…
Body systems responsible for fighting off infections
Virus
Nonliving, requires a host to reproduce and survive
Pathogen
Any type of harmful agent that can cause illness
24 terms
Virus
Ans. A. While not inside an infected c…
Ans. C. Viroids are among the smallest…
Ans. D. In some interactions between l…
Ans. B. One can quantitate a virus by…
Virion ... A Extracellular infectious form... B Intracellular form…
Viroids... A Are proteinaceous... B Have extracellular dormant pha…
All of the following are true about bacteriophage, except... A…
Plaque assay is done for... A Isolation and typing of viruses... B…
Ans. A. While not inside an infected c…
Virion ... A Extracellular infectious form... B Intracellular form…
Ans. C. Viroids are among the smallest…
Viroids... A Are proteinaceous... B Have extracellular dormant pha…
virus
virus
structure of a virus
Retrovirus
Bacteriophage
an invective agent that typically consists of a nucleic acid…
DNA or RNA and a protein coat
any of a group of RNA viruses that insert a DNA copy of their…
a virus that parasitizes a bacterium by infecting it and repr…
virus
an invective agent that typically consists of a nucleic acid…
structure of a virus
DNA or RNA and a protein coat
26 terms
Virus
How many more virus are present than b…
Virus characteristics
5 attributes of life
Virus origins
10x more
-not living (not made up of cells)... -parasitic ... -cannot make A…
1) must squire and use energy... 2) regulating membrane bound ce…
-plasmids... -transposons... -origin of life... -Pandora's box (very l…
How many more virus are present than b…
10x more
Virus characteristics
-not living (not made up of cells)... -parasitic ... -cannot make A…
33 terms
Virus
Virions
Electron Microscope
DNA or RNA
Obligate Parasite
Individual virus particles that are extremely small, an elect…
beams electrons to make an image, rather than light, measured…
Viruses are composed of nucleic acid surrounded by a coat of…
Requires a Host to continue living. There is still debate on…
Virions
Individual virus particles that are extremely small, an elect…
Electron Microscope
beams electrons to make an image, rather than light, measured…
7 terms
Virus
Bacteriophage
Capsid
Lysogenic infection
Lytic infection
A virus that infects bacteria. sounds like "fight" bacterioph…
The protein cot surrounding a virus. A capsid is like a cap t…
Infection in which a virus inserts its nucleic acid into the…
An infection in which a virus enters a bacterial cell, makes…
Bacteriophage
A virus that infects bacteria. sounds like "fight" bacterioph…
Capsid
The protein cot surrounding a virus. A capsid is like a cap t…
Virus
Elk Cloner virus
Viruses contain...
Viruses are classified by...
What kingdom do viruses belong..
First infectious computer virus created by Richard Skrenta. T…
hereditary material.
Shape, method of reproduction, and organisms they infect.
Uncertain because viruses are not considered to be living org…
Elk Cloner virus
First infectious computer virus created by Richard Skrenta. T…
Viruses contain...
hereditary material.
virus
contagious
vector
arbovirus
aedes aegypti
spreads from one organism to another
carries pathogen between hosts (ectoparasites, water)
the group of viruses that are transmitted by arthropod vectors
mosquito that transmits Zika, Dengue fever, and yellow fever
contagious
spreads from one organism to another
vector
carries pathogen between hosts (ectoparasites, water)
29 terms
Virus
Kapsid
Lys
Mutationer
Bakteriofager
Ett proteinhölje innanför vilket arvmassan befinner sig. Kan…
När värdcellen dör och spricker sönder
Vad kan hindra en virus från att binda till en cellmembrans r…
Bakterievirus
Kapsid
Ett proteinhölje innanför vilket arvmassan befinner sig. Kan…
Lys
När värdcellen dör och spricker sönder
Virus
Viruses
Nucleic Acid
Capsid
Envelope
Non-living infectious agents... Obligate intracellular parasites
DNA or RNA... Single- or double-stranded
Protein coat... May contain spikes for attachment
Not in all viruses... Lipids and proteins derived from host cell…
Viruses
Non-living infectious agents... Obligate intracellular parasites
Nucleic Acid
DNA or RNA... Single- or double-stranded
Virus
Virus
Capsid
Host
Viral Latency
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
An organism that is infected by a virus or other parasitic or…
A time period when a host is infected by a virus but it is no…
Virus
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
Capsid
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
24 terms
Virus
Zoonis
Antibiotic resistance
Virus
bio-remediation
A disease that can pass from animals to humans
A condition I which a bacterium no longer is affected or kill…
A nonliving, unicellular parasite. Viruses are typically just…
the biological treatment of hazardous waste by living organisms
Zoonis
A disease that can pass from animals to humans
Antibiotic resistance
A condition I which a bacterium no longer is affected or kill…
9 terms
Virus
Protein coat (with key) surrounding ge…
RNA
the RNA must be converted to DNA using…
1. Attachment of virus protein with ho…
What is the basic structure of a virus
What type of genetic material does a retrovirus have?
HIV is a retrovirus, what does this mean the virus does befor…
Basic steps to lytic reproduction
Protein coat (with key) surrounding ge…
What is the basic structure of a virus
RNA
What type of genetic material does a retrovirus have?
21 terms
Virus
EBV(binding)
HIV binding
Replication
ParvoVirus
EBV binds to C3d receptor (CR2) on human B cells
HIV binds to CD4 & chemokine receptors on CD4+ T cells and ma…
DNA virus replicate in nucleus (HBV has reverse trasncriptase…
TOO small to encode own DNA polymerase; depends on rapidly gr…
EBV(binding)
EBV binds to C3d receptor (CR2) on human B cells
HIV binding
HIV binds to CD4 & chemokine receptors on CD4+ T cells and ma…
virus
peptidoglycan
antibodies
pathogen
capsule
A protein-carbohydrate compound that makes the cell walls of…
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
A disease causing agent
A sticky layer that surrounds the cell walls of some bacteria…
peptidoglycan
A protein-carbohydrate compound that makes the cell walls of…
antibodies
An antigen-binding immunoglobulin, produced by B cells, that…
5 terms
virus
pathogen
virus
capsid
host cell
disease causing agent
particle made up of nucleic acid protein and in some cases li…
outer coat of protein of a virus
a cell that harbors foreign molecules viruses or microorganisms
pathogen
disease causing agent
virus
particle made up of nucleic acid protein and in some cases li…
Virus
Naked and enveloped viruses
Virus positive strand
Virus negative strand
Function of capsid
Enveloped have peplomers and matrix as well as a hos derived…
can function as a mRNA
functions as template
Attach to cell surface, protection, antigenicity
Naked and enveloped viruses
Enveloped have peplomers and matrix as well as a hos derived…
Virus positive strand
can function as a mRNA
virus
oxygen
lytic cycle
host
protein coat
Gas that enters the blood through the lungs and travels to th…
a viral reproductive cycle in which copies of a virus are mad…
An organism that provides a source of energy for a virus or a…
a virus' DNA is surrounded by a
oxygen
Gas that enters the blood through the lungs and travels to th…
lytic cycle
a viral reproductive cycle in which copies of a virus are mad…
29 terms
Virus
Virus
Basic composition of virus
Size of viruses
Capsid
Not living and not dead... Not cellular... They are particles... Must…
Genetic material and protein coat
20 - 200 nm
A protein coat surrounding the nucleic acid... Made of capsomere…
Virus
Not living and not dead... Not cellular... They are particles... Must…
Basic composition of virus
Genetic material and protein coat
Virus
Virus
capsid
Host
Viral Latency
A non-cellular particle made up of genetics material surround…
The protein coat that surround the DNA or RNA core of a virus.
An organism that is infected by a virus or other parasitic or…
A time period when a host is infected by a virus but it is no…
Virus
A non-cellular particle made up of genetics material surround…
capsid
The protein coat that surround the DNA or RNA core of a virus.
9 terms
Virus
Virus
Capsid
Host
Viral Latency
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus.
An organism that is infected by a virus or other parasitic or…
A time period when a host is infected by a virus but it is no…
Virus
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
Capsid
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus.
Virus
Virus
capsid
Host
Viral Latency
A non cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
An organism that is infected by a virus or other parasitic or…
A team period when a host is infected by a virus but it is no…
Virus
A non cellular particle made up of genetic material surrounde…
capsid
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
9 terms
Virus
Virus
Capsid
Host
Viral Latency
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic materials surround…
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
An organism that is infected by a virus or other parasitic or…
A time period when a host is infected by a virus but it is no…
Virus
A non-cellular particle made up of genetic materials surround…
Capsid
The protein coat that surrounds the DNA or RNA core of a virus
18 terms
Virus
virus
capsid
lytic cycle
lysogenic cycle
stand of genetic material in a protein coat
outer layer of the virus
virus genes instruct infected cell to make new dna, and relea…
the virus enters a cell and rewrites DNA, but then often lays…
virus
stand of genetic material in a protein coat
capsid
outer layer of the virus
virus
virus
capsid
tobacco mosaic virus or rant
respiratory system/ adenovirus
is a lifeless particle, has no cell respiration and cant repr…
the virus protein protective coat
virus
is a lifeless particle, has no cell respiration and cant repr…
capsid
the virus protein protective coat
Virus
Virus
Parasite
Viruses are not considered living beca…
A virus contains genetic material in
a small nonliving particle that invades and then reproduces i…
organism that live on/in a host and causes harm to the host
they are NOT made of cells and do not show all characteristic…
the core
Virus
a small nonliving particle that invades and then reproduces i…
Parasite
organism that live on/in a host and causes harm to the host
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