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virus
non cellular particle that can reproduce only within living tissues
Which of the following structures are found in a bacteria?
a) mitochondria
b) nucleus
c) cell membrance
d) none of the above
c) cell membrane
parasite
living on living tissues
order of infection
1) binding to receptor cite
2) entering cell or injecting genetic material
3) integration with host DNA
4) "restinG", waiting for the moment to replicate
5) taking over cell "machinery"
Viruses are __________

)biological particles but not living
b) considered to be living organisms
c) contain both DNA and RNA inside their protein coat
d) it does not contain any carbon
a) biological particles but not living
Viruses have various shapes , but all have a core of DNA or RNA surrounded by
a) fat
b) carbohydrate
c) sugar molecules
d) protein
d) protein
Viruses are
a) unicellular
b) colonial
c) subcellular
d) noncellular
d) noncellular
lysogenic
host incorportates viral DNA without apparent harm
an infected bacteria produces phage (or viral) particles because
Its DNA has been altered by the phage DNA
Whihc of the following structures are found in a virus
a) cytoplasm
b) nucleus
c) cell membrane
d) none of the above
d) none of the above
lytic cycle
the breakdown of a cell from a viral invasion
virulence
capable of causing a disease