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Chapter 10 Virology

Ivy Tech Community College

Virology take-home assignment.

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2.Last name of the scientist that developed techniques for using tissues and membranes to grow viruses.
4.Last name of the scientist that proposed that a viral infection could hijack the control center of a cell.
5.Different types of hosts that a virus will infect.
8.Protein that is on the outside of a virus that is responsible for attaching to the host cell for entry.
9.Viral genetic material that resides in a host cell's chromosome.
10.Type of infection where the viral DNA lies quietly in the nucleus of cell; no new viral particles are produced.
11.Protein subunit that is used to build the capsid.
13.Abnormal appearance in the nucleus of cell infected with a DNA virus. Used as a diagnostic clue.
16.Refers to the specific kinds of cells in a host that a virus can infect.
17.Last name of the scientist that proposed lysogeny and gave the formal definition of a virus.
18.Type of infection where viral particles are continually being produced.
19.Type of virus that does not have a phospholipid bilary surrounding it.
20.Viral enzyme that incorporates viral genetic material into a host cell's chromosome.
1.Viral enzyme that synthesizes DNA ,by complementary basepairing, using viral RNA as a guide.
3.Phospholipid bilayer that surrounds some viruses.
6.Protein molecule that has sugars attached to it. Found on the surface of a virus.
7.Viral release by exocytosis.
12.Mass of fused cells. Viral fusion protein causes neighboring cell's membranes to fuse.
14.Proteins produced and secreted by cells infected with a virus which stimulate production of antiviral proteins in neighboring cells.
15.Viral particle that is capable of infecting a cell.

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