VIRUSES lesson 1: Morphology and anatomy Quiz

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  1. The only parts that ALL viruses have in common are: a capsid and a genome.1
  2. Which of these viruses looks like a bullet?1
  3. How many sides does an icosahedron have?1
  4. Where did the name “Ebola” come from?1
  5. Where do you find a virus’s matrix (if it has one)?1
  6. Which of the viruses attacks plants?1
  7. Which one of these atoms is NOT in an amino acid molecule?1
  8. What does the Pandoravirus attack?1
  9. Where does a virus gets its lipid envelope (if it has one)?1
  10. Sometimes you find tiny proteins inside a capsid, along with the genome of DNA or RNA.1
  11. Which one of these letters never appears in DNA or RNA?1
  12. What are proteins made of?1
  13. What is a virus capsid made of?1
  14. Why does a virus have spikes?1
  15. Which of these viruses is the smallest?1
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