VIRUSES lesson 4: Bacteriophages Quiz

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  1. 1. Both polio and herpes are viruses that like to migrate into nerve cells.

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  2. 2. Chickenpox is not really a pox family virus.

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  3. 3. Which one of these events in the life cycle of herpes occurs outside the nucleus?

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  4. 4. How long can a herpes virus stay in its lysogenic (dormant) stage?

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  5. 5. Which of these is NOT true of herpes simplex?

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  6. 6. Which of these cell receptors does poliovirus use?

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  7. 7. Which virus chops and shreds cellular DNA inside the nucleus?

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  8. 8. There are many herpes family viruses that don’t infect humans.

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  9. 9. What does the poliovirus do in its replication complexes?

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  10. 10. Which of these is NOT a job done by one of herpes’ tegument proteins?

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  11. 11. From which cell part does herpes get its envelope?

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  12. 12. Which of these is NOT true about poliovirus?

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  13. 13. Proteins “scissors” (proteases) can cut any protein.

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  14. 14. Why does herpes stop the ER from making MHC1 flags?

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  15. 15. Polio and herpes are equally destructive to Golgi bodies.

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