VIRUSES lesson 5: How Viruses Enter Cells Quiz

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  1. 1. All viruses need to merge (fuse) with the host membrane.

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  2. 2. Can you remember which of these is a naked virus with no envelope?

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  3. 3. Which one of these could NOT be a type of influenza?

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  4. 4. Cell receptors where viruses bind were first discovered while Mrs. McHenry (the author) was a young adult.

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  5. 5. Cells have identification tags.

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  6. 6. Some enzymes act like scissors.

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  7. 7. Cell can’t communicate because they can’t talk.

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  8. 8. Why are the proton pumps so important in these lessons?

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  9. 9. Which is true of a motor protein?

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  10. 10. Which receptor does coronavirus attach to?

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  11. 11. Some viruses can stick to red blood cells.

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  12. 12. What does “clathrin coating” of an endosome do?

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  13. 13. CD4 is found on T cells, which are important members of your immune system. Which virus attaches to CD4?

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  14. 14. REVIEW: Which cycle is the one where the virus hides for a long time inside the host’s genome?

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  15. 15. Which of these is NOT a glycoprotein?

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