VIRUSES lesson 5: How Viruses Enter Cells Quiz

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  1. Some enzymes act like scissors.1
  2. Cell receptors where viruses bind were first discovered while Mrs. McHenry (the author) was a young adult.1
  3. REVIEW: Which cycle is the one where the virus hides for a long time inside the host’s genome?1
  4. Which one of these could NOT be a type of influenza?1
  5. Cell can’t communicate because they can’t talk.1
  6. What does “clathrin coating” of an endosome do?1
  7. All viruses need to merge (fuse) with the host membrane.1
  8. Can you remember which of these is a naked virus with no envelope?1
  9. Which of these is NOT a glycoprotein?1
  10. Which is true of a motor protein?1
  11. Some viruses can stick to red blood cells.1
  12. Cells have identification tags.1
  13. Which receptor does coronavirus attach to?1
  14. Why are the proton pumps so important in these lessons?1
  15. CD4 is found on T cells, which are important members of your immune system. Which virus attaches to CD4?1
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