VIRUSES lesson 6: Inside a Cell Quiz

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  1. 1. Which one of these is NOT a raw material that the cell uses?

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  2. 2. Nucleotides are used to make:

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  3. 3. Sometimes very long protein chains need helpers to make sure they get folded correctly.

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  4. 4. What are lipids made of?

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  5. 5. Which organelle makes energy for the cell?

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  6. 6. A virus that has a genome made of DNA will probably be very interested in going into the nucleus.

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  7. 7. Which part of the cell contains many copying machines?

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  8. 8. Which place is most dangerous to a virus?

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  9. 9. What does a polymerase make?

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  10. 10. Which organelle is most like a post office?

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  11. 11. Which of these is NOT made of lipids?

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  12. 12. Which of these structures has a “clip” at the top?

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  13. 13. Which cell part digests and recycles?

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  14. 14. Cellular “mailing labels” are usually made of lipids.

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  15. 15. Cellular “scissor” enzymes can only cut one thing.

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