VIRUSES lesson 6: Inside a Cell Quiz

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  1. A virus that has a genome made of DNA will probably be very interested in going into the nucleus.1
  2. Which place is most dangerous to a virus?1
  3. Cellular “scissor” enzymes can only cut one thing.1
  4. Which organelle makes energy for the cell?1
  5. Which part of the cell contains many copying machines?1
  6. Which of these is NOT made of lipids?1
  7. What are lipids made of?1
  8. Sometimes very long protein chains need helpers to make sure they get folded correctly.1
  9. What does a polymerase make?1
  10. Which organelle is most like a post office?1
  11. Which one of these is NOT a raw material that the cell uses?1
  12. Which cell part digests and recycles?1
  13. Cellular “mailing labels” are usually made of lipids.1
  14. Which of these structures has a “clip” at the top?1
  15. Nucleotides are used to make:1
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