VIRUS MORPHOLOGY
VIRUS ANATOMY
CELL ANATOMY
BACTERIOPHAGES
GENOMES
100

Which virus looks like a drinking straw?

a) influenza        b) TMV

c) ebolavirus      d) rabies

b) tobacco mosaic (TMV)

100

Which of these has a head and tail?

a) Pandoravirus     b) ebolavirus

c) parvovirus       d) bacteriophage

d) bacteriophage

100

Which of these parts is like a library?

a) nucleus    b) Golgi body

c) ribosome    d) mitochondria

a) nucleus

100

Which of these is NOT part of a phage?

a) head    b) tail    c) collar

d) spike    e) sheath   f) fiber

d) spike

100

Which of these has the smallest genome?

a) polio    b) influenza

c) HIV     d) bacteriophage

a) polio

200

Which virus is shaped like a bullet?

a) ebolavirus      b) TMV

c) rabies      d) polio

c) rabies

200

Which of these has a capsid shaped like a bow tie?

a) smallpox     b) chickenpox

c) Pandoravirus    d) measles

a) smallpox

200

Which of these parts is like a power station?

a) nucleus    b) Golgi body

c) ribosome    d) mitochondria

d) mitochondria

200
Do phages ever infect human cells?


a) yes     b) no


b) no

200

Which of these is not a part of an RNA genome?

a) IRES     b) non-structural genes

c) polyA tail    d) thymine

d) thymine (which is found only in DNA)

300

Which of these has very flat attachment proteins?

a) polio     b) influenza

c) adenovirus    d) coronavirus

a) polio

300

Which of these has a pear-shaped capsid?

a) smallpox    b) HIV

c) measles    d) bacteriophages

b) HIV

300

Which of these parts is most like a post office?

a) nucleus      b) Golgi body

c) ribosome   d) mitochondria

b) Golgi body

300

What do phages use to get through a bacteria's peptidoglycan "fence"?

a) lysozymes    b) protein needle

c) tail fibers    d) toxins

a) lysozymes

300

Which of these is not a part of an RNA genome?

a) IRES     b) non-structural genes

c) polyA tail    d) thymine

d) thymine (which is found only in DNA)

400

Which of these has the greatest number of spikes on its surface?

a) HIV     b) coronavirus

c) adenovirus    d) poliovirus

b) coronavirus

400

What do you call the tiny layer of protein right under the envelope?

a) matrix     b) capsid

c) tegument    d) nucleoprotein

a) matrix

400

What are microtubules most like?

a) boxes     b) roads

c) vehicles     d) tunnels

b) roads

400

Which of these diseases cannot be cured by phage therapy?

a) cholera     b) yellow fever

c) black plague   d) typhus

b) yellow fever (because it is caused by a virus, not a bacteria)

400

Which of these has its genome wrapped around protein (histone) spools?

a) coronavirus    b) papilloma

c) parvo    d) HIV

b) papilloma

500

Which of these is the smallest?

a) influenza     b) polio

c) herpes      d) papilloma

b) polio

500

Which of these has stolen MHC flags in its envelope?

a) influenza    b) smallpox

c) HIV    d) corona

c) HIV

500

Which organelle recycles parts, breaking them down into raw materials?

a) Golgi body     b) lysosome

c) ribosome    d) vesicles

b) lysosome
500

Which of these can show you if phages are killing bacteria?

a) agglutination test    b) plaque assay

c) x-ray crystallography   d) PCR

b) plaque assays

500

Which of these genomes can be read by ribosomes?

a) double-stranded DNA    b) RNA (+)

c) single-stranded DNA    d) RNA (-)

b) RNA (+)

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