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Lecture Outline 7 – Viruses, Viroids and prions I. What is a Virus? II. Discovery of Viruses A. Tobacco Mosaic Virus (TMV) III. Viral Structure A. Helical B. Icosohedral C. Enveloped D. Complex IV. Viral Classification A. DNA a. Single versus double stranded b. Enveloped versus non-enveloped c. Linear versus circular B. RNA a. Single versus double b. mRNA versus template c. enveloped versus non-enveloped V. Virus Life cycle
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Unformatted text preview: A. General B. Enveloped C. Retrovirus VI. Bacteriophage reproduction A. 5 steps a. Attachment b. Penetration c. Replication d. Assembly e. Release B. 2 modes of reproduction a. Lytic versus lysogenic VII. Viroids VIII. Prions IX. Theories of virus origins A. Intracellular parasites B. Transferable genetic elements C. Self-replicating RNA molecules...
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