Chapter 13 Quiz - The enveloped viruses typically obtain their envelope from a newly constructed viral-derived membrane from endoplasmic reticulum

Chapter 13 Quiz - The enveloped viruses typically...

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The enveloped viruses typically obtain their envelopefrom a newly constructed viral-derived membrane.from endoplasmic reticulum in the host.from the host peptidoglycan as they exit.from the nuclear membrane as they exit the host.from the host cytoplasmic membrane as they exit the host. You are a volunteer for Nurses Without Borders and are being sent to a country in Africa. You areexcited, because you will have opportunities to go on safari, but you are also somewhat concerned because you have learned from the CDC website that there is currently cholera in the country to which you are going. Patients with cholera experience vomiting and severe diarrhea, producing several liters of liquid stool in a day. This results in signs of dehydration, including sunken eyes, muscle cramps, and in a few cases, convulsions and death. Cholera is caused by the bacterium Vibrio cholerae. You make a list of questions about V. choleraethat you answer with the help of your nursing school study group. All bacteriophages must be able to: What part of the attached bacteriophage enters through the host cell wall?
The correct order for the stages of a phage infection isattachment, replication of nucleic acid and protein, penetration, transcription, assembly, release.attachment, penetration, transcription, replication of nucleic acid and protein, assembly, release.penetration, transcription, attachment, replication of nucleic acid and protein, assembly, release.attachment, replication of nucleic acid and protein, assembly, penetration, transcription, release.transcription, attachment, replication of nucleic acid and protein, assembly, penetration, release.Which statement about most phages that contain single-stranded DNA is NOT true?
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