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BIO 307D Exam #3 Sample Questions 1. Human immunodeficiency virus has a high mutation rate due to the imprecise operation of the viral : a) RNA polymerase d) integrase b) CD4 receptor e) protease c) reverse transcriptase 2. As applied to the taxonomy of HIV, the term ‘clade’ describes: a) Lentiviruses in general b) HIV-2 viruses c) SIVs that infected humans d) individual HIV mutant viruses e) subgroups of HIV-1, each of which presumably share a common ancestor 3. The HIV protein responsible for cutting larger polyproteins into capsid and matrix proteins during viral assembly is: a) reverse transcriptase d) tat protein b) viral protease e) rev protein c) RNase 4. Which of the following refers to the initial growth of a microorganism in the body? a) infection d) disease b) pathogenicity e) intoxication c) invasion 5. The chemical composition of endotoxin is: a) lipopolysaccharide d) protein b) peptidoglycan e) all of the above c) polynucleotide 6. A microbe that is normally associated with the human body without causing disease, but can
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This note was uploaded on 01/23/2010 for the course BIO 307D taught by Professor Moore during the Fall '09 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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SampleQuestions_Exam3 - BIO 307D Exam #3 Sample Questions...

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