Old Exam Q's 8-26

Old Exam Q's 8-26 - Old Exam Questions Lecture 8/26 1....

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Old Exam Questions Lecture 8/26 1. Colds, AIDS, and Ebola are caused by a. Prions b. Plants c. Fungi d. Viruses Question from Fall 2001 2. What is a prion? a. naked protein that parasitizes nerve cells. b. naked DNA (or RNA) that parasitizes many kinds of cells. c. naked lipid (fat) that parasitizes muscle cells. d. a type of virus. Question from Fall 2001 3. When might we consider a virus to be living? a. when it receives water. b. when it takes over a cell. c. it is always considered living. d. it is never considered living. Question from Fall 2006 4. Which of the following best illustrates a difference between viruses and prions? a. viruses need cells to be considered living, while prions do not b. prions are more complicated, structurally and chemically, than viruses c. prions need cells to be considered living, while viruses do not d. viruses are more complicated, structurally and chemically, than prions Question from Fall 2006 5. The human disease HIV (causes AIDS) illustrates only too well which feature charac-
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