Quiz_9 - Quiz 9 CHAPTER 14 AND PART OF CHAPTER 15 T.A...

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Quiz 9 CHAPTER 14 AND PART OF CHAPTER 15 T.A Shafkat Hussain Answer key will be emailed 7 correct= full credit, at least 4 correct= half credit 1. Which disease is not caused by an RNA virus? A. Encephalitis B. Ebola C. cystitis D. Infectious mononucleosis . E. influenza. 2. Which is a correct statement below concerning DNA viruses? A. Early genes are transcribed and translated to make viral reverse transcriptase. B . Capsid protein is matured in the nucleus and travels to cytoplasm. C. double stranded DNA -RNA hybrid travels to nucleus. D . new hepadna viridae particles bud off endoplasmic reticulum and does not kill the cell . 3. Oncogenic viruses are usually DNA viruses, the explanation for this is that A. the viral DNA integrates with plasmid DNA causing abnormal protein product. B. they carry an mRNA product of an oncogene that translated it into an oncoprotein C. the viral DNa always integrates into a specific place in the host chromosome avoiding genes that are involved in cell cycle regulation such as myc. D. The viral DNA can carry a mutated form of regular cellular gene, and when integrated
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