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1. F. In general, RNA polymerase does not require a primer. 2. F. CaMV codes for RT 3. F. Actinomycin D inhibits cellular DdRp. 4. T. 5. F. T*60 = Total. 150*6 = 900 hexamers. 12*5 = 60 pentamers. 960/60 = 16. 6. 1 > F. Most viruses are not transmitted by pollen. 2 > F. Circulative viruses do not replicate in arthropod vectors. 3 > F. This is an example of vegetative transmission. 4 > F. Propagative viruses allow transovarian transmission, not circulative viruses. 5 > F. Plant viruses use transfer proteins to get into plant cells, not by endocytosis. 7. 1 > F. Norwalk does not have envelope. 2 > F. Bornholm Disease is herpangia, not pleurodynia. 3 > F. Polio-like paralysis is not common for Coxsackie infection. 4 > F. Norwalk belongs to Caliciviridae, and has 3 ORF’s. 5 > F. Potyviruses do not make subgenomes. 8. 1 > F. GP120 is not a fusion protein. 2 > F. Asparagine. 3 > F. Hydrogen bonds or hydrophobic interactions, not covalent bonding. 4 > F. This description is about TMV. 5 > T.
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