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Exam Name___________________________________ MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question. 1) What characteristics of electron microscopes make them most useful for studying viruses? 1) A) high energy electrons with high penetrance B) shorter wavelengths providing higher resolution C) necessity for specimens to be dry and fixed D) requirement that specimens be viewed in a vacuum E) use of magnetic fields to focus electrons 2) Viral genomes vary greatly in size and may include from four genes to several hundred genes. Which of the following viral features is most apt to correlate with the size of the genome? 2) A) size of the viral capsomeres B) glycoproteins of the envelope C) size and shape of the capsid D) RNA versus DNA genome E) double versus single strand genomes 3) Viral envelopes can best be analyzed with which of the following techniques? 3) A) antibodies against specific proteins not found in the host membranes B) use of plaque assays for quantitative measurement of viral titer C) transmission electron microscopy D) staining and visualization with the light microscope E) immunofluorescent tagging of capsid proteins 4) The host range of a virus is determined by 4) A) the proteins in the host's cytoplasm. B) whether its nucleic acid is DNA or RNA. C) the enzymes carried by the virus. D) the proteins on its surface and that of the host. E) the enzymes produced by the virus before it infects the cell. 5) Why are viruses referred to as obligate parasites? 5) A) They cannot reproduce outside of a host cell. B) They must use enzymes encoded by the virus itself. C) They can incorporate nucleic acids from other viruses. D) Viral DNA always inserts itself into host DNA. E) They invariably kill any cell they infect. 6) Which of the following molecules make up the viral envelope? 6) A) carboproteins B) proteosugars C) carbopeptides D) peptidocarbs E) glycoproteins 1
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7) Most human - infecting viruses are maintained in the human population only. However, a zoonosis is a disease that is transmitted from other vertebrates to humans, at least sporadically, without requiring viral mutation. Which of the following is the best example of a zoonosis? 7) A) rabies B) hepatitis virus C) smallpox D) HIV E) herpesvirus Use the following information to answer the following questions. In 1971, David Baltimore described a scheme for classifying viruses based on how the virus produces mRNA. The table below shows the results of testing five viruses for nuclease specificity, the ability of the virus to act as an mRNA, and presence ( + ) or absence ( - ) of its own viral polymerase. Virus Nuclease Sensitivity Genome as mRNA Polymerase A Dnase - - B Rnase + - C Dnase - + D Rnase - + E Rnase + - 8) Given Baltimore's scheme, a positive sense single - stranded RNA virus such as the polio virus would be most closely related to which of the following? 8)
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2011 for the course BIO 1105 taught by Professor Dawkins during the Spring '10 term at McKendree.

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