SOQ 18 1. Viruses are strands of nucleic acid encased within a protein coat. They can contain either RNA or DNA. Plant viruses have a cylindrical coat around the virus, the shape of which is determined by the RNA around it. Animal viruses have a two
Study Objective Questions # 17 Chapter 25
1. Describe polynomial and binomial nomenclature. Which do we use today? Polynomial nomenclature gave many names, was very descriptive but also very cumbersome Carl Linneaus introduced a binomial nomenclatur
Study Objective Questions # 19
1. What are the two major groups of prokaryotes? Archaebacteria and bacteria 2. How do prokaryotes differ from eukaryotes? Can these differences be used in the treatment of bacterial disease (infection)? How?