Virus (Acellular life/ Variety of Life)

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Virus (Acellular life/ Variety of Life)

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What is size range of viruses:

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The viruses can reproduce:

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 All viruses are can reproduce within living organisms only, so they are known as:

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 The enzymes involved in viral replication are synthesized:

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Poxvirus has:

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 Influenza virus protein HA binds with_____ residues found on the surface of respiratory epithelial cells.

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These are largest animal viruses:

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Herpes simplex is caused by virus

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 About 60% of adults are immune to disease:

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Genetically engineered vaccine is not available for:

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 Which one is not RNA virus?

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A disease which is highly contagious is:

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 Infectious Hepatitis is caused by:

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The infectious proteins are:

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 Hepatitis B is also called:

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Pigs are reservoirs to:

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 What is the first step in the replication of bacteriophage?

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Which can convert normal cells into cancer cells?

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All are HIV symptoms except:

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Which specialised enzyme do retrovirus have?

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AIDS is caused by: 

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 Which one of the following cells are mainly infected by HIV?

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 In HIV viruses, reverse transcriptase convert single stranded RNA into double stranded viral DNA. This process is called: 

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HIV belongs to the group of viruses called: 

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 What are the sequence of steps in which a bacteriophage attacks bacteria and injects its DNA?

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What is the function of lysozyme released by bacteriophages?

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 Bacteriophages have been used widely in genetic research, since they are the smallest and simples biological entities capable of:

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The phage that causes the lytic cycle is called: 

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 The life cycle in which the phage kills the bacteria is known as:

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Bacteriophages are:

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The process in which the phage is is called a prophage is termed as:

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 Temperate phage may exist as:

 

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 In the lytic cycle of a bacteriophage, the host DNA is:

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 What molecule would you not expect to find in a retrovirus?

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 Viruses are simplest organisms and:

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The number of capsomeres in capsid of adenovirus: 

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The number of capsomere present in herpes virus capsid is:

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An isolated virus is not considered living, since it:

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When were bacteriophages discovered by Twort?

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 First infectious disease against which, effective method of prevention was developed:

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 Pox virus is different from all others due to:

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.Viruses are classified into many groups on the basis of:

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