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MOLB Chapter 13

Viruses, Viroids, and Prions

TermDefinition
Virus contain either RNA or DNA require a host to multiply No ribosomes No ATP generator contain protein coat-capsid has host range
Prions proteins that is misfolded, interacts with other proteins to cause them to misfold, hard to destroy
Bacteriophages or phages A virus that infects bacterial cells
Viron A mature/complete virus that is found outside a host cell
Capsid protein coat on a virus
Envelope made of protein/lipid/carbs
plaques Clearings visible in a lawn of bacteria
Lytic cycle method of viral reproduction that destroys the host cell
Lysogenic cycle method of viral reproduction in which the hosts DNA is conjoined with the viral DNA
How to grow viruses in the lab 1. use of live animals 2. use of embryonated eggs 3. use of cell culture-preffered
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