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Viruses and Bacteria

SLS-Bio11

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Antibody Any one of the y shaped gamma goblin proteins found in the blood or lymph, and produced by B cells as an immune defence mechanism against antigens.
Antigen A substance that enters the body and starts a process that can cause disease. (Antibodies then fight this off)
DNA A macromolecule known as a nuclei acid , shaped as a double helix with long sugar and phosphate groups along with nitrogenous bases ATGC
Host cell An animal or plant on or in which a parasite or commensalism organism lives
Lymposyte The white blood cell of the blood derived from the stem cells of the lymphoid series of vertebrates.
Lysogenic cycle A viral reproduction involved by integration of the bacteriophage nucleic acid into the host bacterium so genome or formations of a circular replicant in the bacterium so cytoplasm
Lytic cycle The main method of viral reproduction because it ends in the lysis of the infected cell releasing the progeny viruses that will in turn spread and infect other cells
Membranous envelope A double layer of lipid, contains proteins that surrounds biological cells
Mucous membrane An epithelial tissue that secretes mucous and that lines many body cavity a and tubular organs
Nucleic acid core It is a core that which is part of a nuclear reactor where binary fission occurs
Phagosytic white blood cell Cells that protect the body by ingesting harmful foreign particles, bacteria and dead or dying cells.
Line of defence A line of defence that protects the cell, the skin, lysozymes, blood clotting, mucous and cillia, and the cell wall are lines of defence
Primary line of defense Usually having first, direct contact external environment.
Protein Capsid The capsid is the protein shell of any virus. Made up of many oligomrric structural subunits called protomers
RNA Ribonucleic acid that is present is all living cells. It is the messenger of the cell carri g instructions from Dna for controlling the synthesis and proteins
Secondary line of defense A group of cells, tissues and organs that work together to protect the body (immune system)
Tertiary line of defense Anything such as antibodies, antigens or any invaders that pass through the first and second line of defence
Viral speciacity A virus is selective in the organisms it infects, the type of cells and the disease it produces
White blood cell Fighting blood cell ( leukocyte )
Aerobic respiration "With air" breathing where oxygen is needed
Antibiotic A medicine that inhibits the growth of or destroys micro organisms
Antiseptic Substances that prevent the growth of disease-causing micro organisms
Binary fission Is a kind of asexual reproduction, most common use of reproduction in prokaryotes
Classification The process of classifying something according to shared equalities or characteristics
Conjugation The formation or existence of a link or connection between things in particular.
Disinfectant A chemical liquid that destroys bacteria
Ecological role A niche and position a species has in its environment
Fermentation A metabolic process that converts sugars to acids, gases or alcohol it occurs in yeast and bacteria
Motate To move from one location to the next
Mutate Change or cause to change in form or nature
Mutation The action or process of mutating from something harmul
Photosynthesis The act plants do to get energy from the sun
Prokaryote A microscopic single called organism with only one district nucleus with a membrane
Resistant/Resistance The refusal to accept or comply with something, the ability to be affected by something
Created by: jerskine