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Virus Module Set 2

Virions infect ALL cell types
Bacteriophages Bacterial viruses
Few archeal viruses are Virions
Most virions are Eukaryotic viruses
Virions are classified into families based on: Genome structure Life cycle Morphology Genetic relatedness
Host for animal viruses include _____ animals Suitable
Host for animal viruses include _____ eggs Embryonated
Host for animal viruses include _____ cultures Tissue (cell)
Tissue (cell) cultures: Monolayers of animal cells
Plaques Localized area of cellular destruction and lysis
Cytopathic effects: Micro-/macroscopic degenerative changes/abnormalities in host cells and tissues
bacteriophages usually cultivated in broth or agar cultures of Suitable, young, actively growing bacteria
Broth cultures lose _____ as viruses reproduce Turbidity (cloudiness)
Plaques are observed on Agar cultures
Host for plant viruses include plant _____ cultures Tissue and protoplast
Host for plant viruses include _____ Suitable whole plants
Created by: Whereis_raye