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Friendly Bio. Ch 18

Vocabulary Terminology for Chapter 18 in Friendly Biology

Question or TermAnswer or Definition
Prokaryotes Means they have no nuclear membrane or organized organelles and are members of the Kingdom Monera.
Unicellular Means they solely consist of one cell and are members of the Kingdom Monera.
Binary Fission and Budding Are the primary forms of reproduction in the Kingdom Monera.
Phylum Schizophyta Is included in Kingdom Monera and includes the bacteria which causes disease.
Members of Phylum Schizophyta either live As parasites on living things or off dead living things.
Capsid Is the name of the protein coat that encloses strands of DNA or RNA of Viruses.
Obligate intracellular organisms Are viruses because they must live within cells of a host to survive.
Vaccines Are the main way we control viruses.
Antibodies or immunoglobulins Are produced by our body’s immune system when stimulated by a vaccine to fight off disease when encountered at a later time.
Viruses Work by entering a host cell and take control of the cell’s DNA in an effort to create more viruses and then the host cell dies.
Virus classification Is either DNA or RNA.
Antibiotics Is another way to control viruses, but isn’t usually successful.
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