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11 -- Part 25: The Prokaryotes: Domains Bacteria and Archaea
Prions were discovered in the 1980s.
Prion diseases, such as mad cow disease, can cause tumors when injected into brain tissue.
There are oncogenic viruses in the Adenoviridae.
The presence of insects is related to the virus's ability to produce tumors.
There are plant viruses in the insect.
A proviruses can remain in the body and can cause diseases, such as potato spindle tuber disease.
Oncolytic viruses can cause cancer.
Some antibiotics are active.
Panton the Answers is at the back of the textbook.
There is a life-threatening disease.
Koch's postulates are used to determine the cause of a disease.
There are four properties that define a virus.
The principal events of attachment are labeled by drawing it.
Plant viruses can be cultured.
Name the viral family that causes infections that can recur because of latency, and has polyhedral geometry.
The most likely order for the synthesis of a bacteriophage is (1) phage lysozyme, (2) mRNA, (3) DNA,(4) viral proteins, and(5) DNA polymerase.
There is a strand ofRNA Picornaviruses.
A strand of togaviruses.
There are 2 strands of rhabdoviruses.
It causes a virus.
A strand ofRNA must be synthesised.
The double-stranded RNA needs to be synthesised.
In some viruses, capsomeres are used as templates.
A template for a strand of DNA is needed.
There is an example of lysogeny in animals.
A chest X-ray examination shows lung infiltrates and regulates the ability of a virus to spread.
There are two types of Viruses: DNA orRNA.
The nucleusc acid of a virus is surrounded by a coat.
The synthesis of infectious elements is caused by Viruses.
There are Viruses inside living cells.
They are found in a host by the rapid development of respiratory failure.
36 cases of this disease, with a 50% mortality rate, had been nucleic acid by the end of the cell.
This disease could be caused by adenoviruses.
The disease is carried by mice.
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