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Grade 7 Microbiology
There are two types of viruses: active viruses and latent viruses. An active virus reproduces and destroys the cell it attacks, where as a latent virus:
  1. injects its hereditary material into a cell and immediately destroys the cell
  2. injects its hereditary material with the active virus
  3. injects its hereditary material into the host cell and becomes part of the cell's existing hereditary material without destroying the cell or making new viruses
  4. injects its hereditary material into the host cell and remains does not harm, change, or destroy, the cell in any way
Grade 9 Microbiology
There are two types of viruses: active viruses and hidden viruses. An active virus reproduces and destroys the cell it attacks. Which describes a hidden virus?
  1. The virus's genetic material takes over the functions of the attacked cell immediately.
  2. The virus attaches to the surface of a bacterium, injects genetic material, takes over cells functions, produces proteins, and destroys the cell.
  3. The genetic material of the virus is injected into the cell's genetic material and becomes a part of the cell's DNA until triggered to reproduce.
  4. The virus survives only in water.
Continuing Education Microbiology
HIV stands for what?
  1. Human Inflamed Virus
  2. Human Irritate Virus
  3. Human Immunodeficiency Virus
  4. Human Elated Virus
Grade 6 Microbiology
Where are copies of a virus made?
  1. Inside a cell that is free of the virus
  2. Inside a cell that the virus infects
  3. On the outer wall of the virus
  4. Inside the virus
College Microbiology
The causative agent of a disease that causes the disease include                                                 .
  1. fungus, rickettsia, virus
  2. bacteria,virus, protozoan
  3. virus, fungus, rickettsia
  4. virus, bacteria, fungus, rickettsia or protozoan
Grade 10 Microbiology
Viruses are living.
  1. True
  2. False
Graduate Microbiology
Is a virus alive?
  1. Yes, it possesses all of the requirements for life.
  2. Yes, it possesses enough of the requirements for life to be considered living
  3. No, it does not possess all of the requirements for life.
  4. No, it does not possess any of the requirements for life
Continuing Education Microbiology
Which is the correct order when going from smallest to largest organism?
  1. bacteria, virus, fungi
  2. fungi, bacteria, virus
  3. they are all the same
  4. virus, bacteria, fungi
Grade 10 Microbiology

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Grade 7 Microbiology
What is a virus?
  1. two-part structure that makes proteins
  2. strand of hereditary materials surrounded by protein coating
  3. directs all cell activity
  4. structure within the nucleolus
Grade 6 Microbiology
Viruses multiply by                               .
  1. conjugation
  2. binary fission
  3. taking over a cell's functions
  4. both asexually and sexually
Grade 10 Microbiology

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Grade 9 Microbiology
What is a virus?
  1. a bacterial cell
  2. a red blood cell
  3. a white blood cell
  4. an infectious agent
Grade 10 Microbiology
Viruses are cells.
  1. True
  2. False
Grade 9 Supporting Details CCSS: CCRA.R.3, RI.9-10.3

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What information does the text give about a virus that it does not give about a worm?
  1. Information on how to get rid of a virus
  2. A definition of what a virus is
  3. Specific examples of a virus in action
  4. Details to expand upon the definition of a virus
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