Microbiology - Viruses From Animal and Plants

Exercise : Viruses From Animal and Plants - Section 1
  • Viruses From Animal and Plants - Section 1
26.
Supercoiling refers to the extra turns in the structure of ds DNA due to the action of
DNA gyrase
DNA pyrase
RNA gyrase
RNA pyrase
Answer: Option
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27.
The tissue structure deteriorates as the virus multiplies. This deterioration is called
aneuploidy
protopathic effect
cytopathic effect
none of these
Answer: Option
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28.
The structural abnormality of cells is termed as
hyperplasia
anaplasia
metastasis
all of these
Answer: Option
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29.
The penetration of animal viruses into attached cells occur by mechanisms consisting of engulfment of whole virions by the cells in a phagocytic process called
vitropexis
viropexis
ectodesmata
vivopexis
Answer: Option
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30.
Viropexis takes place in the phagocytic vacuoles and is due to the action of enzymes
DNA gyrase
lysosomal protease
lysosomal lipase
all of these
Answer: Option
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