Question: 5.7B – Match the various types of non-cellular agents with the most appropriate description Hint:…


5.7B - Match the various types of non-cellular agents with the most appropriate description Hint: Some terms (like bacteriophage and prophage) are very similar. So be sure to use the most correct term for each description. Not all terms will be used. A virus that inserts its DNA into the host chromosome, Lytic Virus leading to abnormalities in Oncovirus the DNA that could [ Choose ] Megalovirus eventually cause cancer. Hepatovirus Bacteriophage Prophage Viroid Prion A virus that inserts its DNA into the host chromosome s that at a later time, the viral DNA can excise itself and be used to produce more viral particles. Virus Retrovirus Provirus A virus that injects its DNA [Choose ] into a prokaryote, inserting the viral DNA into the hosts chromosome for later use. A RNA virus that uses reverse [Choose ] It inserts the cDNA into the hosts genome, causing abnormalities. 10
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5.7B – Match the various types of non-cellular agents with the most appropriate description Hint: Some terms (like bacteriophage and prophage) are very similar. So be sure to use the most correct term for each description. Not all terms will be used. A virus that inserts its DNA into the host chromosome, Lytic Virus leading to abnormalities in Oncovirus the DNA that could [ Choose ] Megalovirus eventually cause cancer. Hepatovirus Bacteriophage Prophage Viroid Prion A virus that inserts its DNA into the host chromosome s that at a later time, the viral DNA can excise itself and be used to produce more viral particles. Virus Retrovirus Provirus A virus that injects its DNA [Choose ] into a prokaryote, inserting the viral DNA into the host's chromosome for later use. A RNA virus that uses reverse [Choose ] It inserts the cDNA into the host's genome, causing abnormalities. 10

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