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MCQ Quiz on Virus Structure

This quiz is designed to assess your  knowledge in ‘Virus Structure’. Choose the best answer from the four options given. When you've finished answering as many of the questions as you can, scroll down to the bottom of the page and check your answers by clicking 'Score'. Percentage score will be displayed along with right answers.
Virus

1. A virus is made up of
Protein coat and mitochondria
protein coat and nucleic acid
nucleic acid and cell membrane
nucleic acid, cell wall and cell membrane

2. The protein coat of viruses that enclose the genetic material is called
virion
peplomers
capsomeres
capsid

3. A virion is
the viral capsid
an intact infectious viral particle
lysogenic phage
lytic phage

4. The genome of virus is
DNA or RNA
DNA
RNA
DNA and RNA

5. Capsomeres are
unit of nucleic acids in viruses
individual units of capsid
viral proteins for replication
all of the above

6. Peplomers are
Projections on the viral membrane
individual units of capsids
spike like projections on the capsid
spike like projections on the enveloped viruses

7. An icosahedral capsid consists of
pentagonal capsomeres
haxagonal capsomeres
both a and b
triangular, pentagonal and hexagonal capsomeres

8. Which of the following has a complex symmetry?
TMV
T4 phage
Adenovirus
Influenza virus

9. Viral envelope is made up of
lipids
proteins
lipids and proteins
lipids and glycoproteins

10. Which of the following is a helical virus
T4 phage
TMV
Pox virus
Herpes virus

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