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Diagram Quiz on Bacteriophage

This quiz is designed to assess your basic knowledge in ‘bacteriophage’. 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.
bacteriophage quiz
1. Viruses that attack bacteria are called
viroids
bacterecides
bacteriophages
prions
2. The genetic material of the phage is present in this region. The region labelled 1 is the
tail region
head region
head and neck region
collar region
3. The region labelled 2 is involved in injecting genetic material to the host. The region is
tail region
head region
head and neck region
collar region
4. The region labelled 3 is where
DNA is present
protein is present
RNA is present
Either DNA or RNA is present
5. The genetic material of the phage is surrounded by, labelled 4 is
protein coat called virion
protein coat called capsid
glycoprotein envelope
glycolipid envelope
6. The region labelled 5 connects the head to the tail which is the
neck with collar
connector
tail plate
whiskers
7. In T4 phages, the structure labelled 6 has contractile proteins that injects genetic material to the host is
whiskers
collar
tail sheath
base plate
8. The structure labelled 7 that helps in the attachment of phage to the host which is the
base plate
tail plate
tail whiskers
pins
9. The structure labelled 8 attach to specific receptors on the bacterial cell. This structure that determines the host specificity of the phage is
tail plate
tail fibers
base plate
tail pins
10. The structure 7, 8 and 9 helps in attachment of phage to host surface. The structure labelled 9 is
tail hooks
tail pins
tail fibres
tail sheath
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