Presentation on theme: "Review What do viruses depend on for their reproduction"— Presentation transcript:
1Review What do viruses depend on for their reproduction Review Describe each of the two paths viruses may follow once they have entered a cellCompare and Contrast Compare the structure of a virus to the structure of both a prokaryotic cell and a eukaryotic cell. Use a graphic organizer of your choice to organize the information
3VirusesNonliving particle made of proteins, nucleic acids, and sometimes lipidsCan reproduce only by infecting living cellsWide variety of size and structureVery smallNeed electron microscope to see.
4Contain a few to a few hundred genes. CapsidProtein coat surrounding a virusProteins on their surface membrane that trick receptor cells on host cell into accepting its genetic materialContain a few to a few hundred genes.
5Most viruses infect only a very specific kind of cell Bacteriophages Viruses that infect bacteriaPlant viruses infect plant cellsMost animal viruses infect only certain related species of animals.
6Lytic Infections Virus enters a bacterial cell Makes copies of itself Causes the cell to burst, or lyseBacteriophage T4.
28Copy inserts itself into the DNA of the host cell.
29HIV is similar to a lysogenic infection Viral DNA may remain inactive for many cell cycles before making new virus particles and damaging the cells of the host’s immune system.
30Viruses must infect living cells in order to grow and reproduce, taking advantage of the nutrients and cellular machinery of their hostsAfter infecting living cells, viruses can reproduce, regulate gene expression, and even evolve.