Ana Muntenasu

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Role of Plasmids in Microbiology

There are two types of plasmid integration into a host bacteria: Non-integrating plasmids replicate as with the top instance, whereas episomes, the lower example, can integrate into the host chromosome.

Lytic and Lysogenic cycle; virus replication

Viruses are structured to reproduce and they do this in two ways, using the lytic cycle and lysogenic cycle. The pace of reproduction differs but the process is the same. They invade a host cell and begin to multiply before killing the cell.

Lytic vs. Lysogenic Cycle in Viruses GIF! See all of our GIFs on www.AmoebaSisters.com

Remember that lysogenic is the longer, sneaky cycle, but (often) the lysogenic cycle will be triggered into the lytic cycle.

website to use when teaching how viruses invade the body

How a Virus Infects You.In the lytic cycle, the virus reproduces itself using the host cell's chemical machinery. The red spiral lines in the drawing indicate the virus's genetic material. The orange portion is the outer shell that protects it.

First the virus makes its way into a cell using its virulence factors. After that the virus enzymes converts RNA to DNA. Then the virus replicates using transcription. Virus proteins and rNA copies are then put together to make new virus particles. Once the particles are released, they then go on to infect the humans t-cells causing the disease.

Life cycle of HIV - Microbiology This would be helpful for the group doing the Immune System for our group projects.This is an easy diagram to explain to the class.

Acid-fast bacterium | definition of acid-fast bacterium by Medical dictionary

Looking for online definition of acid-fast bacterium in the Medical Dictionary? What is acid-fast bacterium? Meaning of acid-fast bacterium medical term. What does acid-fast bacterium mean?

We've all had a cold, man-flu or the odd case of the trots. But how do bacteria and viruses actually cause the symptoms that make us feel cr...

We've all had a cold, man-flu or the odd case of the trots. But how do bacteria and viruses actually cause the symptoms that make us feel cr.