ACELLULAR MICROORGANISM (VIRUS)

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ACELLULAR MICROORGANISM (VIRUS) by Mind Map: ACELLULAR MICROORGANISM (VIRUS)

1. GENERAL CHARACTERISTICS

1.1. SMALLER THAN BACTERIA

1.1.1. Goal 1

1.1.2. Goal 2

1.2. CONTAIN A SINGLE TYPE OF NECLEIC ACID

1.3. OBLIGATELI INTRACELLULAR PARASITES

1.3.1. Session Rule 1

1.3.2. Session Rule 2

1.4. CONTAIN A PROTEIN COAT

1.5. Prioritize Ideas

1.6. Define Action Points

2. HOST RANGE

2.1. INFECT INVERTEBRATE,VERTEBRATE,PLANTS,PROTISTS,FUNGI OR BACTERIA

3. VIRAL STRUCTURE

3.1. NUCLEIC ACID

3.1.1. CONTAIN DNA OR RNA

3.1.2. RNA HAS POSITIVE(SENSE) OR NEGATIVE(ANTI-SENSE)

3.2. CAPSID

3.2.1. PROTEIN COAT SURROUNDING NUCLEIC ACID

3.3. ENVELOPE

3.3.1. IT COVERED THE CAPSID

3.3.1.1. PROTEIN

3.3.1.2. LIPID

3.3.1.3. CARBOHYDRATE

4. MORPHOLOGY

4.1. HELICAL VIRUSES

4.1.1. Ebola virus

4.2. POLYHEDRAL VIRUSES

4.2.1. Adenovirus

4.3. ENVELOPED VIRUSES

4.3.1. Simplexvirus

4.4. COMPLEX VIRUSES

4.4.1. T-even bacteriophages

5. VIRUSE FAMILY

5.1. DNA VIRUSES

5.1.1. PARVOVIRIDAE

5.1.2. ADENOVIRIDAE

5.1.3. PAPOVAVIRIDAE

5.2. RNA VIRUSES

5.2.1. TOGAVIRIDAE

5.2.2. FLAVIVIRIDAE

5.2.3. CORONAVIRIDAE

6. BACTERIOPHAGES

6.1. LYTIC CYCLE

6.1.1. ATTACHMENT/ADSORPTION

6.1.2. PENETRATION

6.1.3. BIOSYNTHESIS

6.1.4. MATURATION

6.1.5. RELEASE

6.2. LYSOGENIC CYCLE

6.2.1. PHAGE IS REPLICATED ALONG WITH THE BACTERIAL DNA

7. TAXONOMY

7.1. CHARACTERISTICS

7.1.1. NATURE OF HOST

7.1.2. NUCLEIC ACID

7.1.3. CAPSID SYMMETRY

7.1.4. PRESENCE OF ENVELOPE

7.1.5. DIAMETER OF THE VIRION OR NUCLEOCAPSID

7.1.6. TYPE OF VIRUS RELEASE

7.2. ICTV

7.2.1. NUCLEIC ACID TYPE

7.2.2. NUCLEIC ACID STRANDEDNESS

7.2.3. THE SENSE

7.2.4. PRESENCE/ABSENCE OF ENVELOPE

7.2.5. TYPE OF HOST

8. VIRUSLIKE AGENTS

8.1. VIROIDS

8.1.1. AN INFECTIOUS RNA PARTICLE SMALLER THAN A VIRUS

8.1.2. PLANT INFECTED

8.2. PRIONS

8.2.1. CONSIST OF SINGLE TYPE OF PROTEIN WITHOUT NUCLEIC ACID

8.2.2. NOT SENSITIVE TO RADIATION TREATMENT

8.2.3. SENSITIVE TO PROTEIN DENATURING AGENTS