FACULTY OF PHARMACYMONTHLY EXAMINATION
MICROBIOLOGY 2 (Virology)
MULTIPLE CHOICE: Choose the
Host cell DNA within the viral capsid:A.
virus B. viroid
iral symmetry shaped like hallow protein cylinders which may be either rigid or flexibleA.
C. naked D. enveloped3.
iral classification based on natural host range, mode of transmission, vector relationships and tissue tropismsA.
C. Biological properties
Physiochemical properties D. Morphologic properties4.
Time in viral replication during which no virus is found inside the cellA.
Latent period C. Incubation periodB.
. Eclipse period
Enveloped viruses enter the host cell as cytoplasmic vacuole by this processA.
B. fusion C. adsorption D. direct penetration6.
iral specimen should be stored at this temperature if not process for more than 4 days:A.
C B. 25
A cell infected with 2 different strains of segmented RNA viruses producing a genetically new virus.A.
C. Genetic Shift
. Gene Reassortment
Coinfection of two normal viruses produced a composite virus with totally different capsid.A.
Gene Reassortment C. Phenotypic MixingB.
These are giant-multinucleated cells formed from cell fusion as a result of virus infectionA.
B. Plaque C. Inclusion bodies D. Hemagglutination10.
Indication for Serology Testing:A.
Diagnosis of infection with culturable viral agentsB.
Determination of nonimmune status in regard to rubella, measles,
, and HB
Monitoring of immunocompetent patients
Epidemiologic and prevalence studies
DNA virus causing kidney disease in immunocompromised individualsA.
C. Mastadenovirus D. Erythrovirus12.
Genus of virus causing erythema infectiosumA.
Roseolovirus B. Rhadinovirus
Kaposis sarcoma-associated herpesvirusA.
-6 C. HH
-7 D. HH
Human papillomavirus type associated with high risk of malignancyA.
1 and 4 B. HP
6 and 11
V 16 and 18
42, 43 and 4415.
Adenoviruses type 40 and 41 causes this epidemics in childrenA.
interstitial pneumonitis D. pharyngoconjunctivitis16.
Poxvirus causing milkers nodulesA.
Orf B. cowpox
Herpes simplex infection commonly seen in medical personnel handling infected specimenA.
Herpes labialis B. eczema herpeticum C. herpes zoster
. herpetic whitlow
This is characterized by the appearance of clusters of vesicular lesions along a single sensory dermatomeA.
B. herpes zoster
C. herpes genitalis D. neonatal herpes19.
The only virus family assembled in the nucleus and whose envelop is from the host nuclear membraneA.
B. Poxviridae C. Adenoviridae D. Hepadnaviridae20.
Naked icosahedral ds DNA viruses with fibers projecting from the penton subunits of their capsidA.
B. Simplexvirus C. Lymphocryptovirus D. Orthopoxvirus