The physiology of the coronavirus

Created April 2020 by Bree Latner, Offline version here
Video by Catalyst University on their YouTube channel.

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What form of genetic material fo Coronaviruses contain?
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Which of these illnesses does Coronaviruses cause?
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What surface protein allows the virus to bind to the host cell?
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Which cell transport process pulls the virus into the host cell?
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How does the viral genomic RNA get out of the viral capsid?
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Which strand of RNA do Coronaviruses contain?
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What will happen 1st to the genomic RNA(+) strand once it’s in the cytoplasm?
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Which ribosomes are doing the translation of the genomic RNA(+)?
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Which reading from of the genomic RNA(+) strand creates the polyprotein PP1a?
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Which reading frame of the genomic RNA(+) strand creates the polyproteins PP1ab?
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How do we get two different polyproteins from the same gene in the viral genomic RNA?
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What happens to the polyproteins once they are produced?
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What is formed from the breakdown of the polyproteins?
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When the replicase-transcriptase complex replicates the genomic RNA(+) strand what is made?
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What is formed when the RNA(-) strand is replicated?
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What is formed when the RNA(-) strand is transcribed?
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What sequences allow for the discontinuous transcription of the RNA(-) strand to form the various subgenomic mRNAs?
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What do the subgenomic mRNAs form through translation?
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Where does the translation of the viral structural proteins occur?
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Where do the viral structural proteins and RNA go to be assembled and packaged into vesicles?
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What are the newly assembled progeny called?
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How will the virions get out of the host cell?