Site MapHelpFeedbackMechanism for Releasing Enveloped Viruses
Mechanism for Releasing Enveloped Viruses

View the animation below, then complete the quiz to test your knowledge of the concept.






1The first event to occur is
A)inside of the host cell membrane becomes coated with viral matrix protein
B)viral capsid becomes enclosed by cell membrane
C)inside of host cell membrane becomes coated with capsid
D)viral spike proteins are inserted into host cell membrane



2The viral capsid
A)engulfs the viral spikes
B)surrounds the viral matrix protein
C)becomes completely enclosed by the region of the cell membrane into which the spikes and matrix protein are embedded
D)is dissolved



3Enveloped viruses are usually released from the host cell by
A)budding
B)lysis of the host cell
C)endocytosis
D)phagocytosis



4A portion of the viral envelope comes from the cell membrane of the host cell.
A)True
B)False



5Enveloped viruses are usually released from the host cell by exocytosis.
A)True
B)False







Animation Quiz SiteOnline Learning Center

Home > Microbiology 1 > Chapter 6 > Mechanism for Releasing Enveloped Viruses