Viruses November 8, 2019 Tags:ap biology, capside, educational, HIV, infection, Lysogenic Cycle, Lytic Cycle, nucleic acid, viral envelope, virus, visuses Related Posts 2019 Virtual Genealogy Fair Session 6: The Homestead Act: Land Records of Your Ancestors Gene Baur: “Farm Sanctuary: Changing Hearts and Minds About Animals and Food” | Talks at Google The DNA results About The Author John Henderson 99 Comments Missytan7 do you have any videos on biosynthesis of RNA viruses. I am having issues understanding the differences between sense strands and antisense strands February 15, 2013 Reply it is still 2007 SHINGLES. February 24, 2013 Reply allahmalik2010 did i mention that u r amazing??!!! March 4, 2013 Reply Josh thanks! April 1, 2013 Reply SrmthfgRockLee yeah.. I gotta study biology here as well(kinezitherapy or rehabilitation).. gna be hard April 3, 2013 Reply Styledsweetlaura1 Thank you so much! This was a great review! April 8, 2013 Reply KallMeKerb You forgot chicken pox May 5, 2013 Reply KallMeKerb Maggie it was all 3 May 5, 2013 Reply K F excellent . thank u! May 18, 2013 Reply Ashley Covarrubias my AP Bio teacher calls you her boyfriends. May 28, 2013 Reply Vicky Bryan you have made my life easier thank you for doing these videos May 29, 2013 Reply Richard Recupero i think he said scabies. thumbs up for lip reading July 1, 2013 Reply deepak menon holy cow..guess the chances of me running into you on youtube!! its me deepak menon dtea commerce..i doubt u wud remember me..all i remember was u getting angry the last time :P…ohh where are my manners..so how are you? P.S. i think an apology is due for my rude behavior i guess. July 8, 2013 Reply Josh M Holy shit 7:36 scared me September 15, 2013 Reply Francesca Pessarelli Shingles. September 20, 2013 Reply Draven shingles October 10, 2013 Reply Jaime & Peter 7:36 is a frightening voice-over…WTF? Lol. I wonder what he really said. October 14, 2013 Reply jeniva john This is so kool October 17, 2013 Reply Revenge8888omg Shingles. November 19, 2013 Reply Adil last minute cram session again! December 11, 2013 Reply Darely Fuentes man, you are a life saver you helped me understand my homework and answer most of them …. THANK YOU MR.ANDERSON January 10, 2014 Reply Stone Morales Shingles March 21, 2014 Reply Arghavan12 Really really helpful, i can not thank you enough! 🙂 March 26, 2014 Reply Ali S. Mayali Mr.Anderson you forgot to mention two types of the SS RNA which are:1. + RNA SS can behave as mRNA and translated directly2. – RNA SS which can not behave as mRNA April 3, 2014 Reply Pisey Chan Time to watch all Mr. Anderson before a test April 16, 2014 Reply truvelocity Hawking did a guest voice over, "Shingles." April 25, 2014 Reply Violet Plummer 7:37 Oh my god! 🙂 April 30, 2014 Reply Rangesh Kumar Thank you so much……. April 30, 2014 Reply Kelssey Pierrelouis Very helpful ! May 21, 2014 Reply help.squared Great video! June 4, 2014 Reply MrGoatflakes Chlamydia isn't a virus it's an intracellular bacteria o.o September 3, 2014 Reply berryboy good vid October 26, 2014 Reply Gigolo DAve 7:37 what the heck? hahaha January 4, 2015 Reply arvin akbar gumilang This channel is very underrated. Got only 10% than other popular youtube lesson channel.Yet,this channel has the most detailed,complete content, than any other.And btw im a highschool student on the last year.And i reallly lazy on reading. This lesson is unbelievably helpfulThanks to that guy on the video!! January 11, 2015 Reply jHoboness does mr anderson know that he's saved many students' lives January 13, 2015 Reply ANgell I always come to this channel for bio help. Thank you for your work. January 27, 2015 Reply Robin Lynn This was such a helpful video! Thank you for your amazing explanations!!! March 4, 2015 Reply Mike Mills Kids now a day don't realize how good they have it. Mr. Anderson's videos are unbelievably helpful to high school and college students alike. I wish there were videos like this when I was a student many years ago. This is another great video by Mr. Anderson. March 23, 2015 Reply Asiann Bozeman science is literally what is saving me in AP bio right now and it really deserves more credit. I also use Crash course and I love the Vlogbrothers but while they make things more visually appealing, their content isn't as helpful. Thanks Mr. Anderson. April 13, 2015 Reply Ivan Chwalik getting me through my AP Biology course!!! Thank you for every video you make! April 19, 2015 Reply Rebecca Backfisch Bozeman and Hank Green are keeping me alive in Bio right now. Thanks! April 19, 2015 Reply Libby Marx SHINGLES May 10, 2015 Reply George Li The way shingles was said scared the shingle out of me June 1, 2015 Reply Owen McKinley I've watched a lot of Mr. Andersen's videos, and I say with confidence that "shingles" @ 7:37 is his greatest moment. Thank you for your plethora of helpful videos! August 3, 2015 Reply Pema Lhamo Thank you so much. Youre saving me from AP bio. It is so hard!! August 31, 2015 Reply Rodney Rolle SHINGLE!! October 5, 2015 Reply Aimee Rowlands i love you mr Andersen October 7, 2015 Reply Medlue i sometimes watch khan academy and crash course videos BUT mr anderson's are my fav November 29, 2015 Reply Genesis Gaytan since i have final tomorrow in my biology class im going through all my notes and all ur videos and they are really helpful December 16, 2015 Reply Ryan Oh hello fellow Bio final crammer, oh don't mind me, carry on. January 22, 2016 Reply Ryan Oh hello fellow Bio final crammer, oh don't mind me, carry on. January 22, 2016 Reply rosie fazli Make shorter videos!!!!! January 27, 2016 Reply hcolumbia Mr. Anderson… January 28, 2016 Reply Madison Doyle-Krause SHINGLES January 29, 2016 Reply Jerome Orille hello friends i'm here for my daily test cram March 1, 2016 Reply bu.t that was very helpful thaaanks March 9, 2016 Reply nnyylliirrrreemm Hi Paul! is it possible if you could please do a video on viruses transmission? how do they transmit from different source like blood, saliva or air? Thank you so so much! March 21, 2016 Reply Jack foley keep up the good work mr anderson. we love you April 7, 2016 Reply Ja Ha hes basically just reading the wikipedia page for viruses in his own words April 18, 2016 Reply Matthew Steen these videos are shit, start a good channel instead of this shit April 20, 2016 Reply Stephen Tian Hi sir, great video, my bio teacher recommended this to me. 😀👍🏼 May 3, 2016 Reply A S I can't begin to explain how much your videos help students that are struggling with certain topics. God bless you. May 22, 2016 Reply Sarah M.T. idk how he manages to make things interesting without missing out on the essential parts like I be coming out well-educated and amused at the same time GOD BLESS U PAUL ANDERSEN May 23, 2016 Reply 93tillll Thank you for this video! I missed this lecture and I have a quiz on it tomorrow July 13, 2016 Reply Dark Destiny3 what are bacteraphages bad? September 18, 2016 Reply JDave #VirusLivesMatter September 18, 2016 Reply armitage wytch tr-8r Hi Paul great video as always I like your videos their very informative and educational, I was wondering if you would consider doing a video on Giant DNA Viruses let me know your answer thanks, happy New Year! December 31, 2016 Reply Star Wars Rules 7:37 >.< XD lolThat made me laugh so hard when that computer voice came out of nowhere Love all your videos!!!! January 27, 2017 Reply Corinne Bunn This saved my life , figuratively, as I am teaching high school iBiology for the first time ever! March 29, 2017 Reply Udy Kumra Greetings, those who are cramming for AP Bio tomorrow. May 7, 2017 Reply Robert Larsen SHINGLES May 16, 2017 Reply Alex That "shingles" scared the living shit out of me haha June 11, 2017 Reply h0m0rasexual S H I N G L E S June 13, 2017 Reply Ed Thoreum senor anderson, cancer es una forma de virus? puede hacer un video sobre este tema? GRACIAS! June 27, 2017 Reply Jakub Macháček Very well explained. July 11, 2017 Reply mohammad aamir khan I want to sir i watch to microscope in the bacteria and viores August 16, 2017 Reply mohammad aamir khan in vidios ple sir you would be agen the vidioes August 16, 2017 Reply Red Forsberg 7:35 SHINGLES September 11, 2017 Reply alex van dijk so for our biology classes in college we had to watch this video, and it's actually helped me understand this. really great video, thanks September 11, 2017 Reply John Smith How are viruses not alive, just because we screw to reproduce dosent make us anymore alive than them. Shit Viruses basically make us our womb. September 17, 2017 Reply Will Parkes Why did he have a computer generated voice say shingles at 7:37? February 2, 2018 Reply RkoIsLife 1738 can you slow the fuck down? February 8, 2018 Reply Xensley who else is here because of John Keyes February 8, 2018 Reply little Sara Can we died April 25, 2018 Reply Cari I’m like virus. They are nice but people think they are mean and have a problem & makes sense viruses are rebels 😟 and hurt the host of bacteria’s.. Viruses just want to be liked ☹️ May 2, 2018 Reply Parisa Shahabi S H I N G L E S May 14, 2018 Reply Ferdie Naval Virus infected me i was a child who send this comment July 24, 2018 Reply zainab bibi SH IINGLES August 6, 2018 Reply Stella Maris A virus is a small infectious agent that replicates only inside the living cells of other organisms. Viruses can infect all types of life forms, from animals and plants to microorganisms, including bacteria and archaea. Since Dmitri Ivanovsky's 1892 article describing a non-bacterial pathogen infecting tobacco plants, and the discovery of the tobacco mosaic virus by Martinus Beijerinck in 1898, about 5,000 virus species have been described in detail, although there are millions of types. Viruses are found in almost every ecosystem on Earth, and are the most numerous type of biological entity. The study of viruses is known as virology, a sub-speciality of microbiology. While not inside an infected cell or in the process of infecting a cell, viruses exist in the form of independent particles. These viral particles, also known as virions, consist of: (i) the genetic material made from either DNA or RNA, long molecules that carry genetic information; (ii) a protein coat, called the capsid, which surrounds and protects the genetic material; and in some cases (iii) an envelope of lipids that surrounds the protein coat. The shapes of these virus particles range from simple helical and icosahedral forms for some virus species to more complex structures for others. Most virus species have virions that are too small to be seen with an optical microscope. The average virion is about one one-hundredth the size of the average bacterium. The origins of viruses in the evolutionary history of life are unclear: some may have evolved from plasmids—pieces of DNA that can move between cells—while others may have evolved from bacteria. In evolution, viruses are an important means of horizontal gene transfer, which increases genetic diversity. Viruses are considered by some to be a life form, because they carry genetic material, reproduce, and evolve through natural selection, but lack key characteristics (such as cell structure) that are generally considered necessary to count as life. Because they possess some but not all such qualities, viruses have been described as "organisms at the edge of life", and as replicators. Viruses spread in many ways; viruses in plants are often transmitted from plant to plant by insects that feed on plant sap, such as aphids; viruses in animals can be carried by blood-sucking insects. These disease-bearing organisms are known as vectors. Influenza viruses are spread by coughing and sneezing. Norovirus and rotavirus, common causes of viral gastroenteritis, are transmitted by the faecal–oral route and are passed from person to person by contact, entering the body in food or water. HIV is one of several viruses transmitted through sexual contact and by exposure to infected blood. The variety of host cells that a virus can infect is called its "host range". This can be narrow, meaning a virus is capable of infecting few species, or broad, meaning it is capable of infecting many. Viral infections in animals provoke an immune response that usually eliminates the infecting virus. Immune responses can also be produced by vaccines, which confer an artificially acquired immunity to the specific viral infection. Some viruses, including those that cause AIDS and viral hepatitis, evade these immune responses and result in chronic infections. Antibiotics have no effect on viruses, but several antiviral drugs have been developed. September 26, 2018 Reply Sara K.m This video makes me Infect the virus and duplicate in tme November 2, 2018 Reply Catherine Ma i dream about you a lot November 27, 2018 Reply Lawrence Bassett Thanks Paul! December 1, 2018 Reply Bryce Knapp Shingles March 4, 2019 Reply May T Thank YOU!!!! I'm finally understanding bio! May 1, 2019 Reply Matthew McCooe Great Video, Bozeman Science. I really enjoyed your teaching! I am new to youtubes. You have a nice penis! May 2, 2019 Reply Nimira Rupani Awesome👍👍 June 6, 2019 Reply AbdulQadir Hamid Shingles from 2019 June 15, 2019 Reply Hamid Noor Can I ask which software are you using for teaching ? A response will be highly appreciated June 20, 2019 Reply vogonp 42 2:04 I have always thought that it was all of these and that it depends on the virus. October 28, 2019 Reply Add a Comment Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.