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3 $100 $100 $100 $100 $500 $500 $500 $500 $200 $200 $200 $200 $ $ $ $ $ $ $400 $400 $400 $400 $ $ $ $ $ $ Know Thy “Cell”fMicrobe-ManiaImmunology $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $500 Chemistry of Life! Final Jeopardy

4 RETURN Draw a simple diagram of each of the four main organic compunds (=macromolecules) that make up organisms.

5 Which chemical reactions polymerize and depolymerize compounds? Which chemical reactions polymerize and depolymerize compounds? RETURN

6 What determines the primary structure of a protein? What determines the primary structure of a protein? What do we call the unique 3-D shape of a protein? What do we call it when proteins lose their shape? What do we call the unique 3-D shape of a protein? What do we call it when proteins lose their shape? RETURN

7 Draw/describe hydrogen bonds in water? What are the properties of water that flow from those bonds? RETURN Draw a few water molecules bonded together. How do they bond to each other? What are the properties of water that flow from this glorious chemistry? (pun intended………)

8 Which of the following are true regarding unsaturated fats? Which of the following are true regarding unsaturated fats? a.They have more than twice the energy per unit mass of other non-lipid compounds. They have more than twice the energy per unit mass of other non-lipid compounds.They have more than twice the energy per unit mass of other non-lipid compounds. b. they have double covalent bonds between carbon atoms. they have double covalent bonds between carbon atoms. they have double covalent bonds between carbon atoms. c.They have less hydrogen atoms as a result of item b. They have less hydrogen atoms as a result of item b.They have less hydrogen atoms as a result of item b. d. they are more common in animals than plants. they are more common in animals than plants. they are more common in animals than plants. e.They are less dense because the fatty acids are more kinked than sat. fats. They are less dense because the fatty acids are more kinked than sat. fats.They are less dense because the fatty acids are more kinked than sat. fats. RETURN

9 What do lysosomes do? How do they do what they do? What cell types have a Lot of Lysosome action What do lysosomes do? How do they do what they do? What cell types have a Lot of Lysosome action ? RETURN

10 Describe the main differences (5 min.) between prokaryotes and eukaryotes. Describe the main differences (5 min.) between prokaryotes and eukaryotes. RETURN

11 Describe 3 differences between plant and animal cells. Where’s the DNA inside of eukaryotic cells? Describe 3 differences between plant and animal cells. Where’s the DNA inside of eukaryotic cells? RETURN

12 Describe the make up of cell membranes. Where do you find them in eukaryotes? What makes one membrane different from another? Describe the make up of cell membranes. Where do you find them in eukaryotes? What makes one membrane different from another? RETURN

13 Describe the endomembrane system. What kind of proteins might travel through this system? Describe the endomembrane system. What kind of proteins might travel through this system? RETURN DAILY DOUBLE (worth $1000!!!)

14 Compare/contrast viruses and bacteria Compare/contrast viruses and bacteria RETURN

15 Describe the genetics of bacteria. Describe the genetics of bacteria. RETURN

16 Name 10 pathogenic bacteria and the diseases they cause Name 10 pathogenic bacteria and the diseases they cause RETURN

17 Name 10 viral diseases. Name 10 viral diseases. RETURN

18 Daily double!!! Daily double!!! (worth 1000 points) (worth 1000 points) What prokaryotic structures are most relevant to antibiotic resistance and why? What prokaryotic structures are most relevant to antibiotic resistance and why? RETURN

19 What blood type(s) can an O positive person receive? Why is Type AB blood the universal recipient? What blood type(s) can an O positive person receive? Why is Type AB blood the universal recipient? RETURN

20 Connect the right stuff to the right lymphocyte: Connect the right stuff to the right lymphocyte: RETURN Helper -TCoordinates entire Immune response Recognizes MHC I from APC’s Cytotoxic-TFights infected cells Recognizes MHC II from any cell Plasma-B cellSecretes antibodies to fight bloodborne baddies! Recognizes antigen and helper T’s

21 List 5 leukocytes and what they do. List 5 leukocytes and what they do. RETURN

22 Contrast Innate vs. Acquired Immunity and Cell-Mediated vs. Humoral immunity Contrast Innate vs. Acquired Immunity and Cell-Mediated vs. Humoral immunity RETURN

23 When Jenner successfully used the cowpox virus to vaccinate against smallpox, why did it work? When Jenner successfully used the cowpox virus to vaccinate against smallpox, why did it work? RETURN

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25 Describe in words the complexity of protein structure and give 5 examples of proteins and their functions in the body. Describe in words the complexity of protein structure and give 5 examples of proteins and their functions in the body. RETURN


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