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Jeopardy Genetic Engineering Bones and Muscles Misc.Nervous System Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Protein Synthesis
$100 Question for Protein Synthesis –Define Codon
$100 Answer for Protein Synthesis A group of three nucleotides of m RNA
$200 Question for Protein Synthesis What is RNA polymerase? And where does it bind?
$200 Answer for Protein Synthesis It is an enzyme that binds with the promoter sequence in the DNA
$300 Question for Protein Synthesis What is the difference between an intron and an exon?
$300 Answer for Protein Synthesis Introns = Interuptions = nonencoding portions of DNA Exons = portions that actually encode for the production of proteins
$400 Question for Protein Synthesis During transcription mRNA is produced in the …. And migrates to the …..
$400 Answer for Protein Synthesis During transcription mRNA is produced in the NUCLEUS and migrates to the RIBOSOMES
$500 Question for Protein Synthesis How does an inducer function?
$500 Answer for Protein Synthesis Allows for transcription to occur by binding to a repressor molecule.
$100 Question for Genetic Engineering What is a restriction enzyme?
$100 Answer for Genetic Engineering An enzyme that cuts DNA in a VERY specific base sequence and sometimes leaving sticky ends.
$200 Question for Genetic Engineering What is a plasmid?
$200 Answer for Genetic Engineering Circular pieces of DNA found in a bacterium that are often used in GE
$300 Question for Genetic Engineering Define Recombinant DNA
$300 Answer for Genetic Engineering A strand of DNA formed by splicing DNA from two different species.
$400 Question for Genetic Engineering What is DNA fingerprinting?
$400 Answer for Genetic Engineering Method used to separate DNA and shows DNA is slightly different between all humans.
$500 Question for Genetic Engineering What is a genome?
$500 Answer for Genetic Engineering A collection of an organisms genes.
$100 Question for Bones and Muscles What attaches bone to bones?
$100 Answer for Bones and Muscles Ligaments
$200 Question for Bones and Muscles What type of bone produces bone lots of bone marrow?
$200 Answer for Bones and Muscles Long bone…. Like the femur.
$300 Question for Bones and Muscles What is a suture joint?
$300 Answer for Bones and Muscles Location where bones meet but DO NOT move.
$400 Question for Bones and Muscles A shoulder is an example of a … A knee is an example of a..
$400 Answer for Bones and Muscles A shoulder is an example of a ball and socket joint A knee is an example of a hinge joint.
$500 Question for Bones and Muscles What is the functional unit of muscle contraction?
$500 Answer for Bones and Muscles Sacromere.
$100 Question for Miscellaneous What happens when an addict stops taking a drug?
$100 Answer for Miscellaneous After some physical withdrawl issues the number of receptors will return to normal.
$200 Question for Miscellaneous List some effects of a depressant.
$200 Answer for Miscellaneous Impaired coordination Slow rxn time Decreased breathing and heart rate
$300 Question for Miscellaneous What are GMOs?
$300 Answer for Miscellaneous Organisms that have genes put into their genome from another organism in order to produce a specific protein that it normal cant do.
$400 Question for Miscellaneous How do antibiotics work?
$400 Answer for Miscellaneous Prevent bacteria from making new cell walls
$500 Question for Miscellaneous What does PCR do?
$500 Answer for Miscellaneous. Artificial replication of DNA
$100 Question for Nervous System. What is a reflex?
$100 Answer for Nervous System. An involuntary response to a stimuli where the message is NEVER sent to the brain.
$200 Question for Nervous System. What are the functions of the Nodes of Ranvier?
$200 Answer for Nervous System. Are gaps in the myelin sheath that are used to speed up the impulse
$300 Question for Nervous System. What is resting potential of a neuron?
$300 Answer for Nervous System. There are more Sodium ions on the outside than in.
$400 Question for Nervous System. A electrical change in the neurons membrane will create…
$400 Answer for Nervous System An action potential
$500 Question for Nervous System Where do we find the receptors in our eyes and ears?
$500 Answer for Nervous System Eye – retina (photoreceptors) Ear - cochlea ( hair cells)
Final Jeopardy Put the following in order from simple to complex: Cell, molecules, macromolecule, atom, tissue, organism, subatomic particles, organ system
Final Jeopardy Answer Sub atomic particles, atoms, molecules, macromolecules, cells, tissues, organs, organ system and organism
12-3 RNA AND PROTEIN SYNTHESIS. 1. THE STRUCTURE OF RNA.
12-3 RNA and Protein Synthesis Page 300. A. Introduction 1. Genes are coded DNA instructions that control the production of proteins within the cell.
DNA in the Cell Stored in Number of Chromosomes (24 in Human Genome) Tightly coiled threads of DNA and Associated Proteins: Chromatin 3 billion bp in Human.
Protein Synthesis Steps of Protein Synthesis Transcription Translation.
12-3 RNA and Protein Synthesis Page 300. A. Introduction 1. Chromosomes are a threadlike structure of nucleic acids and protein found in the nucleus of.
D.N.A Describe how you would go about genetically engineering a bacterium to produce human epidermal growth factor (EGF), a protein used in treating burns.
DNA Structure Replication Functions (Stores and provides copies of genetic material- genes) – Blueprint (genes) for Protein Synthesis (Enzymes and cell.
DNA Technology. I. Vectors: Things used to transport genes into cells.
CFE Higher Biology DNA and the Genome Transcription.
Nucleic Acids Comparing DNA and RNA. Both are made of nucleotides that contain 5-carbon sugar, a phosphate group, nitrogenous base.
RNA and Protein Synthesis Genes Genes are coded DNA instruction that control the production of proteins within the cell Genes are coded DNA instruction.
RNA and Protein Synthesis. R N A R N A RIBONUCLEIC ACID.
Gene Expression. Remember, every cell in your body contains the exact same DNA… …so why does a muscle cell have different structure and function than.
Do Now:. TRANSCRIPTION: process that makes an RNA copy of DNA. RNA is single-stranded, and T is replaced by U (A-U; G-C) RNA polymerase makes RNA,
RECOMBINANT DNA DNA THAT CONTAINS DNA SEGMENTS OR GENES FROM DIFFERENT SOURCES. DNA TRANSFERRED FROM ONE PART OF A DNA MOLECULE TO ANOTHER, FROM ONE CHROMOSOME.
Do Now 1.Where is the DNA located in the cell? 2.Where are the proteins made in the cell? 3.How do you think the information gets between these two places?
Nucleic acid similar to DNA. Made of sugar ribose. Generally single stranded. Instead of thymine, uses uracil (U)
Gene Regulation. Regulation in Prokaryotes Gene Expression = gene to protein processing that functions within cells. Regulation = We are talking about.
Genetic Engineering Genetic engineering is also referred to as recombinant DNA technology – new combinations of genetic material are produced by artificially.
The central concept in biology is: DNA determines what protein is made RNA takes instructions from DNA RNA programs the production of protein.
Transcription & Translation Biology 6(C). Learning Objectives Describe how DNA is used to make protein Explain process of transcription Explain process.
We know that DNA is the genetic material and its sequence of nucleotide bases carry some sort of code. This code holds instructions that tell a cell.
Chapter 10. Objectives Compare the structure of DNA and RNA Summarize the process of transcription Outline the major steps of translation SCS:B-4.4.
Gene Structure and Regulation. Gene Expression The expression of genetic information is one of the fundamental activities of all cells. Instruction stored.
From Genes to Proteins. Transcription in prokaryotes Simple process No nucleus; ribosomes lie close to the DNA in cytoplasm 1 st part of the mRNA attaches.
Copyright © 2009 Pearson Education, Inc. Head Tail fiber DNA Tail.
Placed on the same page as your notes Warm-up pg. 48 Complete the complementary strand of DNA A T G A C G A C T Diagram 1 A T G A C G A C T T A A C T G.
Lesson Overview Lesson OverviewFermentation Lesson Overview 13.1 RNA.
Chapter # - Chapter Title $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Topic 1Topic 2Topic 3.
RNA and Protein Synthesis. Write these terms in your journal Ribosome — makes proteins Ribosome — makes proteins RNA polymerase — enzyme that puts together.
DNA & Genetic Engineering Review. Scientists & Experiments DNARNA DNA Technology MISC
Structure of RNA Structure Nucleic acid made up of nucleotides composed of Ribose, phosphate group, and nitrogenous base Nitrogenous bases Adenine.
RNA AND PROTEIN SYNTHESIS RNA vs DNA RNADNA 1. 5 – Carbon sugar (ribose) 5 – Carbon sugar (deoxyribose) 2. Phosphate group Phosphate group 3. Nitrogenous.
Lesson Overview Lesson OverviewFermentation 13.1 RNA.
From DNA to Proteins Lesson 1. Lesson Objectives State the central dogma of molecular biology. Describe the structure of RNA, and identify the three main.
Molecular Biology 2.7 DNA Replication, transcription and translation.
Frontiers of Genetics Chapter 13. Applications of Biotechnology Biotechnology: The use of organisms to perform practical tasks for human use. – DNA Technology:
SECTION 13-1: RNA Chapter 13: RNA and Protein Synthesis.
What was the most interesting thing that you did over Winter Break? Create a double bubble map comparing/contrasting DNA and RNA.
~Ch 18-21~ Jeopardy Categories Viruses Bacterial Applications Chromatin Structure & Gene Expression Biotech Genetic Base of Development Vocab
Do Now: On the “Modeling DNA” handout, determine the complimentary DNA sequence and the mRNA sequence by using the sequence given.
Genetics and Genetic Engineering terms clones b organisms or cells of nearly identical genetic makeup derived from a single source.
RNA Structure and Protein Synthesis Chapter 10, pg
CFE Higher Biology DNA and the Genome Transcription Transcription is the synthesis of mRNA from a section of DNA. Transcription of a gene starts from a.
Protein Synthesis: Transcription. Objectives What is the Central Dogma of biology? What are the steps of transcription?
SBI 4U November 14 th, What is the central dogma? 2. Where does translation occur in the cell? 3. Where does transcription occur in the cell?
1 DNA and Biotechnology. 2 Outline DNA Structure and Function DNA Replication RNA Structure and Function – Types of RNA Gene Expression – Transcription.
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