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Bacterial Jeopardy I feel sick : ( Asexual healin’ I like your genes Baccillus that kill us Natural Flora Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 Why are viruses considered NON-living?
$100 Answer from H1 They are unable to perform many of the characteristics of life on their own and must do so INSIDE a HOST cell.
$200 Question from H1 What is the ‘backbone’ of DNA made of?
$200 Answer from H1 Alternating sugars (deoxyribose) and phosphates
$300 Question from H1 How do bacteria reproduce?
$300 Answer from H1 Asexually, by Binary Fission
$400 Question from H1
$400 Answer from H1 G. The organisms’ DNA sequences
$500 Question from H1 What is the end product of Binary Fission?
$500 Answer from H1 2 identical daughter cells
$100 Question from H2 What can be used to prevent viruses?
$100 Answer from H2 Vaccines
$200 Question from H2
$200 Answer from H2 J. it can be treated with an antibiotic
$300 Question from H2 What is a virus composed of?
$300 Answer from H2 A protein coat (capsid), and either DNA or RNA
$400 Question from H2
$400 Answer from H2 A. Making nutrients for cells
$500 Question from H2 This is the term that refers to a virus or bacteria that can cause disease.
$500 Answer from H2 Pathogen or Pathogenic
$100 Question from H3
$100 Answer from H3 G. Parasitism benefits only one organism, while Mutualism benefits both organisms
$200 Question from H3 How can bacteria cause disease? (mechanism)
$200 Answer from H3 By secreting TOXINS (poisons)
$300 Question from H3 What are the “steps” or “rungs” on the ladder of DNA called?
$300 Answer from H3 Nitrogen bases: Adenine, Thymine, Cytosine, Guanine
$400 Question from H3
$400 Answer from H3 J. Viruses are dependent on host cells of living Organisms.
$500 Question from H3 Where is the DNA located in a Bacteria?
$500 Answer from H3 Floating or suspended in the cytoplasm, Usually near the center of the cell
$100 Question from H4 How is bacterial DNA arranged?
$100 Answer from H4 Usually in a circular manner
$200 Question from H4 What is the basic UNIT of DNA? *hint: consists of 3 parts
$200 Answer from H4 NUCLEOTIDE
$300 Question from H4 If a bacteria wants to divide, AKA – go through binary fission, what must it FIRST do?
$300 Answer from H4 Replicate it’s DNA
$400 Question from H4 A virus is intending to infect a cell, what are some factors that might affect whether or not the virus is able to do so?
$400 Answer from H4 The Host’s own immune system, Whether or not the virus has the ‘keys’ to the host cell (Receptors
$500 Question from H4 What is this picture showing?
$500 Answer from H4 Replication of DNA
$100 Question from H5 What is this a diagram of AND what does this process accomplish?
$100 Answer from H5 Conjugation Sharing of genetic material, INCREASES genetic Diversity
$200 Question from H5 What is this process called AND what is the error that has happened called? What might this error result in?
$200 Answer from H5 Replication Mutation Change in the organism that could be an advantage or disadvantage.
$300 Question from H5 This is a bacterial growth plate with antibiotic soaked paper discs. Which antibiotic was LEAST effective?
$300 Answer from H5 Least amount of bacterial inhibition…
$400 Question from H5 If A=T and G=C, and the DNA strand here is 30% T, then what percent A would it be? What percent G and C?
$400 Answer from H5 A = T, T = 30% A = 30% Total = 60% G = C G = 20%, C = 20% Total = 40% = 100%
$500 Question from H5 What is this cycle called? What is the result of this cycle?
$500 Answer from H5 Lytic Cycle Bacterial Death by Lysis (rupture, bursting)
Final Jeopardy List at least 4 differences between Bacteria & Viruses
Final Jeopardy Answer
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