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Jeopardy Cell Wall Plasma Membrane DNA Anti- metabolite Protein Translation 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 What organism produces penicillin?
$100 Answer from H1 Fungus - Penicillium
$200 Question from H1 What is the significance of the Beta Lactam ring?
$200 Answer from H1 The Beta lactam ring interupts Peptidoglycan cross-bridging
$300 Question from H1 Name an antibiotic which is Less susceptible to enzymes Which cleave the Beta lactam ring
$300 Answer from H1 ampicillin
$400 Question from H1 What does MRSA mean?
$400 Answer from H1 Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus aureus
$500 Question from H1 Give one reason why antibiotic Resistance occurs
$500 Answer from H1 Antibiotics are used by a patient Who is actually infected with A viral pathogen.
$100 Question from H2 What is the bacterial plasma Membrane function?
$100 Answer from H2 Regulates substances entering or Leaving the bacterial cell
$200 Question from H2 What is the affect on the nucleoid Region if an antibiotic harms the Plasma membrane?
$200 Answer from H2 Damage to the nucleoid area Is expected
$300 Question from H2 What is the gram stain reaction Of organisms targeted via antibiotics Attacking the plasma membrane?
$300 Answer from H2 Gram Negative
$400 Question from H2 What color are gram negatives When Gram stained?
$400 Answer from H2 red
$500 Question from H2 Name an antibiotic from this class.
$500 Answer from H2 Polymyxin B
$100 Question from H3 Name an antibiotic which Interferes with bacterial DNA
$100 Answer from H3 Rifampin
$200 Question from H3 Can an antibiotic which targets Bacterial DNA affect viral pathogens?
$200 Answer from H3 No, it would be unsuccessful.
$300 Question from H3 How do antibiotics which attack Bacterial DNA affect transcription?
$300 Answer from H3 Transcription will be negatively Affected.
$400 Question from H3 What is the consequence if microbes cannot replicate DNA?
$400 Answer from H3 Binary fission is not possible.
$500 Question from H3 Name an enzyme which is Affected by antibiotics targeting DNA replication
$500 Answer from H3 Topoisomerase
$100 Question from H4 Define anti-metabolite.
$100 Answer from H4 Interference with a physiologically - Important precursor molecule.
$200 Question from H4 Name a typical metabolite attacked By this mechanism of action.
$200 Answer from H4 PABA
$300 Question from H4 In what pathway PABA is Required?
$300 Answer from H4 folate
$400 Question from H4 Name a drug using this mechanism Of action
$400 Answer from H4 Sulfanilamide
$500 Question from H4 Name an infection for which Sulfanilamide may be utilized?
$100 Question from H5 What kind of ribosomes do Prokaryotes contain?
$100 Answer from H5 70S ribosomes
$200 Question from H5 What kind of ribosomes do Eukaryotes contain?
$200 Answer from H5 80S ribosomes
$300 Question from H5 What is the type ribosome Found in mitochondria?
$300 Answer from H5 70S ribosomes.
$400 Question from H5 What side effect will be caused When mitochondrial 70S ribosomes Are impacted?
$400 Answer from H5 fatigue
$500 Question from H5 Name a drug from this class Beginning with the letter ‘C’
$500 Answer from H5 chloramphenicol
Final Jeopardy Why do microbes produce antibiotics ?
Final Jeopardy Answer To exert microbial antagonism.
Antimicrobial Drugs Chemotherapy: The use of drugs to treat a disease Antimicrobial drugs: Interfere with the growth of microbes within a host Antibiotic:
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Bacterial Genetics. Vocabulary Binary fission Exponential growth Gram positive Gram negative Pathogen Antibiotic Selection pressure Adaptation Mutation.
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1. Learning Targets What are antibiotics? Where do they come from? How does our antibiotic, streptomycin, kill bacteria? 2.
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Pharmacology Unit 2: Applied Surgical Pharmacology Elsevier items and derived items © 2006 by Saunders, an imprint of Elsevier Inc.
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Chapter 10 Controlling microbial growth in the body: Antimicrobials.
Chapter 20-Antimicrobial Agents _______________:The use of drugs to treat a disease (not necessarily infectious) Antimicrobial drugs: Interfere with the.
Antibiotics Naturally occurring compounds produced by bacteria and or fungi, that kill or inhibit other microbes Many Antibiotics are produced by 2 Genera.
Antimicrobial Drugs. How were antimicrobial drugs first discovered? Alexander Fleming –1928 –S. aureus, –Penicillium notatum –Mass production: 1940s Antibiosis.
Antimicrobial Agents Use when balance tips in favor of invading MO.
Bacterial Drug Resistance Discovery of penicillin –Sir Alexander Fleming. –Accidental mold contamination. Chinese, Egyptians, Europeans used moldy.
Introduction to Drug Design. Information gathering to application So far we have been learning about the cell – Observation under the microscope – Organelles.
And Penicillins. Though antimicrobials have been around forever, we have only known about them since the late 1920’s. A fungal contaminant on a bacterial.
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The Prokaryotes Chapter 16. Virus Bacterium Animal cell Animal cell nucleus 0.25 µm.
Control of Microbial Growth Tim Ho University of Alberta, Canada * The materials are mostly based on Dr. Brian Lanoil’s Microb Part.
The World of Bacteria. What does a bacterium look like? Internal Structures: cytoplasm nucleoid ribosomes Boundaries: cell membrane cell wall capsule.
ANTIMICROBIALS CHAPTER 10. Terms ◦Antimicrobials/antibiotics: drugs that kill or inhibit the growth of microorganisms (bacteria, protozoa, viruses, fungi).
Antibiotics. Definition any of a variety of substances, usually obtained from microorganisms, that inhibit the growth of or destroy certain other microorganisms.
1 ANTIMICROBIAL THERAPY CHAPTER Chemotherapeutic Agents Antibiotics: bacteriocidal vs bacteriostatic Synthetic Drugs vs natural product.
Assessment statements to To be completed.
Chemotherapeutic Agents Chemotherapy is a general term referring to the use of a drug to kill or weaken invading cells or organisms without harming.
Bacteria Earth’s oldest life forms (PROKARYOTES) Earth’s oldest life forms (PROKARYOTES) – between 3.5 and 3.8 billion years old Most abundant life form.
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Antimicrobial Drugs Chemotherapy: the use of drugs to treat a disease Antimicrobial drugs: interfere with the growth of microbes within a host Antibiotic:
Welcome to Jeopardy! Chemistry, Antimicrobic Drugs, and Misc. $100 $200 $300 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Atoms & Elements Chemical Bonds Chemical Reactions.
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