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Mutations. Transcription Translation RNA. DNA Replication DNA Structure DNA History 100 200 300 400 500 FINAL JEOPARDY FINAL JEOPARDY
DNA History - 100 answer100 answer This is the name of the scientist that utilized x-rays and created photo 51 to determine the structure of the DNA molecule
DNA History - 100 question100 question Rosalind Franklin
DNA History - 200 answer200 answer When Griffith mixed heat killed smooth bacteria(that didn’t cause pneumonia) with rough bacteria (that didn’t cause pneumonia) this was the result that showed up when the mixture was placed in the mice
DNA History - 200 question200 question They developed pneumonia
DNA History - 300 answer300 answer By using enzymes to break down specific molecules, Avery discovered that transformation did not occur when this molecule was destroyed
DNA History - 400 answer400 answer This is the name of the process that describes how one type of bacteria could influence another by having it’s genetic information change the genetic information of the other organism
DNA History - 400 question400 question Transformation
DNA History - 500 answer500 answer This is the name of a virus that infects a bacterial cell
DNA History - 500 question500 question Bacteriophage
DNA Structure - 100 answer100 answer This is the name of the “official DNA structure”
DNA Structure - 100 question100 question Double Helix
DNA Structure - 200 answer200 answer These are the names of the 2 scientists that coined the “official” name of the DNA Structure
DNA Structure - 200 question200 question Watson & Crick
DNA Structure - 300 answer300 answer These are the 3 subunits that make up a nucleotide (monomers of the DNA molecule)
DNA Structure - 300 question300 question 1) Deoxyribose Sugar 2) Phosphate Group 3) Nitrogenous Base
DNA Structure - 400 answer400 answer The principal of base pairing states that these bases bind to each other in DNA
DNA Structure - 500 answer500 answer Name the 2 purines and 2 pyrimidines.
DNA Structure - 500 question500 question Purines – Adenine and Guanine Pyrimidines – Cytosine and Thymine
DNA Replication - 100 answer100 answer In Eukaryotes, DNA is located in this structure.
DNA Replication - 100 question100 question The Nucleus
DNA Replication - 200 answer200 answer This is the name of the structure and site where replication begins on the DNA molecule.
DNA Replication - 200 question200 question Replication Fork
DNA Replication - 300 answer300 answer Which of the following is true: DNA replication results in 2 DNA molecules, A. Each with 2 new strands B. One with 2 new strands and the other with 2 original strands C. Each with one new strand and one original strand D. Each with 2 original strands
DNA Replication - 300 question300 question Which of the following is true: DNA replication results in 2 DNA molecules, C. Each with one new strand and one original strand
DNA Replication - 400 answer400 answer Using the following sequence, give the complimentary DNA sequence… CTAGGT
DNA Replication - 400 questionquestion CTAGGT GATCCA
DNA Replication - 500 answer500 answer This is the name of the name of the enzyme that unwinds and unzips the helix of the DNA molecule
DNA Replication - 500 question500 question DNA Helicase
RNA - 100 answer100 answer RNA contains this sugar
RNA - 400 answer400 answer Which of the following are found in both DNA and RNA A. Ribose, phosphate groups and adenine B. Deoxyribose, phosphate groups and guanine C. Phosphate groups, guanine and cytosine D. Phosphate groups, guanine and thymine
RNA - 400 question 400 question Which of the following are found in both DNA and RNA C. Phosphate groups, guanine and cytosine
RNA - 500 answer500 answer This is the process that makes a complimentary RNA sequence from DNA
Mutations - 500 answer 500 answer This is a type of a mutation where a portion of a chromosome is completely swapped and placed on another chromosome and vise versa (ex. Part of chromosome 7 is placed on chromosome 14 and part of 14 is on 7)
Final Jeopardy Answer begin Why is it essential that DNA to have a middleman like RNA to help it do its job?
Final Jeopardy Question DNA can never leave the nucleus. Since Proteins do the job of the DNA, RNA is required to get the instructions of the DNA from the nucleus to the site of protein synthesis in the ribosomes.
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