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Organelles BiomoleculesMembranes and Osmosis BiochemistryWhich one is not like the others? $10 $20 $30 $40 $50 Cells Jeopardy
Question - $10 Which organelle makes proteins?
Answer - $10 Ribosomes
Question - $20 What do mitochondria do?
Answer - $20 Cellular Respiration (make ATP energy from glucose)
Question - $30 Which organelles help with cell division and reproduction?
Answer - $30 Centrioles (or centrosome)
Question - $40 Which 3 organelles are found only in plant cells?
Answer - $40 Central Vacuole Chloroplasts Cell Wall
Question - $50 What is the difference between the Golgi Apparatus and the Rough ER?
Answer - $50 Golgi – processes proteins to send OUT of the cell Rough ER – folds and prepares proteins for use INSIDE the cell
Question - $10 What are the 4 types of biomolecules?
Answer - $10 Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic Acids
Double JEAPORDY How much do you wish to wager?
Double JEAPORDY Question What 3 factors affect enzyme activity?
Double JEAPORDY Answer Environmental Conditions (pH, temperature) Cofactors Enzyme Inhibitors
Question - ?? What are the monomers of proteins?
Answer - ?? Amino acids
Question - $30 Enzymes are which biomolecule?
Answer - $30 proteins
Question - $40 What are the monomers of proteins?
Answer - $40 Amino acids
Question - $50 Which structure of a protein will be changed if one amino acid is put in the wrong place?
Answer - $50 All of them (primary structure is wrong, which affects the secondary, tertiary, and quaternary)
Question - $10 Which biomolecule makes up membranes?
Answer - $10 phospholipids
Question - $20 What is the word describing membranes that means some things go through and some cannot?
Answer - $20 Semi-permeable
Question - $30 If you put a freshwater fish into a the ocean (saltwater), would it grow or shrink?
Answer - $30 It would shrink.
Question - $40 Which type of cell has membrane-bound organelles?
Answer - $40 Eukaryotic
Question - $50 What two biomolecules (besides lipids) are part of membranes?
Answer - $50 Carbohydrates and Proteins
Question - $10 What does pH measure?
Answer - $10 Hydrogen ion concentration
Question - $20 Which has more hydrogen ions, a solution with pH 7 or pH 4?
Answer - $20 pH 4
Question - $30 What property gives water most of its unique abilities (adhesion, cohesion, surface tension)?
Answer - $30 Hydrogen-bonding
Question - $40 What is molarity? (think about units)
Answer - $40 A measure of concentration (moles per liter)
Question - $50 What is the molarity of a 3 L solution with 117g of salt (NaCl) dissolved in it?
Answer - $ M
Question - $10 Plant cell Animal cell Bacterium Fungus
Answer - $10 Bacterium – prokaryote not eukaryote
Question - $20 Vinegar (pH 3) Orange Juice (pH 3.6) Coffee (pH 5) Ocean water (pH 8)
Answer - $20 Ocean water – it is basic while the others are acidic
Question - $30 Nucleus Ribosomes Golgi apparatus Endoplasmic reticulum
Answer - $30 Ribosomes – the only organelles found in prokaryotic cells
Question - $40 Nucleic Acids Lipids Proteins Carbohydrates
Answer - $40 Nucleic Acids – not found on or in membranes
Question - $50 pH ions volume temperature
Answer - $50 Volume – doesnt affect enzyme activity
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