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Jeopardy. Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. Identifying Bacteria. Bacterial Genetics. Bacteria in Society. Lab Skills. Odds -N- Ends. Identifying Bacteria. Bacterial Genetics. Bacteria and Society. Lab Skills. Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes. Odds-N- Ends. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100.

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Identifying

Bacteria

Bacterial

Genetics

Bacteria

and Society

Lab Skills

Prokaryotes

and Eukaryotes

Odds-N-

Ends

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What is the nucleus?

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What are prokaryotes?

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This theory states that mitochondria and plastids in modern eukaryotes arose from aerobic and photosynthetic bacteria.

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What is the endosymbiotic theory?

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What is a ribosome?

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Prokaryotic chromosomes lack these proteins, which allow eukaryotic chromosomes to condense and coil.

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What are histones?

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What are bacillus (rod), coccus (sphere), and spirillium (corkscrew)?

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This technique stains bacteria purple or red based on their composition.

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What is a Gram stain?

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These bacteria have a thick cell wall made of peptidoglycan.

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What are Gram-positive bacteria?

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This kind of bacteria has spherical cells arranged into grape-like clusters.

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What is staphylococcus?

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This chemical, used as a counterstain in the Gram stain procedure, colors cells red.

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What is safranin?

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This large, ring-shaped structure contains most of the DNA in a bacterial cell.

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What is a chromosome?

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These small pieces of DNA can be transferred between bacteria.

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What is a plasmid?

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In this process, a bacterium uses a structure called a pilus to transfer genetic information to another bacterium.

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What is conjugation?

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This trait, which can cause problems in the treatment of bacterial disease, can be passed from one bacterium to another via a plasmid.

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What is antibiotic resistance?

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This mechanism of genetic transfer has been used by humans to insert engineered plasmids into target bacteria.

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What is transformation?

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Bacteria are used to produce these common dairy products.

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What are cheese and yogurt?

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Naturally occurring bacteria in the soil are used to clean up these ecological disasters.

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What are oil spills?

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Bacteria play a key role in fixation, a step in this important geochemical cycle.

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What is the nitrogen cycle?

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Before bacteria were genetically engineered to produce this hormone, it was extracted from cow pancreases.

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What is insulin?

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The term “probiotics” is used to describe these.

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What are live cultures of bacteria that are ingested to confer health benefits?

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The fundamental assumption of this technique is that bacteria are growing everywhere that they have not been explicitly killed.

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What is sterile technique?

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This instrument will melt if left in the Bunsen burner flame and must be sterilized with alcohol.

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What is a cell spreader (hockey stick)?

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Name this strain of bacteria using shape, arrangement, and Gram-stain reaction

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What is a gram positive streptococcus?

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It is inadvisable to leave the Petri dish with the lid up while incubating because this phenomenon could disrupt bacterial growth.

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What is condensation?

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This device is used to sterilize materials that cannot be flamed with a Bunsen burner or with ethanol.

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What is an autoclave?

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Bacteria are responsible for this disease, which killed millions of people in medieval Europe.

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What is the bubonic plague?

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This natural treatment for bacterial infections, which has been employed successfully in Europe, fights the infector with another infection.

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What is phage therapy?

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This material makes up a bacterium’s cell wall.

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What is peptidoglycan?

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A resistant strain of the bacterium responsible for this disease flourished in crowded Russian prisons, and has since spread elsewhere in the world.

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What is tuberculosis?

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Bacteria are used to sanitize this human product and prevent the spread of diseases like cholera.

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What is sewage?

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Final

Question

When can you get extra help for the exam?

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