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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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1 100a
1-100A prokaryotes.

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What is the nucleus?

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1 300a
1-300A archaea.

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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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1-400A eukaryotes arose from aerobic and photosynthetic bacteria.

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What is the endosymbiotic theory?

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This organelle is found in both prokaryotes and eukaryotes. eukaryotes arose from aerobic and photosynthetic bacteria.


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1-500A eukaryotes arose from aerobic and photosynthetic bacteria.

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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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2 100a
2-100A eukaryotes arose from aerobic and photosynthetic bacteria.

What are histones?

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2 200a
2-200A corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

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

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2-300 corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

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


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2-300A corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

What is a Gram stain?

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2-400 corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

These bacteria have a thick cell wall made of peptidoglycan.


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What are Gram-positive bacteria?

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2 500
2-500 corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

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


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2-500A corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

What is staphylococcus?

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3 100
3-100 corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

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

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3 100a
3-100A corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

What is safranin?

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3-200 corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

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


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3-200A corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

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What is a chromosome?

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3-300 corkscrew shapes in bacteria.

These small pieces of DNA can be transferred between bacteria.


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3-300A corkscrew shapes in 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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3-400A to transfer genetic information to another bacterium.

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What is conjugation?

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4 100
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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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4-100A to transfer genetic information to another bacterium.

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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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5-100A to transfer genetic information to another bacterium.

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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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5 300
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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?

Image credit: http://bioweb.uwlax.edu/bio203/s2007/falk_pete/Gram%20Positive.jpg

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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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6 200
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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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6 5002
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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 to transfer genetic information to another bacterium.

Question

When can you get extra help for the exam?


During Lunch on Thursday and Friday to transfer genetic information to another bacterium.


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