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History. DNA Stucture. Replication. Protein Synthesis. Evolution. Karotypes. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. 500. Next round. History? 100.

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History

DNA Stucture

Replication

Protein Synthesis

Evolution

Karotypes

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History 100

History?100

Discovered transformation in experiments with mice and bacteria

Ans: Who is Griffith?

Return.


History 200

History?200

Supported Griffith’s work using enzymes to destroy DNA, RNA, and Protein

Ans: Who is Avery?

Return.


History 300

History?300

Ans: Who is Hershey and Chase?

Blender experiment with isotopes

Return.


History 400

History? 400

Woman who provided the x-ray proof for the structure of DNA

Ans: Who is Rosalind Franklin?

Return.


History 500

History? 500

Ans: Who are James Watson and Francis Crick?

The two men who take the credit for discovering the structure of DNA

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Structure 100

Structure100

The sides of the DNA ladder are made of these

Ans: What are deoxyriboses and phosphates?

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Structure 200

Structure200

The rules for base pairing in DNA

Ans: What is A=T, C=G?

Return.


Structure 300

Structure300

Ans: What are Adenine and Guanine?

Pure American Girl

(which bases are purines?

Return.


Structure 400

Structure400

Ans: What are single stranded, Uracil instead of Thymine, ribose instead of Deoxyribose?

Three ways that RNA is different from DNA

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Structure 500

Structure500

The type of bond between base pairs

Ans: What is hydrogen bond?

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Replication 100

Replication100

One new strand, one old strand

Ans: What is semi-conservative replication?

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Replication 200

Replication 200

Enzyme that unzips the double helix

Ans: What is helicase?

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Replication 300

Replication 300

Ans: What is DNA polymerase?

Enzyme used to add in new base pairs

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Replication 400

Replication 400

Ans: What are nucleotides?

(sugar, phosphate, and nitrogen base)

Building blocks of DNA

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Replication 500

Replication 500

Ans: What are substitutions (mis-sense, non-sense, silent, frameshifts (insertions, deletions)?

Types of mutations

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Protein synthesis 100

Protein synthesis100

Ans: What is the ribosome?

Organelle where it occurs

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Protein synthesis 200

Protein synthesis 200

Ans: What are tRNA molecules?

Carry amino acids to the mRNA

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Protein synthesis 300

Protein synthesis300

Building blocks of proteins

Ans: What are amino acids?

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Protein synthesis 400

Protein synthesis 400

Ans: What is a codon?

3 base group on mRNA

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Protein synthesis 500

Protein synthesis500

Ans: What is methionine, start?

AUG codes for this

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Evolution 100

Evolution100

Creates changes in DNA sequence that can lead to phenotypic changes

Ans: What is a mutation?

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Evolution 200

Evolution 200

Ans: What is a more recent common ancestor?

Less differences in amino acids in a gene between species

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Evolution 300

Evolution 300

Ans: What DNA nucleotides (A,T,C,G)?

All living organisms have the same type of

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Evolution 400

Evolution400

Ans: What is sequence of bases and/or amount of DNA?

DNA between organisms differs in

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Evolution 500

Evolution 500

Ans: What is a common ancestor for each line from the branching point?

a branching point in a cladogram

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Karotypes 100

Karotypes100

Ans: What is 23?

Number of chromosome pairs in normal human

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Karotypes 200

Karotypes 200

Ans: What are XX and XY?

Sex chromosomes for male and female

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Karotypes 300

Karotypes 300

Ans: What 47XX +21?

Notation for female with Down’s syndrome

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Karotypes 400

Karotypes400

Ans: What is trisomy?

Three copies of a chromosome

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Karotype 500

Karotype 500

Ans: What is failure to separate during meiosis (non-disjunction)?

Extra and/or missing chromosomes occur because

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Daily double

DAILY

DOUBLE


Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy


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DNA

The central Dogma (step by step explanation)

ANS: What is DNA Replication Transcription Translation?


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