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DNA Review!. FINAL JEOPARDY. Question for Structure - $100. This is the monomer of a nucleic acid. Home. View Answer. Answer for Structure - $100. What is a nucleotide?. Home. View Question. Question for Structure - $200. This is the 3 part structure of a nucleotide. Home.

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question for structure 100
Question for Structure- $100
  • This is the monomer of a nucleic acid.

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answer for structure 100
Answer for Structure- $100
  • What is a nucleotide?

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question for structure 200
Question for Structure- $200
  • This is the 3 part structure of a nucleotide.

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answer for structure 200
Answer for Structure- $200
  • What is a 5-carbon sugar, phosphate group and nitrogenous base?

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question for structure 300
Question for Structure- $300
  • These are the 4 nitrogenous bases found in DNA.

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answer for structure 300
Answer for Structure- $300
  • What are adenine, thymine, guanine and cytosine?

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Question for Structure- $400
  • These two parts of the nucleotide make up the sides to the structure.

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answer for structure 400
Answer for Structure- $400
  • What are the sugar and phosphate group?

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Question for Structure- $500
  • When bonding together, the thymine base will match up with this base.

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Answer for Structure - $500
  • What is adenine?

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Question for Scientists - $100
  • Franklin and Wilkins used this method to take photos of DNA.

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Answer for Scientists - $100
  • What is X-ray diffraction?

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Question for Scientists - $200
  • This is what Watson and Crick were able to discover after they analyzed the DNA X-ray photo.

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Answer for Scientists - $200
  • What is the double helix structure of DNA?

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Question for Scientists - $300
  • This is the type of virus that infects bacteria only.

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Answer for Scientists - $300
  • What is a bacteriophage?

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Question for Scientists - $400
  • This scientist worked with enzymes to break down pneumonia bacteria and discovered it is the DNA in the bacteria that causes infection.

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Answer for Scientists - $400
  • Who is Avery?

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Question for Scientists - $500
  • The results of Griffith showed that the bacteria treated with heat killed smooth bacteria did this to the rough harmless bacteria.

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  • What is cause a transformation to harmful bacteria?

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  • This is when a bacteria changes another bacteria.

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  • What is a transformation?

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Question for Vocab - $200
  • This rule was made by Chargaff and explain that Adenine bonds with Thymine and Guanine bonds with Cytosine.

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  • What is base pairing?

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Question for Vocab - $300
  • When DNA is copied is it called this.

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Answer for DNA Replication- $300
  • What is replication?

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  • This part of the mRNA is expressed and gets to exit the nucleus after RNA editing.

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  • What are exons?

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  • This is a change in the DNA sequence and could cause problems.

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  • What is a mutation?

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Question for Protein Synthesis- $100
  • This enzyme “unzips” DNA and adds new RNA nucleotides to the DNA template.

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answer for protein synthesis 100
Answer for Protein Synthesis- $100
  • What is RNA polymerase?

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Question for Protein Synthesis- $200
  • This is what RNA polymerase needs to bind to in order to start the mRNA synthesis.

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answer for protein synthesis 200
Answer for Protein Synthesis- $200
  • What is a promoter?

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Question for Protein Synthesis- $300
  • This is a 3 letter sequence found on mRNA.

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answer for protein synthesis 300
Answer for Protein Synthesis- $300
  • What is a codon?

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Question for Protein Synthesis- $400
  • During translation, the tRNA molecules transfer these to the ribosomes.

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answer for protein synthesis 400
Answer for Protein Synthesis- $400
  • What are amino acids?

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Question for Protein Synthesis- $500
  • This is where transcription takes place and the mRNA needs to do this in order to move to the ribosomes in the cytoplasm.

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answer for protein synthesis 500
Answer for Protein Synthesis- $500
  • What is in the nucleus and add a poly A tail and 5’ cap?

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Question for RNA vs. DNA- $100
  • These are the sugars found in DNA and RNA.

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Answer for RNA vs. DNA- $100
  • What are deoxyribose (DNA) and ribose (RNA)?

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Question for RNA vs. DNA- $200
  • This is the nitrogenous base found in RNA that replaces thymine.

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Answer for RNA vs. DNA- $200
  • What is uracil?

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Question for RNA vs. DNA- $300
  • These are the 3 types of RNA found in our cells.

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Answer for RNA vs. DNA- $300
  • What are mRNA, rRNA and tRNA?

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Question for RNA vs. DNA- $400
  • This is how many strands the RNA molecule has.

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Answer for RNA vs. DNA- $400
  • What is 1 (single stranded)?

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Question for RNA vs. DNA- $500
  • This is the correct DNA sequence that is complimentary to this RNA = CUAAUGU?

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  • What is GATTACA?

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These are the steps to protein synthesis. Include the name of the process, the location and the enzymes involved.

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Transcription (in the nucleus) – RNA polymerase binds to promoter then “unzips” the DNA. Next, the enzyme adds RNA nucleotides to the make an mRNA strand. Once RNA polymerase reaches the STOP codon it releases. Then, mRNA needs to get a poly tail and cap before moving out to the cytoplasm.

  • Translation (on a ribosome in the cytoplasm) – First, two ribosomal subunits bind together to make the protein factory. Next, the mRNA slides through the ribosome and once the start codon is found the translation begins. The tRNA molecule transfers amino acids to the ribosome based on the codon sequence given by mRNA. Once the tRNA reaches the STOP codon, then tRNA releases and ribosomal subunits break down.