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JEOPARDY. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Oudemansiella_nocturnum.JPG. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:SalmonellaNIAID.jpg. Answer. Contains DNA and can make proteins but contains no membrane-bound organelles. Question. What are bacteria?. Answer.

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JEOPARDY

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:Oudemansiella_nocturnum.JPG

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Image:SalmonellaNIAID.jpg

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  • Contains DNA and can make proteins but contains no membrane-bound organelles.
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  • What are bacteria?
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  • Consists of a nucleic acid usually surrounded by a protein coat.
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  • What is a virus?
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  • Made of protein only.
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  • What is a prion?
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  • Secretes enzymes and digests food outside its cells. We eat the fruiting bodies of some species.
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  • What are fungi?
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  • Single-celled eukaryotes. Members of this group do not easily fit into other kingdoms.
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  • What are protists?
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  • Responsible for rising bread and brewing beer.
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  • What is yeast?
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Double JEOPARDY

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Double JEOPARDY Answer
  • Source of the atmospheric oxygen on early earth.
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Double JEAPORDY Question
  • What is cyanobacteria?
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  • Responsible for the production of vitamin K in the human colon.
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  • What is bacteria (E. coli)?
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  • Exists in a symbiotic relationship with coral performing photosynthesis. Damaged when coral reefs are “bleached.”
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  • What are algae?
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  • Role that bacteria play in the nodules of some plants which provides an essential nutrient.
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  • What is nitrogen fixation?
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  • Three cell shapes used to distinguish bacteria.
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  • What are round (cocci), rod (bacillus), and spiral (spirochete)?
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  • Stain used to distinguish bacterial cell wall structures.
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  • What is gram stain?
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  • Structure responsible for movement in bacteria.
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  • What is a flagellum?
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  • Tube through which “male” DNA is transferred to a “female” strain in conjugation.
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  • What is a pilus?
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  • Bacterial structure which aids in survival in adverse conditions.
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  • What is an endospore?
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  • Caused by a protist and spread by mosquitoes. Sickle cell carriers are less likely to contract this deadly disease.
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  • What is malaria?
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  • Spread by deer ticks and is named after a town in Connecticut.
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  • What is Lyme disease.
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Can be carried on improperly cleaned uncooked food and causes illness in humans (and sometimes death). Recent cases linked to eating raw tomatoes and/or hot peppers.
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  • What is E. coli O157;H7
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  • Disease that causes the most deaths world-wide. Spread through the air through coughing.
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  • What is Tuberculosis?
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  • Scientists used to think this stomach disease was caused by stress. Recently discovered that it is caused by a bacterium, H. pylori.
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  • What are ulcers?
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  • The causative agent for AIDS.
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  • What is HIV?
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  • The name for transfer of DNA between bacteria.
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  • What is horizontal gene transfer (HGT: transformation, conjugation, or transduction)?
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  • Disease that can be caused by eating improperly canned food. Disease is caused by a toxin made by the bacteria. Injection of this toxin is used to remove wrinkles.
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  • What is botulism?
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  • Process where naked DNA is transferred into a bacterium. This method is used to make recombinant DNA clones.
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  • What is transformation?
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  • Cause of concern in hospital bacterial infections.
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  • Multiple Drug Resistant bacteria.