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Bacteria jeopardy

  1. 2. Bacterial Structure
  2. 3. Bacterial diseases
  3. 4. Bacterial kingdoms
  4. 5. Bacterial importance
  5. 6. Growth and reproduction
  6. 7. Oxygen
  7. 8. $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 structure diseases kingdoms importance grow oxygen
  8. 9. This surrounds the bacteria
  9. 10. What is cell wall?
  10. 11. This long structure allows the bacteria to move
  11. 12. What are flagella?
  12. 13. Eubacteria contain it in their cell walls.
  13. 14. What is peptidoglycan?
  14. 15. Prokaryotes lack these, eukaryotes have them
  15. 16. What are a nucleus and membrane bound organelles?
  16. 17. Prokaryotes are identified by these 3 shapes
  17. 18. What are cocci, spiral and bacilli or rod shaped
  18. 19. Bacteria can form these so that they can survive and infect at a later time
  19. 20. What is a spore or endospore
  20. 21. This bacteria stains violet
  21. 22. What is gram positive?
  22. 23. This bacteria is thin walled and stains red
  23. 24. What is gram negative?
  24. 25. Bacterial infections are usually treated with this?
  25. 26. What are antibiotics?
  26. 27. Lyme disease is a bacterial disease and is carried by this
  27. 28. What is a tick?
  28. 29. Example of a common prokaryote
  29. 30. What are bacteria?
  30. 31. Characteristic that groups all Prokaryotes together
  31. 32. What is no nucleus & no membrane-bound organelles?
  32. 33. Type of reproduction used by bacteria
  33. 34. What is asexual?
  34. 35. Daily Double!!
  35. 36. Division of prokaryotic cells is called this
  36. 37. What is binary fission?
  37. 38. Comparison of daughter cells formed when a bacterial cell divides
  38. 39. What is identical?
  39. 40. Bacteria act as these to help recycle nutrients
  40. 41. What is decomposers?
  41. 42. Term for converting nitrogen gas into a usable form for plants
  42. 43. What is nitrogen fixation?
  43. 44. Due to their ability to digest petroleum, they are helpful for this task
  44. 45. What is cleaning up an oil spill?
  45. 46. The bacteria that live in the intestines and produce vitamins
  46. 47. What is E. coli?
  47. 48. Bacteria change nitrogen gas into this compound
  48. 49. What is ammonia?
  49. 50. There is no exchange of genetic information involved in this type of reproduction
  50. 51. What is asexual?
  51. 52. Production of 2 identical daughter cells
  52. 53. What is binary fission?
  53. 54. Process in which bacteria exchange genetic information
  54. 55. What is conjugation?
  55. 56. A type of spore that produces a thick wall
  56. 57. What is an endospore?
  57. 58. Bacteria can divide this often
  58. 59. What is every 20 minutes?
  59. 60. What organisms that require oxygen are called
  60. 61. What are obligate aerobes?
  61. 62. What organisms that cannot tolerate oxygen are called
  62. 63. What are obligate anaerobes?
  63. 64. These can survive with or without oxygen
  64. 65. What is a facultative anaerobe?
  65. 66. This bacteria is an example of a facultative anaerobe
  66. 67. What is E. coli?
  67. 68. Clostridium botulinum can grow in this when it is not properly sterilized
  68. 69. What is canned food?
  69. 70. Double Jeopardy!!
  70. 72. Mitotic Spindle
  71. 73. Division of Body Cells
  72. 74. Prefixes and Suffixes
  73. 75. Meiosis I
  74. 76. Meiosis II
  75. 77. Gametogenesis
  76. 78. $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 $200 $400 $600 $800 $1000 Mitotic Spindle Division of Body Cells Prefixes & Suffixes Meiosis I Meiosis II Gametogenesis
  77. 79. Mitotic phase in which the spindle begins to form
  78. 80. What is prophase?
  79. 81. Pair of cylindrical bodies in animal cells that forms the spindle
  80. 82. What are centrioles?
  81. 83. Spindle fibers are made of these structures found in the cytoplasm
  82. 84. What are microtubules?
  83. 85. Spindle fibers that attach to the centromere of a chromosome pair
  84. 86. What are kinetochore fibers?
  85. 87. Spindle fibers that extend completely across a dividing cell
  86. 88. What are polar fibers?
  87. 89. Another name for body cells
  88. 90. What are somatic cells?
  89. 91. Chromosome number found in human body cells
  90. 92. What is 46 or 2n?
  91. 93. Type of reproduction used by body cells
  92. 94. What is asexual?
  93. 95. Two examples of cells in humans that aren’t called “body cells”
  94. 96. What are eggs & sperm?
  95. 97. Type of cell in the body that does not undergo cell division
  96. 98. What are nerve cells?
  97. 99. Prefix meaning two
  98. 100. What is di-?
  99. 101. Suffix meaning cell
  100. 102. What is –cyte?
  101. 103. Prefix meaning middle
  102. 104. What is meta-?
  103. 105. Prefix meaning the same
  104. 106. What is homo-?
  105. 107. Prefix meaning egg
  106. 108. What is oo-?
  107. 109. Phase in which DNA coils into chromosomes
  108. 110. What is Prophase I?
  109. 111. Two structures that disassemble at the beginning of Meiosis I
  110. 112. What is the nucleolus & nuclear envelope?
  111. 113. The pairing of homologous chromosomes
  112. 114. What is synapsis?
  113. 115. Number of chromosomes in a tetrad
  114. 116. What is four?
  115. 117. Daily Double!!
  116. 118. Exchange of genes that occurs during Meiosis I
  117. 119. What is crossing-over?
  118. 120. This process occurs before Meiosis I, but Not before Meiosis II
  119. 121. What is copying DNA?
  120. 122. Spindle fibers reform in this phase
  121. 123. What is Prophase II?
  122. 124. Chromosomes are found here during Metaphase I
  123. 125. What is the equator?
  124. 126. Organs in which Meiosis occurs
  125. 127. What are the testes and ovaries?
  126. 128. Daily Double!!
  127. 129. Chromosome number of cells at the end of Meiosis II
  128. 130. What is 1n or haploid?
  129. 131. Another name for reproductive cells such as the egg & sperm
  130. 132. What are gametes?
  131. 133. Production of sperm cells
  132. 134. What is spermatogenesis?
  133. 135. Number of sperm cells formed during Gametogenesis
  134. 136. What is four?
  135. 137. These small cells degenerate during oogenesis
  136. 138. What are polar bodies?
  137. 139. Chromosome number found in a human spermatid
  138. 140. What is 1n = 23?
  139. 141. Final Jeopardy Chromosomes with identical size, shape, & traits, but different alleles
  140. 142. What are Homologs?

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