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Title: JEOPARDY


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JEOPARDY
with your host
SS Magrogan
At HHS
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JEOPARDY!
Biomolecules
Cells and membrane
Signaling
Mitosis Meiosis
MendelianGenetics
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BIOMOLECULES 100
  • The bonding of two amino acid molecules to form a
    larger molecule requires
  • The release of a water molecule
  • The release of a carbon dioxide molecule
  • C. The addition of nitrogen atom
  • D. The addition of a water molecule
  • E. The increase in activation energy

Answer
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BIOMOLECULES100
  • A

Back to the board
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BIOMOLECULES200
The gasoline consumed by an automobile is a
fossil fuel consisting mostly of A.
aldehydes. B. amino acids. C. alcohols. D.
hydrocarbons. E. thiols.
Answer
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BIOMOLECULES200
D
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BIOMOLECULES300
  • All of the following are functional groups except
  • a. Amino
  • b. Phosphate
  • c. Hydroxyl
  • d. Nitrogen
  • e. Sulfhydryl

Answer
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BIOMOLECULES300
D
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BIOMOLECULES400
All of the following are one of the basic
macromolecules except
  • a. Protein
  • b. Carbohydrate
  • c.Lipid
  • d.Nitrate
  • e.Nucleic Acids

Answer
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BIOMOLECULES400
D
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BIOMOLECULES500
A common feature of starch and glycogen is that
molecules of both A.Form microfibrils that give
support to connective tissue fibers. B.Contain
repeated monomers of glucose and galactose.
C.Are important structural components of plant
cell walls. D.Are polymers of glucose. E.Are
water-soluble disaccharides.
Answer
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BIOMOLECULES500
D
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BIOMOLECULES600
  • The structure above is a
  • A. Monosaccharide
  • B. Disaccharide
  • C. Lipid
  • D. Polymer
  • E. Nitrogenous Base

Answer
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BIOMOLECULES 600
B
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CELLS and Membrane 100
  • While studying a cell with the electron
    microscope, a scientist notes the following
    numerous ribosomes, a well-developed endoplasmic
    reticulum, chloroplasts and a cell wall. Which of
    the following could be the source of this cell?
  • A. A fungus
  • B. An animal
  • C. A bacterium
  • D. A plant
  • E. A virus

Answer
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CELLS and Membrane100
  • D

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CELLS and Membrane 200
  • Which of the following are characteristics of
    both bacteria and fungi?
  • a. Cell wall, unicellular, mitochondria
  • b. Cell wall, DNA, plasma membrane
  • c. Nucleus, organelles, unicellular
  • d. Plasma membrane, multicellular, golgi
    apparatus
  • e. Nucleus, RNA, cell wall

Answer
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CELLS and Membrane 200
B
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CELLS and Membrane 300
Most cells cannot harness heat to perform work
because A. heat is not a form of energy. B.
cells do not have much heat they are relatively
cool. C. temperature is usually uniform
throughout a cell. D. heat cannot be used to do
work. E. heat denatures enzymes.
Answer
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CELLS and Membrane 300
C
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CELLS and Membrane 400
  • What is when a cell ingests extracellular fluid
    and its dissolved solutes
  • a. Phagocytosis
  • b. Pinocytosis
  • c. Receptor-mediated
  • d. Plasmolysis

Answer
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CELLS and Membrane 400
B
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CELLS and Membrane 500
The cell engulfs a particle by wrapping
pseudopodia around it during-
  • A. Pinocytosis
  • B. Receptor-mediated endocytosis
  • C. Exocytosis
  • D. Phagocytosis
  • E. Cranialcytosis

Answer
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CELLS and Membrane 500
D
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CELLS and Membrane 600
Which of the following cellular organelles is
most closely associated with the transcription
activity of RNA?A. MitochondrionB. NucleusC.
RibosomeD. Golgi apparatusE. Lysosome
Answer
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CELLS and Membrane 600
B
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Resp and Photo 100
  • Which of the following statements is true about
    the Krebs cycle and the Calvin cycle?
  • A. they both result in a net production of ATP
    and NADH
  • B. they both require a new input of ATP
  • C. they both result in a release of oxygen
  • D. they both take place within the cytoplasmic
    matrix
  • E. they both are carried out by enzymes located
    within an organelle matrix

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Resp and Photo 100
  • E

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Resp and Photo 200
3 - In aerobic respiration, the final electron
acceptor in the electron transport chain is
  • A. NAD
  • B. O2
  • C. H2O
  • D. NADP
  • E. H2

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Resp and Photo 200
  • B

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Resp and Photo 300
Most of the cells ATP comes from which process?
  1. Glycolysis
  2. Photosynthesis
  3. Substrate-level phosphorylation
  4. Binary Fission
  5. Oxidative phosphorylation

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Resp and Photo 300
  • E

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Resp and Photo 400
  • During what stage of photosynthesis is O2
    produced?
  • A. Cyclic Photophosphorylation
  • B. The light-dependent reactions involving
    photosystems I and II
  • C. Carbon fixation
  • D. O2 is not produced during photosynthesis
  • E. Oxidative Phosphorylation

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Resp and Photo 400
  • B

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Resp and Photo 500
Which metabolic pathway is common to both
fermentation and cellular respiration? A. Krebs
cycle. B. Electron transport chain. C.
Glycolysis. D. Synthesis of acetyl CoA from
pyruvate. E. Reduction of pyruvate to lactate.
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Resp and Photo 500
C
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Resp and Photo 600
  • The function of water in photosynthesis is to
  • A. Combine with CO2
  • B. Absorb light energy
  • C. Supply electrons in the light dependent
    reactions
  • D. Transport H ions in the light-independent
    reactions
  • E. Provide O2 for the light-independent reactions

Answer
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Resp and Photo 600
C
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SIGNALING100
1- What does the term Phosphorylated mean?
  • A. Making own energy in the presence of light
  • B. A molecule that has received a phosphate
    group
  • C. A reaction that absorbs free energy from its
    surroundings
  • D. The use of exergonic processes to drive an
    endergic one
  • E. When a cell does not need ATP to do cellular
    work

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SIGNALING100
  • B

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SIGNALING200
  • Which of the following offers the best
    description of neural transmission across a
    mammalian synaptic gap?
  • Neural impulses involve the flow of K and Na
    across the gap.
  • Neural impulses travel across the gap as
    electrical currents.
  • Neural impulses cause the release of chemicals
    that diffuse across the gap.
  • Neural impulses travel across the gap in both
    directions.
  • The calcium within the axons and dendrites of
    nerves adjacent to a synapse acts as the
    neurotransmitter.

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SIGNALING200
C
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SIGNALING300
What allows a plasma membrane to maintain and/or
reduce its fluidity?
  • A. hydrophobic tails
  • B. hydrophilic heads
  • C. hydrophobic heads
  • D. hydrophilic tails
  • E. cholesterol

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SIGNALING300
E
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SIGNALING400
What activates a G-protein?
  1. ATP
  2. GTP
  3. GMP
  4. AMP
  5. Energy molecules

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SIGNALING400
B
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SIGNALING500
A proteins tertiary structure refers to the
  • A. Amino acid sequence
  • B. Attachment site for the ribosome
  • C. Three- dimensional folding of the polypeptide
  • D. Sequence of nucleotides
  • E. Binding sites for oxygen

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SIGNALING500
C
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SIGNALING600
Enzymes are affected by all of the following
EXCEPT A) pH     B) temperature    C) chemical
agents     D) concentration of
substrates     E) concentration of water
Answer
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SIGNALING600
E
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Mitosis Meiosis100
  • Regarding mitosis and cytokinesis, one difference
    between higher plants and animals is that in
    plants,
  • A. the spindles contain cellulose microfibrils in
    addition to microtubules, whereas animal spindles
    do not contain microfibrils
  • B. sister chromatids are identical, whereas in
    animals they differ from one another
  • C. a cell plate begins to form at telophase,
    whereas in animals a cleavage furrow is initiated
    at that stage
  • D. chromosomes become attached to the spindle at
    prophase, whereas in animals chromosomes do not
    become attached until anaphase
  • E. spindle poles contain centrioles, whereas
    spindle poles in animals do not

Answer
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Mitosis Meiosis100
  • C

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Mitosis Meiosis200
Meiosis differs from mitosis in that,A. only
Meiosis II deals with DNA replicationB. a
mutation occurs when more than one checkpoint is
ignoredC. the nuclear envelope in Telophase I
does not reformD. spindle fibers pull different
amounts off chromosomes than in mitosisE. DNA
replication at end of the process takes longer
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Mitosis Meiosis200
C
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Mitosis Meiosis300
  • Homologous chromosomes move to opposite poles of
    a dividing cell during
  • A. mitosis.
  • B. meiosis I.
  • C. meiosis II.
  • D. fertilization.
  • E. binary fission.

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Mitosis Meiosis300
B
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Mitosis Meiosis400
  • Multicellular Haploid organisms
  • A. Are typically called sporophytes.
  • B. Produce new cells for growth by meiosis.
  • C. Produce gametes by mitosis.
  • D. Are found only in aquatic environments.
  • E. Are the direct result of symgamy.

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Mitosis Meiosis400
C
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Mitosis Meiosis500
1. The synaptonemal complex disassembles in
  1. Prophase II
  2. Metaphase II
  3. Telophase I
  4. Metaphase I
  5. Prophase I

Answer
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Mitosis Meiosis500
  • E

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Mitosis Meiosis600
An organism with 8 chromosome in somatic tissue
will have ________ chromosome in germ-line tissue
(cells that will eventually undergo meiosis)
  1. 2
  2. 4
  3. 8
  4. 16
  5. 32

Answer
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Mitosis Meiosis 600
C
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Mendelian Genetics 100
4 - All of the following statements are correct
regarding alleles EXCEPT
  • A. A gene can have more than one allele
  • B. Two identical alleles are said to be
    heterozygous with respect to that gene
  • C. Alleles are found on corresponding loci of
    homologous chromosomes
  • D. Alleles are alternative forms of the same gene
  • E. One allele can be dominant the other can be
    recessive

Answer
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Mendelian Genetics 100
  • B

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Mendelian Genetics 200
5 - Ronnie performs a cross between 2 European
Harvest Mice, both having black fur. Black fur is
dominant over white fur. 75 of the offspring
have black coats and 25 have white coats. The
researcher can assume that the parents genotypes
were most likely
  • A. BB x BB
  • B. BB x Bb
  • C. BB x bb
  • D. Bb x Bb
  • E. bb x bb

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Mendelian Genetics 200
  • D

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Mendelian Genetics 300
  • A spermatocyte produces the above four sperm
    cells.
  • These cells are the result of nondisjunction
    during which of the following phases?
  • (A) Interphase (G1 or G2)
  • (B) Interphase (S)
  • (C) Mitosis
  • (D) Meiosis I
  • (E) Meiosis II

Answer
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Mendelian Genetics 300
D
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Mendelian Genetics 400
The alleles for the presence of freckles is f,
recessive and F, dominant for a clear face. If
Don is homozygous dominant for a clear face and
Mindy, his wife, has freckles, what is the
probability that their children will not have
freckles?
  • 0
  • 25
  • 50
  • 75
  • 100

Answer
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Mendelian Genetics 400
e
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Mendelian Genetics 500
This question refers to the birth of a child with
blood type A to a mother with blood type B. The
father must have which of the following blood
types? A. AB only B. Either AB or B C. Either AB
or O D. Either AB or A E. AB or A or O
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Mendelian Genetics 500
D
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Mendelian Genetics 600
If the father has blood type AB, and the child is
Type A and mother is Type B- which of the
following statements is correct about the
mother? A. She contributes an i allele, which is
recessive to the fathers I-A allele. B. She
contributes an I-B allele, which is codominant to
the fathers I-A allele. C. She contributes an i
allele, which is codominant to the fathers I-B
allele. D. She is homozygous for the I-B allele.
E. She contributes an I-B allele, which is
recessive to the fathers I-A allele.
Answer
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Mendelian Genetics 600
A
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Daily Double!
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JEOPARDY!
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JEOPARDY
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JEOPARDY!
Chromosomal Disorders
Viruses and Bacteria
DNA and Replication
Linked Genes/traits
Translation
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Linked Genes/Traits 100
The following are reasons for genetic variation
except- a. Independent Assortment b. Crossing
over c. Random Fertilization d. Budding e.
Mutation
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Linked Genes/Traits 100
D
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Linked Genes/Traits 200
  • Which of the following is not due to a
    chromosomal alteration
  • a. Down Syndrome
  • b. Klinefelter Syndrome
  • c. Chronic Myelogenous Leukemia
  • d. Hemophilia

Answer
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Linked Genes/Traits 200
D
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Linked Genes /Traits300
Which of the following is the most likely
explanation for a high rate of crossing-over
between two genes? (A) The two genes are far
apart on the same chromosome. (B) The two genes
are both located near the centromere. (C) The two
genes are sex-linked. (D) The two genes code for
the same protein. (E) The two genes are on
different chromosomes.
Answer
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Linked Genes/Traits 300
A
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Linked Genes /Traits400
3. The name for a chromosome map unit is-
  1. Centistern
  2. Centimorgan
  3. Millimendel
  4. Decibarr
  5. centisutton

Answer
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Linked Genes /Traits400
B
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Linked Genes /Traits500
  • It was relevent that Mendal examined the F2
    generation as well as the F1 generation due to
  • Mendel acquired very little progeny, making
    statistical analysis complicated
  • Parental traits emerged in the F2 that werent
    seen in the F1
  • F1 allowed Mendel to come up with the Law of
    Segregation but not the Law of independence.
  • Many F1 progeny died
  • All of the above

Answer
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Linked Genes/Traits 500
B
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Linked Genes/Traits 600
Sexually reproducing organisms show greater
variation than asexually reproducing ones because
  1. They exhibit fewer mutations
  2. They exhibit a greater mutation rate
  3. Asexually reproducing organisms do not have
    internal membranes
  4. Their alleles combine
  5. They are larger

Answer
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Linked Genes/Traits 600
D
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Chromosomal Disorders100
Inactivation of an X chromosome involves what?
  1. ATP and mRNA
  2. Amino acid and RNA
  3. Methyl group and cytosine
  4. Guanine and an SH group
  5. Proteins and ATP

Answer
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Chromosomal Disorders100
  • C

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Chromosomal Disorders200
Which of the following best describes the
parents in a testcross? A. One individual has
the dominant phenotype and the other has the
recessive phenotype. B. Both individuals are
heterozygous. C. Both individuals have the
dominant phenotype. D. Both individuals have the
recessive phenotype. E. Both individuals have an
unknown phenotype.
Answer
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Chromosomal Disorders200
A
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Chromosomal Disorders300
  • 3. What type of inheritance is shown in the
    pedigree given above?
  • A.Y-linked
  • B.Sex Linked Dominant
  • C.Autosomal Dominant
  • D.Autosomal Recessive
  • E. B, C or D

Answer
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Chromosomal Disorders300
E
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Chromosomal Disorders400
  • When a segment moves from one chromosome to
    another it is called-
  • a. Deletion
  • b. Duplication
  • c. Translocation
  • d. Inversion

Answer
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Chromosomal Disorders400
C
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Chromosomal Disorders500
Which of the following diseases cause mucus build
up in the lungs due to a lack of a protein that
inhibits the flow of Chlorine into the cells?
  • A. Sickle Cell
  • B. Cystic Fibrosis
  • C. HIV
  • D. Huntingtons Disease
  • E. Tay-Sachs

Answer
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Chromosomal Disorders500
B
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Chromosomal Disorders600
  • A human genetic defect that affects the ability
    to metabolize a particular amino acid is
  • (A) phenylketonuria
  • (B) hemophilia
  • (C) sickle cell anemia
  • (D) Down's syndrome
  • (E) Turner's syndrome

Answer
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Chromosomal Disorders600
A
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DNA and Replication 100
  • The primer that initiates synthesis of a new DNA
    strand is usually
  • a. RNA.
  • b. DNA.
  • c. Okazaki fragment.
  • d. Structural protein.
  • e. Thymine dimer.

Answer
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DNA and Replication 100
A
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DNA and Replication 200
  • 1. Which three people were awarded the Nobel
    Prize for the discovery of the structure of DNA?
  • A.James Watson, Rosalind Franklin and Maurice
    Wilkins
  • B.Francis Crick, James Watson and Rosalind
    Franklin
  • C.James Watson, Francis Crick and Maurice Wilkins
  • D.Maurice Wilkins, Rosalind Franklin and Francis
    Crick
  • E. Chuck Norris, Yoda, and Batman

Answer
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DNA and Replication 200
C
Yoda, Chuck, and Batman
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DNA and Replication 300
A SSB protein serves to A. Untwist Double
Helix B. Fill gaps with the Okazaki fragments C.
Join RNA nucleotides to make the primer D.
Elongate new DNA at a replication fork E. Hold
apart unpaired DNA strands
Answer
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DNA and Replication 300
E
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DNA and Replication400
In DNA replication, which of the following does
NOT occur?
  • (A) Helicase unwinds the double helix.
  • (B) DNA ligase links the Okazaki fragments.
  • (C) RNA polymerase is used to elongate both
    chains of the helix.
  • (D) DNA strands grow in the 5' to 3' direction.
  • (E) Complimentary bases attach to each DNA
    strand.

Answer
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DNA and Replication 400
C
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DNA and Replication 500
  • ABCDEF? ABDEF
  • A rearrangement in linear sequence of genes as
    shown in the diagram above is known as
  • A. duplication
  • B. deletion
  • C. inversion
  • D. polyploidy
  • E. translocation

Answer
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DNA and Replication 500
B
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DNA and Replication 600
  • Analysis of DNA sequences from two individuals of
    the same species results in a greater estimate of
    genetic variability than does analysis of amino
    acid sequences from the same individuals because
  • (A) different DNA sequences can code for the
    same amino acid
  • (B) some amino acid variations cannot be
    detected by protein electrophoresis
  • (C) DNA sequencing is a more reliable technique
    than protein electrophoresis
  • (D) proteins are more easily damaged than is DNA
  • (E) DNA is more heat-sensitive and therefore
    varies more

Answer
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DNA and Replication 600
A
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Transcription 100
  • Once transcribed, eukaryotic mRNA typically
    undergoes substantial alteration that results
    primarily from
  • A.Excision of introns
  • B. Fusion into circular forms known as plasmids
  • C. Linkage to histone molecules
  • D. Union with ribosomes
  • E. Fusion with other newly transcribed mRNA
    molecules to form larger translatable units

Answer
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Transcription 100
  • A

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Transcription 200
A. Transcription B. Translation C.
Transformation D. Replication E. Reverse
transcription I. Process in which a protein is
assembled at a ribosome II. Process in which
naked DNA is taken up by a bacterial or yeast
cell. III. Process that results in the
production of DNA, from an RNA molecule. IV.
Process in which RNA is produced by using a DNA
template.
Answer
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Transcription 200
B C E A
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Transcription 300
  • If a segment of DNA is 5-TAC GAT TAG-3, the
    RNA that results from the transcription of this
    segment will be
  • 3-TAC GAT TAU-5
  • 3-ATG CTA ATA-5
  • 3-UAC GAU UAG-5
  • 3-AAC GAU UAA-5
  • 3-AUG CUA AUC-5

Answer
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Transcription 300
E
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Transcription 400
  • Which of the following is correct about a codon?
  • Consists of 2 nucleotides
  • May code for same Amino Acid as another codon
  • Catalyzes RNA Synthesis
  • Basic unit of Genetic Code
  • None of the above

Answer
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Transcription 400
B
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Transcription 500
  • If a messenger RNA codon is UAC, which of the
    following would be the complementary anticodon
    triplet in the transfer RNA?A. ATGB. AUCC.
    AUGD. ATTE. ATC

Answer
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Transcription 500
C
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Transcription 600
  • Once transcribed, eukaryotic mRNA typically
    undergoes substantial alterationthat results
    primarily from(A) excision of introns(B) fusion
    into circular forms known as plasmids(C) linkage
    to histone molecules(D) union with ribosomes(E)
    fusion with other newly transcribed mRNA
    molecules to form largertranslatable units

Answer
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Transcription 600
A
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Translation100
In order, the three steps of elongation in
translation are A. Peptide bond
formation-Translocation-Codon recognition B.
Codon recognition-Peptide bond formation-Transloca
tion C. Translocation-codon recognition- Peptide
bond formation D. Codon recognition-
Translocation-Peptide bond formation E. None of
the above
Answer
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Translation100
B
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Translation200
The correct sequence between genes and their
phenotypic line of action isA.
RNA-DNA-protein-traitB. DNA-RNA-protein-traitC.
protein-DNA-RNA-traitD. trait-DNA-RNA-proteinE.
trait-protein-DNA-RNA
Answer
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Translation200
B
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Translation300
  • Which of the following is true of translation in
    human cells? A. It occurs on the ribosomes. B.
    The mRNA is "read" two bases at a time. C. The
    tRNA contains the same bases as the DNA gene. D.
    The process occurs before transcription. E. DNA
    polymerase is necessary for translation.

Answer
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Translation300
A
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Translation400
  • Which of the following represents the maximum
    number of amino acids that could be incorporated
    into a polypeptide encoded by 21 nucleotides of
    messenger RNA?A. 3B. 7C. 21D. 42E. 63

Answer
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Translation400
B
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Translation500
  • The replacement of glutamic acid by valine at a
    specific position in the beta chains of
    hemoglobin leads to sickle cell anemia. This
    change represents which of the following
    mutational events?
  • A. DNA base pair substitution
  • B. DNA base pair deletion
  • C. DNA base pair addition
  • D. Chromosomal deletion
  • E. Frame shift mutation

Answer
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Translation500
A
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Translation 600
  • Which of the following words explain the ability
    of tRNAs to be less specific to the codon that
    their attached amino acid recognizes
  • (A) redundancy
  • (B) ambiguity
  • (C) wobble
  • (D) teeter
  • (E) chuck norris

Answer
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Translation600
C
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Viruses and Bacteria 100
  • Which of the following are characteristics of ALL
    Viruses?
  • Nucleic acid genome
  • Glycoprotien cell wall
  • Protien caspid
  • I only
  • II Only
  • III Only
  • I,III Only
  • I,II,III

Answer
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Viruses and Bacteria 100
D
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Viruses and Bacteria 200
A change in genotype and phenotype due to the
assimilation of a foreign substance (now known to
be DNA) by a bacterial cell is called a(n)
  • A. transformation
  • B. adaptation
  • C. translation
  • D. assimilation
  • E. inheritance

Answer
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Viruses and Bacteria 200
A
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Viruses and Bacteria 300
Viral genomes may consist of
  • A. SSDNA
  • B. ssRNA
  • C. DSDNA
  • D. DSRNA
  • E. All of the above

Answer
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Viruses and Bacteria 300
E
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Viruses and Bacteria 400
Which of the following is NOT a characteristic of
bacteria?
  • (A) Circular double-stranded DNA
  • (B) Membrane-bound cellular organelles
  • (C) Plasma membrane consisting of lipids and
    proteins
  • (D) Ribosomes that synthesizes polypeptides
  • (E) Cell wall made of peptidoglycan

Answer
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Viruses and Bacteria 400
B
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Viruses and Bacteria 500
  • Which of the following are not matched correctly
  • A. Virulent virus- lytic cycle
  • B. Temperate virus- non-infecting virus
  • C. Lysogenic virus- genome becomes part of host
    genome
  • D Lytic cycle- kills host cell
  • E. None of the above

Answer
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Viruses and Bacteria 500
B
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Viruses and Bacteria 600
  • Copying the HIV virus' nucleic acid depends on
  • A. Replicase
  • B. Reverse transcriptase
  • C. Transcriptase
  • D. Reverse replicase
  • E. Nucleases

Answer
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Viruses and Bacteria 600
B
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Daily Double!
  • How much will you put on the line?

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Daily Double!
  • How much will you put on the line?

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Final Jeopardy question
List all major (general titles) for Chapters
4-18 Each correct title is worth a point you
will earn those points The points that you
gambled will be earned if you get all 18
correct. 1 point will be removed for each
incorrect title If any members of your group talk
or make noise audible to Grogie- you will be
disqualified
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Results
  • Group 1
  • Group 2
  • Group 3
  • Group 4
  • Group 5
  • Group 6

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Daily Double Graphic and Sound Effect!
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