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Who Loves Science!?
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I DO!!!
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Round 1
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Final
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Bacteria
Hodge
Podge
Vocab
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Chance
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Final
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Classification Viruses
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Who developed the very first
classification system, breaking
organisms into only two
Kingdoms- Plant and Animal?
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Aristotle
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Things are grouped according to
similar___________.
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Characteristics/physical traits
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Scientific names are written in
this language.
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Latin
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The first part of the scientific
name is the genus and the
second part is the __________.
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Species
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Kingdom
Phylum
Class
Order
___?___
Genus
Species
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Family
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What are viruses “made up of”?
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DNA or RNA as the core, but
never both
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Are viruses living
or non-living?
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non-living
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Viruses cannot
reproduce without
a __________.
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Host
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What are prions?
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Protein infection
particles
ex. Mad Cow Disease
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What kind of
viruses cause
cancer?
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Oncogenic
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What 2 Kingdoms comprise of
Bacteria?
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Euchbacteria and Archaebacteria
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What are three bacterial shapes?
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Rod, Sphere, Spiral
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All bacteria is __________cellular
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UNI-
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All bacteria are _______________.
They have no nucleus
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Prokaryotic
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Bacteria reproduces by a process
called binary fission. This is an
example of ___________
____________ (only one parent)
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Asexual Reproduction
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Retroviruses are
comprised ( made
up of) DNA or
RNA?
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RNA
-retroviruses infect host’s
genetic information and
translate their RNA into
host’s DNA so works
backwards
Ex. HIV
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What are the first
names of Mrs.
Wolfgang’s and
Mrs. Pendleton’s
daughters (2)?
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Carly and Myka
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_________infection:
the virus infects the cell by
injecting its DNA; it
programs the cell to replicate the
viral DNA until the cell
bursts… new viruses repeat
the cycle
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LYTIC
INFECTION
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Viruses are _____to what they
infect.
Ex. A stomach virus that is
inhaled cannot infect a person
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inhaled
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What is a
cladogram?
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Diagram that shows
evolutionary relationships
(characteristics) among
organisms
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Define
Autotroph
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Organism that makes its own
food (Producer)
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Define
Heterotroph
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Organism that gets its food by
consuming other organisms
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A __________________________is
a series of paired statements that
describe physical characteristics
of organism that help distinguish
different species
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Dichotomous Key
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What are the 6 Kingdoms?
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Eubacteria
Archaebacteria
Protista
Fungi
Plantae
Animalia
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Organisms in which level of
classification have the most
characteristics in common?
A. Kingdom and Species
B. Phylum and Species
C. Genus and Species
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C. Genus and Species
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What is a vaccine?
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Prepared weakened or killed
viruses or virus proteins that you
receive to build up your
immunity.
Scores
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Binomial Nomenclature was
developed
by__________________.
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Carolus Linneaus
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Bacteria is a saprophyte and
helps recycle ____________into
the soil
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Nutrients
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Which is the correct way to write
the following scientific name?
A. Mephitis mephitis
B. Mephitis Mephitis
C. Mephitis mephitis
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C. Mephitis mephitis
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What happens
during Lysogenic
Infection?
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the virus does not lyse ( break open)
the host immediately. It combines
with the hosts DNA and as the host
cell replicates and divides it passes
on viral DNA to daughter cells.
Virus remains dormant until
something triggers it into lytic
cycle.
Ex. Herpes
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What Kingdom do you belong to?
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Animal
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