JEOPARDY POWERPOINT TEMPLATES

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FINAL JEOPARDY
Intro to Bio
Chem.
Enzymes
Biochem
Cells
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• This knob is used to focus a
specimen in scanning power.
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• What is the coarse adjustment
knob?
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• This is the study of life.
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• What is Biology?
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• This group is used in an
experiment to compare your
data to?
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• What is the control group?
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• In the scientific method, in
order to test this you need to
create an experiment.
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• What is a hypothesis?
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• This is a highly tested and
generally accepted principle in
science.
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• What is a theory?
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• This is how many valence
electrons Carbon has.
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• What is 4?
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• This solution is between 0-6 on
the pH scale.
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• What is an acid?
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• This is a solution that is a weak
acid or weak base that helps
control pH by neutralizing.
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• What is a buffer?
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• This is a type of element that
has gained or lost neutrons.
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• What is an isotope?
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• These ions in equal proportion
will make a neutral solution.
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• What are hydronium and
hydroxide ions?
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• This reacts with an enzyme.
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• What is a substrate?
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• In the presence of an enzyme,
this can be lowered.
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• What is the activation energy?
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• This is the area of an enzyme
where a reaction takes place.
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• What is the active site?
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• If an enzyme is heated too
much or exposed to high pH, it
can result in this.
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• What is denaturation?
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• The bond between an enzyme’s
active site and the substrate is
known as what model?
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• What is the induced fit model?
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• Bread is an example of this
macromolecule.
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• What is a carbohydrate?
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• This macromolecule contains a
carboxyl group, amino group
and R group in its monomer.
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• What is a protein?
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• Glycerol, phosphate and fatty
acids are the 3 components to
this macromolecule.
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• What are lipids?
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• Biuret is used to test for this
macromolecule.
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• What is protein?
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• To test for sugars, we used this
reagent?
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• What is Benedict’s solution?
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• This organelle makes ATP in
human cells.
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• What is mitochondria?
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• This organelle is found on the
outermost layer of a plant cell
ONLY.
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• What is a cell wall?
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• This is the order from cells to
organism.
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• What is
Cellstissuesorgansorgan
systemsorganism?
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• This organelle is not found in
prokaryotic cells.
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• What is a nucleus?
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• Hairlike organelles that
protrude from the cell
membrane is called this.
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• What is cilia?
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• Why is the plasma membrane a vital
component of the cell? Why is it called
selectively permeable?
• The plasma membrane is selectively permeable which means
it “chooses” what enters and leaves the cell. This is vital to the
cell to maintain homeostasis and to ensure that nutrients
enter the cell and wastes leave the cell.
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