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Bacteria
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Viruses
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Nutrition
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Disease
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Immunity
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Bacteria
Question for 5 Points
Bacteria are this kind of
cell
(eukaryote or prokaryote)
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Bacteria
Answer for 5 Points
Prokaryote
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Bacteria
Question for 10 Points
This is where the
genetic material is
found within a
bacterium
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Bacteria
Answer for 10 Points
cytoplasm
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Bacteria
Question for 15 Points
How do heterotrophic
bacteria obtain food?
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Bacteria
Answer for 15 Points
by consuming other
autotrophic or
heterotrophic organisms
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Bacteria
Question for 20 Points
Name two helpful uses
of bacteria
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Bacteria
Answer for 20 Points
Recycle – breakdown dead organic
matter
Nitrogen fixing in plants
Bioremediation – change pollutants
into harmless chemicals
Food Production – cheese, yogurt, sour
cream
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Bacteria
Question for 25 Points
Name one disease
caused by bacteria
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Bacteria
Answer for 25 Points
Cholera, tuberculosis,
botulism, strep throat,
pneumonia, E.Coli,
Lyme Disease
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Viruses
Question for 5 Points
Name one way viruses
are like living
organisms
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Viruses
Answer for 5 Points
Reproduce
Have genetic material
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Viruses
Question for 10 Points
What is the best way to
cure an illness caused
by a virus?
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Viruses
Answer for 10 Points
Rest, nutritious foods,
fluids
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Viruses
Question for 15 Points
Why should people get
a flu vaccine each year?
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Viruses
Answer for 15 Points
Because viruses can
mutate from year to
year
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Viruses
Question for 20 Points
Name two diseases
caused by viruses
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Viruses
Answer for 20 Points
Measles, Mumps,
Chickenpox, Smallpox,
Herpes, HIV, Yellow
Fever, Pneumonia,
Polio, Colds, Flu,
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Viruses
Question for 25 Points
Describe the steps of
virus reproduction
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Virus
Answer for 25 Points
Virus finds a host
Virus enters the cell and injects nucleic
acid
The nucleic acid takes over the cell,
turning the cell into a virus factory
The host cell bursts. New virus break
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Nutrition
Question for 5 Points
Which nutrient is
essential for building
tissue?
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Nutrition
Answer for 5 Points
Protein
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Nutrition
Question for 10 Points
Where do plants get
most of the energy they
need to live and grow?
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Nutrition
Answer for 10 Points
Sunlight
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Nutrition
Question for 15 Points
Name 2 examples of
carbohydrates
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Nutrition
Answer for 15 Points
Fruits, vegetables,
pasta, potatoes, rice
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Nutrition
Question for 20 Points
Golden rice is bioengineered
from a rice that has a high
vitamin A content, which is
very good for you. What is
the golden rice attempting to
do?
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Nutrition
Answer for 20 Points
create rice that
contains more
nutrients
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Nutrition
Question for 25 Points
How is energy production
in the body impacted if
carbohydrates in a diet are
decreased?
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Nutrition
Answer for 25 Points
It decreases due to
lack of sugars
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Disease
Question for 5 Points
Uncontrolled cell
division is a
characteristic of which
disease?
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Disease
Answer for 5 Points
Cancer
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Disease
Question for 10 Points
What is the cause of
Malaria? … not the
spread
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Disease
Answer for 10 Points
Parasite
(plasmodium)
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Disease
Question for 15 Points
a smaller organism that
transmits a disease to a
larger organism
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Disease
Answer for 15 Points
vector
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Disease
Question for 20 Points
How is Lyme disease
spread?
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Disease
Answer for 20 Points
Bite of an infected tick
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Disease
Question for 25 Points
How does the spread
of an epidemic and
pandemic differ?
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Disease
Answer for 25 Points
Pandemic – worldwide
Epidemic – outbreak in a
region
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Immunity
Question for 5 Points
The immune system
produces this which
can deactivate
pathogens
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Immunity
Answer for 5 Points
Antibodies
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Immunity
Question for 10 Points
A chemical substance
that kills
microorganisms and
cures infections
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Immunity
Answer for 10 Points
Antibiotic
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Immunity
Question for 15 Points
Harmless variants of
pathogenic microbes that
stimulate the immune
system to defend against
the pathogen
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Immunity
Answer for 15 Points
Vaccine
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Immunity
Question for 20 Points
This happens when
bacteria mutates to
become less vulnerable
to certain antibiotics
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Immunity
Answer for 20 Points
Antibiotic Resistance
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Immunity
Question for 25 Points
Protection against a
disease that is obtained by
exposure to the pathogen
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Immunity
Answer for 25 Points
Active Immunity
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What is biotechnology?
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Answer for Big Points
Biotechnology – The use of
organisms or parts of organisms
to create products for use by
people.
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University of North Carolina at Wilmington
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