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Microbiology in Jeopardy!

Microbiology in Jeopardy!. Electron Transport. Glucose. Krebs. Respiratory. Wildcard. Skin. Glycolysis produces ATP by this process. A1. Glycolysis produces a net of this number of ATP. A2. This process produces half the number of ATP’s as Glycolysis. A3.

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Microbiology in Jeopardy!

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  1. Microbiology in Jeopardy!

  2. Electron Transport Glucose Krebs Respiratory Wildcard Skin

  3. Glycolysis produces ATP by this process. A1

  4. Glycolysis produces a net of this number of ATP A2

  5. This process produces half the number of ATP’s as Glycolysis. A3

  6. Transaldolases and Transketolases are important in this pathway. A4

  7. This pathway produces Erythrose 4- Phosphate. A5 A5

  8. This electron carrier is reduced during glycolysis. A6

  9. Pyruvate releases a carbon dioxide to form this. B1

  10. These two important electron carriers are released during TCA. B2

  11. Alpha-ketoglutarate loses a carbon dioxide to for this molecule. B3

  12. This intermediate is used as a chemical control agent and a flavoring compound in food. B4

  13. This cycle releases ____ carbon dioxide molecules for every glucose B5

  14. Some ATP is produced from this cycle when it is converted from: B6

  15. Electrons are fed into this process from these carriers. C1

  16. In bacteria electron carriers are found in this part of the cell. C2

  17. Under aerobic conditions this is the terminal electron acceptor. Daily Double! C3

  18. Uncouplers of electron transport would stop the production of this important molecule. C4

  19. Hydrogens released during this process produce this phenomenon. C5

  20. This process drives the action of this critical enzyme required for the cell’s energy needs. C6

  21. This causes necrotizing fasciitis. D1

  22. This is an infection of a hair follicle. D2

  23. This age group is most susceptible to impetigo. D3

  24. Most acne is caused by this organism. D4

  25. Rickettsia rickettsii causes this disease. D5

  26. The appearance of a pus-filled lesion marks this stage of the Smallpox disease. D6

  27. Floppy Baby Syndrome indicates the presence of this disease. E1

  28. Bacterial meningitis is diagnosed by finding bacteria in this body fluid. E2

  29. This toxin blocks the inhibitory neurotrasmitter in antagonistic muscles. E3

  30. The % of Polio infections that are Asymptomatic. E4

  31. This is the type of cells that the rabies vaccine is grown. E5

  32. Arboviruses are borne on these organisms. E6

  33. This antibiotic is used to treat acne. F1

  34. A Pseudomonas infection is characterized by the appearance of this pigment in the skin. F2

  35. This type of poxvirus is used to immunize someone against smallpox. F3

  36. Infection with West Nile leads to this potentially fatal condition. F4

  37. The botulinum toxin prevents this compound from entering the neuromuscular junction. F5

  38. This is a site for Herpesvirus latency. F6

  39. Brief Instructions • Divide students in class into groups. • Let each group choose a question from the board (“Glucose for 100,” for example). • Group has to answer in the form of a question (“What is glycolysis,” for example). • If group gets question right, click on question; this will hyperlink back to first slide. • If group gets question wrong, click on question number in bottom corner; this will produce a warning sound, such as a fog horn. • Its up to you how to proceed with the game and keep points.

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