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Biology Numbers Transcription/Translation Animals Bacteria or Fungi? Scientists
100
What is eight.
This is the number of appendages an octopus has.
100
What is mRNA.
This is the product of transcription.
100
What is 18 inches.
The giraffe's tongue is this long.
100
What are bacteria.
These are commonly found in yogurt.
100
Who is Luis Pasteur.
This person invented the process of pasteurization.
200
What is 23.
This is the number of chromosomes in a human sperm cell.
200
What is in the post-transcriptional stage.
This is when a poly-A tail added to mRNA.
200
What is a mouse.
This is the common name of the model organism, Mus musculus.
200
What is bacteria.
The gram positive version of these can be stained with crystal violet.
200
Who is Darwin.
This person took a voyage on the Beagle.
300
What is trillions.
This is the order of the quantity of human cells in the body. (Tens, hundreds, thousands, etc)
300
What is topoisomerase.
This enzyme relieves tension from replicating DNA.
300
What is the naked mole rat.
This mammal is impervious to cancer.
300
What is fungi (yeast).
This is commonly used to ferment beer.
300
Who is Koch.
This person developed the postulates to determine bacterial causes of disease.
400
What is 4 billion years old.
The Earth is this many years old.
400
What is AUG.
This is the start codon for translation.
400
What is the jellyfish.
This category of animals has a species that is thought to be eternal.
400
What is a fungal.
Immunosuppressed patients often develop this ____ infection, called thrush.
400
Who is Dr. Izzo.
This faculty member received their PhD at UC Berkley.
500
The Earth is this many years old.What is roughly 195,000 years old.
Homo sapiens are this many years old.
500
What is the Shine Delgarno sequence.
This sequence can be found in bacterial mRNA?
500
What are monotremes.
The platypus is one of five extant species of these.
500
Who is Aonton von Leeuwenhoek.
This is likely the first person to see bacteria or fungi.
500
Who is Niko Tinbergen.
This person developed the four levels of animal behavior analysis.




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