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Jeopardy Photosynthesis Cell Respiration Energy Photosynthesis Again Cell Respirations Again Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Photosynthesis How many molecules of glucose are created from 6 molecules of carbon dioxide?
$100 Answer from Photosynthesis 1 molecule of glucose
$200 Question from Photosynthesis What are the light absorbing molecules used by plants?
$200 Answer from Photosynthesis Cholorophyll a Cholorphyll b Carotinoids
$300 Question from Photosynthesis You will find the stroma outside of this -
$300 Answer from Photosynthesis thylakoids
$400 Question from Photosynthesis What is/are the product(s) of the light dependent reaction?
$400 Answer from Photosynthesis ATP NADPH Oxygen
$500 Question from Photosynthesis What are the phases of photosythesis?
$500 Answer from Photosynthesis Light Reaction Calvin Cycle
$100 Question from Cell Respiration What is any organism that cannot make their own food but must obtain energy from the foods they eat?
$100 Answer from Cell Respiration Heterotrophs
$200 Question from Cell Respiration What gas is released during cell respiration?
$200 Answer from Cell Respiration (6) Carbon Dioxide
$300 Question from Cell Respiration Where does glycolysis take place?
$300 Answer from Cell Respiration Cytoplasm of all cells
$400 Question from Cell Respiration What is the electron carrier used in the Electron Transport Chain?
$400 Answer from Cell Respiration NADH FADH 2
$500 Question from Cell Respiration What are the two main types of fermentation?
$500 Answer from Cell Respiration Alcoholic Lactic Acid
$100 Question from Energy What is the main energy molecule?
$100 Answer from Energy Adenosine Triphosphate ATP
$200 Question from Energy Glycolysis needs how many ATP to work?
$200 Answer from Energy 2 ATP
$300 Question from Energy Solar – Radiant energy is stored as chemical energy by autotrophs in which molecule?
$300 Answer from Energy Glucose - Starch - Cellulose
$400 Question from Energy Which part of the chloroplast is light used to split water?
$400 Answer from Energy thylakoid
$500 Question from Energy How many ATP are created by the Electron Transport Chain of cellular respiration?
$500 Answer from Energy ATP
$100 Question from Photosynthesis Again Why are plants green?
$100 Answer from Photosynthesis Again The chlorophylls reflect green light.
$200 Question from Photosynthesis Again What is a granum?
$200 Answer from Photosynthesis Again A stack of thylakoids
$300 Question from Photosynthesis Again The Calvin Cycle is also called, what?
$300 Answer from Photosynthesis Again Light Independent Reaction
$400 Question from Photosynthesis Again Which region(s) of the visible spectrum is absorbed by the chlorophyll?
$400 Answer from Photosynthesis Again Reds and Blues
$500 Question from Photosynthesis Again What waste product do you get from autotrophs?
$500 Answer from Photosynthesis Again Oxygen
$100 Question from Cell Respiration Again Autotrophs perform cell respiration True / False
$100 Answer from Cell Respiration Again True – all life must get energy from food
$200 Question from Cell Respiration Again What are the reactants of cell respiration?
$200 Answer from Cell Respiration Again Glucose and Oxygen
$300 Question from Cell Respiration Again What are the three processes of cell respiration, in order?
$300 Answer from Cell Respiration Again Glycolysis, Kreb’s Cycle, Electron Transport Chain
$400 Question from Cell Respiration Again Without Oxygen, the Kreb’s Cycle cannot function. Which process will occur instead?
$400 Answer from Cell Respiration Again Fermentation
$500 Question from Cell Respiration Again What does the Kreb’s Cycle start with and end with?
$500 Answer from Cell Respiration Again Starts with Pyruvates and yields carbon dioxide, NADP, FADH 2, ATP
Final Jeopardy What is the overall reaction for photosynthesis?
Final Jeopardy Answer 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O light> C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2
Autotrophs= producers: organisms that use photosynthesis to make food Heterotrophs= consumers: organisms that must eat other organisms to get their energy.
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