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LETS PLAY CHICK EMBRYOLOGYJEOPARDY!!
EggsIncubatorCaring for Eggs Baby Chicks Parts of A Chicken Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final JeopardyJeopardy
$100 Question from Eggs What is a chicken egg shell made of?
$100 Answer from Eggs Calcium
$200 Question from Eggs What does the ALBUMEN provide the embryo?
$200 Answer from Eggs Protein
$300 Question from Eggs What is the white looking spot on the yolk where the baby chicks begin to grow?
$300 Answer from Eggs Germinal Disc
$400 Question from Eggs DOUBLE JEOPARDY What are the CHALAZAE?
$400 Answer from Eggs 2 twisted cords that hold the yolk in the center of the egg
$500 Question from Eggs What is the purpose of the inner and outer membranes?
$500 Answer from Eggs They protect the inside of the eggs from bacteria or germs.
$100 Question from Incubator What is the purpose of an incubator?
$100 Answer from Incubator To keep the eggs warm
$200 Question from Incubator What is the best temperature for the incubator?
$200 Answer from Incubator 100 degrees
$300 Question from Incubator How many times should we turn the eggs a day?
$300 Answer from Incubator 3 times – an odd number
$400 Question from Incubator How do we maintain humidity in the incubator?
$400 Answer from Incubator Keep water in a pan
$500 Question from Incubator Name the 4 factors that are very important to insure the success of hatching eggs.
$500 Answer from Incubator 1. Temperature 2. Humidity 3. Ventilation 4. Turning Eggs Regularly
$100 Question from Caring for Eggs DOUBLE JEOPARDY Why do we put water in the incubator?
$100 Answer from Caring for Eggs This prevents the eggs from drying out
$200 Question from Caring for Eggs Why do we candle the eggs?
$200 Answer from Caring for Eggs To check if the egg is fertile and look at the growth of the embryo
$300 Question from Caring for Eggs Why should we turn the eggs?
$300 Answer from Caring for Eggs So the embryo doesnt stick to the shell membrane and die
$400 Question from Caring for Eggs What happens if the temperature rises to 104 degrees?
$400 Answer from Caring for Eggs The embryo dies.
$500 Question from Caring for Eggs Why are there ventilation holes built into the incubator?
$500 Answer from Caring for Eggs To provide oxygen to the developing embryos
$100 Question from Baby Chicks How long does it take for a baby chick to hatch?
$100 Answer from Baby Chicks 21 days
$200 Question from Baby Chicks DOUBLE JEOPARDY How do chicks break out of their shells?
$200 Answer from Baby Chicks They use an egg tooth.
$300 Question from Baby Chicks How do chicks look when they hatch?
$300 Answer from Baby Chicks They are wet.
$400 Question from Baby Chicks What do we do with the baby chicks after they hatch?
$400 Answer from Baby Chicks We put them in a box with a warm light, straw, food, and water.
$500 Question from Baby Chicks Why are there channels in the water pan?
$500 Answer from Baby Chicks So the chicks wont drown.
$100 Question from Parts of A Chicken What is a chicken covered with?
$100 Answer from Parts of A Chicken feathers
$200 Question from Parts of A Chicken Where can you find the COMB on a chicken?
$200 Answer from Parts of A Chicken On the top of its head
$300 Question from Parts of A Chicken Where is the WATTLE on a chicken?
$300 Answer from Parts of A Chicken Under its beak
$400 Question from Parts of A Chicken How many shanks does a chicken have?
$400 Answer from Parts of A Chicken 2
$500 Question from Parts of A Chicken DOUBLE JEOPARDY Name a part of the chicken that is found on the head. You cant choose beak, wattle, comb, or eye.
$500 Answer from Parts of A Chicken Ear Lobe
Final Jeopardy What is the definition of Embryology?
Final Jeopardy Answer The study of embryos!
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PARTS OF AN EGG. shell The egg’s shell has more than 7,000 tiny pores that allow oxygen to pass into the egg and carbon dioxide to escape.
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Does the egg color affect the number of chicks that hatch?
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Poultry is the group name for all domesticated birds used for meat, eggs, or feathers. A baby chicken of either sex is a chick. A young male chicken.
Sum it up! What are some important facts about embryology?
Day 1 - eyes begin to form Day 2 – heart begins to beat Day 5 – formation of reproductive organs Day 8 – feathers begin forming Day 10 – beak starts to.
About three hours after fertilization the single cell starts to divide into 2, 4, 6, 8, 16, and so on. This continues until many cells are grouped in.
Vowels! Corinne Fazio LETS PLAY JEOPARDY!! Long or Short A vowel sounds Long or Short E vowel sounds Long or Short O vowel sounds Long or Short I vowel.
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