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LS Finals Jeopardy Microscopic Human Body Basics Skeletal and Muscular Systems Nutrition and Digestion Nervous and Endocrine Systems Circulation and Respiration 200 400 600 800 1000 Final Jeopardy
When you move a slide to the right, the image will appear to move to the … ANSWER
Total magnification of a microscope with an eyepiece (10x) and an objective (15x) … ANSWER
This should be used to focus on high power … ANSWER
Can be turned to adjust the amount of light coming into a microscope … ANSWER
Substance that can be added to a slide to make certain parts more visible … ANSWER
The smallest unit of life … ANSWER
Type of tissue that can transmit chemical and electrical messages … ANSWER
Group of tissues that work together to perform a particular task … ANSWER DOUBLE JEOPARDY
Type of tissue that can work voluntarily or involuntarily … ANSWER
Blood, bone, and cartilage are this type of tissue … ANSWER
Mineral stored in bones … ANSWER
The heart is this type of muscle … ANSWER
Connective tissue that attaches bone to bone … ANSWER
As one muscle contracts its antagonist must … ANSWER
Type of joint that gives you the greatest range of motion … ANSWER
Type of digestion that occurs in the small intestine … ANSWER
Where carbohydrates are first digested … ANSWER
Universal liquid needed to complete all metabolic activities … ANSWER
Muscular movement through the digestive system … ANSWER
Amino acids are the building blocks of … ANSWER DOUBLE JEOPARDY
Nerve cells are also known as … ANSWER
The brain and the spinal cord make up the … nervous system. ANSWER
Part of the brain responsible for balance … ANSWER
This part of the brain controls how other glands produce hormones … ANSWER
This nerve connects the eyes to the brain … ANSWER
Gas taken in by aerobic animals … ANSWER
Structure that blocks food from entering the trachea while swallowing … ANSWER
Nasal passages are lined with these two things to clean and moisten the air you breath in … ANSWER
Capillaries in the lungs pick up oxygen from these structures … ANSWER
Oxygen passes easily into the blood by the process of … ANSWER
Answer Microscopic - 200 Left HOME
Answer Microscopic - 400 10 x 15 = 150x HOME
Answer Microscopic - 600 Fine focus HOME
Answer Microscopic - 800 Diaphragm HOME
Answer Microscopic - 1000 Stain (dye) HOME
Answer Human Body Basics - 200 Cell HOME
Answer Human Body Basics - 400 Nerve tissue HOME
Answer Human Body Basics - 600 Organs HOME
Answer Human Body Basics - 800 Muscle tissue HOME
Answer Human Body Basics - 1000 Connective tissue HOME
Answer Skeletal/Muscular - 200 Calcium (phosphorous) HOME
Answer Skeletal/Muscular - 400 Cardiac muscle HOME
Answer Skeletal/Muscular - 600 Ligaments HOME
Answer Skeletal/Muscular - 800 Relax HOME
Answer Skeletal/Muscular - 1000 Ball and socket joint HOME
Answer Nutrition and Digestion - 200 Chemical digestion HOME
Answer Nutrition and Digestion - 400 Mouth HOME
Answer Nutrition and Digestion - 600 Water HOME
Answer Nutrition and Digestion - 800 Peristalsis HOME
Answer Nutrition and Digestion - 1000 Proteins HOME
Answer Nervous/Endocrine - 200 Neuron HOME
Answer Nervous/Endocrine - 400 Central Nervous System HOME
Answer Nervous/Endocrine - 600 Cerebellum HOME
Answer Nervous/Endocrine - 800 Hypothalamus HOME
Answer Nervous/Endocrine - 1000 Optic nerve HOME
Answer Circulation/Respiration - 200 Oxygen HOME
Answer Circulation/Respiration - 400 Epiglottis HOME
Answer Circulation/Respiration - 600 Cilia and mucus HOME
Answer Circulation/Respiration – 800 Alveoli HOME
Answer Circulation/Respiration - 1000 Diffusion HOME
List three types of symbiotic relationships and an example of each … ANSWER
Answer Final Jeopardy Mutualism Commensalism Parasitism HOME
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