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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.

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2 LS Finals Jeopardy Microscopic Human Body Basics Skeletal and Muscular Systems Nutrition and Digestion Nervous and Endocrine Systems Circulation and Respiration Final Jeopardy

3 When you move a slide to the right, the image will appear to move to the … ANSWER

4 Total magnification of a microscope with an eyepiece (10x) and an objective (15x) … ANSWER

5 This should be used to focus on high power … ANSWER

6 Can be turned to adjust the amount of light coming into a microscope … ANSWER

7 Substance that can be added to a slide to make certain parts more visible … ANSWER

8 The smallest unit of life … ANSWER

9 Type of tissue that can transmit chemical and electrical messages … ANSWER

10 Group of tissues that work together to perform a particular task … ANSWER DOUBLE JEOPARDY

11 Type of tissue that can work voluntarily or involuntarily … ANSWER

12 Blood, bone, and cartilage are this type of tissue … ANSWER

13 Mineral stored in bones … ANSWER

14 The heart is this type of muscle … ANSWER

15 Connective tissue that attaches bone to bone … ANSWER

16 As one muscle contracts its antagonist must … ANSWER

17 Type of joint that gives you the greatest range of motion … ANSWER

18 Type of digestion that occurs in the small intestine … ANSWER

19 Where carbohydrates are first digested … ANSWER

20 Universal liquid needed to complete all metabolic activities … ANSWER

21 Muscular movement through the digestive system … ANSWER

22 Amino acids are the building blocks of … ANSWER DOUBLE JEOPARDY

23 Nerve cells are also known as … ANSWER

24 The brain and the spinal cord make up the … nervous system. ANSWER

25 Part of the brain responsible for balance … ANSWER

26 This part of the brain controls how other glands produce hormones … ANSWER

27 This nerve connects the eyes to the brain … ANSWER

28 Gas taken in by aerobic animals … ANSWER

29 Structure that blocks food from entering the trachea while swallowing … ANSWER

30 Nasal passages are lined with these two things to clean and moisten the air you breath in … ANSWER

31 Capillaries in the lungs pick up oxygen from these structures … ANSWER

32 Oxygen passes easily into the blood by the process of … ANSWER

33 Answer Microscopic Left HOME

34 Answer Microscopic x 15 = 150x HOME

35 Answer Microscopic Fine focus HOME

36 Answer Microscopic Diaphragm HOME

37 Answer Microscopic Stain (dye) HOME

38 Answer Human Body Basics Cell HOME

39 Answer Human Body Basics Nerve tissue HOME

40 Answer Human Body Basics Organs HOME

41 Answer Human Body Basics Muscle tissue HOME

42 Answer Human Body Basics Connective tissue HOME

43 Answer Skeletal/Muscular Calcium (phosphorous) HOME

44 Answer Skeletal/Muscular Cardiac muscle HOME

45 Answer Skeletal/Muscular Ligaments HOME

46 Answer Skeletal/Muscular Relax HOME

47 Answer Skeletal/Muscular Ball and socket joint HOME

48 Answer Nutrition and Digestion Chemical digestion HOME

49 Answer Nutrition and Digestion Mouth HOME

50 Answer Nutrition and Digestion Water HOME

51 Answer Nutrition and Digestion Peristalsis HOME

52 Answer Nutrition and Digestion Proteins HOME

53 Answer Nervous/Endocrine Neuron HOME

54 Answer Nervous/Endocrine Central Nervous System HOME

55 Answer Nervous/Endocrine Cerebellum HOME

56 Answer Nervous/Endocrine Hypothalamus HOME

57 Answer Nervous/Endocrine Optic nerve HOME

58 Answer Circulation/Respiration Oxygen HOME

59 Answer Circulation/Respiration Epiglottis HOME

60 Answer Circulation/Respiration Cilia and mucus HOME

61 Answer Circulation/Respiration – 800 Alveoli HOME

62 Answer Circulation/Respiration Diffusion HOME

63 List three types of symbiotic relationships and an example of each … ANSWER

64 Answer Final Jeopardy Mutualism Commensalism Parasitism HOME


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