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Jeopardy Vocab Q $100 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 This structure develops around the seed to help protect it and aid in dispersal.
$100 Answer from H1 Fruit
$100 Question from H1 The person is credited with making the first microscope and seeing the first plant cells.
$100 Answer from H1 Hooke
$100 Question from H1 The scientific name for California Blackworm.
$100 Answer from H1 Lumbriculus variegatus
$100 Question from H1 A seed that contains two cotyledons
$100 Answer from H1 Dicot seed
$100 Question from H1 When thinking about the three body parts of an insect, what is the middle body part called
$500 Answer from H1 Thorax
$100 Question from H2 The scientific name for the parasitic insect we know as the WowBug
$100 Answer from H2 Melitobia digitata
$100 Question from H2 A seed that contains only one cotyledon
$100 Answer from H2 Monocot
$100 Question from H2 The person credited with perfecting the microscope
$100 Answer from H2 Leeuvenhoek
$100 Question from H2 The scientific name for Wisconsin Fast Plants
$100 Answer from H2 Brassica rapa
$100 Question from H2 The process in which a seed begins to grow
$100 Answer from H2 Germination
$100 Question from H3 When thinking about three body parts of an insect, what is the last body part called that is opposite the head
$100 Answer from H3 Abdomen
$100 Question from H3 A living thing that can grow, reproduce, respond to its environment, and has movement
$100 Answer from H3 Organism
$100 Question from H3 Minerals that plants need in small amounts such as calcium, magnesium, and sulfur
$100 Answer from H3 Micronutrients
$100 Question from H3 The science of classifying living things
$100 Answer from H3 Taxonomy
$100 Question from H3 The person who developed the system of classification we use today
$100 Answer from H3 Linnaeus
$100 Question from H4 Mineral that plants need in larger amounts - nitrogen, phosphorous, and potassium
$100 Answer from H4 Macronutrients
$100 Question from H4 Used in combination with the eye piece; provides a range of magnification
$100 Answer from H4 Objective Lens
$100 Question from H4 Cluster of nerve cells that can sense changes in light and dark
$100 Answer from H4 Photoreceptors
$100 Question from H4 This contains minerals for plant growth and can replace missing minerals in the soil when they are depleted
$100 Answer from H4 Fertilizer
$100 Question from H4 The curvature that forms on the top of a liquid when it is poured into a graduated cylinder
$100 Answer from H4 Meniscus
$100 Question from H5 An organism’s home; where it gets its food, shelter, and safety from predators
$100 Answer from H5 Habitat
$100 Question from H5 Within an ecosystem, this is an organisms function or job
$100 Answer from H5 Niche
$100 Question from H5 The interactions between the living and non-living parts of the environment
$100 Answer from H5 Ecosystem
$100 Question from H5 A group of individuals of a species occupying a specific region
$100 Answer from H5 All of the living things in an area; often comprised of more than one population
$100 Question from H5 All of the living things in an area; often comprised of more than one population
$100 Answer from H5 Community
Final Jeopardy Using a microscope to investigate the microscopic world
Final Jeopardy Answer Microscopy
Macro to Micro Test #1 – – Lessons Classification Taxonomy is the classification of living things Developed by Carolus Lennaeus around 1735 He developed.
Plants and Seeds. From Seed to Plant Seeds become Plants in a process called “Germination” Seeds are dormant and protected by a tough outer coat. Inside.
The WOWBug and the Blackworm. The WOWBug Scientific Name: Melittobia digitata Body Structure: 1.5 mm in length; female WOWBugs have functional wings,
You Eat Dirt! Soil, Food, and Health. That’s why we need to eat a diversity of foods. Healthy bodies need lots of nutrients.
S TUDY G UIDE FOR F IRST N INE W EEKS T EST. 1. A is a definition that changes to accommodate new information. working definition.
OMM Unit Test I Review. Which is not a trait common to all living things? a. Has a heart b. Reproduces c. Produces waste d. Composed of one or more cells.
1. The study of interactions that take place between organisms and their environment. It explains how living organisms affect each other and the world.
Packed with Nutrients Soil, Food, and Health. SOIL is the ultimate source of nutrients our bodies need Nutrients come from plants growing in soil or from.
Ecology: Ecosystems Cornell Notes Page 147. What is Ecology? The study of how living things interact with each other and their environment.
Biodiversity Mrs. Zazzali Room 205. Lesson 1- What are organisms? Class consensus-period 1 What are organisms? AliveMoves GrowsReproduces DiesHas to eat.
Jeopardy $100 Flower Anatomy Plant Processes and Life Cycles Major Groups of Plants Parts of a Plant Uses of Plants $200 $300 $400 $500 $400 $300 $200.
Chapter 8 Lesson 1 Living Things and the Environment.
Interactions Within Ecosystems
Unit Two Review Microscopes, Worms, & WOWbugs. Microscope Parts.
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Unit 9C and 9D Lesson 6 Fertilizers Objectives: to explain the importance of minerals to plants, to determine what plant fertilizers are made of, to describe.
Ecology is the study of interactions among organisms and their environment.
JEOPARDY Science FINAL JEOPARDY.
Ecosystems What is ecology?. Habitats An organism obtains food, water, shelter, and other things it needs to live, grow, and reproduce from its environment.
Origin of Seeds. Objective: After hands on exploration and analysis, students will classify, and document the characteristics of various seeds using scientific.
CCNA1 v3 Module 1 v3 Env. Science JEOPARDY K. Martin.
Mon 5/11 What is ecology? is the scientific analysis and study of interactions among organisms and their environment.
Seeds and Growing Plants. Parts of a plant Function of plant parts.
Test 1 Life Sci. & Sci. Method Char. & Nec. Of Life Classifi- cation Soil Domains and Kingdoms
Ecology. Driving Questions 1)Define Ecology. 2)Differentiate between biotic and abiotic factors and give examples of each. 3)What is an ecosystem? Give.
Seeds Seeds. What are seeds? Parts of a seed – seed coat Why do seeds have a seed coat?
2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1 pt 2 pt 3 pt 4 pt 5 pt 1pt BlueRedYellowGreenPurple.
Interdependence. Populations An organism obtains food, water, shelter, and other things it needs to live, grow, and reproduce in its environment.
Interactions Within Ecosystems Chapter 1 Grade 7 Science Unit 1.
Local Area:___________ Divide paper in two columns ◦ Living Things ◦ Local Conditions.
Understanding Populations Chapter 8 Environmental Science.
Copyright © 2008 Thomson Delmar Learning, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. ECOSYSTEMS: Biotic & Abiotic Factors Levels of Organization.
Ecosystems Ecosystems: What Are They and How Do They Work?
Monday, September 23 Stamp for caribou graph & questions Symbiosis warm up 8.11B notes Limiting factors activity ***wear good shoes tomorrow for.
CHAPTER 1 / SECTION 1 LIVING THINGS AND THE ENVIRONMENT!
Plants. Multicellular eukaryotes Multicellular eukaryotes Cell walls made of cellulose Cell walls made of cellulose Develop from multicellular embryos.
Habitat An environment that provides the things an organism needs to live, grow and reproduce.
Why Fertilize? Nutrient Limitation most soils are in need of one major nutrient. growth is limited until that nutrient is obtained. most fertilizers have.
1 What is Ecology?. 2 Organisms and Their Environment.
Life Science. root the part of the plant that grows downward to hold the plant in place, absorb water and mineral foods, and to store food material.
Biogeochemical Cycles. Biogeochemical: Chemical elements and molecules that cycle through the Earth’s systems and provide the building blocks for life.
Ecology. WHAT IS ECOLOGY? Ecology- the scientific study of interactions between organisms and their environments, focusing on energy transfer Ecology.
Seeds and Growing Plants Workbook of: _________________.
Introduction to Biology. Science begins with… –Observations- any fact using the 5 senses –Data – information gathered during an experiment. Two types.
BioJeopardy Levels of Organization Interactions Energy I Energy IIMisc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
Jeopardy Monocot or Dicot Stems SeedsRoots Leaves Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
1.3 Common Substances Essential to Living Things.
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