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Jeopardy The basic unit of all living things Inside the cell MiscellaneousCell chemistry Cell energy In and Out of Cells Final Jeopardy
The basic unit of all living things 100 An organism made up of a single cell What is unicellular?
The basic unit of all living things 200 An individual living thing, made up of one or more cells, that is capable of growing and reproducing. What is organism?
The basic unit of all living things 300 An instrument that uses glass lenses to magnify an object What is a microscope?
The basic unit of all living things 400 An organism that is made up of many cells. What is a multicellular organism?
The basic unit of all living things 500 What is Bacteria? A large group of one-celled organisms that sometimes cause disease.
Inside the cell 100 The outer boundary of the cytoplasm, a layer that controls what enters or leaves the cell. What is the cell membrane?
Inside the cell 200 A cell structure, enclosed by a membrane, that performs a function. What is an organelle.
Inside the cell 300 A protective outer covering that lies just outside the cell membrane. What is the cell wall?
Inside the cell 400 A thick, gelatin-like material contained within the cell membrane. What is cytoplasm?
Inside the cell 500 The structure in a eukaryotic cell that contains the genetic material. What is the nucleus?
Miscellaneous 100 The organization of a cell that allows it to perform a function. What is specialization?
Miscellaneous 200 An organelle in a plant cell that contains chlorophyll, a chemical that uses the energy from sunlight to make sugar. What is a chloroplast?
Miscellaneous 300 A cell that lacks a nucleus and other organelles, with DNA that is not organized in chromosomes. What is a prokaryotic cell?
Miscellaneous 400 A group of similar cells that are organized to do a specific job. What is tissue
Miscellaneous 500 Organelles that release energy by using oxygen to break down sugars. What is mitochondria?
Cell chemistry 100 Process by which chemical changes occur. What is chemical reaction?
Cell chemistry 200 One of many types of molecules made up of chains of amino acid subunits. What is a protein?
Cell chemistry 300 A type of molecule made up of subunits of sugars and used for energy and structure. What is a carbohydrate?
Cell chemistry 400 The a type of molecule made up of subunits of fatty acids. What a lipid?
Cell chemistry 500 The molecule that is part of the genetic material of a cell and is needed to make proteins. What is nucleic acid?
Cell energy 100 Energy stored in the chemical composition of matter. What is chemical energy?
Cell energy 200 The process in which green plants and other producers use simple compounds and energy from light to make sugar. What is photosynthesis?
Cell energy 300 A sugar molecule that is a major energy source for most cells, produced by the process of photosynthesis.. What is glucose?
Cell energy 400 Light absorbing chemical, a pigment, that traps the energy in sunlight and converts it to chemical energy What is chlorophyll?
Cell energy 500 A chemical process by which cells release energy from sugar when no oxygen is needed. What is fermentation?
In and Out of Cells 100 A process in which cells use oxygen to release energy stored in sugars. What is a respiration?
In and Out of Cells 200 The movement of water through a membrane from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration. What is osmosis?
In and Out of Cells 300 The tendency of a substance to move from an area of higher concentration to and area of lower concentration What is diffusion?
In and Out of Cells 400 The movement of materials through a membrane without any input of energy. What is passive transport?
In and Out of Cells 500 The process of using energy to move materials through a membrane. What is active transport?
Final Jeopardy 1.A cell in which the genetic material is enclosed within a nucleus, surrounded by its own membrane. 2.A structure in a plant or an animal that is made up of different tissues working together to perform a particular function. Two answers - two questions
1.What is a eukaryotic cell? 2.What is an organ