Presentation on theme: "Grudgeball. Rules 1. Each team starts out with 10 X’s (points). 2. Objective: Be the last team with points. Knock other teams out of the game by taking."— Presentation transcript:
Rules 1. Each team starts out with 10 X’s (points). 2. Objective: Be the last team with points. Knock other teams out of the game by taking away their points. 3. Earn the ability to knock off points by answering questions correctly as a team.
4. Answering correctly = knock 2 points off any team (or 1 point off 2 teams) 5. If you answer correctly, you get a chance to take a 2 or 3 pointer. 2 pointer = knock off 4 X’s 3 pointer= knock off 5 X’s If you miss, you can still take off 2 X’s.
When a team loses all of their X’s, they are out. To get back in, they have to answer a question correctly to regain 3 X’s. Last team standing wins.
Any disrespectful or obnoxious behavior loses your team an X at the teacher’s discretion. If anyone on your team has their phone out, your team also loses an X. Repeat offenders taken out of game and have to write vocab definitions from textbook.
carbohydrates lipids proteins nucleotides Enzymes are what type of macromolecule?
Reserve energy Cushion Cell membranes All of the above Lipid functions:
Product Active site Inhibitor Substrate competitor The _________ of an enzyme is the area where the substrate binds
Polysaccharide Glycerol Monosaccharide Hydrocarbon The monomer of carbohydrates:
Mass number Electron number Atomic number Atomic weight The number that designates the # of protons & neutrons:
Mass number Electron number Atomic number Atomic weight The number that designates the # of electrons:
Hydrolysis Dehydration synthesis Polymerization Catalysis When water is removed to form a polymer:
One Two Three Four How many fatty acids does a phospholipid contain?
Adhesion Cohesion Solubility Heat capacity Water molecules sticking to other water molecules:
How many neutrons does Li have?
Amino acids Nitrogenous bases Amino groups Polypeptides The monomer of proteins:
One Two Three Four How many fatty acids does a triglyceride contain?
How many valence electrons does N have? 5
Electronegativity Productivity Polarity Electron affinity ___ is the unequal sharing of electrons.
Acid Base Neutral Substance that donates H+ ions:
Acidic Basic Neutral When a solution has a high H+ concentration, it is considered:
Isomers Compounds Isotopes Molecules Elements with different mass numbers:
Oxygen bond Water bond Ionic bond Covalent bond Bond where electrons are shared:
Electrons Protons Neutrons Valence electrons Particles in the outermost shell of an atom:
Suspension Solution A mixture where 2 substances dissolve into 1 cohesive mixture
How many protons does Li have?
What is this a picture of? B A Amino acid
How many valence electrons does Li have? 1
Amino acids are held together by: Covalent bonds Hydrogen bonds Ionic bonds Peptide bonds
Is A hydrophobic or A B hydrophili c?
Adhesion Cohesion Solubility Heat capacity Water molecules sticking to anything other than water molecules:
Acidic Basic Neutral When a solution has a high OH- concentration, it is considered:
Hydrogens Hydrogen and oxygen Oxygen Polarity The ___ in water is partially negative:
Solution Solvent Solute Dissolving agent:
Energy storage Cell structure Both of the answers above Cushion Functions of carbs:
Monosaccharide Disaccharide Polysaccharide Glucose Polymer of carbs:
Contains all single bonds: Trans fat Unsaturated fat Cholesterol Saturated fat
Type of lipid found in cell membranes: Phospholipid Saturated fat Unsaturated fat Cholesterol
Contains C Contains C & H Contains C & O Contains C, H & O A substance is considered organic if it: