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Jeopardy Genetics DNA Technology Ecology Evolution Taxonomy Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from Genetics He is considered the father of genetics
$100 Answer from Genetics Gregor Mendel
$200 Question from Genetics Individuals of this gender are more likely to expressed sex-lined traits
$200 Answer from Genetics Males
$300 Question from Genetics This is the term for when both alleles are expressed in a heterozygote
$300 Answer from Genetics Codominance
$400 Question from Genetics These are the 4 phenotypes we see in the trait for human blood type
$400 Answer from Genetics A, B, AB, O
$500 Question from Genetics Name the 3 laws of inheritance
$500 Answer from Genetics 1.Law of dominance 2.Law of segregation 3.Law of independent assortment
$100 Question from DNA Technology This is the size of DNA that runs the farthest on a gel
$100 Answer from DNA Technology Shortest
$200 Question from DNA Technology This is the term for the gene you want to add to the plasmid
$200 Answer from DNA Technology Gene of interest
$300 Question from DNA Technology This is another term meaning the same thing as “genetically modified”
$300 Answer from DNA Technology Transgenic
$400 Question from DNA Technology This is the term for the “mother” that is involved in reproductive cloning
$400 Answer from DNA Technology Surrogate
$500 Question from DNA Technology This is the wild grass that was selectively bred to become corn
$500 Answer from DNA Technology Teosinte
$100 Question from Ecology This is a the term for how the individuals of a population are spread out in a given area
$100 Answer from Ecology Population dispersion
$200 Question from Ecology This is the term for organisms that eat both plants and meat
$200 Answer from Ecology Omnivore
$300 Question from Ecology These are the 3 types of symbiotic relationships
$300 Answer from Ecology Mutualism Parasitism Commensalism
$400 Question from Ecology Climate is composed of these 2 factors
$400 Answer from Ecology Temperature & rainfall
$500 Question from Ecology This interaction between species in the same niche is driven by limited resources
$500 Answer from Ecology Competition
$100 Question from Evolution Speciation is the __________ of new species
$100 Answer from Evolution Formation
$200 Question from Evolution This is the term for any remain or trace of an organism that died long ago
$200 Answer from Evolution Fossil
$300 Question from Evolution This is the theory that living things come from nonliving things
$300 Answer from Evolution Abiogenesis or Spontaneous generation
$400 Question from Evolution The shift in phenotype frequency of peppered moths in London is an example of this type of selection
$400 Answer from Evolution Directional
$500 Question from Evolution This type speciation says new species occur in bursts
$500 Answer from Evolution Punctuated equilibrium
$100 Question from Taxonomy The 2 name system used to classify organisms is known as this
$100 Answer from Taxonomy Binomial Nomenclature
$200 Question from Taxonomy This is the most broad category of classification
$200 Answer from Taxonomy Domain
$300 Question from Taxonomy This level of classification falls between class and family
$300 Answer from Taxonomy Order
$400 Question from Taxonomy This is the term for a characteristics that all of the organisms in a group have (Ex hair in mammals)
$400 Answer from Taxonomy Shared character
$500 Question from Taxonomy This is the term that includes group of organisms that includes an ancestor plus all of its descendants
$500 Answer from Taxonomy Clade
Final Jeopardy This is the equation for the growth rate of a population. (Be specific)
Final Jeopardy Answer Growth rate = (births + immigration) – (deaths + emigration)
APES Unit 03. Chapter 6 Ecosystems and Ecosystem Management.
Evolution (a) define the term variation; (b) discuss the fact that variation occurs within as well as between species; (c) describe the differences between.
Mendels Laws. What we already know… Inheritable factors or genes are responsible for all heritable characteristics Phenotype is based on Genotype Each.
Do Now 1.Come in quietly 2.Copy the objective (To learn about Evolution) 3.Relax and wait until class starts 4.And please dont put the textbooks that are.
Genetics-study of heredity Heredity- transmission of traits from parents to offspring.
Chapter 17 Evidence of Evolution AP Biology Spring 2011.
Copyright © by Holt, Rinehart and Winston. All rights reserved. ResourcesChapter menu Understanding Populations Chapter 8 POPULATIONS: How Populations.
Math of Genetics Mary Simpson MATH 150. Objectives Understanding how to find the probability of genetic outcomes for situations involving: Multiple.
5.4: Evolution Topic 5: Ecology & Evolution Miss Friedman.
Life Science Ecology & the Environment. Ecology Study of the interactions that take place among organisms and their environment.
EVOLUTION IN POPULATION BY: COURTNEY OKOYEOCHA. GENETICS JOINS EVOLUTIONARY THEORY In the 1900s researcher discovered that changes in the genes and chromosomes.
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Continuous and discontinuous variation Genes in population.
Chapter 13 Patterns of Inheritance. Look around you. Variation can be seen everywhere you look. Your classmates have different color eyes, hair, and skin.
Inheritance Inheritance: the way genes are passed down. If a father doesn’t have a leg does that mean his children will be born with out a leg????
A JEOPARDY-LIKE REVIEW GAME Ecological Organization Organism Interactions Early Ecosystems Potpourri Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200.
Biology I- CP Chapter 1- Scope of Biology Text- Biology, Exploring Life.
What is Ecology? Ecology Definition - the study of interactions among organisms and between organisms in their environment.
1.Genetic Drift- loss of variation (allele frequencies) due to a sudden environmental act that reduces the population 2.Gene Flow – change in variation.
Population Evolution Biology Chapter Genetic Variation Populations always show variation in traits – no two individuals are EXACTLY the same Variations.
Chapter 35 - Populations. Populations Can change over time Must determine the limits of an area Population Density - Ex - _________________________, or.
Genetics. Review Chromosomes are paired (homologous) in a 2N organism. Each chromosome contains many genes Homologous chromosomes carry the same genes.
Genetic Inheritance & Variation No 2 organisms in a species are the same (except clones or monozygotic twins) Genetic variation is essential for evolution.
10-1 Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Chapter 10 Lecture Outline See PowerPoint Image Slides.
Evolution and the History of Life Part 2 MLK Fall 2005 M.Elizabethwww.marric.us/teaching.
Words to know… Heredity - the passing of traits from parent to offspring. Genetics - the study of heredity. Trait- a specific characteristic Gene- chemical.
Biology AHSGE Standard V- Biosphere Organization.
Guidelines for PowerPoint Presentations. Classification of Organism Domain Kingdom Phylum Class Order Family Genus species.
Exploring Mendelian Genetics Introduction to Genetics Chapter 11 Section 3 Honors Biology.
14.2 Community Interactions KEY CONCEPT Organisms interact as individuals and as populations.
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