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Jeopardy Photosynthesis Food ChainsTropism Cell Respiration Misc. 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 Photosynthesis What three things are necessary For photosynthesis to take place?
$100 Answer from Photosynthesis Sunlight, carbon dioxide, And water
$200 Question from Photosynthesis What are the two end results of photosynthesis?
$200 Answer from Photosynthesis Glucose (sugar/food) & oxygen
$300 Question from Photosynthesis How does water get into the leaves for photosynthesis?
$300 Answer from Photosynthesis Water enters from the soil into the roots and then travels up the stem through the xylem.
$400 Question from Photosynthesis How does carbon dioxide enter the leaves for photosynthesis?
$400 Answer from Photosynthesis enters through the stomata on the underside of the leaves
$500 Question from Photosynthesis How does sunlight get into the leaves for photosynthesis?
$500 Answer from Photosynthesis sunlight enters into the chloroplasts that contain chlorophyll
$100 Question from Food Chains What is a series of steps showing the transfer of energy among living things?
$100 Answer from Food Chains food chain
$200 Question from Food Chains All food chains start with energy going from the sun to what?
$200 Answer from Food Chains green plants/producers
$300 Question from Food Chains Which of the following is an example of a consumer? lion, rose, worm
$300 Answer from Food Chains lion
$400 Question from Food Chains What is the difference between a consumer and a producer?
$400 Answer from Food Chains Producers are green plants that make or produce their own food. Consumers must eat producers or other consumers to get their energy.
$500 Question from Food Chains Give an example of a food chain. Be sure to tell the organism as well as its position in the food chain.
$500 Answer from Food Chains answers will vary
$100 Question from Tropism Which type of response of a plant involves the plants’ leaves and stems growing towards a light source?
$100 Answer from Tropism phototropism
$200 Question from Tropism Which type of plant response involves some plants to use tendrils to latch on to surrounding surfaces after touching them?
$200 Answer from Tropism thigmotropism
$300 Question from Tropism Which type of plant response involves plants’ roots growing more on the side of the plant with a better water source?
$300 Answer from Tropism hydrotropism
$400 Question from Tropism Which type of plant response involves the roots growing towards the earth and the leaves and stems growing away from earth?
$400 Answer from Tropism geotropism
$500 Question from Tropism What force causes geotropism is occur?
$500 Answer from Tropism gravity
$100 Question from Cell Respiration Cell respiration takes place in what type of organisms?
$100 Answer from Cell Respiration all plants & animals
$200 Question from Cell Respiration The gas that is needed for cell respiration to occur is what?
$200 Answer from Cell Respiration oxygen
$300 Question from Cell Respiration What is the result of cell respiration?
$300 Answer from Cell Respiration energy is released from food
$400 Question from Cell Respiration What if cell respiration did not occur?
$400 Answer from Cell Respiration Organism couldn’t get energy from their food.
$500 Question from Cell Respiration How are photosynthesis and cell respiration related?
$500 Answer from Cell Respiration The end result of cell respiration is food. Food starts cell respiration and ends with energy.
$100 Question from Misc. What are overlapping food chains?
$100 Answer from Misc. food web
$200 Question from Misc. What are the tiny holes on the undersides of leaves called?
$200 Answer from Misc. stomata
$300 Question from Misc. What is the name of the process where water is released through the underside of leaves?
$300 Answer from Misc. transpiration
$400 Question from Misc. Plants store the extra food they produce as what? Which part of the plant would most of this be located in?
$400 Answer from Misc. starch, roots
$500 Question from Misc. In the following food chain, what position does the bird hold? sun→ tree leaves → caterpillar →bird → cat → bacteria
$500 Answer from Misc. 2 nd order consumer
Final Jeopardy What are 3 organisms that are considered decomposers?
Final Jeopardy Answer some insects, worms, bacteria, fungi (fungus), mushrooms
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