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Bio Midterm Review Jeopardy! $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Membranes and Reactions DNA Water, Carbs, Proteins, Lipids, and pH Atoms, Bonds, and Basics ???

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2 Bio Midterm Review Jeopardy! $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 Membranes and Reactions DNA Water, Carbs, Proteins, Lipids, and pH Atoms, Bonds, and Basics ??? BONUS $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 BONUS $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 BONUS $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 BONUS $100 $200 $300 $400 $500 BONUS WELCOME TO…

3 1 - $100 These three types of particles make up an atom. These three types of particles make up an atom. What are protons, neutrons, and electrons? What are protons, neutrons, and electrons?

4 1 - $200 This type of atom bond involves the sharing of electron pairs between atoms. This type of atom bond involves the sharing of electron pairs between atoms. What is a covalent bond? What is a covalent bond?

5 1 - $300 This is the group in a controlled experiment in which the factor being tested for is not applied. This is the group in a controlled experiment in which the factor being tested for is not applied. What is the control group? What is the control group?

6 1 - $400 This row of the periodic table only contains elements with their electron shells filled without bonding. This row of the periodic table only contains elements with their electron shells filled without bonding. What are the noble gases? What are the noble gases?

7 1 - $500 These are the six functional groups. Name four of them. These are the six functional groups. Name four of them. What are hydroxyl, carboxyl, carbonyl, amino, phosphate, and methyl? What are hydroxyl, carboxyl, carbonyl, amino, phosphate, and methyl?

8 1 - Bonus Name the six steps to the scientific method in order. Each step is worth $100. Name the six steps to the scientific method in order. Each step is worth $100. Ask a question, do background research, construct a hypothesis, test your hypothesis with an experiment, analyze your data and draw a conclusion, and communicate your results Ask a question, do background research, construct a hypothesis, test your hypothesis with an experiment, analyze your data and draw a conclusion, and communicate your results

9 2 - $100 This ion is highly concentrated in a basic solution. This ion is highly concentrated in a basic solution. What is hydroxide (OH - )? What is hydroxide (OH - )?

10 2 - $200 These are the monomers and polymers of carbohydrates. Name both. These are the monomers and polymers of carbohydrates. Name both. What are monosaccharides and polysaccharides? What are monosaccharides and polysaccharides?

11 2 - $300 This property of hydrogen bonding, found in water, causes molecules to stick together. This property of hydrogen bonding, found in water, causes molecules to stick together. What is cohesion? What is cohesion?

12 2 - $400 These lipids, composed of fused ring structures, are commonly utilized by athletes. These lipids, composed of fused ring structures, are commonly utilized by athletes. What are steroids? What are steroids?

13 2 - $500 These proteins provide associations between your body parts. These proteins provide associations between your body parts. What are structural proteins? What are structural proteins?

14 2 - Bonus Put these six substances in order from most acidic to most basic: rainwater, bleach, tomato juice, seawater, ammonia, lemon juice. Each correct placement is worth $100. Put these six substances in order from most acidic to most basic: rainwater, bleach, tomato juice, seawater, ammonia, lemon juice. Each correct placement is worth $100. 1) lemon juice, 2) tomato juice, 3) rainwater, 4) seawater, 5) ammonia, 6) bleach 1) lemon juice, 2) tomato juice, 3) rainwater, 4) seawater, 5) ammonia, 6) bleach

15 3 - $100 This form of passive transport involves water diffusing across a cell membrane. What is osmosis?

16 3 - $200 These molecules make up the plasma membrane. What are phospholipids?

17 3 - $300 This action is a form of cellular excretion, where waste is expelled from the cell. What is exocytosis?

18 3 - $400 This metabolic pathway requires energy to build up larger molecules. What is anabolism?

19 3 - $500 This process turns ADP back into ATP. What is phosphorylation?

20 3 - Bonus Name as many types of energy as you can. The first six types named are worth $100, while subsequent types are worth $50. Kinetic, potential, mechanical, heat, chemical, electric, magnetic, nuclear, gravitational, thermal, radiant, elastic

21 4 - $100 These scientists deduced the secondary structure of DNA to be a double helix. These scientists deduced the secondary structure of DNA to be a double helix. Who are Watson and Crick? Who are Watson and Crick?

22 4 - $200 This enzyme shows DNA Polymerase where to go when it is going from the 5’ end to the 3’ end. This enzyme shows DNA Polymerase where to go when it is going from the 5’ end to the 3’ end. What is primase? What is primase?

23 4 - $300 Name the four nitrogenous bases of RNA. Name the four nitrogenous bases of RNA. What are adenine, cytosine, guanine, and uracil? What are adenine, cytosine, guanine, and uracil?

24 4 - $400 This scientist discovered the “transforming factor” (he heat-killed disease-causing bacteria, then incubated harmless ones with the disease- causing ones, and some harmless ones became disease-causing ones). This scientist discovered the “transforming factor” (he heat-killed disease-causing bacteria, then incubated harmless ones with the disease- causing ones, and some harmless ones became disease-causing ones). Who is Frederick Griffiths? Who is Frederick Griffiths?

25 4 - $500 These two nitrogenous bases are classified as pyrimidines. These two nitrogenous bases are classified as pyrimidines. What are thymine and cytosine? What are thymine and cytosine?

26 4 - Bonus Name the six traits of a virus. Each trait named is worth $100. Name the six traits of a virus. Each trait named is worth $100. Have their own genome; don’t have enzymes, ribosomes, or ATP; have external protein shells called capsids; infect only specific cells; have two life cycles (lysic and lysogenic); are smaller than bacteria Have their own genome; don’t have enzymes, ribosomes, or ATP; have external protein shells called capsids; infect only specific cells; have two life cycles (lysic and lysogenic); are smaller than bacteria

27 5 - $100 This type of reaction releases energy. This type of reaction releases energy. What is an exergonic reaction? What is an exergonic reaction?

28 5 - $200 During a lab, we tested foods like potatoes, carrots, and liver for this enzyme. During a lab, we tested foods like potatoes, carrots, and liver for this enzyme. What is catalase? What is catalase?

29 5 - $300 This process forms ADP and a phosphate group from ATP. This process forms ADP and a phosphate group from ATP. What is ATP hydrolysis? What is ATP hydrolysis?

30 5 - $400 This type of litmus paper turns a different color when it comes into contact with an acid. This type of litmus paper turns a different color when it comes into contact with an acid. What is blue litmus paper? What is blue litmus paper?

31 5 - $500 This property of water allows it to climb up small spaces, like straws. This property of water allows it to climb up small spaces, like straws. What is capillary action? What is capillary action?

32 5 - Bonus Name the three types of cellular work. Each type named is worth $200. Yes, I know this is probably a game-breaker. But can you remember the types? Name the three types of cellular work. Each type named is worth $200. Yes, I know this is probably a game-breaker. But can you remember the types? Chemical work, transport work, mechanical work Chemical work, transport work, mechanical work


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