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2 100 soleIrreg.Es de…perdónmercado

3 mercado 100 It is hand-made. Está …

4 Answer 100 Hecho(a) a mano

5 mercado 200 ¿ C ó mo se dice “ a sculpture ” en espa ñ ol?

6 Answer 200 Una escultura

7 mercado 300 ¿ C ó mo se dice “ inexpensive ” en espa ñ ol?

8 Answer 300 Barato (a)

9 mercado 400 ¿ C ó mo se dice “ portrait ” en espa ñ ol?

10 Answer 400 retrato

11 mercado 500 ¿ C ó mo se dice “ unique/one of a kind ” en espa ñ ol?

12 Answer 500 Único (a)

13 Es de… 100 ¿Cómo se dice “made of wood” en español? ¿Cómo se dice “made of wood” en español?

14 Answer 100 De madera De madera

15 Es de… 200 ¿Cómo se dice “made of gold” en español? ¿Cómo se dice “made of gold” en español?

16 Answer 200 De oro De oro

17 Es de… 300 ¿Cómo se dice “made of leather” en español? ¿Cómo se dice “made of leather” en español?

18 Answer 300 De cuero De cuero

19 Es de… 400 ¿Cómo se dice “esta escultura de de piedra” en inglés? ¿Cómo se dice “esta escultura de de piedra” en inglés?

20 Answer 400 This sculpture is made of stone This sculpture is made of stone

21 Es de… 500 ¿Cómo se dice “made of silver” en español? ¿Cómo se dice “made of silver” en español?

22 Answer 500 De plata De plata

23 Perdón 100 ¿Cómo se dice “pase, por favor” en inglés?

24 Answer 100 Come in (pass, go ahead), please.

25 Perdón 200 ¿Cómo se dice “Me deja ver…” en inglés?

26 Answer 200 Can I see…? Will you let me see…?

27 Perdón 300 ¿Cómo se dice “excuse me” en español?

28 Answer 300 Con permiso / disculpe / Perdóneme

29 Perdón 400 ¿Cómo se dice “You’re welcome” en español?

30 Answer 400 De nada / No hay de qué

31 Perdón 500 You ask the vendedor – “¿Me deja ver esa pulsera?” What would he probably say?

32 Answer 500 “Con mucho gusto”

33 100 Preterite irregulars 100 Estar (t ú ) Estar (t ú )

34 Answer 100 Estuviste Estuviste

35 200 Preterite irregulars 200 Saber (nosotros) Saber (nosotros)

36 Answer 200 Supimos Supimos

37 300 Preterite irregulars 300 poder (yo) poder (yo)

38 Answer 300 Pude Pude

39 400 Preterite irregulars 400 tener (tú) tener (tú)

40 Answer 400 Tuviste Tuviste

41 500 Preterite irregulars 500 ponerse (Uds.) ponerse (Uds.)

42 Answer 500 Se pusieron Se pusieron

43 -ir stem changers (preterite) 100 Pedir (Ud.)

44 Answer 100 Pidió

45 -ir stem changers (preterite) 200 Servir (ella)

46 Answer 200 Sirvió

47 -ir stem changers (preterite) 300 Preferir (tú)

48 Answer 300 Preferiste (out of the sole)

49 -ir stem changers (preterite) 400 Dormirse (ellos)

50 Answer 400 Se durmieron

51 -ir stem changers (preterite) 500 Seguir (Uds.)

52 Answer 500 Siguieron

53 Daily Double Daily Double Here is your chance to double your money. You can bet it all or any part of it. If you you have less than a thousand dollars you may bet up to one thousand. But be careful, if you answer incorrectly you will lose the amount which you wagered.

54 200 IIIosisMei

55 Column Form of reproduction when all offspring are genetically identical to one another and its parent Form of reproduction when all offspring are genetically identical to one another and its parent

56 Answer Asexual Reproduction Asexual Reproduction

57 Column How many pairs of chromosomes do humans have per cell? How many pairs of chromosomes do humans have per cell?

58 Answer 23 23

59 Column In prophase I In prophase I A. Crossing over occurs A. Crossing over occurs B. The cell splits B. The cell splits C. The Chromosomes pull apart C. The Chromosomes pull apart

60 Answer C

61 Column In Meiosis II, 2 sister chromatids of each duplicated chromosome _______ from each other. In Meiosis II, 2 sister chromatids of each duplicated chromosome _______ from each other.

62 Answer Separate Separate

63 Column What is the effect of crossing over? What is the effect of crossing over?

64 Answer It creates new allele combinations in offspring It creates new allele combinations in offspring

65 Column True or False. When the parent has two sets of chromosomes it is said to be haploid.

66 Answer FALSE

67 Column How many cells are there after Telophase II?

68 Answer 4

69 Column What is a particular stretch of chromosome of DNA molecules?

70 Answer Genes

71 Column Explain the difference between gametes and germ cells.

72 Answer Gametes are immature sex cells Germ cells are mature sex cells.

73 Column ________ is a unique form of the same gene

74 Answer Allele

75 Column Meiosis takes place in the A. Chloroplast B. Reproductive Organs C. Nucleus D. Chromatids

76 Answer B. Reproductive Organs

77 Column What happens in Anaphase I? A.Homologous chromosomes segregate B. Tetrads pull apart C.Both A and B D.Neither A or B

78 Answer C.

79 Column True or False. In prophase II microtubules attach to kinetochores of the duplicated chromosomes.

80 Answer True

81 Column Germ Cells are A. Diploid B. Haploid

82 Answer Diploid

83 Column In Telophase I, chromosomes arrive at separate poles which is followed by _______ division

84 Answer Cytoplasmic

85 Column ► Gametes are ______ cells

86 Answer ► Haploid

87 Column ► In Meiosis I, each homologous chromosome in the cell _____ with its partner

88 Answer ► pairs

89 Column ► The chromosome number is ► A. Haploid cells ► B. Number of daughter cells form ► C. Sum total of chromosomes in a cell.

90 Answer ►C►C►C►C

91 Column ► What happens in metaphase II?

92 Answer ► The duplicated chromosomes line up at spindle equator

93 Column In humans, what is the number of possible combinations of chromosomes in gametes? A. 23 B C. 2 3 D. None of the above

94 Answer ►B►B►B►B

95 Column Initial contacts between microtubules and chromosomes are A. Random B. In a special order C. Always the same

96 Answer A.

97 Column What is Sexual Reproduction

98 Answer The creation of offspring involving two parents

99 Column Crossing over occurs in which stage of Meiosis?

100 Answer Prophase I

101 Column What happens in Anaphase II?

102 Answer Sister chromatids separate to become independent chromosomes

103 Column The chromosome in a gamete are a mix of

104 Answer chromosomes from 2 parents

105 Daily Double Daily Double Here is your chance to double your money. You can bet it all or any part of it. If you you have less than a thousand dollars you may bet up to one thousand. But be careful, if you answer incorrectly you will lose the amount which you wagered.

106 Daily Double Daily Double Here is your chance to double your money. You can bet it all or any part of it. If you you have less than a thousand dollars you may bet up to one thousand. But be careful, if you answer incorrectly you will lose the amount which you wagered.

107 Today’s Final Jeopardy category is…

108 Category  Meiosis!!!

109 Final Jeopardy Category  List all the stages of Meiosis I and II and describe what happens in each stage

110 Final Jeopardy Answer  Prophase IChromosomes begin to condense, crossing over can take place.  Metaphase IThe chromosomes line up in the middle and the spindle becomes fully formed  Anaphase IThe poles push apart and the chromosomes are pulled apart from their homologous partners  Telophase IThe germ cells cytoplasm separates and there are now two haploid cells  Prophase II Microtubules attach to the chromosomes and drive the movement toward the spindles middle  Metaphase IIChromosomes are positioned at the spindle equator, midway between the two poles  Anaphase IIthe attachment between the two chromatids of each chromosome break. They move to opposite poles of the spindle  Telophase IIThe cells begin to separate and we are left with four new daughter cells. They will have a haploid number.


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