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This is. Jeopardy Earth Science Classifying Rocks Igneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Rocks From Reefs Metamorphic Rocks The Rock Cycle 200 400 600 800 1000.

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1 This is

2 Jeopardy Earth Science

3 Classifying Rocks Igneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Rocks From Reefs Metamorphic Rocks The Rock Cycle Jeopardy

4 Classifying Rocks for 200 The minerals that make up most of Earth’s crust are called _________________.

5 Classifying Rocks for 400 A rock’s ______________ is the look and feel of the rock.

6 Classifying Rocks for 600 The names of the three major groups of rocks refers to __________ the rocks formed.

7 Classifying Rocks for 800 In the rock cycle, the fourth major group of rocks is this.

8 Classifying Rocks for 1000 In order to be classified as magma, solid rocks must ____________.

9 Igneous Rocks for 200 _______________ rocks may be similar in composition and yet have different textures.

10 Igneous Rocks for 400 Basalt is the most common _________ rock form of igneous rock.

11 Igneous Rocks for 600 Name two igneous rocks.

12 Igneous Rocks for 800 According to the rock cycle, igneous rocks form from ____________ ___________ that happens when magma leaves Earth’s crust.

13 Igneous Rocks for 1000 A rock called a _________________ has large crystals surrounded by smaller crystals.

14 Sedimentary Rocks for 200 Erosion and deposition play roles in the formation of this type of rock.

15 Sedimentary Rocks for 400 The process in which dissolved materials crystallize and glue particles of sediment together is called ____________________.

16 Sedimentary Rocks for 600 This kind of rock forms when minerals that are dissolved in a solution crystallize on Earth’s surface.

17 Sedimentary Rocks for 800 A sedimentary rock that forms when rock fragments are squeezed together is called a(n) __________________ rock.

18 Sedimentary Rocks for 1000 Name three forms of sedimentary rock.

19 Rocks From Reefs for 200 _______________ that began as coral can be found on continents.

20 Rocks From Reefs for 400 A ______ ________ forms when tiny organism produce skeletons that grow together making a wall that protects the shoreline from waves.

21 Rocks From Reefs for 600 A coral reef is really made up of _________________ limestone.

22 Rocks From Reefs for 800 When coral animals die, their ______________ remain. More corals build on top of them, gradually forming a coral reef.

23 Rocks From Reefs for 1000 This is a name for one relative of coral.

24 Metamorphic Rocks for 200 This is the place where most metamorphic rocks form.

25 Metamorphic Rocks for 400 Slate is basically a denser, more compact version of _____________.

26 Metamorphic Rocks for 600 Metamorphic rocks that have their grains arranged in parallel bands are said to be ________________.

27 Metamorphic Rocks for 800 Changing metamorphic rock into another type of rock is one step in this process.

28 Metamorphic Rocks for 1000 The steps in the rock cycle that allow rocks to change is driven by ___________ inside ___________.

29 The Rock Cycle for 200 ____________________ is the process during the formation of sedimentary rock where sediments are pressed together.

30 The Rock Cycle for 400 An organic rock that forms during sedimentary rock formation is called this.

31 The Rock Cycle for 600 Using the diagram below, describe how Rock Group C could change into Rock Group B.

32 The Rock Cycle for 800 The movement of ______________ help to start the rock cycle by forming magma, the source of igneous rocks.

33 The Rock Cycle for 1000 Based on this diagram, these are the rocks found at letters A, B, & C.

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38 Classifying Rocks Igneous Rocks Sedimentary Rocks Rocks From Reefs Metamorphic Rocks The Rock Cycle Double Jeopardy

39 Classifying Rocks for 400 In Mendel’s P Generation, he crossed purebred tall plants with _______________________.

40 Classifying Rocks for 800 In Mendel’s F1 generation, he noticed that there were all _______________

41 Classifying Rocks for 1200 The dominant allele is represented by a __________________ letter.

42 Classifying Rocks for 1600 A _______________ is an organism that has two different alleles for a trait A _______________ is an organism that has two different alleles for a trait

43 Classifying Rocks for 1800 A _______________ is an organism that has two different alleles for a trait A _______________ is an organism that has two different alleles for a trait

44 Igneous Rocks for 400 When you toss a coin more than once, the results of one toss do not affect the results of the next toss. This is called the _____________________.

45 Igneous Rocks for 800 A _________________ is a chart that shows all the possible combinations of alleles that can result from a genetic cross.

46 Igneous Rocks for 1200 In a genetic cross, the allele that each parent will pass on to its offspring is based on __________________

47 Igneous Rocks for 1600 In ________________, the alleles are neither dominant nor recessive. As a result, both alleles are expressed in the offspring.

48 Igneous Rocks for 1800 In ________________, the alleles are neither dominant nor recessive. As a result, both alleles are expressed in the offspring.

49 Sedimentary Rocks for 400 The body cells of a grasshopper have _____________ chromosomes.

50 Sedimentary Rocks for 800 During ________________, the chromosome pairs separate and are distributed to different cells.

51 Sedimentary Rocks for 1200 ________________ are located on the chromosomes.

52 Sedimentary Rocks for 1600 _____________ observed what happened when sperm cell and egg cell joined during fertilization.

53 Sedimentary Rocks for 1800 _____________ observed what happened when sperm cell and egg cell joined during fertilization.

54 Rocks From Reefs for 400 The four base pairs in DNA are _________________________

55 Rocks From Reefs for 800 The order of the __________________ along a gene forms a genetic code that specifies what type of protein will be made.

56 Rocks From Reefs for 1200 The order of the ____________-base code units determines the order in which amino acids are put together to form a protein.

57 Rocks From Reefs for 1600 In Morse code, the pattern: dot, dot, dot/ dash, dash, dash/ dot, dot, dot stands for this.

58 Rocks From Reefs for 1800 In Morse code, the pattern: dot, dot, dot/ dash, dash, dash/ dot, dot, dot stands for this.

59 Metamorphic Rocks for 400 Protein synthesis takes place on the ribosomes in the _______________ of the cell

60 Metamorphic Rocks for 800 The two types of RNA that are used in protein synthesis are _____________ ______________________________

61 Metamorphic Rocks for 1200 There are this many amino acids that the nitrogen bases can code for.

62 Metamorphic Rocks for 1600 The term mutation comes from the Latin word that means “__________”

63 Metamorphic Rocks for 1800 The term mutation comes from the Latin word that means “__________”

64 The Rock Cycle for 400 Most mutations are considered this.

65 The Rock Cycle for 800 The nitrogen base A stands for ____________________.

66 The Rock Cycle for 1200 In cats, H=short hair, h=long hair. In the cross of a Hh cat with a hh cat, this is the probability that you will get a short haired cat.

67 The Rock Cycle for 1600 In cats, H=short hair, h=long hair. This is the phenotype of a cat who’s genotype is Hh.

68 The Rock Cycle for 1800 In cats, H=short hair, h=long hair. This is the phenotype of a cat who’s genotype is Hh.

69 Final Jeopardy Calcite is formed when _________ and oxygen combine with calcium in a coral reef.

70 Final Jeopardy Final Jeopardy

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72 DAILY DOUBLE!! DAILY DOUBLE!!

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