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2 Jeopardy

3 GAME RULES: Teams will be the Tables you are sitting at now. Winner of number guess will choose the first question. Each team will have 1 person compete at a time. If one team answers incorrectly another team has a chance to answer If you think you know the answer raise your hand The score will be kept on the board

4 ANY QUESTIONS?

5 Central Nervous System Neurons Nerve Impulses Misc Sensory Systems Peripheral Nervous System

6 The mouse has led you astray, please pick again!!

7 300 Q What are the two main components of the central nervous system? A Brain and Spinal Cord

8 200 Q What is the largest part of the brain? A The cerebrum

9 100 Q Which structure in the central nervous system is responsible for regulating our body temperature? A The hypothalamus

10 400 Q What are the three components of the brainstem? A The midbrain, the pons, and the medulla oblongata

11 500 Q Which structure’s name means “Little Brain” A The Cerebellum

12 100 Q What part of our bodies make up the Peripheral Nervous system? A Our Nerves

13 200 Q What are the two divisions of the Peripheral Nervous system? A The Autonomic and the Somatic Nervous System

14 300 Q Which division of the autonomic nervous system involves voluntary muscle action? A The somatic nervous system

15 400 Q What is the portion of the nervous system that sends information to the skeletal muscles? A The Somatic Nervous System

16 100 Q Which part of the neuron receives information? A Dendrite

17 500 Q What are the three types of neurons? A Sensory neuron, interneuron, and motor neuron

18 200 Q What part of the neuron transmits information? A Axon

19 300 Q What is the name of the junction where axons and dendrites meet? A The synapse

20 400 Q What is the Myelin Sheath made up of? Glial Cells

21 500 Q What is the name of the layer of insulation that covers the axon in a neuron? A Myelin Sheath

22 100 Q What type of signal is transmitted in a neuron along its axon? A Electrical

23 200 Q How fast can messages be transmitted to the brain and back? Between 2 and 200+ Miles per hour

24 300 Q What is the name of the chemical that sends messages from one neuron to another? A Neurotransmitter

25 400 Q What type of signal is transmitted at the synapse? A Chemical

26 500 What is a group of Neurons called? A Nerve

27 100 Q What type stimuli are sensitive to light? A Electro Magnetic

28 200 Q Hair cells in the ear, as well as the ear drum, respond to what type of stimuli? A Physical (vibrations)

29 300 Q What type of receptor is involved in both taste and smell? A Chemoreceptors

30 400 Q What is the name of the receptors stimulated by vibrations within the ear? A Mechanoreceptors

31 500 Q What type of receptor is activated when touching a hot stove?? Pain Receptor

32 100 Q Which lobe of the brain is responsible of intellectual function? A Frontal

33 200 Q Which lobe of the brain processes information from the auditory nerve? A Temporal

34 300 Q What is an involuntary response to a stimulus? A reflex

35 400 Q To which lobe of the brain does the optic nerve travel? A Occipital

36 500 Q Which lobe of the brain is responsible for Touch, Smell and Taste? A Parietal lobe

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38 Final Jeopardy Rules This is a very quiet round, so you should only be whispering to your group. You don’t want other groups to cheat do you? You have 1 minute to write your answer on the whiteboard. Figure out how many points you would like to wager. If you get it right, you add on that amount, if you get it wrong, you lose that amount. Only write the answer and wager. Do not draw on or write other things.

39 What is the name of the fluid that is secreted in the Ventricles, and causes our brain to be suspended in our skull?

40 Cerebrospinal Fluid

41 Final Jeopardy Atomic Scientists Atomic Structure Atomic Variables Isotopes Periodic Table Misc.

42 The mouse has led you astray, please pick again!!

43 200 Q What was the name given to JJ Thomson’s atomic model? A Plum Pudding

44 400 Q According to John Dalton, Which atoms are identical? A Atoms of the same element

45 600 Q Who first proposed that all matter consisted of atoms? A Democritus

46 800 Q Who was responsible for describing the nuclear model of particles in the atom? A Ernest Rutherford

47 1000 Q Which atomic theorist developed the concept of the atom without experimentation A Democritus

48 200 Q In terms of charge, how would you compare a proton and an electron? A Equal and opposite

49 400 Q What is the relative mass of an electron? A 1/1840 Misc.

50 600 Q What would occur if two electrons were brought together? A They would repel one another

51 800 Q What does a change in the number of electrons in an atom give rise to? A Ions

52 1000 Q Which particle, proton or electron, is attracted to the cathode of a CRT? A Proton

53 200 Q From what is atomic mass derived? A The weighted average mass of all atoms that naturally occur in a sample

54 400 Q How many neutrons are in Cl-35? A 18

55 600 Q What is the atomic number of the atom that has a mass number or 15 and 8 neutrons? A 7

56 800 Q How many electrons are there in a calcium ion? A 18

57 1000 Q What type of energy determines whether a fission or fusion reaction takes place A Binding energy

58 200 Q What isotope is used to determine the age of carbon based materials? A C-14

59 400 Q What is a radioactive isotope? A An isotope that has an unstable nucleus and undergoes radioactive decay.

60 600 Q What subatomic particle is beta radiation composed of? A electron

61 800 Q Which isotope is more abundant? F-19 or F-22 given an atomic mass of 20.2 A F-19

62 1000 Q What type of decay would occur in an isotope that has 4 neutrons and 2 protons? A Beta radiation

63 200 Q Which type of radiation has the least penetrating power? A Alpha

64 400 Q How do the mass of a proton and the mass of a neuron compare? A They are roughly the same

65 600 Q What are alpha particles composed of? A Positively charged helium ions

66 800 What type of nuclear reaction occurs in small nuclei to bring about stability A fusion

67 1000 Q What type of particles caused maximum deflection of alpha particles in Rutherford’s experiment? A Protons

68 200 Q Changes in the number of these particles result in ions? A electrons

69 400 Q What equation accounts for the conversion of mass into energy in nuclear reactions A E=mc 2

70 600 Q What type of particles did Rutherford use in his experiment? A Alpha particles

71 800 Q What subatomic particle was discovered by inference to account for the discrepancy between particle mass and atomic mass? A Neutron

72 1000 Q Which type of radiation would not be deflected by a magnet? A Gamma

73 Game Over


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