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Midterm Jeopardy 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Unit 1Unit 2Unit 3Unit 4Unit 5 Final.

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2 Midterm Jeopardy Unit 1Unit 2Unit 3Unit 4Unit 5 Final Jeopardy

3 What is the age of the universe and what is the age of the earth? 2

4 Universe – 13.7 billion years old Earth – 4.6 billion years old 3

5 4 What was snowball earth, how did it arise, and how did it end?

6 5 Snowball earth was a super ice age during which the entire surface of the planet froze solid Cause – falling CO2 from photosynthesis End – rising CO2 from an episode of increased volcanism

7 6 Put the following future events in order and explain which event will first spell doom for humanity… New Supercontinent, Red Giant, Loss of Moon, Next Ice Age, Solidification of Core

8 7 Next Ice Age – New Supercontinent – Solidification of Core – Loss of Moon – Red Giant Humans will not survive the solidification of earth’s core. DNA will be destroyed by solar radiation and all life on the planet will cease

9 8 Compare and contrast the P-T and K-T extinctions based on the following chart… P-TK-T Time Cause Result

10 9 P-TK-T Time250 mya65 mya CauseSupervolcano along with the super-desert that existed on Pangaea at the time Asteroid that hit just outside of Cancun, Mexico Result83% of all life wiped out and cleared the way for dinosaurs to rise Dinosaurs wiped out (except for the birds) and cleared the way for mammals to rise

11 10 Match the event to the correct Eon/Era Snowball EarthPaleozoic Age of DinosaursCenozoic Late Heavy BombardmentArchean Cambrian ExplosionHadean Oceans Rust BlueMesozoic Age of MammalsProterozoic

12 11 Snowball EarthPaleozoic Age of DinosaursCenozoic Late Heavy BombardmentArchean Cambrian ExplosionHadean Oceans Rust BlueMesozoic Age of MammalsProterozoic

13 12 What are the five structures of the human female reproductive tract, in order, through which an egg travels?

14 13 Ovary – Fallopian Tube – Uterus – Cervix – Vagina

15 14 What are the four lobes of the cerebrum and their functions?

16 15 Frontal Lobe – Memories & reasoning Parietal Lobe – Spatial sense & navigation Temporal Lobe – Language and forming long-term memories Occipital Lobe – Vision

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26 25 SyconoidLeuconoidAsconoid

27 26 What are the three Classes within Phylum Porifera?

28 27 Calcarea Hexactinellida Demospongiae

29 28 What is the function of each of the following sponge cells? Choanocytes Sclerocytes Archaeocytes Porocytes

30 29 Choanocytes – Create water currents and trap food particles Sclerocytes – Create spicules Archaeocytes – Deliver food to other cells Porocytes – Create the pores in the sponge

31 30 What are the four Classes of Phylum Cnidaria and what types of Cnidarians reside in each Class?

32 31 Hydrozoa – Hydra & Man-of-War Scyphozoa – True Jellyfish Cubozoa – Box Jellyfish Anthozoa – Corals & Anemones

33 32 Name the following worms

34 33 Tubeworm Lugworm Planaria Hookworm

35 34 Name the following cycles

36 35 General FlukeTrichinella Dracunculus Loa loa

37 36 Worm Vocab Match… EutelySynonym for hermaphrodite DioeciousDivisions between segments MetameresLegs on Polychaetes SeptaLarvae of some worms/mollusks MonoeciousTiny hairs on some worms ParapodiaConstant # of cells in a species SetaeThe segments of Annelids TrochophoreWhen a species has 2 sexes

38 37 EutelySynonym for hermaphrodite DioeciousDivisions between segments MetameresLegs on Polychaetes SeptaLarvae of some worms/mollusks MonoeciousTiny hairs on some worms ParapodiaConstant # of cells in a species SetaeThe segments of Annelids TrochophoreWhen a species has 2 sexes

39 38 Name the Classes for the following type of flatworms… Flukes Tapeworms Planaria

40 39 Flukes – Trematoda Tapeworms – Cestoidea Planaria – Turbellaria

41 40 Name the Phylum for each of the types of worms listed below… Flatworms Ribbonworms Roundworms Segmented Worms

42 41 Flatworms - Platyhelminthes Ribbonworms - Nemertea Roundworms - Nematoda Segmented Worms - Annelida

43 42 Identify the following Echinoderms…

44 37 Feather Star Basket Star Brittle Star Sea Lily

45 44 Name the following mollusks…

46 45 Mussels Nudibranch Cuttlefish Chiton

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51 50 Match the animal to its Phylum… BivalviaTusk Shells AsteroideaSea Cucumbers PolyplacophoraUrchins & Dollars HolothuroideaSea Stars GastropodaSea Lilies & Feather Stars CephalopodaClams, Mussels, etc… EchinoideaSlugs, Abalones, etc… CrinoideaChitons ScaphopodaBrittle & Basket Stars OphiuroideaSquid, Octopuses, etc…

52 51 BivalviaTusk Shells AsteroideaSea Cucumbers PolyplacophoraUrchins & Dollars HolothuroideaSea Stars GastropodaSea Lilies & Feather Stars CephalopodaClams, Mussels, etc… EchinoideaSlugs, Abalones, etc… CrinoideaChitons ScaphopodaBrittle & Basket Stars OphiuroideaSquid, Octopuses, etc…

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