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1 Final Review JeopardyPhotosynthesis and cell respirationCells and their environmentGeneticsDNA and GenesMystery???100100100100100200200200200200300300300300300400400400400400This is the same as Fall Final review jeopardy but with a couple of the Mystery questions changed to include some stuff from semester 2.500500500500500Final Jeopardy
3 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration -100 ANSWER: This is the energy source for all life on Earth.QUESTION: What is the sun?
4 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration -200 ANSWER: This is the location of aerobic respiration.QUESTION: What is the mitochondria?
5 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration -300 ANSWER: The dark reactions of photosynthesis are given this name.QUESTION: What is the Calvin Cycle?
6 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration -400 ANSWER: During the third stage of photosynthesis, sugars are produced from these two substances.QUESTION: What are carbon from carbon dioxide and Hydrogen atoms from NADPH?
7 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration -500 ANSWER: For each molecule of Glucose that is broken down during aerobic respiration, the Krebs cycle produces this many ATP.QUESTION: What is two?
8 Cells and Their Environment -100 ANSWER: This is the energy currency of cells.QUESTION: What is ATP?
9 Cells and Their Environment -200 ANSWER: Membranes allow only certain substances into and out of the cell are described as this.QUESTION: What is selectively permeable?
10 Cells and Their Environment -300 ANSWER: This is the packaging and distribution center of the cell.QUESTION: What is the Golgi Apparatus?
11 Cells and Their Environment -400 ANSWER: Ridding the cell of materials by discharging the materials in vesicles is called this.QUESTION: What is exocytosis?
12 Cells and Their Environment -500 ANSWER: When the volume of a cell increases, this happens to its surface area.QUESTION: What is it increases, but at a slower rate than the volume?
13 Genetics-100ANSWER: Individuals that have the same two alleles for a particular gene are said to be this.QUESTION: What is homozygous?
14 Genetics-200ANSWER: True/False: An autosomal trait will occur with equal frequency in both males and females.QUESTION: What is True?
15 Genetics-300ANSWER: The child represented in this box would be homozygous dominant.QUESTION: What is Box #1?
16 Genetics-400ANSWER: These are the allele combinations that would be found in the gametes of an indivisual with the genotype : AaBbQUESTION:What are AB, Ab, aB, ab?
17 Genetics-500ANSWER: This is the expected genotypic ratio of a homozygous dominant x heterozygous monhohybrid cross.QUESTION: What is 1:1?
18 Genes and DNA -100 ANSWER: Joined strands of duplicated DNA. QUESTION: What are chromatids?
19 Genes and DNA -200ANSWER: In order to fit into a cell, DNA becomes more compact by doing this.QUESTION: What is wrapping around proteins?
20 Genes and DNA -300ANSWER: The separation of homologous chromosomes occurs during this process.QUESTION: What is Meiosis I?
21 Genes and DNA -400ANSWER: Because of this process, people with Down syndrome have 47 chromosomes?QUESTION: What is nondisjunction?
22 Genes and DNA -500 ANSWER: The law of segregation. QUESTION: What is that alleles of a gene separate from each other during meiosis?
23 Mystery -100ANSWER: A microscope with a 10X ocular lens and a 40X objective has this total magnification.QUESTION:What is 400X?
24 Mystery -200 ANSWER: This type of immune cell produces antibodies. QUESTION: What is a plasma cell (B lymphocyte)?
25 Mystery -300ANSWER: If a characteristic is sex-linked its allele is located on this chromosome in humans.QUESTION: What is the X-chromosome?
26 Mystery -400ANSWER: Fermentation allows glycolysis to occur under these conditions.QUESTION: What are anaerobic conditions (conditions without oxygen)?
27 Mystery -500ANSWER: Using radioactive tracers to determine the interactions of bacteriophages with their host bacteria, Hershey and Chase proved this.QUESTION: What is that DNA stores genetic information in cells?
28 FINAL JEOPARDY Topic: Enzymes Read Topic and wager any or all of the points you have earned.If you answer incorrectly, you will lose the points!Reveal answer, sing Final Jeopardy tune, and write down your answer.Reveal question and see who answered correctly.Add or subtract points to see who is the winner!Topic: EnzymesANSWER: These are the two enzymes that are active at the replication fork of DNA.QUESTION: What are DNA helicase and DNA polymerase?