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Welcome to Mrs. Vera’s biology review.
Jeopardy Topic 1Topic 2Topic 3Topic 4Topic 5Topic Final Jeopardy
$100 Question Topic 1 Requires a carrier protein, no energy input, and involves a change in the shape of its carrier - these are all characteristics of ____ ______
$100 Answer Topic 1 Facilitated diffusion
$200 Question Topic 1 Which does not expend (use) energy? Active transport, sodium-potassium pump, diffusion, or endocystosis?
$200 Answer Topic 1 diffusion
$300 Question Topic 1 Name something that enters a cell by active transport
$300 Answer Topic 1 Potassium ion
$400 Question Topic 1 What takes place from an area of high concentration to an area of low concentration?
$400 Answer Topic 1 diffusion
$500 Question Topic 1 How do sugar molecules enter the cells?
$500 Answer Topic 1 Facilitated diffusion
$100 Question Topic 2 What is the process called by which water passes in and out of a cell?
$100 Answer Topic 2 osmosis
$200 Question Topic 2 What happens to turgor pressure when you place a plant into a hyptonic environment?
$200 Answer Topic 2 It increases
$300 Question Topic 2 When you rid the cell of material by discharging it from sacs, it is called ___.
$300 Answer Topic 2 exocytosis
$400 Question Topic 2 What part of the cell maintains the cell’s homeostasis?
$400 Answer Topic 2 Cell membrane
$500 Question Topic 2 How do molecules that are too large to move through the cell membrane transport into the cell?
$500 Answer Topic 2 endocytosis
$100 Question Topic 3 Molecules that are too large to be moved across a cell membrane can be removed from the cell by ___.
$100 Answer Topic 3 exocytosis
$200 Question Topic 3 What kind of solution is fresh water?
$200 Answer Topic 3 hyptonic
$300 Question Topic 3 Active transport systems require an input of ___
$300 Answer Topic 3 ATP energy
$400 Question Topic 3 What is the end result of diffusion?
$400 Answer Topic 3 equilibrium
$500 Question Topic 3 What is it called when animal cells engulf, digest, and destroy invading bacteria?
$500 Answer Topic 3 phagocytosis
$100 Question Topic 4 When a plant has low turgor pressure, what happens to the plant?
$100 Answer Topic 4 It wilts
$200 Question Topic 4 What are the 3 types of passive transport?
$200 Answer Topic 4 Diffusion, osmosis, and facilitated diffusion
$300 Question Topic 4 When an amoeba engulfs its prey and takes it in it is called
$300 Answer Topic 4 phagocytosis
$400 Question Topic 4 What part of a cell is formed from the cell membrane and is used to transfer molecules into and out of the cell?
$400 Answer Topic 4 vescicle
$500 Question Topic 4 This builds up in plant cells and causes the cell membrane to push against the cell wall.
$500 Answer Topic 4 Turgor pressure
$100 Question Topic 5 A solution whose solute concentration equals that inside the cell
$100 Answer Topic 5 isotonic
$200 Question Topic 5 Protein that transports specific substances across a biological membrane
$200 Answer Topic 5 isotonic
$300 Question Topic 5 A solution whose solute concentration is lower than that inside a cell
$300 Answer Topic 5 hyptonic
$400 Question Topic 5 Membrane protein that provides a passageway across the cell membrane
$400 Answer Topic 5 Ion channel
$500 Question Topic 5 Organelle that expels water
$500 Answer Topic 5 Contractile vacuoule
$100 Question Topic 6 Movement of substances across a cell membrane without the use of cell energy
$100 Answer Topic 6 Passive transport
$200 Question Topic 6 The difference in concentration of a substance across space
$200 Answer Topic 6 Concentration gradient
$300 Question Topic 6 A solution whose solute concentration is higher than that inside the cell
$300 Answer Topic 6 hypertonic
$400 Question Topic 6 The shrinking or wilting of a walled cell in a hypertonic environment
$400 Answer Topic 6 plasmolysis
$500 Question Topic 6 A process in which substances move down their concentration gradient across the cell membrane with the assistance of carrier proteins
$500 Answer Topic 6 Facilitated diffusion
Final Jeopardy Topic
Final Jeopardy Question
Final Jeopardy Answer
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