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Biology Jeopardy 100 200 100 200 300 400 500 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 Evolution Homeostasis Energy, matter and organization ContinuityEcology FINAL
Evolution 100 What are the 5 kingdoms? Animal, plant, fungus, protista, prokaryote
Evolution 200 Explain how natural selection works The organisms with beneficial traits will live to reproduce and pass on their traits
Evolution 300 What 2 organisms are most closely related to humans? Organism # of different amino acids compared to humans Chimp0 Chicken18 Dog13 Rattlesnake20 Rhesus Monkey1 Yeast56
Evolution 400 What is the name for these types of structures? Vestigial
Evolution 500 What does the teal and yellow represent on these brains? Cerebrum Cerebellum
Homeostasis 100 What does homeostasis mean? Same state: balance of the body
Homeostasis 200 What system and what organ regulates gas exchange? Respiratory Lungs
Homeostasis 300 What type of solution would cause the egg to shrivel up over time? Hypertonic
Homeostasis 400 What is diffusion? Particles moving from higher concentration to lower concentration
Homeostasis 500 What is A, B, C and D? A C B D Right Atrium, Right Ventricle, Left Ventricle, Aorta
E.M & O 100 What bond contains all the energy of ATP? AdenosinePPP
E.M & O 200 What type of food do amino acids come from? Protein
E.M & O 300 What process results in oxygen production? Photosynthesis
E.M & O 400 Name 3 vital signs that are checked in a triage situation. Heart rate, blood pressure, breathing rate, and temperature
E.M & O 500 Place all the pieces in the correct location to resemble photosynthesis. Chemical Energy CO 2 plant cells H2OH2O O2O2 Sugar
Continuity 100 What are the 2 different types of reproduction? Sexual and Asexual
Continuity 200 A heterozygous brown-eyed man marries a blue-eyed woman, what are the chances of having blue-eyed babies? 50% Bb bBbbb bBbbb
DAILY DOUBLE - Continuity What is the difference between meiosis and mitosis? Meiosis produces gametes (23) Mitosis produces all other cells (46)
Continuity 400 What is the 2-fold role of the ribosome? Read the mRNA and help the tRNA attach amino acids.
Continuity 500 Decode mRNA into protein Gd Lck GGG GAU UAA CUA UGC AAG
Ecology 100 Give an example of a decomposer. Mushroom, bacteria, worm
Ecology 200 Name the 3 ecological cycles we covered in class. Water, Carbon and Nitrogen
Ecology 300 Where does all the mass of a large tree come from? Carbon dioxide during photosynthesis
Ecology 400 What is carrying capacity? The amount an ecosystem can hold and remain healthy
Ecology 500 Name the 8 Biomes Tundra, Desert, Rain forest, Temperate deciduous forest, Marine, Fresh water, Grasslands & Taiga
Name 5 things all life has in common. Reproduce, need energy, grow/develop, produce waste, evolve and maintain some homeostasis. FINAL JEOPARDY!
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Bio. Chapter 1: Science of Life Biology => the study of all living things Organism => Living thing 40 million species estimated to exist 2 million identified/named.
What is biology? Biology is the study of living things (organisms). An organism is any living thing. All living things share certain characteristics.
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The Study of Life. All Living Things Share Common Characteristics 1. Basic Unit is the Cell 2. They Reproduce 3. Grow & Develop 4. Respond To Their Environment.
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