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2 Science Jeopardy Slide 25 Slide Ecology Scientific Investigation Systems & Organisms Molecular & Cellular Pot luck

3 Himalayan rabbits are white with black fur on their ears and the tips of their feet. If an icepack is placed on a rabbits back, the fur will grow in black. In this case, the hair color is determined by- A) A)length of fur B) B)competition C) C)environmental conditions D) D)predation pressure C

4 B Which of the following statements describes the process of natural selection? A) A)Farmers select animals with desirable variations for breeding. B) B)Populations sharing the same gene pool interbreed and create new species. C) C)Individuals survive that have inherited traits adapted to their environment. D) D)New species are formed via genetic engineering.

5 Daily Double

6 D The island of Aldabra lies 400 kilometers off the coast of Africa and is home to the Aldabra Rail, a long-legged wetland bird. The Aldabra Rail is flightless and much different from the rails living on the mainland. This bird became a distinctly different species through- A) A)reproductive isolation B) B)adaptive radiation C) C)convergence D) D)geographic isolation

7 B What is the main cause of fish kills in rivers polluted by fertilizers? A) A)Decreased mineral sources B) B)Decreased oxygen levels C) C)Increased water temperatures D) D)Increased water levels

8 D If a student needs to do research on heredity for a science project, which of these source is the most reliable resource? A) A)A weekly news magazine B) B)A newspaper tabloid C) C)A national newspaper D) D)A professional journal

9 C Hypothesis: More pine seeds germinate after a forest fire. The most valid and reliable test of this hypothesis would include an experimental group of pine seeds that was recovered from a fire area and pine seeds that were- A) A)germinated after a fire B) B)tolerant of fire C) C)found before a fire D) D)placed in a fire

10 A Which of these hypotheses is best supported by the observations of this animal. A) A)This animal spends much of its time digging. B) B)This animal usually hunts for food at night. C) C)This animal is herbivorous. D) This animal has poor hearing.

11 C A student wants to view cells under the compound microscope at a total magnification of 400X. If the eyepiece is 10X, which of the following objective lenses should we use? A) A)4X B) B)10X C) C)40X D) 100X

12 Daily Double

13 C Bacteria are tremendously successful unicellular organisms, yet all large organisms are multicellular. Unicellular organisms cannot grow very large because the – A) A)energy expenditures would be too great B) B)locomotion of the organisms would be too slow C) C)diffusion of nutrients into the cells interior would be too slow D) respiratory rate would be too high

14 B In cows, long hair is dominant to short hair. In a cow that is heterozygous for long hair, what percentage of the cells undergoing meiosis will carry the dominant allele? A) A)25% B) 50% C) 75% D) 100%

15 D Human red blood cells that lack sufficient hemoglobin would have a low amount of what substance? A) A) Hydrogen B) Nitrogen C) C) Calcium D) Oxygen

16 C Which characteristic do viruses possess in common with living cells? A) A)They contain a nucleus and organelles. B) B)They make their own food. C) C)They contain nucleic acids such as DNA and RNA. D) D)They are inactive outside the body of living cells.

17 D This organism is most closely related to animals in the Phylum Arthropoda, the phylum that contains beetles, because it has- A) A) legs B) antennae C) an elongated body D) jointed appendages

18 A Which of these processes is carried out in the same way in both plants and animals? A) A)Cellular respiration B) Asexual reproduction C) Circulation of body fluids D) Excretion of metabolic waste

19 C What is the purpose of the flagellum? A) A)Circulation B) Catching Prey C) Movement D) Attachment

20 C Which characteristic supports the hypothesis that this bird spends a great deal of time in the trees and shrubs? A) A)The thickness of its bill B) B)The crest of feathers on its head C) C)The shape of its feet D) D)The color of its wings

21 D Which of these does not depend on muscle contraction? A) A)Eye movement B) B)Arm movement C) C)Reflexes D) D)Pain perception

22 B Cells are the functional units that make up tissues. Tissues then become the functional units that make up- A) A)enzymes B) B)organs C) C)other cells D) D)DNA

23 C In rabbits, short fur (F) is dominant to long fur (f). According to the Punnett square, what is the chance of the two heterozygous short-haired rabbits having offspring with short fur? A) A)One in four B) B)Two in four C) C)Three in four D) D)Four in four

24 A The concentration of glucose must be maintained within a fairly narrow range in the most vertebrates. This statement is an example of- A) A)homeostasis B) B)excretion C) C)glycolysis D) D)fermentation

25 Which of these functions most like the brain of the cell? A) A)The nucleus B) B)The Golgi apparatus C) C)The mitochondrion D) D)The smooth endoplasmic reticulum A

26 Double Jeopardy Cellular Level ScientificInvestigation Organisms Ecology Ecology Pot Luck

27 B What is the correct sequence for plant cell mitosis? A) A)A,B,D,C B) B)C,B,A,D C) C)B,A,D,C D) D)D,C,B,A

28 Daily Double

29 B The reduction of the chromosome number during meiosis is most important for- A) A)preventing the nucleus from becoming larger with each cell division B) B)maintaining the chromosome number during sexual reproduction C) C)keeping the amount of DNA in the cell at a minimal level D) D)allowing the growth of the cell without increasing the DNA content

30 A A chart of human chromosomes pairs is called a karyotype. What information is revealed in the karyotype below? A) A)The sex B) B)The age C) C)Trisomy D) D)Gene dominance

31 B A biology class wanted to develop a research project to predict the effects of a new highway on wildflower species found in the Piedmont region of Virginia. The class could best conduct such a study by sampling flowers found in the highway construction area- A) A)one year before highway construction begins B) B)both before and after highway construction is completed C) C)immediately after highway construction is finished D) D)during the time highway construction is taking place

32 A The picture shows a coverslip correctly being lowered onto a slide. This method is used because it- A) A)reduces the possibility of air bubbles on the slide A) A)prevents the escape of micro- organisms found in the water C) allows microorganisms to move freely in the water D) prevents the coverslip from moving

33 B The hypothesis best supported by this graph is that these beetles are most active when the area is- A) A)free from predators B) B)coolest with some sunlight C) wettest from dew D) richest in the oxygen supplies

34 C According to this chart, the insects that are the most closely related are the- A) A)springtails and bristletails B) B)dragonflies and proturans C) C)springtails and proturans D) D)bristletails and mayflies

35 Daily Double

36 D A symbiotic relationship in which one organism benefits while one organism is harmed is known as- A) A)antagonism B) B)commensalism C) C)mutualism D) D)parasitism

37 D Tall land plants have requirements different from those of aquatic plants. Which of these must the tall land plants have that aquatic plants do not need? A) A)Photosynthetic abilities B) B)Organelles for respiration C) C)A means of reproduction D) D)Thick-celled walls

38 B The nonpoisonous eastern scarlet snake has colored bands that closely resemble the poisonous coral snake. This selective adaptation provides the eastern scarlet snake with- A) A)increased breeding opportunities B) B)a method of avoiding predation C) C)the ability to attract prey D) D)increased feeding opportunities

39 B According to this simplified water cycle, the process of transpiration is the process that- A) A)causes photosynthesis in plants B) releases water vapor from plants C) speeds the evaporation of water D) increases the rate of the water cycle

40 D The body of which of these organisms has the least specialized organization? A) A)Jellyfish B) B)Sea urchin C) C)Starfish D) D)Sponge

41 B What is the major function of the values found in human veins? A) A)Preventing movement of blood clots B) B)Reducing the back flow of blood C) C)Adding oxygen to blood plasma D) D)Slowing the red blood cells

42 D According to the graph, the highest metabolic rate is found in- A) A)amphibians B) B)reptiles C) C)birds D) D)mammals

43 D In the human body, the circulatory system transports and delivers substances. Within the cell, which organelle performs a similar function? A) A)Nucleus B) B)Golgi apparatus C) C)Mitochondrion D) D)Endoplasmic reticulum

44 D Which level of this food pyramid represents the largest biomass? A) A)Bass B) B)Minnows C) C)Copepods D) D)Algae

45 C Scientists found the fossilized remains of a canines jaw and leg. What information must first be obtained before the scientists can place the fossils in the ancestral timeline of the dog? A) A)The rest of the skeleton B) B)The continent where the fossils were found C) C)The age of the fossils D) D)The population trends for the species

46 D A flower with this shape would use what type of pollinator? A) A)Wind B) B)Mammal C) C)Rain D) D)Hummingbird

47 A Which of the following is an example of a genetically engineered organism? A) A)A plant that received external DNA to produce natural insecticides B) B)A new plant variety created by cross-pollination C) C)Seedless fruits resulting from grafting of one plant onto another D) D)A plant that naturally possesses medical properties


49 According to the graph, addition of the enzyme amylase causes the reaction to- A) A)slow down B) B)speed up C) C)give off heat D) D)take in heat B

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