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Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Making Babies. Have a heart. Feed me. It takes Brains. You got Class!. All Things

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Jeopardy

Choose a category.

You will be given the answer.

You must give the correct question.

Click to begin.


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Choose a point value.

Choose a point value.

Click here for Final Jeopardy


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Making

Babies

Have a

heart

Feed

me

It takes

Brains

You got

Class!

All Things

Vertebrate

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Amniotic eggs are found among all of these.


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What are birds and reptiles?


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The hard shelled eggs develop outside of the body.


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What is oviparous?


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The eggs develop inside the mother, fed by a yolk.


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What is ovoviviparous?


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It’s the time the embryo spends in the uterus.


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What is the period of gestation?


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Mammals that lay eggs.


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What is a monotreme?


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Reptiles have this type of circulation.


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What is a double loop?


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Most reptiles have this type of heart.


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What is a 3 chambered heart?

Or

What is a partial partition of the ventricle?


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In fish, its where the blood goes when it leaves the ventricle.


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What is the body?


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Mammals have the most.


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What has 4 chambers to the heart?


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Single-loop circulatory systems have these.


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What is a 2 chambered heart?


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Lampreys and hagfish.


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What are the jawless fish?


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It revolutionized vertebrate evolution.


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What are jaws?


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Birds store their food there.


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What is the crop?


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It is where food goes when it leaves the stomach.


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What is the small intestine?


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This organ stores wastes, sperm and is a passage for the eggs.


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What is the cloacae?


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Fish use it to interpret their sense of smell.


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What is the olfactory lobe?


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It is best developed in birds and mammals.


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What is the cerebrum?


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Cephalization.


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What is the concentration of sense organs and nerve cells in the front of the body?


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It controls the functioning of internal organs.


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What is the medulla oblongata?


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It coordinates movement and controls balance.


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What is the cerebellum?


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Bony fish belong to it.


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What is osteichthyes?


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It would feed its young with milk.


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What is mammalia?


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It has a water-proof skin with strong teeth and claws.


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What is reptilia?


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It means “to fly” and these animals do this well.


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What is Aves?


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They lack teeth and claws.


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What is amphibia?


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Because of these, birds can perform gas exchange while inhaling and exhaling.


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What are air sacs?


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In snakes, its called the Jacobson’s organ.


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What is the pit like sense organ that picks up airborne chemicals?


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Fish use their lateral lines.


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How do fish detect motion in the water?


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They can bite and poison them; squeeze them or swallow them alive.


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How do snakes capture their prey?


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Its why the platypus is considered to be a mammal.


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What is feeding its young with milk?


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Final Jeopardy

Make your wager


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The monotreme and the marsupial don’t have this.


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What is the placenta?


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