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Welcome. to. Jeopardy!. Final Jeopardy. Round 1. Round 2. Basic Biology. Energy. Mitosis. Meiosis. Punnett Square. DNA & RNA. Round 2. Final Jeopardy. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. Scores. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300.

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Welcome

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Jeopardy!

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FinalJeopardy

Round 1

Round 2

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Basic Biology

Energy

Mitosis

Meiosis

Punnett Square

DNA & RNA

Round 2

Final Jeopardy

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This characteristic of living things explains why birds fly south for the winter.

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What is living things respond to their environment?

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This is the axis of a graph where an independent variable is found.

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What is the x-axis?

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Enzymes affect the reactions in living cells by changing this.

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What is the speed or rate of reaction?

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This organic compound is the main source of energy for living things.

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What is a carbohydrate?

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This happens when the concentration of molecules is the same on both sides of the cell membrane.

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What is the molecules move across the membrane in both directions at the same rate?

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This is released from ATP when a phosphate group is removed.

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What is energy?

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This is where cellular respiration occurs.

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What is the mitochondria?

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Cellular respiration uses one molecule of glucose to produce these.

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What are 36 ATP molecules?

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This gas is produced in photosynthesis.

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What is oxygen?

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This is the correct equation for cellular respiration.

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What is

6O2 + C6H12O6 

6CO2 + 6H2O + Energy?

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Compared to small cells, larger cells have trouble with this.

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What is moving needed materials in and waste products out?

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In normal cell division, parent cells with four chromosomes produce two daughter cells this many chromosomes.

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What are four chromosomes?

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This is what each cell receives in normal mitotic division.

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What is each daughter cell receives an identical copy of the parent cell’s DNA?

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This is a difference between cell division in plant cells and animal cells.

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What is a cell plate that forms during cytokinesis?

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This is when the phase when chromosomes separate.

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What is anaphase?

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The process of meiosis produces this type of cell.

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What are gametes?

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Each cell produced in meiosis has a _____# of chromosomes.

(the correct answer is not the actual number in humans)

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What is haploid?

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Unlike mitosis, meiosis results in the formation of this.

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What are four genetically different cells?

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This happens between meiosis I and meiosis II, which reduces the number of chromosomes.

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What is replication does not occur?

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This is a process that produces genetic variation and occurs during metaphase I.

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What is crossing-over?

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These are the chemical factors that determine traits.

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What are genes?

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This is the phenotypic ratio of a cross between a homozygous dominant plant and a heterozygous plant.

(T = Tall; t = short)

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What is all of the offspring will be tall?

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A red cow crossed with a white bull produces a roan (red & white) offspring is an example of this type of inheritance.

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What is codominance?

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The recessive allele will be masked if this is present.

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What is the dominant allele?

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Dihybrid Punnett squares show this principle of inheritance.

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What is alleles assort independently?

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These are the three parts of a nucleotide of DNA.

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What are deoxyribose + phosphate + a nitrogenous base?

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In DNA replication, a DNA strand with the bases CTAGGT produces a strand with these bases.

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What are GATCCA?

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This is a description of the structure of DNA.

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What is a double helix?

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Unlike DNA, RNA contains this.

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What is uracil?

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What is ribose?

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All organisms use DNA and RNA to do this.

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What is they use DNA and RNA to pass on information?

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Humans

Change

Food

Inter-actions

Eco-systems

Proteins

Round 1

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Final Jeopardy

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These are the types of RNA involved in protein synthesis.

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What are messenger RNA, ribosomal RNA, and transfer RNA?

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Genes contain instructions for assembling these.

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What are proteins?

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These are three functions of proteins.

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What are fight disease, control rate of reactions, and build tissues?

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This is produced during transcription.

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What are RNA molecules?

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This happens to the gene for a specific kind of protein that is not continually used by a cell.

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What is turned on and off at different times?

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This number of chromosomes are shown in a normal human karyotype.

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What is 46?

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This is the haploid chromosomal number in humans.

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What is 23?

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This determines a male phenotype.

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What is the Y chromosome?

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A human female inherits this.

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What is 44 autosomes and XX?

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A human inherits these chromosomes from his/her mother.

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What are 22 autosomes and 1 X chromosome?

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A process of change in species over time defines this.

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What is evolution by natural selection?

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A change in a sequence of DNA is called this.

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What is a mutation?

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This is the person who is credited for the discovery of evolution.

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Who is Charles Darwin?

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These are the two main sources of genetic variation.

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What are crossing-over and mutations?

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This is the theory that says that members of a population who live long enough to reproduce are the ones that are best adapted to survive in their environment.

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What is natural selection?

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The algae at the beginning of the food chain are this.

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What are producers?

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An organism that uses energy to produce its own food supply from inorganic compounds is called this.

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What is an autotroph?

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Organisms that obtain nutrients by breaking down dead and decaying plants and animals are called this.

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What are decomposers?

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These are organisms that cannot harness energy directly, and therefore must rely on other organisms for their energy and food supply.

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What are heterotrophs?

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This series of energy transfer steps shows how the energy stored by producers can be passed through an ecosystem in one direction.

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What is a food chain?

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An interaction in which one organism captures and feeds on another organism is called this.

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What is predation?

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The symbiotic relationship between a flower and the insect that feeds on its nectar is an example of this.

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What is mutualism?

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This is the type of interaction where only one organism benefits and the other is harmed.

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What is parasitism?

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All organisms must do this in order to obtain needed resources.

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What is compete?

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These are the 3 types of symbiotic relationships.

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What are mutualism, commensalism, and parasitism.

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Populations are made up of this.

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What is one species?

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A species is made up of this.

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What are organisms that can breed together to produce fertile offspring?

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Communities are made up of these.

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What are populations?

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Ecosystems are made up of these.

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All biotic and abiotic factors in a community.

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This is an organism’s job or role in the ecosystem.

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What is a niche?

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Final

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Interactions

Final Jeopary Question

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