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Life Science Jeopardy. An organism that is made up of only one cell. An organism that can make its own food. Mistaken theory that living organisms can arise from non-living things. The 4 needs of all living things. 6 characteristics of all living things. The 2 bacteria kingdoms.

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Life Science Jeopardy

An organism that is made up of only one cell

An organism that can make its own food

Mistaken theory that living organisms can arise from non-living things

The 4 needs of all living things

6 characteristics of all living things

The 2 bacteria kingdoms

A virus that immediately begins to multiply after attaching to a host cell.

2 methods of bacteria reproduction

The 2 basic parts of a virus

A virus that infects bacteria

The process by which plants make their own food

The two products

of photosynthesis

Vascular tissue that

carries food from

a plant’s leaves to

the rest of the plant

Plants that produce

cones and

“naked” seeds

3 non-vascular plants

Kingdom(s) that contain only unicellular prokaryotes

Kingdom(s) that contain only multicelluar eukaryotes

Kingdom(s) in which you could find a eukaryotic heterotroph

Kingdom(s) in which you could find a unicellular heterotroph

Kingdom(s) in which you could find a unicellular eukaryotic autotroph

The process of producing offspring that are similar to the parents

The basic unit of

structure and

function in all

living things

Any factor that can change in an experiment

An organism whose cells lack a nucleus

Gas that was not present in Earth’s atmosphere 3.6 billion years ago

What is unicellular

What is an autotroph

What is spontaneous generation

What are water, energy (food), living space (shelter), and stable internal conditions (homeostasis)

What are cellular organization, use energy, grow & develop, respond to surroundings, and reproduction. (also acceptable: made up of specific chemicals)

What are archaebacteria & eubacteria

What is an active virus

What are binary fission & conjugation

What are genetic material and outer protein coat

What is a bacteriophage

What is


What are glucose

(sugar) & oxygen

What is phloem

What is a


What are mosses, liverworts, and hornworts

What are archaebacteria and eubacteria

What are plants and animals

What are protists, fungi, and animals

What are archaebacteria, eubacteria, protists, and fungi

What is the protist kingdom

What is reproduction

What is a cell

What is a variable

What is a prokaryote

What is oxygen

Life Science Double Jeopardy

Common name of plant-like protists

Common name of animal-like protists

Euglena’s structure for movement

What sarcodines use to move and feed

3 characteristics of all animal-like protists

Unicellular fungus used by brewers and bakers

What most fungi use to reproduce

Tube-like structures that mushrooms use to obtain food

The combination of a fungus and an autotrophic algae or bacteria that live together in a mutualistic relationship

4 ways fungi are helpful to the living world

The green pigment that allows plants to carry out photosynthesis

What ferns use to reproduce

The male reproductive

structure in a flower

A plant that produces seed that are enclosed by a protective structure

The 3 basic parts of a seed

British naturalist who proposed the theory of evolution

The scientific study of how living things are classified

The two classification levels that make up an organism’s scientific name

The 8 levels of biological classification from broadest to most specific

The naming system for organisms in which each organism is given a two part name

What is algae

What is a


What is a


What are pseudopods

What is they are unicellular, heterotrophic, can move to find food (also acceptable: eukaryotic)

What is yeast

What are spores

What are hyphae

What is a lichen

What are environmental recycling (decomposing), food, medicine, and symbiotic relationships with other organisms (plants, algae, bacteria)

What is chlorophyll

What are spores

What is the stamen

What is an angiosperm

What are seed coat, cotyledon, & embryo

Who is

Charles Darwin

What is taxonomy

What are genus & species

What are domain, kingdom, phylum, class, order, family, genus, species

What is binomial nomenclature

What is euglena

What is amoeba

What is paramecium

What is volvox

What are diatoms

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