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Food to Poo 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. Macro- molecules. Anatomy. Enzymes . Vocabulary. Secretions. Form and function.

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Food to Poo 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


Macro-

molecules

Anatomy

Enzymes

Vocabulary

Secretions

Form and

function

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Name the 3 major macromolecules

Bonus 10pts: name the fourth










hydrolysis called



Pharynx called



epiglottis passage of food



Villi and microvilli passage of food




The largest organ in the body that is responsible for changing glucose to glycogen and visa versa. Also responsible for releasing bile salts. What do bile salts do? Bonus (20pts)


Liver changing glucose to glycogen and visa versa. Also responsible for releasing bile salts. What do bile salts do? Bonus (20pts)Bonus: emulsify fats


The enzyme found in the mouth that is responsible for starch digestion.

Bonus 10pts: What is another word for starch


Salivary amylase digestion.

Bonus: amylose



Pepsin protein digestion





Maltase be considered)





Parastalsis transport of digesting food


The name for the liquefied materials leaving the stomach transport of digesting food

Bonus 10 pts: What sphincter does it pass through?


Chyme transport of digesting food

Bonus: pyloric



Catalyst reactions (an enzyme is an example)








The name of the secretion from the pancreas that neutralizes stomach acid as chyme enters the small intestine


Sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO neutralizes stomach acid as chyme enters the small intestine3)


Name the three glands responsible for secreting saliva neutralizes stomach acid as chyme enters the small intestine


Parotid, sublingual and submandibular neutralizes stomach acid as chyme enters the small intestine



Bile lipids



Exocrine digestive system)?






The name of the vestigial organ located on the caecum of the large intestine

Bonus 20pts: what purpose does it serve in other organisms


Appendix large intestine

(Bonus: digesting cellulose)




The teeth are designed to increase the surface area of our food. The term used to describe this process is


mastication food. The term used to describe this process is


Final Jeopardy food. The term used to describe this process is

Make your wager


The process depicted above is called food. The term used to describe this process is


Dehydration Synthesis food. The term used to describe this process is


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