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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


Proteins, lipids, and carbohydrates Bonus: nucleic acids


Carbohydrates break down into


monosaccharides


Proteins break down into


Amino acids


Lipids break down into


Glycerol and fatty acids


The process by which macromolecules are broken down is called


hydrolysis


The passage (cavity) shared between the mouth and nose


Pharynx


The flap of tissue that closes off the trachea to block the passage of food


epiglottis


The name of the folds in the small intestine (two levels)


Villi and microvilli


Rings of smooth muscle that regulate flow of food, chyme and feces. Name two!


Sphincter (cardiac, pyloric, ilio-caecal, and anus)


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 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

Bonus: amylose


The enzyme found in the stomach first responsible for protein digestion


Pepsin


Name 3 enzymes released from the pancreas


Pancreatic amylase, trypsin and lipase (other answers will be considered)


Responsible for breaking down the disaccharide maltose


Maltase


Name three factors that effect enzyme activity


pH, temperature, and substrate concentration


The rhythmic, wavelike movements that facilitate the transport of digesting food


Parastalsis


The name for the liquefied materials leaving the stomach

Bonus 10 pts: What sphincter does it pass through?


Chyme

Bonus: pyloric


A substance that is responsible for speeding up chemical reactions (an enzyme is an example)


Catalyst


Another name for the tube that makes up our digestive tract is


Alimentary canal


The term used to describe the physical property of repelling water


hydrophobic


Name 3 secretions released in the stomach


Pepsin(ogen), HCl (released as H+ and Cl- ions), and mucus


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


Sodium bicarbonate (NaHCO3)


Name the three glands responsible for secreting saliva


Parotid, sublingual and submandibular


The secretion from the liver responsible for emulsifying lipids


Bile


What type of gland is the pancreas (in relation to the digestive system)?


Exocrine


The reason that the small intestine has so many folds


To increase surface area (better absorption)


A unique feature of the stomach that allows it to aid in mechanical digestion


Multiple layers of crisscrossing muscle tissue


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

(Bonus: digesting cellulose)


A function of the large intestine that accounts for its size


Reabsorption of water


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


mastication


Final Jeopardy

Make your wager


The process depicted above is called


Dehydration Synthesis


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