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Mitotic Jeopardy !. Final Jeopardy. Mitotic Jeopardy !. True or False : The 3 types of Cellular Transport are… Transfusion, Ozymandias , and Shmactive Smansport . False ! The 3 types are… Active Transport Diffusion Osmosis. Back to Menu.

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Final Jeopardy

Mitotic Jeopardy!

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Trueor False: The 3 types of Cellular Transport are… Transfusion, Ozymandias, and ShmactiveSmansport.

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False! The 3 types are…

Active Transport

Diffusion

Osmosis

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Process by which molecules move from an area of high concentration to area of lower concentration. Osmosis is the diffusion of water.

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You use energy to ride a bike uphill. Active transport requires energy.

Going down hill requires no energy, like Passive Transport.

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In order to transport materials into and out of the cell efficiently.

To have many cells doing the same job.

So we are not as voluminous or massive.

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Final Jeopardy

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The Cell Cycle.

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Interphase

Mitosis

Cytokinesis

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Interphase, which lasts around 20 hours, compared to 1 hour for both Mitosis & Cytokinesis.

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What is the significant event that occurs during Cytokinesis? What about in a plant cell?

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Interphase

Structures are fully formed

The nucleus grows as it Replicates DNA

Cell doubles in size

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Final Jeopardy

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DAILY DOUBLE!

In order, what are the 4 phases of Mitosis?

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Prophase

Metaphase

Anaphase

Telophase

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What is the structure that connects the two cells? What is the genetic material that attaches to this structure?

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Spindle Fibers bridge the two cells and Chromosomes (chromatid) are attached to it.

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Prophase: cell doubles in size

Metaphase: chromosomes align in center

Anaphase: chromosomes split as spindles retract

Telophase: nuclear membrane forms

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Final Jeopardy

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A damaging change to DNA causes a …

A) Tumor

B) Mutation

C) Freckle

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A damaging change to DNA causes a …

A) Tumor

B) Mutation

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C) Freckle

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Like weeds, Cancer cells take nutrients away from normal cells. This lack of nutrition starves, and kills, your healthy cells.

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Final Jeopardy

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Sunlight

Water

Carbon Dioxide (CO2)

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How does a plant acquire each of its ‘ingredients?’ What are the results (byproducts) of Photosynthesis?

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Rootscollect water, Chlorophyllthe sunlight, and the Stomatatakes in CO2. The results are energy (glucose) and oxygen.

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Photosynthesis uses CO2 and water to make glucose and oxygen.

Respiration uses oxygen and glucose to make CO2 and water.

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After playing hard in a game of your favorite sport (which went to overtime and you won!), your legs are feeling sore. Why?

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You have built up Lactic Acid from Fermentation, a form of respiration that does not use oxygen.

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SynthSperation A5

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This picture shows several purple cells in a particular stage of the Cell Cycle. Which stage is it and how do you know?

60

30

10

GO!

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Interphase: 1) Fully formed nucleus, which 2) contains replicated genetic material. 3) About 2x larger.

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