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JEOPARDY. Jeopardy. Eukaryotes Protists Macromolecules Enzymes. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. 500. 500. 500. 500. What is the defining characteristic of a eukaryotic cell?. Eukaryotes 100.

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Jeopardy

Eukaryotes Protists Macromolecules Enzymes

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Protist mitochondria.

Fungi

Plant

Animal


Eukaryotes 300

True or False mitochondria.. Some of the kingdoms have organisms with eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells.

Eukaryotes 300


False mitochondria.


Eukaryotes 400

What mitochondria.internal structure do eukaryotic cells have that helps the cells be different shapes?

Eukaryotes 400


Cytoskeleton mitochondria.


Eukaryotes 500

Explain how mitochondria.homeostasis and diffusion are almost opposites.

Eukaryotes 500


In diffusion, molecules move until they are evenly spread out, so that everything is the same.

In homeostasis, the cell maintains a difference between the external and internal environments, so that everything is different.


Protists 100

What are the out, so that everything is the same.3 ways that protists move?

Protists 100


Cilia out, so that everything is the same.

Flagella

Pseudopods


Protists 200

Give a definition of a protist that includes its type of cell, typical cell number.

Protists 200


Protists 200 answer

Type of Cell: Eukaryotic cell, typical cell number.

Usually unicellular (single-celled); some species live in colonies or long chains

Protists 200 Answer


Protists 300

How do cell, typical cell number.most protists reproduce?

Protists 300


Mitosis(Asexual Reproduction) cell, typical cell number.


Protists 400

How cell, typical cell number.big is a typical protist?

Protists 400


100 – 300 micrometers cell, typical cell number.

(0.1 to 0.3 millimeters)


Protists 500

Name cell, typical cell number.4 ways that protists are helpful and/or used in manufactured goods.

Protists 500


Many answers are possible here. cell, typical cell number.

Toothpaste

Ice cream

Sushi

Shampoo


Enzymes 100

What cell, typical cell number.suffix is at the end of the names of many enzymes?

Enzymes 100


Enzymes 100 answer

-ase cell, typical cell number.

Enzymes 100 Answer


Enzymes 200

What are cell, typical cell number.the building blocks of proteins?

Enzymes 200


Enzymes 200 answer

Amino acids cell, typical cell number.

Enzymes 200 Answer


Enzymes 300

Name two enzymes cell, typical cell number..

Enzymes 300


Many answers are possible here. cell, typical cell number.


Enzymes 400

Besides being enzymes, two other roles for proteins are cell, typical cell number.________________ and _____________ .

Enzymes 400


Possible answers are: cell, typical cell number.

Structural

Movement/Muscular

Receptors

Markers

Channels


Enzymes 500

Enzymes lower ______ cell, typical cell number.so that the reaction can occur?

Enzymes 500


Energy of Activation cell, typical cell number.


Macromolecules 100

What are the cell, typical cell number.4 types of macromolecules?

Macromolecules 100


Carbohydrates cell, typical cell number.

Lipids

Proteins

Nucleic Acids


Macromolecules 200

What cell, typical cell number.molecule is most commonly used to start cellular respiration?

Macromolecules 200


GLUCOSE cell, typical cell number.


Macromolecules 300

List cell, typical cell number.3 common molecules in cells that are not macromolecules. These molecules are made of 2 or 3 atoms.

Macromolecules 300


H cell, typical cell number.20

O2

CO2


Macromolecules 400

What are two functions of lipids/fats? cell, typical cell number.

Macromolecules 400


Energy Storage cell, typical cell number.

Cell Membrane Structure


Daily double
DAILY cell, typical cell number.DOUBLE


Daily double1

In glycolysis, cell, typical cell number.glucose is broken down into 2 molecules of?

Daily Double



Final jeopardy
FINAL JEOPARDY 3-carbon molecule.


Final jeopardy1

What is the difference between cellular respiration and photosynthesis. The word glucose should be in your answer.

FINAL JEOPARDY


Photosynthesis occurs in the chloroplasts when CO2 and energy from the sun is used to build glucose.

Respiration occurs in the mitochondria, when glucose is broken down to release energy for the cell.


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