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Welcome! The Topic For Today Is…. Learning Experiences 1-5. Learning Experience 1: 200 (10 yards). Question: How many characteristics of life must a “thing” possess in order to be considered “alive”? Answer All of them. Back. Learning Experience 1: 400 (20 yards). Question:

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welcome the topic for today is
Welcome!

The Topic For Today Is…

learning experience 1 200 10 yards
Learning Experience 1: 200 (10 yards)
  • Question:
  • How many characteristics of life must a “thing” possess in order to be considered “alive”?
  • Answer
  • All of them

Back

learning experience 1 400 20 yards
Learning Experience 1: 400 (20 yards)
  • Question:
  • Ultimately, what will happen to an organism if it cannot respond to its environment?
  • Answer
  • The organism will die

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learning experience 1 600 30 yards
Learning Experience 1: 600 (30 yards)
  • Question:
  • Identify the 6 elements that all organisms are primarily made up of
  • Answer
  • Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, Phosphorous (CHONP)

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learning experience 1 800 40 yards
Learning Experience 1: 800 (40 yards)
  • Question:
  • How many cells must an organism have to be considered alive?
  • Answer
  • At least 1

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learning experience 1 1000 50 yards
Learning Experience 1: 1000 (50 yards)
  • Question:
  • Identify the 7 (or 8) characteristics of life
  • Answer
  • Growth
  • Cells
  • Reproduction
  • Metabolism
  • Evolution
  • Reaction
  • Biomolecules

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learning experience 2 200 10 yards
Learning Experience 2: 200 (10 yards)
  • Question:
  • What organism that is found in fresh water did we use in Learning Experience 2!
  • Answer
  • Euglena

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learning experience 2 400 20 yards
Learning Experience 2: 400 (20 yards)
  • Question:
  • What structure did the organism from LE 2 use to move around (locomote)
  • Answer
  • flagella

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learning experience 2 600 30 yards
Learning Experience 2: 600 (30 yards)
  • Question:
  • Which characteristic of life did we explore in LE2?
  • Answer
  • Reaction (response to environment)

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learning experience 2 800 40 yards
Learning Experience 2: 800 (40 yards)
  • Question:
  • Identify the 3 factors that all organisms in an environment must respond to.
  • Answer
  • Physical
  • Biological
  • behavioral

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learning experience 2 1000 50 yards
Learning Experience 2: 1000 (50 yards)
  • Question:
  • The euglena is which one of the following:
      • Multicellular
      • An animal
      • A protist
      • Totally dependent on photosynthesis
  • Answer
  • A protist

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learning experience 3 200 10 yards
Learning Experience 3: 200 (10 yards)
  • Question:
  • This is released by the sun and used by plants
  • Answer
  • Light energy

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learning experience 3 400 20 yards
Learning Experience 3: 400 (20 yards)
  • Question:
  • Identify the tiny holes on the surface of a leaf
  • Answer
  • stomata

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learning experience 3 600 30 yards
Learning Experience 3: 600 (30 yards)
  • Question:
  • Name the organelle of a plant cell that absorbs light energy.
  • Answer
  • Chloroplast

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learning experience 3 800 yards
Learning Experience 3: 800 (yards)
  • Question:
  • Identify the set of tubes that transport sugars and other molecules throughout the plant.
  • Answer
  • phloem

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learning experience 3 1000 50 yards
Learning Experience 3: 1000 (50 yards)
  • Question:
  • Xylem transports what substance into a plant?
  • Answer
  • H2O

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learning experience 4 200 10 yards
Learning Experience 4: 200 (10 yards)
  • Question:
  • These are substances needed by an organism to carry out the characteristics of life
  • Answer
  • nutrients

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learning experience 4 400 20 yards
Learning Experience 4: 400 (20 yards)
  • Question:
  • These biomolecules form the major component of cell membranes.
  • Answer
  • lipds

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learning experience 4 600 30 yards
Learning Experience 4: 600 (30 yards)
  • Question:
  • Which of the biomolecules provides the major source of quick energy for the body?
  • Answer
  • carbohydrates

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learning experience 4 800 40 yards
Learning Experience 4: 800 (40 yards)
  • Question:
  • Sucrose is a disaccharide, meaning it is made up of two monosaccharides. Name the two monosaccharides.
  • Answer
  • Glucose and fructose

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learning experience 4 1000 50 yards
Learning Experience 4: 1000 (50 yards)
  • Question:
  • Starch serves as the food storage molecule for plants. What carbohydrate serves as a food storage for humans?
  • Answer
  • glycogen

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learning experience 5 200 10 yards
Learning Experience 5: 200 (10 yards)
  • Question:
  • What subatomic particles are found at the nucleus of an atom?
  • Answer
  • Protons and neutrons

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learning experience 5 400 20 yards
Learning Experience 5: 400 (20 yards)
  • Question:
  • The smallest subatomic particle is the
  • Answer
  • electron

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learning experience 5 600 30 yards
Learning Experience 5: 600 (30 yards)
  • Question:
  • These molecules can be broken down, rearranged, built up, and also be used for energy
  • Answer
  • biomolecules

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learning experience 5 800 40 yards
Learning Experience 5: 800 (40 yards)
  • Question:
  • The reason why carbon is the most important element in all biomolecules (and living organisms) is because it can form _____ covalent bonds.
  • Answer
  • 4

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learning experience 5 1000 500 yards
Learning Experience 5: 1000 (500 yards)
  • Question:
  • This type of bond connects atoms in biomolecules.
  • Answer
  • Covalent

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bonus question 5000 pts
Bonus Question: 5000 pts.
  • Question:
  • You can ask a question here, Since this is the Bonus Q. it should be the hardest question.
  • Answer
  • (The answer here!)

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