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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 experiences 1 5

Learning Experiences 1-5


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

Back


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)

Back


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

Back


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

Back


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

Back


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

Back


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)

Back


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

Back


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

  • Back


    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

    Back


    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

    Back


    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

    Back


    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

    Back


    Learning experience 3 1000 50 yards

    Learning Experience 3: 1000 (50 yards)

    • Question:

    • Xylem transports what substance into a plant?

    • Answer

    • H2O

    Back


    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

    Back


    Learning experience 4 400 20 yards

    Learning Experience 4: 400 (20 yards)

    • Question:

    • These biomolecules form the major component of cell membranes.

    • Answer

    • lipds

    Back


    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

    Back


    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

    Back


    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

    Back


    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

    Back


    Learning experience 5 400 20 yards

    Learning Experience 5: 400 (20 yards)

    • Question:

    • The smallest subatomic particle is the

    • Answer

    • electron

    Back


    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

    Back


    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

    Back


    Learning experience 5 1000 500 yards

    Learning Experience 5: 1000 (500 yards)

    • Question:

    • This type of bond connects atoms in biomolecules.

    • Answer

    • Covalent

    Back


    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!)

    Back


    Daily double

    Daily Double

    The Winner Of The Last Round

    Write Down How Much Money

    You Are Willing To Risk

    If You get the Question write you win that money

    If you get it wrong you Loss the money!


    Daily double1

    Daily Double

    The Winner Of The Last Round

    Write Down How Much Money

    You Are Willing To Risk

    If You get the Question write you win that money

    If you get it wrong you Loss the money!


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