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Cell jeopardy

Cell Jeopardy

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Final Jeopardy


100 question from h1

$100 Question from H1

The “Powerhouse” of the cell


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$100 Answer from H1

What is a mitochondrion?

What are mitochondria?


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$200 Question from H1

Stores information (DNA) that

controls the making of proteins

and all other cell activities


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What is the nucleus?


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The first make proteins; the second

Customizes and packages the proteins


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What are ribosomes and Golgi bodies?


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They are 2 things lacking in animal

cells but present in plant cells


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What are chloroplasts and a cell wall?


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$500 Question from H1

Diffusion, facilitated diffusion, and

osmosis


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What are forms of passive transport?


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$100 Question from H2

Because there is an information crisis,

diffusion is too slow, and there is not

enough surface area to support the huge

volume of reacting material.


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Why do cells divide?

What makes cells divide?

Why is there a size limit on cells?


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$200 Question from H2

The longest part of the cell cycle


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What is interphase?


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PMAT


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What are prophase, metaphase,

anaphase and telophase?

What is mitosis?


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$400 Question from H2

The initial part of interphase where

the new cells grow and develop


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What is gap 1?


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Cleavage furrowing and

Cell plating


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What is cytokinesis?


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The catalyst for photosynthesis


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What is chlorophyll?


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A combination of adenine, sugar,

and phosphates that store energy

for later use


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What is ATP?


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Oxygen gas, NADPH, and ATP


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What are the products of the

light dependent reactions of

photosynthesis?


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Disc-shaped structures of the grana

that contain chlorophyll for photo-

synthesis


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What are the thylakoids?


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$500 Question from H3

A producer organism like a

photosynthetic protist that begins

a food chain


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What is an autotroph?


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$100 Question from H4

The “rotating” name of the light

independent reactions


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What is the Calvin Cycle?


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The main product of the

Calvin Cycle


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What is the carbohydrate molecule

known as glucose sugar?


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The sources of the energy, the

carbon, and the hydrogen for the

Calvin cycle.


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$300 Answer from H4

What are ATP, CO2, and NADPH?


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$400 Question from H4

Anytime, around the clock, because

it doesn’t need sunlight.


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When does the Calvin Cycle occur?


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The fluid-filled cavity of the

chloroplast where the light

independent reactions occur


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What is the stroma?


100 question from h5

$100 Question from H5

The anaerobic form of energy release

that occurs in the human body.


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What is lactic acid fermentation?


200 question from h5

$200 Question from H5

The amount of energy resulting from

respiration of one molecule of

glucose sugar


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What is 36 ATP?


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In the absence of oxygen, it will

follow glycolysis


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What is fermentation?


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It is how photosynthesis and

respiration are related


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What is opposites

Or reverses?


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$500 Question from H5

The correct sequence of the major

parts of cell respiration


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$500 Answer from H5

What is glycolysis, Kreb’s Cycle,

and then electron transport chain?


Final jeopardy

Final Jeopardy

  • All living things are made of cells

  • The cell is the basic unit of structure

  • and function.

  • Cells come from previously

  • existing cells.


Final jeopardy answer

Final Jeopardy Answer

What is the Cell Theory?


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