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Biology Jeopardy. >. Graphs &More. Enzymes & Transport. Scientific Investigation. Ecology. Water & pH. 10. 10. 10. 10. 10. 20. 20. 20. 20. 20. 30. 30. 30. 30. 30. 40. 40. 40. 40. 40. The work of scientists usually begins with Testing a hypothesis Careful observations

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Biology Jeopardy

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Graphs &More

Enzymes & Transport

Scientific Investigation

Ecology

Water & pH

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The work of scientists usually begins with
  • Testing a hypothesis
  • Careful observations
  • Creating experiments
  • Drawing conclusions

What is B?

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A controlled experiment allows the scientist to isolate and test
  • a conclusion
  • a mass of information
  • several variables
  • a single variable

What is D?

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The group in an experiment that receives no amount of the IV is called the
  • Constant
  • Dependent variable
  • Control
  • Hypothesis

What is C?

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Hypothesis: If I change _____, then ______ will happen.
  • DV, IV
  • control, DV
  • constants, nothing
  • IV, DV

What is D?

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The maximum # of organisms an environment can support
  • Carrying capacity
  • Limiting factor
  • Climax community
  • Population

What is A?

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Many different species interacting in a particular environment
  • Population
  • Biosphere
  • Community
  • Biome

What is C?

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Which of the following is not a biotic factor?

A) Daisy

B) Bacteria

C) Oak Tree

D) Water

What is D?

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The wrasse, a small fish, cleans parasites from the mouth and body of the moray eel. In return, the wrasse receives protection from predators. The is an example of
  • Parasitism
  • Mutualism
  • Saprophytism
  • Commensalism

What is B?

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pH is a measurement of the amount of ___ ions in solution
  • Hydroxide (OH-)
  • Sodium (Na+)
  • Hydrogen (H+)
  • Potassium (K+)

What is C?

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The unique properties of water enable life to exist on Earth. Which of these is a property of pure water? following best explains why a student researching genetics should use the most recent textbooks available?
  • Its solid form is more dense than its liquid form.
  • It has a low heat absorption capacity.
  • It is slightly more acidic than air.
  • It dissolves many substances.

What is D?

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Water is considered the universal solvent because-
  • water has a high boiling point
  • water is a polar molecule
  • water is less dense as a solid than as a liquid
  • 75% of Earth’s surface is water

What is B?

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Which property of water allows many land-dwelling organisms to maintain body temperature by eliminating excess heat?
  • Water’s ability to evaporate
  • Water’s movement by capillary action
  • Water’s capacity to dissolve substances
  • Water’s formation of ions in solution

What is A?

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An experiment is designed to clear an oak-hickory forest and replant the area with pines. Which of the following species would be most threatened by this experiment?
  • Field sparrow
  • Cardinal
  • Summer tanager
  • Hooded warbler

What is D?

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In the table, which item of data is most likely to be invalid?
  • Plot 1 on July 1
  • Plot 2 on June 15
  • Plot 3 on May 15
  • Plot 4 on May 30

What is B?

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The diagram shows a simplified nitrogen cycle. Which process is responsible for returning nitrogen to the air?
  • Excretion
  • Decomposition
  • Photosynthesis
  • Nitrification

What is B?

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On which axis of a graph should you place the independent variable?
  • The X axis
  • The Y axis
  • It doesn’t matter which axis you place it on
  • On the mid-point

What is A?

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An enzyme is a ________ that catalyzes, or speeds up, a chemical reaction.
  • Carbohydrate
  • Lipid
  • Nucleic Acid
  • Protein

What is D?

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Enzymes lower _______ in a chemical reaction and remain unchanged in the process.
  • Initiation potential
  • Carrying capacity
  • Activation energy
  • Maximum potential yield

What is C?

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The movement of molecules from an area of high concentration to low concentration is called-
  • Diffusion
  • Osmosis
  • Active Transport
  • Phagocytosis

What is A?

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When molecules move from an area of low concentration to an area of high concentration this is called ___________ because it requires energy.
  • Osmosis
  • Diffusion
  • Active Transport
  • Passive Transport

What is C?

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Double Jeopardy

DNA+Genetics

Vocabulary

Macromolecules

Organelles

Pot Luck!

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What are the monomers, or building blocks, of proteins?
  • Glycerol
  • Amino Acids
  • Nucleotides
  • Glucose

What is B?

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The cell membrane is made up of which of the following?
  • Carbohydrates
  • Proteins
  • Nucleic Acids
  • Lipids

What is D?

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The monomers of a nucleic acid, such as DNA or RNA, are-
  • Nucleotides
  • Amino acids
  • Monosaccharides
  • Fatty acids

What is A?

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What is the molecular formula of glucose?
  • CO2
  • C6H12O6
  • CHO3
  • C2H4O2

What is B?

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Nucleus
  • Controls the working of the cell
  • Production of proteins
  • “Powerhouse” of the cell
  • Break down waste material

What is A?

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Which of the following statements is NOT TRUE about mitochondria?
  • “Powerhouse” of the cell
  • Protein factory
  • Site of cellular respiration
  • Production of ATP

What is B?

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Which statement is TRUE about the cell wall?
  • Found only in animal cells
  • Found only in plant cells
  • Found in both plant cells and animal cells
  • Regulates what enters and leaves the cell

What is B?

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Which statement is true about Chloroplasts?
  • Found in plants and animals
  • Useful during cellular respiration
  • C) Used by plants during photosynthesis
  • D) Produces proteins

What is C?

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The picture shows a segment of DNA from a cat. Which of these is the most likely the kitten of the cat?
  • 1
  • 2
  • 3
  • 4

What is D or 4?

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Inversions in chromosomes occur when part of a chromosome breaks out and is reinserted upside down. Which of the diagrams below represents an inversion?

What is C?

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The process of DNA replication
  • produces two identical strands of DNA
  • codes for RNA molecules
  • Produces 4 daughter cells
  • modifies lysosome enzymes

What is A?

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How is a homozygous dominant parent expressed?
  • Two lowercase letters (aa)
  • Two uppercase letters (AA)
  • One uppercase and one lowercase letter (Aa)
  • A and B are both correct

What is B?

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Based on the method by which they get food, organisms are classified as autotrophs or heterotrophs. Which organism listed below is correctly paired with its metabolism?
  • Mushroom-autotroph
  • Human-heterotroph
  • Grass-heterotroph
  • Fish-autotroph

What is B?

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What is happening during the synthesis phase (S) of Mitosis?
  • Normal cell growth
  • Preparation for cell division
  • Alignment of chromosomes at the equator
  • Replication of DNA

What is D?

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If you cross 2 Heterozygous tall pea plants, how many of their offspring will be short?
  • 4 out of 4 (100%)
  • 3 out of 4 (75%)
  • 2 out of 4 (50%)
  • 1 out of 4 (25%)

What is D?

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Which of these organisms is considered a decomposer?
  • Bacteria
  • Earthworm
  • Spotted owl
  • Leopard

What is A?

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Which of the following methods would provide the most accurate information for students collecting data about local attitudes concerning the use of alternative fuels for automobiles?
  • Take an opinion poll of drivers.
  • Listen to speeches given by politicians.
  • Study newspaper articles.
  • Track prices at nearby gas stations.

What is A?

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A student is trying to determine the effect of pollutants on the growth of three groups of seeds. The results will not be valid because the experiment has no-
  • conclusion
  • hypothesis
  • control
  • variable

What is C?

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Which piece of laboratory equipment should be used to most accurately measure the volume of a liquid?
  • Beaker
  • Test tube
  • Metric balance
  • Graduated cylinder

What is D?

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According to this data, what percentage of vitamin supplement should be added to the turkey’s diet for maximum weight gain?
  • 6%
  • 20%
  • 10%
  • 14%

What is C?

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FINAL

JEOPARDY

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Which equation best represents photosynthesis?
  • Glucose + water → Carbon Dioxide + oxygen
  • Glucose +oxygen → Carbon dioxide + water
  • Carbon dioxide + water→ Glucose + oxygen
  • Water + sunlight → Glucose + ATP

What is C?

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