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Populations Edition !. Volunteers?. 1 person to time and click– 20 seconds to answer, click when told 1 person to keep score – accurate and quick!. JEOPARDY!. LGHS Sports. School Events. LGHS Teachers. Clubs & Activities. Classes. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200.

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volunteers
Volunteers?
  • 1 person to time and click– 20 seconds to answer, click when told
  • 1 person to keep score – accurate and quick!
jeopardy
JEOPARDY!

LGHS Sports

School Events

LGHS Teachers

Clubs & Activities

Classes

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Final Jeopardy

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WARNING:

Ms. Minson is terrible at determining question difficulty. Therefore, an easy question could be worth $200 while a difficult question might be $100. You have been warned!

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JEOPARDY!

Interactions Between Organisms

Population Changes

Populations

Miscellaneous

Graphs

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Final Jeopardy

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Populations for $200

A: These are the 3 of the population examples that we studied during our labs this unit.

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Populations for $200

A: These are the 3 of the population examples that we studied during our labs this unit.

Q: What are the human population, the reindeer of St. Paul Island, the yeast, and/or the fish?

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Populations for $150

A: Populations are made up of organisms, or these.

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Populations for $150

A:Populations are made up of organisms, or these.

Q: What are individuals?

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A: This population has severe impacts on the Earth because of its large and increasing size, high use of resources, and generation of unusable waste.

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A: This population has severe impacts on the Earth because of its large and increasing size, high use of resources, and generation of unusable waste.

Q: What is the human population?

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A: In the absence of predators, this is the most likely cause of the crash in the reindeer population on St. Paul Island.

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Populations for $150

A: In the absence of predators, this is the most likely cause of the crash in the reindeer population on St. Paul Island.

Q: What is starvation or lack of food or exceeding the carrying capacity?

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Populations for $150

A: The largest number of individuals within a population that the environment can support.

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Populations for $150

A: The largest number of individuals within a population that the environment can support.

Q: What is carrying capacity?

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Population Changes for $200

A: The instance and rate of individuals leaving population.

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Population Changes for $200

A: The instance and rate of individuals leaving population.

Q: What is emigration?

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Population Changes for $150

A: The rate at which reproduction increases a population’s size.

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Population Changes for $150

A: The rate at which reproduction increases a population’s size.

Q: What is natality?

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A: The rate of emigration and immigration for fish in a pond.

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Population Changes for $200

A: The rate of emigration and immigration for fish in a pond.

Q: What is 0 or none?

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Population Changes for $200

A: The rate of increase in the size of the world’s human population can be calculated from differences in _________ and __________.

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Population Changes for $200

A: The rate of increase in the size of the world’s human population can be calculated from differences in _________ and __________.

Q: What are natalityand mortality?

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A: Doors that swing outward but not inward enabled cockroaches to leave a population, but not to enter it. Any increase in population size must have resulted from this.

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A: Doors that swing outward but not inward enabled cockroaches to leave a population, but not to enter it. Any increase in population size must have resulted from this.

Q: What is natality?

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A: If there is stability in a system, then the system is said to be in ______________.

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A: If there is stability in a system, then the system is said to be in ______________.

Q: What is homeostasis?

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A: The role of the fungi and bacteria.

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A: The role of the fungi and bacteria.

Q: What is the role of decomposers?

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  • A: This is best described or defined using 3 things:
  • the species,
  • the location,
  • and the time or date.
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From your vocab list!

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  • A: This is best described or defined using 3 things:
  • the species,
  • the location,
  • and the time or date.
  • Q: What is a population?
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A: The objectives on your microscopes have magnifications of ____, _____, and _____.

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A: The objectives on your microscopes have magnifications of ____, _____, and _____.

Q: What are 4x, 10x, and 40x?

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A: This is what eventually happens to most of the energy that enters a food web.

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A: This is what eventually happens to most of the energy that enters a food web.

Q: What is lost or lost as heat?

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A: In this type of symbiosis, a host is harmed while another organism benefits.

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From your vocab list!

Interactions Between Organisms for $100

A: In this type of symbiosis, a host is harmed while another organism benefits.

Q: What is parasitism? +/-

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A: One example of this type of symbiosis is when water buffalo walk through grass, insects become active, and the insects are eaten by cowbirds. The water buffalo are neither helped nor harmed.

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A: One example of this type of symbiosis is when water buffalo walk through grass, insects become active, and the insects are eaten by cowbirds. The water buffalo are neither helped nor harmed.

Q: What is commensalism? +/0

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A: An example of this type of symbiosis is when yucca flowers are pollinated by yucca moths. The moths lay their eggs in the flowers where the larvae hatch and eat some of the developing seeds. At the same time, the moths pollinate the flowers of the plant. Both species benefit.

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Interactions Between Organisms for $150

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A: An example of this type of symbiosis is when yucca flowers are pollinated by yucca moths. The moths lay their eggs in the flowers where the larvae hatch and eat some of the developing seeds. At the same time, the moths pollinate the flowers of the plant. Both species benefit.

Q: What is mutualism? +/+

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A: This is when different organisms compete for the same resources.

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A: This is when different organisms compete for the same resources.

Q: What is competition?

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A: An example of this is when a wolf kills and eats a sheep.

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A: An example of this is when a wolf kills and eats a sheep.

Q: What is predation?

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A: This is what a graph of the human population since ~10,000BC looks like.

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A: This is what a graph of the human population since ~10,000BC looks like.

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A: The point at which the growth rate of the population is not changing.

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A: The point at which the growth rate of the population is not changing.

Q: What is point C?

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A: This graph depicts a population in homeostasis.

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A: This graph depicts a population in homeostasis.

Q: What is graph D?

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A: This graph shows logistic growth.

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A: This graph shows logistic growth.

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A: This graph shows exponential growth.

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A: This graph shows exponential growth.

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Final Jeopardy!

This is the actual direction of a specimen’s movement on a slide in relation to the direction in which it is seen moving through a microscope.

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Final Jeopardy!

This is the actual direction of a specimen’s movement on a slide in relation to the direction in which it is seen moving through a microscope.

What is opposite?

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School Events for $100

These are the themes for the 5 days of spirit week.

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A: This is one of the themes for the next spirit week.

Q: What are School Spirit, Fashion Disasters, Halloween, or class colors day?

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A: This club is advised by Mrs. DeLaPaz and Mrs. Burlinson and addresses environmental concerns on campus.

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A: This club is advised by Mrs. DeLaPaz and Mrs. Burlinson and addresses environmental concerns on campus.

Q: What is Fading Footprints?