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Jeopardy. Home. Instructions. Game. Most of the Information used to create this game proceeds from :http:// www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/archive.html#chemistry. By: Ms. Yohana Lopez. Instructions. Choose a category and click on a value. Click question or answer to check accuracy

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jeopardy
Jeopardy

Home

Instructions

Game

Most of the Information used to create this game proceeds from :http://www.loc.gov/rr/scitech/mysteries/archive.html#chemistry

By: Ms. Yohana Lopez

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Instructions
  • Choose a category and click on a value.
  • Click question or answer to check accuracy
  • Click on game to try again

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Biology

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Human Anatomy

Botany

Zoology

Computer Technology

Physics

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Biology

What are stem cells?

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Biology

Stem cells are human cells unspecialized cells that have two defining properties: the ability to differentiate into other cells and the ability to self-regenerate.

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Biology

What are

embryonic stem cells?

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Biology

They are cells found exclusively in early-stage embryos, from which all the body’s 200-plus types of tissue ultimately grow. They are the body’s master cells.

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Biology

What is a zygote?

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Biology

A zygote is a single cell which has formed as the result of the merging of an egg cell and a sperm cell.

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Biology

What are progenitor cells or somatic stem cells?

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Somatic stem cells are present in many fetal and post-natal tissues. Somatic stem cells are also capable of self-renewal and, with appropriate signals, differentiate into various cell types from the organ from which they are derived.

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Botany

What compound gives the leaves

green color?

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Botany

Chlorophyll

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Botany

Do plants grow better under sunlight or artificial light, Why?

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Botany

Sunlight is better for plant growth, it is intense and contains the full spectrum of electromagnetic radiation required for optimal plant growth.

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Botany

What is photosynthesis?

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Botany

Photosynthesis is the process by which plants, some bacteria, and some protistans use the energy from sunlight to produce sugar, which cellular respiration converts into ATP, the "fuel" used by all living things. The conversion of unusable sunlight energy into usable chemical energy, is associated with the actions of the green pigment chlorophyll. Most of the time, the photosynthetic process uses water and releases the oxygen that we absolutely must have to stay alive. Oh yes, we need the food as well!

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Botany

What is the red pigment responsible for the color of tomatoes called?

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Botany

Lycopene

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Zoology

How does gas (oxygen) exchange occurs in mammals?

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Zoology

Mammals breathe through lungs

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Zoology

What are examples of a carnivorous and a herbivorous reptile?

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Zoology

Snakes are carnivorous.

Iguanas are herbivorous.

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Zoology

What are the main morphological features of birds?

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Birds are animals that present aerodynamic bodies covered with feathers, anterior limbs transformed into wings, pneumatic bones and

horny (corneous) beaks.

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Zoology

What are the amphibian features that make them dependent on water to survive?

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Permeable skin, body subject to dehydration, external fecundation, eggs without shells and larval stage with branchial respiration are features that make amphibians dependent on water to survive.

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Computer

Technology

In terms of computing, what does CPU stand for?

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Computer

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Central Processing Unit

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Computer

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In computing, keyboards, mouse, touch screens, scanners, are used as …

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Computer

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Input Devices

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Computer

Technology

IBM is a well known computer and information technology company, what does IBM stand for?

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International Business Machine

(IBM)

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Computer

Technology

What does

Information Technology (IT)

means?

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Information Technology (IT) is a branch which has recently been derived from computer science. It simply refers to the use of computer and other technologies for the management of vast information. This branch develops technologies(software or hardware) for information management and also solve information management strategies by planning and studying the requirement scenario.

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Physics

When is a body said to be in

equilibrium

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Physics

A body said to be in equilibrium when it is in rest or moving with constant speed.

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Physics

What is conservation of mass?

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The notion that mass, or matter, can be neither created nor destroyed.

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Physics

Define the law of

mass conservation?

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Physics

In a chemical reaction, the total mass of the reactants is always equal to the total mass of the products..

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Physics

Why do bouncy balls bounce?

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Bouncy balls bounce because when the rubber hits a hard surface (one that cannot move away from the impact, usually the ground), the material of the ball is compressed at the point of contact. Once the energy of the ball's impact has been absorbed in this manner, the material of the ball reacts to the compression by attempting to return to an uncompressed state. To do so, it expands, pushing down against the hard surface, and pushing the entire ball back up from the surface. This may be enough to lift the ball back into the air. Gravity then drags the ball back down again, and the process repeats until the force of the rebound is too weak, and the ball will either stop, or translate the energy into a rolling motion along the hard surface.

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