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Jeopardy. Punnett Squares. Heredity/ Mendel. Reproduction/ Chromosomes. Genes/Genetic Engineering. DNA. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $100. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $200. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $300. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400. Q $400.

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Jeopardy

Punnett Squares

Heredity/ Mendel

Reproduction/ Chromosomes

Genes/Genetic

Engineering

DNA

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Final Jeopardy


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$100 Question from Heredity/Mendel

What is the definition of heredity?


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$100 Answer from Heredity/Mendel

The passing of traits from

parent to offspring


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$200 Question from Heredity/Mendel

Mendel was known as the _____.



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$300 Question from Heredity/Mendel

Self-pollinating means that a plant

has both male and female reproductive

structures – which structure is male

and which is female?


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$300 Answer from Heredity/Mendel

Female – stigma

Male – anthers


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$400 Question from Heredity/Mendel

What does it mean if a plant is

true-breeding and what does I mean

by cross-pollination?


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$400 Answer from Heredity/Mendel

True-Breeding means that an

offspring will have the same

characteristics as the parent plant.

Cross-pollination means that the anthers are removed from one plant and pollen from another plant pollinates that plant.


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$500 Question from Heredity/Mendel

Describe Mendel’s 2 experiments.

What was discovered from these

experiments?


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$500 Answer from Heredity/Mendel

1st Generation – all round seeds

2nd Generation – 3 round, 1 wrinkled

Dominant and recessive traits were

discovered.


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$100 Question from Punnett Squares

The genetic make-up of an organism

refers to the _____________.



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$200 Question from Punnett Squares

The physical appearance of an

organism refers to the _________.



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$300 Question from Punnett Squares

Give me an example of hybrid and

purebred using letters.


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$300 Answer from Punnett Squares

Hybrid – Bb

Purebred – BB or bb


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$400 Question from Punnett Squares

What is the mathematical chance that

an event will occur?



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$500 Question from Punnett Squares

What is the outcome of the four

offspring in the cross between a

Dd x DD?



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$100 Question from Reproduction/Chromosomes

Explain the 2 types of reproduction.


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$100 Answer from Reproduction/Chromosomes

Asexual – 1 parent cell

Sexual – 2 parents cells


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$200 Question from Reproduction/Chromosomes

What are the male sex cells and the

female sex cells?


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$200 Answer from Reproduction/Chromosomes

Male – sperm

Female – egg


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$300 Question from Reproduction/Chromosomes

What was Walter’s Sutton

important observation?


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$300 Answer from Reproduction/Chromosomes

Genes are located on chromosomes.


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$400 Question from Reproduction/Chromosomes

What is the job of sex chromosomes?


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$400 Answer from Reproduction/Chromosomes

The sex chromosomes determine

the sex of the offspring.


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$500 Question from Reproduction/Chromosomes

Males have ___ matched pairs of

chromosomes and one unmatched.

Females have ___ matched pairs of

chromosomes.



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$100 Question from DNA

What is the shape of a DNA

molecule?


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$100 Answer from DNA

Double-helix, spiral


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$200 Question from DNA

Make a complementary strand of

DNA. How many amino acids are

located in this strand.

ATGCGATCG


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$200 Answer from DNA

TACGCTAGC

3 amino acids


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$300 Question from DNA

What make up the sides of a DNA

molecule?


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$300 Answer from DNA

sugar and phosphate


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$400 Question from DNA

Explain the 3 types of mutations.


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$400 Answer from DNA

Deletion – a base is left out

Insertion – a base is added

Substitution – a base is replaced

incorrectly


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$500 Question from DNA

Give 3 examples of a mutagen.


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$500 Answer from DNA

UV rays, Ultraviolent radiation from X-rays, cigarette smoke, asbestos


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$100 Question from Genes/Genetic Engineering

Give an example of incomplete

dominance.


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$100 Answer from Genes/Genetic Engineering

Red snapdragon and white

snapdragon having pink offspring.


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$200 Question from Genes/Genetic Engineering

Give an example of one gene

affecting many traits.


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$200 Answer from Genes/Genetic Engineering

White tiger’s fur color affecting the

eye color of the tiger.


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$300 Question from Genes/Genetic Engineering

Give an example of many genes

affecting one trait.



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$400 Question from Genes/Genetic Engineering

Give an example of selective

breeding.


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$400 Answer from Genes/Genetic Engineering

Dogs – thick coats

Chickens – larger number of eggs


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$500 Question from Genes/Genetic Engineering

Give an example of genetic

engineering.


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$500 Answer from Genes/Genetic Engineering

Cloning, tobacco plant glowing


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Final Jeopardy

In a pedigree, what represents the following:

Male

Female

Carrier

No trace of the disease

Has the disease


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Final Jeopardy Answer

Male – square

Female – circle

Carrier – half-filled

No trace – empty

Disease - filled