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Jeopardy. Choose a category. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. O 2 or no O 2. Silly Cycles. I Got The Power!!. Light and Dark. Labeling. C’s & O’s & H’s Oh my!. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point.

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Jeopardy

Choose a category.

Click to begin.

slide2

Choose a point value.

Choose a point value.

Click here for Final Jeopardy

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O2 or no O2

Silly

Cycles

I Got The

Power!!

Light and

Dark

Labeling

C’s & O’s &

H’s Oh my!

10 Point

10 Point

10 Point

10 Point

10 Point

10 Point

20 Points

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O2 or no O2

10

Which step in cellular respiration does not require oxygen?

slide6

O2 or no O220

Why is oxygen so

important to the

other two steps?

slide7

O2 or no O2

20: Answer

It removes the electrons from the end of the ETC to allow others to move in

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O2 or no O2

30

What term means “oxygen not required”?

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O2 or no O2

30: Answer

Anaerobic

slide10

O2 or no O2

40

How does cyanide kill you?

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O2 or no O2 40: Answer

Blocks oxygen from being able to pick up electrons

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O2 or no O2 50

If oxygen is not present,

what process will occur

in muscle cells?

In Bacteria?

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O2 or no O2

50: Answer

Lactic Acid Fermentation

Alcoholic Fermentation

slide14

Silly Cycles10

Why do we call the Calvin Cycle

the Dark Reaction?

BONUS: What scientist discovered

the Calvin Cycle?

slide15

SillyCycles

10: Answer

Does not require light energy

Bonus: Melvin Calvin

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Silly Cycles20

What is the other name for the Krebs Cycle?

AND

What molecules start and then end it?

slide17

Silly Cycles20: Answer

Citric Acid Cycle

2 pyruvates

8NADH & 2FADH2

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Silly Cycles 30

What are the products of JUST the Light Reaction?

slide19

Silly Cycles 30: Answer

O2 is the byproduct (leaves the cell)

NADPH (electron carrier for Calvin Cycle)

ATP (energy to power the Calvin Cycle)

slide20

Silly Cycles 40

Which cycle includes NADH and FADH2 dropping off electrons, trading them for hydrogen and then eventually getting a large number of ATP?

(Please note either Photosynthesis or CR)

slide21

Silly Cycles 40: Answer

Electron Transport Chain

slide22

Silly Cycles 50

Which cycle takes recently made electrons and combines them with ATP, carbon dioxide and water to create one molecule of glucose?

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I Got The Power!! 10

What does ATP stand for?

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I Got The Power!! 10 Answer:

Adenosine Triphosphate

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I Got The Power!! 20

Why does Glycolysis

only net 2 ATP?

slide27

I Got The Power!! 20 Answer

It takes 2 ATP to start the process so you have to pay those back

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I Got The Power!! 30

How many ATP are made during…

a)Glycolysis

b)Krebs cycle

c)ETC

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I Got The Power!!

30 Answer

  • 2
  • 2
  • 32
slide30

I Got The Power!! 40

What type of energy is produced in photosynthesis? What type of energy is produced in cellular respiration?

slide32

I Got The Power!! 50

Where do each of the following energy making processes take place?

a)Glycolysis

b)Krebs Cycle

c)ETC

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I Got The Power!! 50 Answer

a)Glycolysis: cytoplasm

b)Krebs Cycle: Inner mitochondria (matrix)

c)ETC: inner membrane (mito)

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Light and Dark10

Where do the Light and Dark Reactions occur?

(each specific site)

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Light and Dark10 Answer

Light: thylakoid membrane

Dark: stroma

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Light and Dark20

Where do the original 2 electrons come from for the Light reaction?

What molecule is used to replace those electrons?

BONUS: What is the process in the 2nd question named?

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Light and Dark20 Answer

Orig: chlorophyll

Replaced: splitting of water

Bonus: Photolysis

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Light and Dark30

Why does photosystem 2 come before photosystem 1?

slide39

Light and Dark30 Answer

Photosystem 1 was

discovered first

slide40

Light and Dark40

What is the starting molecule for the Calvin Cycle?

And how many carbons does it have?

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Light and Dark50

What molecule is responsible for adding on the sixth C at the beginning of the Calvin Cycle?

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Labeling 10

Identify the following items.

Why are these organelles able to make such a large amount of energy?

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Labeling 10 Answer

  • Chloroplast
  • Mitochondria
  • Increased surface area
  • (thylakoids and double membrane)
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Labeling 20

Label the following item:

1

2

4

3

5

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Labeling 20 Answer

  • Light
  • CO2
  • H2O
  • Glucose
  • O2
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Labeling 30

Label the following item.

Identify where active and passive transport take place.

1

2

slide49

Labeling 30 Answer

  • ETC
  • ATP Synthase
  • Active: E- energy moving H+
  • Passive: H+ flowing by conc. grad.
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Labeling 40

Fill in the missing :

1

2

Occurs in skeletal muscle of animals

Occurs in yeast and bacteria

slide51

Labeling 40 Answer

  • Lactic Acid
  • Alcohol
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Labeling 50

Fill in the missing cycles:

1

2

3

4

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Labeling 50 Answer

  • Glycolysis
  • Fermentation
  • Krebs Cycle (Citric Acid Cycle)
  • Electron Transport Chain
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C’s & O’s & H’s Oh my! 10

What are the chemical equations

for the reactants

in photosynthesis?

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C’s & O’s & H’s Oh my! 10

6CO2 + 6H2O + Sunlight

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C’s & O’s & H’s Oh my!

20

What are the chemical

equations for the products

of photosynthesis?

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C’s & O’s & H’s Oh my! 30

What are the chemical equations

for the reactants

in cellular respiration?

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C’s & O’s & H’s Oh my! 40

What are the chemical

equations for the products

of cellular respiration?

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C’s & O’s & H’s Oh my! 50

How are photosynthesis

and cellular respiration

related?

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C’s & O’s & H’s Oh my!

50 Answer

The reactants of one equation are the products of the other and vice versa.

(Energy Coupling)

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Final Jeopardy

Make your wager

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Use the photosynthesis equation and the cellular respiration equation to determine the following:

  • Photosynthesis: You start with 12 molecules of CO2—how many sugar molecules can you make?
  • Respiration: You are breaking down 3 glucose molecules—how many water molecules can you make?