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  1. Life Science Jeopardy

  2. An organism that is made up of only one cell

  3. An organism that can make its own food

  4. Mistaken theory that living organisms can arise from non-living things

  5. The 4 needs of all living things

  6. 6 characteristics of all living things

  7. The 2 bacteria kingdoms

  8. A virus that immediately begins to multiply after attaching to a host cell.

  9. 2 methods of bacteria reproduction

  10. The 2 basic parts of a virus

  11. A virus that infects bacteria

  12. The process by which plants make their own food

  13. The two products of photosynthesis

  14. Vascular tissue that carries food from a plant’s leaves to the rest of the plant

  15. Plants that produce cones and “naked” seeds

  16. 3 non-vascular plants

  17. Kingdom(s) that contain only unicellular prokaryotes

  18. Kingdom(s) that contain only multicelluar eukaryotes

  19. Kingdom(s) in which you could find a eukaryotic heterotroph

  20. Kingdom(s) in which you could find a unicellular heterotroph

  21. Kingdom(s) in which you could find a unicellular eukaryotic autotroph

  22. The process of producing offspring that are similar to the parents

  23. The basic unit of structure and function in all living things

  24. Any factor that can change in an experiment

  25. An organism whose cells lack a nucleus

  26. Gas that was not present in Earth’s atmosphere 3.6 billion years ago

  27. What is unicellular

  28. What is an autotroph

  29. What is spontaneous generation

  30. What are water, energy (food), living space (shelter), and stable internal conditions (homeostasis)

  31. What are cellular organization, use energy, grow & develop, respond to surroundings, and reproduction. (also acceptable: made up of specific chemicals)

  32. What are archaebacteria & eubacteria

  33. What is an active virus

  34. What are binary fission & conjugation

  35. What are genetic material and outer protein coat

  36. What is a bacteriophage

  37. What is photosynthesis

  38. What are glucose (sugar) & oxygen

  39. What is phloem

  40. What is a gymnosperm

  41. What are mosses, liverworts, and hornworts

  42. What are archaebacteria and eubacteria

  43. What are plants and animals

  44. What are protists, fungi, and animals

  45. What are archaebacteria, eubacteria, protists, and fungi

  46. What is the protist kingdom

  47. What is reproduction

  48. What is a cell

  49. What is a variable

  50. What is a prokaryote