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THIS IS. Jeopardy!. Intro/Chapter 1. Organic Chem. Cells. Skin. Bones. Endocrine. Rd 2. Orgo Chem. Endocrine. Intro/ Ch1. Cells. Skin. Bones. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400.

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this is
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Jeopardy!

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Rd 2

Orgo Chem

Endocrine

Intro/ Ch1

Cells

Skin

Bones

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Meaning of ex

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Organ system that controls responsiveness

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Meaning of “hypo”

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Opposite of deep

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Explain homeostasis

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What are simple sugars called?

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Elements that lost or gained an electron

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Provides energy, protection, and insulation

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Responsible for hair and nail growth

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Name 4 organic compounds and the 4 most common elements

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Simple squamous means ________

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Transcription occurs in the _____, translation occurs in the ______,

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Role of plasma membrane

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Organelle for absorption

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Explain isotonic, hypotonic, and hypertonic

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100 Skin

How can you detect melanoma?

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Disease that turns the skin blue

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Purpose of oil for the skin

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Arrector pili muscle does this

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Name 3 glands and what they produce.

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What means bone?

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Red marrow makes ____, yellow marrow _____

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Disease with uric acid in the joints

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Fracture where the bone is broken in tiny fragments

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Divide the vertebral column into sections and tell how many vertebrae in each

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What does the endocrine system control?

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What does the adrenal gland produce?

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Where is the thyroid gland located?

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What gland produces melatonin?

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What two hormones does the pancreas secrete and how do they balance each other?

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Double Jeopardy

(Really Round 2)

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Final

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Orgo Chem

Intro

Cells

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What does anatomy mean?

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What does oculus mean?

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Which direction does a transverse cut go?

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What system balances our fluids?

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What is negative and positive feedback?

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Movement from a high to low concentration is called

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Job of the lysosome

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Connects your ribs to sternum

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DNA strand is

ATTGCAG, what is the RNA

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Give an example of a polysaccharide

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Many sugars bonded together is called.

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Difference between unsaturated and saturated fats

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Number of p+, e-, and neutrons of Ba

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Enzymes belong to what category of organic compounds

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Name 3 types of bonds and explain their function

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Burn where blisters form

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Burn where skin graft is required

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Disease where there is silvery, flakey skin

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3 layers of the skin

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5 layers of the epidermis

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Where is the mandible

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Where is the humerus?

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Fracture common in head traumas

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Classify the femur, parietal, and vertebrae according to bones

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3 types of bones cells and functions

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Explain endocytosis and exocytosis

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Disease where bone lose their density

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Stage of mitosis where the chromosomes move apart

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Reaction that combines two monosaccharides

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3 different skin pigmentations

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FINAL

JEOPARDY

category
Category

Muscles

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ANSWER:
  • Aerobic respiration
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