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Slide 2 Jeopardy CellsGeneticsOrganismsEcology Misc. Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy Slide 3 $100 Question from Cells What is a cell called that has a membrane bound nucleus and membrane bound organelles? Slide 4 $100 Answer from Cells This is a eukaryotic cells Slide 5 $200 Question from Cell Which kingdoms contain prokaryotic organisms? Slide 6 $200 Answer from Cells Archaebacteria and Eubacteria Slide 7 $300 Question from Cells Which organelle is the site of protein synthesis? Slide 8 $300 Answer from Cells Ribosome Slide 9 $400 Question from Cells If a cell has a backup of waste and worn out cell parts, which organelle malfunctioned.? Slide 10 $400 Answer from Cells The Lysosomes Slide 11 $500 Question from Cells In which type of solution would water leave the cell causing the cell to shrink? Slide 12 $500 Answer from Cells A hypertonic solution Slide 13 $100 Question from Genetics What are the components of a nucleotide? Slide 14 $100 Answer from Genetics A sugar phosphate and a nitrogenous base) Slide 15 $200 Question from Genetics When an RNA copy is made of DNA this process is know as.? Slide 16 $200 Answer from Genetics Transcription Slide 17 $300 Question from Genetics What is the difference in the nitrogen bases found in DNA and those found in RNA? Slide 18 $300 Answer from Genetics The bases in DNA are: Thymine, Adenine, Cytosine, & Guanine. The bases in RNA are: Uracil, Adenine, Cytosine & Guanine. Slide 19 $400 Question from Genetics The process of synthesising proteins is called Slide 20 $400 Answer from Genetics Translation Slide 21 $500 Question from Genetics Which of Mendels Laws states that of a pair of characteristics (e.g. blue and brown eye color) only one can be represented in a gamete. Slide 22 $500 Answer from Genetics The Law of Segregation Slide 23 $100 Question from Organisms What is the formula for cellular respiration? Slide 24 $100 Answer from Organisms C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O + Energy Slide 25 $200 Question from Organisms If a new organism is discovered that has a membrane bound nucleus and membrane bound organelles, is multicellular, and has a cell wall made of chitin, in which kingdom would it belong? Slide 26 $200 Answer from Organisms The organism would belong to Kingdom Fungi. Slide 27 $300 Question from Organisms Which kingdom(s) can reproduce asexually? Slide 28 $300 Answer from Organisms Organism in all of the kingdoms can reproduce asexually. (Archaebacteria, Eubacteria, Protists, Fungi, Plants, and Animals). Slide 29 $400 Question from Organisms Which kingdom of organism live in harsh environment like hot sulfur springs. Slide 30 $400 Answer from Organisms Archaebacteria Slide 31 $500 Question from Organisms Which kingdom(s) have only multi-celled organisms? Slide 32 $500 Answer from Organisms Plants and Animals Slide 33 $100 Question from Ecology Which of these includes all of the other groups? organism biome community ecosystem population Slide 34 $100 Answer from Ecology Biome Slide 35 $200 Question from Ecology What type of symbiotic relationship Allows one member to benefits, and the other member to remain unaffected? Slide 36 $200 Answer from Ecology Commensalism Slide 37 $300 Question from Ecology Which organism has the most food sources? Slide 38 $300 Answer from Ecology The fox has the most food sources. Slide 39 $400 Question from Ecology Which of the following nutrient cycles does not involve the atmosphere? A.Carbon cycle B.Oxygen cycle C.Phosphorus cycle D.Nitrogen cycle Slide 40 $400 Answer from Ecology The phosphorus cycle Slide 41 $500 Question from Ecology What is the difference in primary succession and secondary succession? Slide 42 $500 Answer from Ecology In primary succession occurs where the land is barren (no life) and secondary succession occurs where soil and seeds are already present. Slide 43 $100 Question from Misc. Which of the following functions does active transport perform in a cell? A. packaging proteins for export from the cell B. distributing enzymes throughout the cytoplasm C. moving substances against a concentration gradient D. equalizing the concentration of water inside and outside the cell of organisms? Mass 07 Slide 44 $100 Answer from Misc. moving substances against a concentration gradient Slide 45 $200 Question from Misc. In homozygous individuals, two IA alleles result in blood type A and two IB alleles result in blood type B. The IA and IB alleles are codominant, resulting in blood type AB in individuals heterozygous for the two alleles. A male and a female both have blood type AB. If they have a child, what is the probability that the child will also have blood type AB? Mass 07 Slide 46 $200 Answer from Misc. Slide 47 $300 Question from Misc. A partial food web for organisms in Yellowstone National Park is shown below. Which of the following organisms is a secondary consumer in this food web? A. yellow-bellied marmot B. strawberry plant C. least chipmunk D. king bolete Mass 07 Slide 48 $300 Answer from Misc. least chipmunk Slide 49 $400 Question from Misc. Within an individual mouse, four different mutations occurred in different genes, located on separate chromosomes and in different cells, as shown in the table below. Which of these mutations could be passed on to the mouses offspring? A. white fur B. blue eyes C. thin fur D. short tail Mass 06 Slide 50 $400 Answer from Misc. blue eyes Slide 51 $500 Question from Misc. A food web in a rain forest is shown below. Which of the following most likely occupies the location marked X in this food web? A. decomposers B. primary consumers C. producers D. secondary consumers Mass 06 Slide 52 $500 Answer from Misc. decomposers Slide 53 Final Jeopardy Why are photosynthesis and cellular respiration combined considered a cycle? Slide 54 Final Jeopardy Answer The reactant in photosynthesis are the products in cellular respiration. The reactants in cellular respiration are the products of photosynthesis.