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Title: Ethics Jeopardy


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Contestants
Dont Forget...
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Always phrase your answers in the form of a
question!
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Science
JEOPARDY!
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Evolution
Mitosis Meiosis
Scientific Investigation
Cells and More
Genetics
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Cat. for 100
The gradual change over time.
What is?
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Evolution
Back to Game
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Cat.1 for 200
Process by which organisms are adapted to survive
and reproduce.
What is?
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Natural selection
Back to Game
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Cat. 1 for 300
Petrified, molds casts, preserved remains
What are?
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3 basic types of fossils
Back to Game
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Cat. 1 for 400
The rate of decay of a radioactive element.
What is?
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Half-life
Back to Game
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Cat. 1 for 500
Origin of Species
What is?
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Darwins book about evolution
Back to Game
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Cat. 2 for 100
The stage of growth and DNA replication.
What is?
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Interphase
Back to Game
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Cat. 2 for 200
The end result of mitosis.
What are?
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2 new daughter cells
Back to Game
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Cat. 2 for 300
The phase where the chromosomes line up along the
middle.
What is?
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Metaphase
Back to Game
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Cat 2 for 400
Cell that contain half the normal number of
chromosomes found in body cells.
What are?
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Haploid Cells Or Sex Cells
Back to Game
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Cat. 2 for 500
The four phases of mitosis.
What are?
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Prophase Metaphase Anaphase Telophase
Back to Game
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The father of genetics.
Who is?
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Gregor Mendel
Back to Game
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DAILY DOUBLE
DAILY DOUBLE
DAILY DOUBLE
DAILY DOUBLE
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DAILY DOUBLE
A condition where neither allele is dominant over
the other.
What is?
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Codominance
Back to Game
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Category 3 for 300
The likelihood that a certain event will occur.
What is?
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Probability
Back to Game
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Cat. 3 for 400
When an organism has dominant and recessive
alleles for a trait.
What is?
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Hybrid Or Heterozygous
Back to Game
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Any change in a gene or chromosome.
What is?
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Mutation
Back to Game
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A possible answer to a question.
What is?
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Hypothesis
Back to Game
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The variable in an experiment that the scientist
changes.
What is?
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Independent Variable Or Manipulated Variable
Back to Game
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The variable in an experiment that changes
because of a change in the IV.
What is?
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Dependent Variable Or Responding Variable
Back to Game
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Deciding whether or not your hypothesis is
correct.
What is?
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Conclusion
Back to Game
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After identifying the problem, this is the next
step.
What is?
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Research
Back to Game
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The cell organelle in which materials are
transported throughout the cell.
What is?
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Endoplasmic Reticulum
Back to Game
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Cat. 5 for 200
Cells that are similar in structure and function .
What is?
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Tissue
Back to Game
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Cat. 5 for 300
6H2O6CO2 C6H12O66O2 The process that takes
place in the chloroplasts.
What is?
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Photosynthesis
Back to Game
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Cat. 5 for 400
The process that moves water from high
concentrations to lower concentrations.
What is?
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Osmosis
Back to Game
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Cat. 5 for 500
What term is used when an organism grows its body
parts back?
What is?
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Regeneration
Back to Game
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