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Title: Blank Jeopardy


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Chapter 1 Classifying Living Things
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True or False Plant cells have a cell membrane.
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True
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What controls all of the functions of a cell?
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Nucleus
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Bacteria cells are different from other cells
because
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They dont have a nucleus.
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Name 2 ways humans are classified.
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Vertebrates and mammals
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Name all 5 parts of an animal cell.
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Vacuole, mitochondria, cell membrane, nucleus,
cytoplasm
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True or False Being without tubes or channels is
called vascular.
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False
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What is an animal without a backbone called?
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Invertebrate
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Give two examples of arthropods.
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Crabs, shrimps, spiders
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Daily Double
What two ways are bacteria helpful?
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They digest food and clean up oil spills.
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Name all 7 parts of a plant cell.
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Vacuole, mitochondria, cell wall, nucleus,
chloroplast, cell membrane, cytoplasm
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True or False Algae and protozoans are examples
of protists.
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True
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Any living thing is called an
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Organism
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Name the two parts of a plant cell that you wont
find in an animal cell.
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Chloroplast and cell wall
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What are the most numerous organisms on Earth?
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Bacteria
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What am I? I contain a vacuole, mitochondria,
cell membrane, nucleus, and cytoplasm.
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Animal Cell
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True or False An animal without a backbone is an
vertebrate.
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False
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_____________ means having tubes or channels.
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Vascular
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What is a tool that makes an object bigger than
it really is?
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Microscope
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____________ means too small to be seen with the
eyes alone.
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Microscopic
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Who am I and what am I missing? Vacuole,
mitochondria, cell wall, nucleus, chloroplast,
cell membrane
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Plant Cell Missingcytoplasm
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___________ are probably the oldest living
organisms.
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Bacteria
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What are the building blocks of life?
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Cells
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Who are classified by being vertebrates and
mammals?
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Humans
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Digesting food and cleaning up oils spills are
the two ways __________ are helpful.
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Bacteria
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Crabs, shrimps and spiders are examples of
____________.
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Arthropods
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