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Title: Blank Jeopardy


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Respiration/Fermentation/Photosynthesis
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  • How does photosynthesis benefit heterotrophs
  • It creates clean air
  • It creates food they can eat
  • It eliminates harmful sugars
  • It adds carbon dioxide to the air.

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B. It creates food that they can eat.
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Under which of the following conditions is
lactic-acid fermentation most likely to occur? A.
Playing video games B. A very fast run C.
Sleeping D. A long walk
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B. A very fast run
6
  • When two or more elements combine chemically,
    they form
  • Lipid
  • element
  • atom
  • compound

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D. compound
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  • The stage of respiration that releases most of
    the energy in glucose occurs in the
  • mitochondria
  • cytoplasm
  • chloroplast
  • nucleus

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A. mitochondria
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  • Enzymes are important because they
  • Speed up chemical reactions
  • Contain water
  • Contain genetic material
  • Help the cell maintain its shape

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A. Speed up chemical reactions
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  • What captures energy from sunlight during
    photosynthesis
  • Solar cells
  • Stomata
  • Carbohydrates
  • Chlorophyll and other pigments

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D. Chlorophyll and other pigments
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  • Which term refers to the diffusion of water
    molecules through a selectively permeable
    membrane?
  • Osmosis
  • Passive transport
  • Active transport
  • Engulfing

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A. osmosis
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  • What happens during respiration?
  • Oxygen is released into the air
  • Water and carbon dioxide are converted into
    energy
  • Glucose is broken down, releasing energy
  • Carbohydrates are released into the bloodstream

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C. Glucose is broken down, releasing energy
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  • All organic compounds contain the element
  • Water
  • Nitrogen
  • Oxygen
  • Carbon

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D. Carbon
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  • What are the products of photosynthesis?
  • Carbon dioxide and sugars
  • Oxygen and water
  • Oxygen and sugars
  • Carbon dioxide and water

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C. Oxygen and sugars
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  • In which of these does alcoholic fermentation
    occur?
  • Carbon dioxide
  • Lactic acid
  • Muscle cells
  • Yeast

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D. Yeast
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  • Together, respiration and photosynthesis keep the
    levels of carbon dioxide and oxygen in the
    atmosphere
  • Constantly changing
  • Fairly constant
  • Constantly decreasing
  • Constantly increasing

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B. Fairly constant
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How are photosynthesis and respiration
related? A. They are the same equation B. They
both produce carbon dioxide C. They have opposite
equations D. They both produce oxygen.
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C. They have opposite equations
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  • Sugar molecules can combine with one another to
    form large molecules called
  • Proteins
  • Enzymes
  • Lipids
  • Starches

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D. Starches
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  • Which term refers to the movement of molecules
    from an area of higher concentration to an area
    of lower concentration?
  • Active transport
  • Collision
  • Concentration
  • Diffusion

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D. Diffusion
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  • The energy releasing process that does not
    require oxygen is called
  • respiration
  • photosynthesis
  • fertilization
  • fermentation

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D. fermentation
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  • Which term refers to the movement of materials
    through a cell membrane without using the cells
    energy?
  • collision
  • concentration
  • passive transport
  • active transport

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C. passive transport
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  • Why is water important for a cell?
  • Most chemical reactions in cells require water.
  • Water is the main ingredient in DNA
  • All proteins are made of water.
  • Water is an essential organic compound for the
    body.

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A. Most chemical reactions in cells require water.
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  • A DNA molecule is shaped like a
  • Triple helix
  • Spiral staircase
  • Long, thin rod.
  • Straight ladder

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B. Spiral staircase
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  • What happens during photosynthesis?
  • The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make
    food.
  • The cell uses oxygen to make food.
  • The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make
    carbon dioxide.
  • The cell uses glucose to make oxygen.

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  • The cell uses the energy in sunlight to make
    food.

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Is oxygen required for the stage of respiration
that takes place in mitochondria?
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YES
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Is oxygen required for the stage of respiration
that takes place in the cytoplasm?
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NO
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  • What are the raw materials for respiration?
  • Oxygen and water
  • Glucose and oxygen
  • Carbon dioxide and water
  • Glucose and carbon dioxide

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B. Glucose and oxygen
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  • What are the products of respiration?
  • water and oxygen
  • glucose and oxygen
  • carbon dioxide and oxygen
  • water and carbon dioxide

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D. water and carbon dioxide
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Compare the amount of energy released by the
stage of respiration that takes place in the
cytoplasm with the amount released in the stage
of respiration that takes place in the
mitochondria.
51
Explain the following statement Photosynthesis
and respiration are opposite processes.
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