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Title: Final Review Jeopardy


1
Final Review Jeopardy
Ch 10 Risk Toxicology
Ch 8 Populations
Ch 11 Human Population
Ch 12 Air Pollution
Ch 8, 10, 11, 12

Q 100
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Q 200
Q 200
Q 200
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Q 300
Q 300
Q 300
Q 300
Q 300
Q 400
Q 400
Q 400
Q 400
Q 400
Q 500
Q 500
Q 500
Q 500
Q 500
Final Jeopardy
2
100 Question from Populations
This is a type of reproduction where the
offspring are exact copies of their parent
3
100 Answer from Populations
Asexual
4
200 Question from Populations
This is the term for the number of individuals of
a given species that can be sustained
indefinitely in a given space
5
200 Answer from Populations
Carrying capacity (k)
6
300 Question from Populations
These are the 3 types of dispersion of
individuals in a population
7
300 Answer from Populations
Random Uniform Clumped
8
400 Question from Populations
This type of species has a specialized niche and
usually has stable populations, close to the
carrying capacity
9
400 Answer from Populations
k-selected
10
500 Question from Populations
Give 3 examples of density-dependent factors
11
500 Answer from Populations
Competition Predation Herbivory Parasitism Disease
Stress
12
100 Question from Toxicology
This is the term for the amount of a poison that
will kill half of the test population
13
100 Answer from Toxicology
LD50
14
200 Question from Toxicology
This is the term for a scientific process of
investigating phenomena to estimate the level of
risk.
15
200 Answer from Toxicology
Risk assessment
16
300 Question from Toxicology
Name 2 of the 3 body systems that are affected by
hazardous chemicals
17
300 Answer from Toxicology
Immune Nervous Endocrine
18
400 Question from Toxicology
This type of chemical interaction multiplies
harmful effects
19
400 Answer from Toxicology
Synergistic
20
500 Question from Toxicology
Malaria is caused by this parasite
21
500 Answer from Toxicology
Plasmodium
22
100 Question from Human Population
This is the age range of individuals in the
reproductive age class
23
100 Answer from Human Population
15-44
24
200 Question from Human Population
This is the term for when factors that increase
and factors that decrease birth rate balance out
25
200 Answer from Human Population
Zero population growth
26
300 Question from Human Population
Birth and death rates are both high in this stage
of demographic transition
27
300 Answer from Human Population
Pre-industrial
28
400 Question from Human Population
This is the main killer of people of
post-reproductive age in Kenya
29
400 Answer from Human Population
HIV/AIDS
30
500 Question from Human Population
List 3 factors that lower birth rate
31
500 Answer from Human Population
Availability of birth control Age of
marriage Education Employment opportunities for
women Urbanization
32
100 Question from Air Pollution
These are the 2 major greenhouse gases
33
100 Answer from Air Pollution
Carbon dioxide water vapor
34
200 Question from Air Pollution
This is the layer of the atmosphere is home to
the ozone layer
35
200 Answer from Air Pollution
Stratosphere
36
300 Question from Air Pollution
Name one reason indoor air pollution is more
harmful than outdoor air pollution
37
300 Answer from Air Pollution
  • People spend more time indoors
  • Air circulates indoors

38
400 Question from Air Pollution
This is the term for the process of acid rain
drawing toxic metals out of compounds
39
400 Answer from Air Pollution
Leaching
40
500 Question from Air Pollution
This is why an earlier arrival spring would
increase insect levels in a given area
41
500 Answer from Air Pollution
Birds will not migrate back fast enough
42
100 Question from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
Ozone is created when O2 gas reacts with this
43
100 Answer from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
Sunlight
44
200 Question from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
This is the term for the increase in levels of a
toxin as it moves up a food chain/web
45
200 Answer from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
Biomagnification
46
300 Question from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
Give 1 example of a k-selected species
47
300 Answer from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
Humans Elephants Any large mammal
48
400 Question from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
These are the 2 indicators of overall health in a
population
49
400 Answer from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
Life expectancy Mortality rate
50
500 Question from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
  • These are the 3 ways that toxins enter an
    organisms body

51
500 Answer from Ch 8, 10, 11, 12
Inhalation Ingestion Absorption
52
Final Jeopardy
This type of species is not affected by
density-dependent limiting factors
53
Final Jeopardy Answer
Invasive species
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