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Title: Jeopardy


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Jeopardy
Scientific Reasoning
Life in Space
Ecological Succession
Catastrophic Events
Cells
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Final Jeopardy
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100 Question from Scientific Reasoning
While conducting a scientific investigation,
which of these steps usually occurs first?
  1. construct a graph
  2. communicate valid conclusions
  3. make accurate measurements
  4. formulate a testable hypothesis

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100 Answer from Scientific Reasoning
formulate a testable hypothesis
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200 Question from Scientific Reasoning
Which question is testable using the scientific
method? A. Do freshwater catfish eat more
frequently than saltwater catfish?B. Should the
countries of the world cooperate to eliminate
food shortages?C. Among cats, fish dogs which
are better pets?D. Does adding sugar to water
make it taste better?
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200 Answer from Scientific Reasoning
A. Do freshwater catfish eat more frequently than
saltwater catfish?
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300 Question from Scientific Reasoning
If the temperature of the water is increased,
then the dissolving rate of salt will also
increase. If this were your hypothesis, what
scientific equipment would you need to test it?
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300 Answer from Scientific Reasoning
Thermometer, stop watch, beaker, hot plate,
goggles, heat resistant gloves
8
400 Question from Scientific Reasoning
The graph shows the interior temperature of a box
with a heat lamp shining on its outside walls.
The best estimate of the interior temperature
after 5 hours is  A 50CB 55CC 60CD 65C
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400 Answer from Scientific Reasoning
C 60C
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500 Question from Scientific Reasoning
Some students grew plants of the same species in
soils with different pH values. Their data are
shown in the table above. The students
hypothesized that these plants grow best in soil
with a pH of 6.4 to 6.8. According to the data,
which of the following best supports the
hypothesis? 
F Plants in Groups 5 and 6 grew the most.G
Plants in Groups 1 and 2 grew the most.H Plants
in Groups 3, 4, and 5 grew the most.J Plants in
Groups 2, 3, and 4 grew the most.
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500 Answer from Scientific Reasoning
H Plants in Groups 3, 4, and 5 grew the most.
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100 Question from Cells
What organelle makes food for the plant cell?
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100 Answer from Cells
Chloroplast
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200 Question from Cells
What 2 organelles are found in plant cells, but
NOT animal cells?
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200 Answer from Cells
Cell wall Chloroplast
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300 Question from Cells
  • If something is entering either a plant or animal
    cell, it must pass through the ___.
  • Cell wall
  • Cell membrane
  • Vacuole
  • nucleus

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300 Answer from Cells
B. Cell membrane
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400 Question from Cells
What is the function of the cytoplasm in a
paramecium amoeba?
amoeba
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400 Answer from Cells
Support organelles
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500 Question from Cells
Name the organelle and function of the gold
shapes in the cells below.
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500 Answer from Cells
Vaculoes store water, nutrients and
wastes Animal-small and many Plant-1 large
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100 Question from Ecological Succession
  • What would most likely occur after an ecosystem
    is distrupted by a fire?
  • Ecosystem would return to its original state over
    time
  • Ecosystem would return to its previous state
    immediately
  • Ecosystem would evolve into a new ecosystem
    totally different from its original.
  • Ecosystem would become an ever changing
    environment with no stability.

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100 Answer from Ecological Succession
A. Ecosystem would return to its original state
over time
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200 Question from Ecological Succession
What is the primary species during primary
succession?
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200 Answer from Ecological Succession
Lichens sometimes mosses
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300 Question from Ecological Succession
  • Rockslide on the side of the mountain will cause
    which correct sequence?
  • Soil, lichens, trees, shrubs
  • Lichens, shrubs, trees soil
  • Shrubs, soil, trees, lichens
  • Lichens, soil, shrubs, trees

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300 Answer from Ecological Succession
D. Lichens, soil, shrubs, trees Why is this
primary succession?
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400 Question from Ecological Succession
What type of vegetation would you expect to find
on an abandoned farm that has remained
undisturbed for 150 years?
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400 Answer from Ecological Succession
Tall, mature trees
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500 Question from Ecological Succession
  • When a ecosystem has recovered after a tree
    logging event, what is this an example of?
  • Beginnings of secondary succession
  • Climax community pioneer species
  • Climax commuity primary succession
  • Climax community at equilibrium

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500 Answer from Ecological Succession
D. Climax community at equilibrium
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100 Question from Catastrophic Events
  • A tornado is approaching the Richmond, TX. What
    dangers should you expect?
  • Cold temperatures, blowing snow, and poor
    visibility
  • Funnel-shaped winds that can lift large objects
  • Lightning and hailstones
  • Flooding, large waves, and strong winds

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100 Answer from Catastrophic Events
B. Funnel-shaped winds that can lift large
objects
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200 Question from Catastrophic Events
  • If an earthquake occurred in the middle of the
    ocean, what will be the most likely affect of
    this event?
  • High winds knocking over trees
  • Storm surge washing away beaches
  • Massive ocean waves destroy coastal habitats
  • Landslides destroy plant life and displace
    wildlife

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200 Answer from Catastrophic Events
C. Massive ocean waves destroy coastal
habitats Why is it NOT B) Storm surge washing
away beaches?
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300 Question from Catastrophic Events
  • What is the result if a hurricane caused damage
    in an area?
  • Area would remain uninhabited for centuries
  • Stable ecosystem would be reestablished in a year
  • A ecosystem similar to original will eventually
    reestablish if climate is stable
  • Stable ecosystem will be different from the
    original

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300 Answer from Catastrophic Events
C. A ecosystem similar to original will
eventually reestablish if climate is stable
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400 Question from Catastrophic Events
  • If a hurricane makes landfall, what is the best
    prediction of what we should expect?
  • New landform is created
  • Massive movement of soil and sediment due to
    gravity
  • Slow movement excessive flooding
  • Loss of habitat with fast winds

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400 Answer from Catastrophic Events
Tall, mature trees
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500 Question from Catastrophic Events
What kind of natural disaster helps some forest
communities by allowing some trees to release
their seeds, by clearing away deadwood, and by
encouraging new growth?
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500 Answer from Catastrophic Events
Fire
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100 Question from Life in Space
  • In order for life survive on Mars, what do all
    living organisms need to survive?
  • Roots, leaves, stems
  • Lungs, heart, eyes
  • Light, soil, nutrients
  • Air, nutrients, water

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100 Answer from Life in Space
D. Air, nutrients, water
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200 Question from Life in Space
  • Which would be least important in determining
    life on a planet?
  • Distance from sun
  • Presence of water
  • Presence of soil
  • Composition of atmosphere

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200 Answer from Life in Space
C. Presence of soil
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300 Question from Life in Space
  • How does Earths atmosphere sustains life?
  • It does not affect life.
  • Made mostly of oxygen so we can breath.
  • Acts as a protective barrier from heat and
    harmful rays.
  • With it, we would float into
  • space.

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300 Answer from Life in Space
C. Acts as a protective barrier from heat and
harmful rays.
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400 Question from Life in Space
  • Which of the following is an important reason why
    Mercury does not support human life?
  • Mercury does not have a moon
  • Mercury is smaller than Earth
  • Mercury does not have an atmosphere for humans to
    breath
  • The days on Mercury are much longer than the days
    on Earth.

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400 Answer from Life in Space
c) Mercury does not have an atmosphere for
humans to breath
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500 Question from Life in Space
  • What conclusion can be
  • made about the ability of
  • humans to breathe
  • Martian air?
  •  
  • Life support will be needed
  • because the percentage of
  • oxygen is too low.
  • B. It will be impossible to breathe because the
    percentage of nitrogen is too low.
  • C. Oxygen and nitrogen will make it possible for
    photosynthesis to produce food.
  • D. Humans will be able to breathe the air because
  • oxygen is present.

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500 Answer from Life in Space
  • Life support will be needed
  • because the percentage of
  • oxygen is too low.

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Final Jeopardy
What are the 2 types of cells?
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Final Jeopardy Answer
Plant Cell Animal Cell
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