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Title: Jeopardy


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Jeopardy
Zach Routh
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Cells
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Photosynthesis
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Respiration
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Cell Division
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Molecular Genetics
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Evolution Classification
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Cells
Photosynthesis
Respiration
Cell Division
Molecular Genetics
Evolution Classification
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Double Jeopardy!
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Cells
The figure below is a representative of this type
of cell.
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Cells
What is the Animal Cell
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Cells
The left column represents this type of solution
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Cells
What is hypotonic
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Cells
This mimics the substrate, competing for an
active cite.
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Cells
What is a competitive inhibitor
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Cells
DNA is concentrated here
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Cells
What is the nucleoid
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Cells
These fasten cells together into strong sheets.
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Cells
What are desomosomes
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Photosynthesis
Photosynthesis happens here
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Photosynthesis
What are chloroplasts
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Photosynthesis
Plants make sugar through this
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Photosynthesis
What is the Calvin Cycle
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Photosynthesis
Light reactions are carried out by molecules in
this
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Photosynthesis
What is the thylakoid membranes
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Photosynthesis
ATP debt is solved by this
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Photosynthesis
What is the Cyclic electron flow
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Photosynthesis
Photorespiration presents a major problem for
these plants because they have no special
adaptations to reduce the process.
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Photosynthesis
What are C3 Plants
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Respiration
This is the first stage of Cellular Respiration
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Respiration
Glycolysis
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Respiration
Food is metabolized into one of these three types
fuel
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Respiration
What are carbs, proteins, and fats
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Respiration
These figures represent two types of this
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Respiration
What is fermentation
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Respiration
Oxidation of pyruvate happens here
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Respiration
What is the mitochondria
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Respiration
Pyruvate is converted to acetyl CoA here
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Respiration
The junction between glycolysis and the citric
acid cycle
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Cell Division
These are the two major phases of the eukaryotic
cell cycle
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Cell Division
Interphase and mitotic phase
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Cell Division
This is the first subphase of interphase
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Cell Division
G1
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Cell Division
Mitosis produces these
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Cell Division
Two genetically identical cells.
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Cell Division
In an animal cell a cleavage furrow helps divide
the cell but in plants this creates a division
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Cell Division
What is a cell plate
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Cell Division
This is the shortest stage of mitosis
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Cell Division
What is Anaphase
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Molecular Genetics
Any cell with two chromosome sets is this
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Molecular Genetics
What is a diploid cell
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Molecular Genetics
Another name for homologous chromosomes
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Molecular Genetics
What are homologues
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Molecular Genetics
The stages of transcription are
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Molecular Genetics
Initiation, elongation and termination
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Molecular Genetics
This figure shows this
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Molecular Genetics
What is translation
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Molecular Genetics
One gene influences many different
characteristics in this type of inheritance
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Molecular Genetics
What is Pleiotropy
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Evolution Classification
Gene flow is interrupted when a population is
divided into geographically isolated
sub-populations in this
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Evolution Classification
What is allopatric speciation
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Evolution Classification
These include descendants, but not the common
ancestor, of all species in the group
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Evolution Classification
What are polyphyletic groups
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Evolution Classification
This model states that evolution is a slow,
continuous process
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Evolution Classification
What is gradualism
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Evolution Classification
The figure below shows this
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Evolution Classification
What is genetic drift
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Evolution Classification
The 5 requirements of the Hardy-Weinberg
Equilibrium include this
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Evolution Classification
What are large population, isolated population,
no net mutations, random mating, and no natural
selection.
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Double Jeopardy!!!
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Plant Systems
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Animal Systems
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Ecology
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Labs
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Biotechnology
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Things we didnt cover
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Plant Systems
Animal Systems
Ecology
Labs
Biotechnology
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Final Jeopardy!
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Plant Systems
The male organs of a flower are known as this
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Plant Systems
What are stamens
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Plant Systems
Pine trees can be classified as this because of
their cone bearing ability
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Plant Systems
What is a conifer
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Plant Systems
Growth in length of plants in sustained
throughout the plants life by this
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Plant Systems
What is the apical meristem
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Plant Systems
Plants respond to external signals through this
mechanism
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Plant Systems
What is tropism
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Plant Systems
Double fertilization is unique to these plants
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Plant Systems
What are angiosperms
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Animal Systems
These animals are craniates that have a backbone
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Animal Systems
What are vertebrates
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Animal Systems
According to the phylogenic tree mammals are most
closely related to these scaly creatures
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Animal Systems
What are reptiles
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Animal Systems
The third stage of food processing, allow animals
to gain nutrient through this
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Animal Systems
What is absorption
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Animal Systems
This organ system consists of skin and its
derivatives
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Animal Systems
What is the integumentary system
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Animal Systems
This is hormone secreted by the small intestine
after meals, acting as an appetite suppressant
that counters ghrelin
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Animal Systems
What is PYY
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Ecology
Many animals emit odors known as these in order
to communicate
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Ecology
What are pheromones
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Ecology
Exponential growth is slowed when this is reached
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Ecology
What is the carrying capacity
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Ecology
The coloration of King snakes displays what type
of mimicry
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Ecology
What is Batesian
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Ecology
Rachel Carson wrote this important book on
environmentalism
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Ecology
What is Silent Spring
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Ecology
This type of learning is gained through trial and
error
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Ecology
What is Operant Conditions
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Labs
Diffusion can occur in gases, in liquids, or
through these.
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Labs
What are solids
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Labs
In our CSI Lab this was used in the replication
of DNA
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Labs
What is gel electrophoresis
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Labs
The alteration of the active site is known as
this
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Labs
What is an induced fit
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Labs
Nuclear division is usually followed by division
of the this
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Labs
What is the cytoplasm
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Labs
Blood pressure is highest here.
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Labs
What is the aorta
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Biotechnology
In 1990 this project was begun to map all human
genes
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Biotechnology
What is the Human Genome Project
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Biotechnology
This is the most commonly used vector for
introducing new genes into plant cells
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Biotechnology
Ti Plasmid
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Biotechnology
This is DNA in which nucleotide sequences from
two different sources are combined in vitro into
the same DNA molecule
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Biotechnology
What is Recombinant DNA
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Biotechnology
This is a simple and fast method for silencing
selected genes
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Biotechnology
RNAi
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Biotechnology
An animal with genes that have been inserted from
another animal in known as one of these
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Biotechnology
What are transgenic animals
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Things we didnt cover
The amount of nutrients that can be absorbed by
plants without damaging ecosystem integrity is
known as this
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Things we didnt cover
What is the critical load
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Things we didnt cover
The production of as many offspring as possible
in one reproductive event is known as this
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Things we didnt cover
What is semelparity
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Suggesting that each boundary between each fossil
layer was caused by a catastrophe is known as this
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What is catastrophism
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Things we didnt cover
When one gene influences many different
characteristics it is known as this
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Things we didnt cover
Pleiotropy
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Things we didnt cover
The hypothesis below is known as
this. Terrestrial herbivores consume relatively
little plant biomass because they are held in
check by a variety of factors, including
predators, parasites, and disease.
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Things we didnt cover
What is the Green World Hypothesis
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Final Jeopardy!!!
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Final Jeopardy!!!
An individual organism splits into two roughly
equal-sized organisms, which then grow to the
size of the original through this process
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Final Jeopardy!!!
What is fission
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