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Title: Jeopardy Author: Janet Walter Last modified by: epiotrowski Created Date: 6/20/2003 8:17:15 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Jeopardy


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Jeopardy
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Final Jeopardy
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1 - 100
  • Scientists assign each kind of organism a
    universally accepted name that consists of Genus
    and species. This system is known as ________.
  • Binomial nomenclature

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1 - 200
  • In taxonomy, a group at any level or organization
    is referred to as _________.
  • Taxon

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1 - 300
  • In Carl Linnaeus system of classification, how
    many taxonomic categories are used?
  • Seven

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1 - 400
  • The most general and largest category in
    Linnaeus system is the ___.
  • Kingdom

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1 - 500
  • Name one characteristic that the kingdom Fungi
  • and the kingdom Animalia have in common.
  • Heterotroph/No chlorophyll/Eukaryotic

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2 - 100
  • Scientific names are written in what language?
  • Greek and/or Latin

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2 - 200
  • The domain that corresponds to the kingdom
    Eubacteria is __________.
  • Bacteria

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2 - 300
  • The domain that contains unicellular organisms
    that live in extreme, harsh environments is _____.
  • Archaea

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2 - 400
  • The name Canis lupis is an example of ______.
  • Binomial nomenlature/ Genus and species
    descriptor name of an organism

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2 - 500
  • Two domains composed of only unicellular,
    prokaryotic organisms are _________.
  • Archae and Bacteria

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3 - 100
  • How many domains are there in the most current
    tree of life?
  • Three

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3 - 200
  • The branch of biology that names and groups
    organisms according to their characteristics and
    evolutionary history is called ____.
  • Taxonomy

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3 - 300
  • Horseplay or practical jokes in the laboratory
    are
  • Always against the rules.

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3 - 400
  • When are approved eye protection devices, such as
    goggles, are worn in the laboratory?
  • Any time chemicals, heat or glassware are used.

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3 - 500
  • What should not be worn in the laboratory?
  • A. Loose clothing
  • B. Dangling jewelry
  • C. Sandals

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4 - 100
  • What kingdom is a mushroom in?
  • Fungi

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4 - 200
  • Who was the scientist that developed the system
    of classifying organisms by assigning them a
    genus and species name?
  • Linnaeus

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4 - 300
  • How many kingdoms are there in the most current
    tree of life?
  • Six

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4 - 400
  • The organism Quercus phellos is a member of which
    genus?
  • Quercus

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4 - 500
  • Which kingdom has peptidoglycan in the cell walls
    of their cells.
  • Eubacteria

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5 - 100
  • What is used to culture bacteria in the lab.
  • Petri dish

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5 - 200
  • What is used in the lab to measure temperature in
    degrees Celcius?
  • Thermometer

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5 - 300
  • You are dissecting a frog. What piece of lab
    equipment is being used to
  • A. Cut through the skin and
  • B. Lift the organs
  • A. Scalpel
  • B. Forceps

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  • Who is known as the Father of Taxonomy?
  • Carl Linneaus

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5 - 500
  • Explain the word eukaryote?
  • An organism with a nucleus in its cells

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5 - 100
  • The largest group of animals in the animal
    kingdom is made up of
  • Invertebrates

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5 - 200
  • What is a cover slip used for?
  • To cover a specimen on a slide.

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4 - 300
  • What is wrong with the following?
  • canis lupis
  • Genus should be capitalized.
  • Underline when written or when typed use Italics
    Canis lupis or Canis lupis

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5 - 400
  • Who was the first person to classify living
    things and how did he classify them?
  • Aristotle
  • As plants and animals

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5 - 500
  • The movement used to smell a substance in the
    laboratory is called _______.
  • Wafting

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Final Jeopardy
  • What causes Red Tide?
  • Dinoflagellates
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