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    • Final Jeopardy Question Organelles Huh? 100 Divide This! (Mitosis) ANYTHING GOES! 500 400 300 200 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 Insane in the Membrane! It’s only Cell Theory
    • Category 1 100 pts Back This scientist looked at cork cells under a microscope and gave “cells” their name.
    • Category 1 100 pts Answer Who is Robert Hooke? Back
    • Back Category 1 200 pts Living matter arising from non-living material is known as…
    • Category 1 200 pts Answer What is Spontaneous Generation? Back
    • Back Category 1 300 pts These are the three parts of the cell theory.
    • Category 1 300 pts Answer
      • What is…
      • Cells are the basic unit of life
      • 2. All living things are made up of one or more cells
      • 3. All cells come from preexisting cells?
      Back
    • Back Category 1 400 pts List the following organisms from largest to smallest: Amoeba Daphnia Epidermis
    • Daphnia Amoeba Epidermis Category 1 400 pts Answer Back
    • Back Category 1 500 pts This was the scientist who discovered that new cells are formed only by the division of previously existing cells
    • Catergory 1 500 pts Answer Rudolph Virchow (in 1855) Back
    • Category 2 100 pts Back This is the semi-jelly like environment in which most of the cell’s activities take place.
    • Category 2 100 pts Answer Cytoplasm or cystol Back
    • Back Category 2 200 pts These ballon-like spaces within the cytoplasm store waste and food and other substances the cell cannot use right away.
    • Category 2 200 pts Answer Back Vacuoles!!
    • Back Category 2 300 pts This type of cell has no cell wall, a nucleus, and mitochondria.
    • Category 2 300 pts Answer Animal Cell! Back
    • Back Category 2 400 pts Two differences between plant and animal cells.
    • Plants have a cell wall, and chloroplasts that animal cells do not Category 2 400 pts Answer Back
    • Back Category 2 500 pts This tough material makes cell walls thicker and more rigid than cell membranes.
    • Catergory 2 500 pts Answer Cellulose Back
    • Category 3 100 pts The majority of the cell membrane is composed of this… Back
    • Category 3 100 pts Answer Phospholipid bi-layer Back
    • Without these the cell would not recognize other cells Back Category 3 200 pts
    • Category 3 200 pts Answer Glycoproteins Back
    • Back Category 3 300 pts These guys facilitate selective transport of materials
    • Category 3 300 pts Answer Channel Proteins or Carrier proteins Back
    • Back Category 3 400 pts The current fluid mosaic model of the cell membrane was developed by these scientists
    • Davson and Danielli Category 3 400 pts Answer Back
    • You need these TWO things in order to facilitate high diffusion rates… Back Category 3 500 pts
    • Catergory 3 500 pts Answer Large Surface area AND Thin membrane! Back
    • Category 4 100 pts Back The phase where DNA duplication occurs
    • Category 4 100 pts Answer Interphase! Back
    • Back Category 4 200 pts Spindle fibers form in this stage
    • Category 4 200 pts Answer Metaphase Back
    • Back Category 4 300 pts Uh-oh! The centrioles are moving to the poles!
    • Category 4 300 pts Answer Late Prophase Back
    • Back Category 4 400 pts Ahhhh….I’m being pulled apart here!!!!
    • Late Anaphase! Category 4 400 pts Answer Back
    • Back Category 4 500 pts I stop cell division if the DNA is damaged
    • Catergory 4 500 pts Answer Tumor Suppressor Gene Back
    • Category 5 100 pts This was the previous Buddha’s temple record. Back
    • Category 5 100 pts Answer 64 Nails Back
    • What is the name of Mr. Steffens son? Back Category 5 200 pts
    • Category 5 200 pts Answer Reed! Back
    • Mr. Steffens wife teaches in the middle school. What subject does she teach? Back Category 5 300 pts
    • Category 5 300 pts Answer Science! Back
    • Back Category 5 400 pts It is where Mr. Steffens spends his summers…
    • California! Category 5 400 pts Answer Back
    • Which part of Dhaka does Mr. Lomax live? Back Category 5 500 pts
    • Catergory 5 500 pts Answer Barhidara Back
    • Category 6 100 pts There is always one correct frame of reference in a given situation. Back
    • Category 6 100 pts Answer TRUE Back
    • Motion must be measured relative to a frame of reference Back Category 6 200 pts
    • Category 6 200 pts Answer TRUE Back
    • Average speed always means that speed is constant. Back Category 6 300 pts
    • Category 6 300 pts Answer FALSE Back
    • Back Category 6 400 pts Speed is acceleration in a certain direction
    • FALSE Category 6 400 pts Answer Back
    • Acceleration and deceleration occur with change in velocity. Back Category 6 500 pts
    • Catergory 6 500 pts Answer TRUE Back
    • How many teachers work in the High School at AIS/D Back Final Jeopardy
    • Final Jeopardy Answer 39! Back
    • This Jeopardy Game was Created by: Sara Feltman, 5th Grade Teacher Scott Elementary School 1999-2000 School Year Revised: RLipkowitz 4/28/2000