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Jeopardy Exam 1

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  • 1. Welcome to Jeopardy!
  • 2. Mets Stinkees Red Sox Jeopardy Final Jeopardy
  • 3. 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Lab Safety Lab Tools Experimental Design Characteristics of Life Microscope Life Functions Jeopardy
  • 4. $100 You should put these on when working with chemicals or when heating to protect your eyes.
  • 5. $100 What are safety goggles? Scores
  • 6. $200 Always point this away from you and others when heating.
  • 7. $200 What are test tubes? Scores
  • 8. $300 Always cut away from yourself when you are using this tool during dissection.
  • 9. $300 What is a scalpel? Scores
  • 10. $400 Do not put the dropper directly in the bottle and do not return used substances to the original bottle.
  • 11. $400 What is contamination? Scores
  • 12. $500 Wash immediately with cold water and notify your teacher.
  • 13. $500 What is what you do when you get chemicals in your eyes or on you skin? Scores
  • 14. $100 The tools to measure length, mass, volume, and time.
  • 15. $100 What is a metric ruler, balance/scale, graduated cylinder, and a watch/clock? Scores
  • 16. $200 Used to see details of specimens that are nanometers small.
  • 17. $200 What is the electron microscope? Scores
  • 18. $300 Used to take a hot beaker off of the hot plate.
  • 19. $300 What are tongs? Scores
  • 20. Daily Double
  • 21. $400 This instrument separates mixtures by density.
  • 22. $400 What is an ultracentrifuge? Scores
  • 23. $500 Due to this important tool, advances in scientific discovery and collaboration between scientists is possible.
  • 24. $500 What is the computer? Scores
  • 25. Qualitative and quantitative observations are made in this step of the scientific method. $100
  • 26. $100 What is “Record data and make observations”? Scores
  • 27. $200 Controlled variables, or things that need to be the same in both the control group and the experimental group(s).
  • 28. $200 What are constants? Scores
  • 29. $300 Name 2 experimental design flaws that would make the results unreliable.
  • 30. $300
    • Data are based on small samples
    • Experiment not controlled
    • Bias
    Scores
  • 31. $400 The only difference between the control group and the experimental group.
  • 32. $400 What is the independent variable? Scores
  • 33. $500 The part of the experiment that is observed and recorded as your data. Also known as the responding variable.
  • 34. $500 What is the dependent variable? Scores
  • 35. $100 When cold, lizards move into the sun to raise their body temperature while humans shiver. This maintenance of a stable internal environment is known as…
  • 36. $100 Scores What is homeostasis?
  • 37. $200 Name 3 life functions carried out by this single-celled organism.
  • 38. $200 Respiration, Transport, Nutrition, Excretion Scores
  • 39. $300 The dissolved carbon dioxide in a lake is used directly by autotrophs for two life processes.
  • 40. $300 What are synthesis and nutrition? Scores
  • 41. The sum of all the life functions. $400
  • 42. $400 What is metabolism? Scores
  • 43. $500 Cockroaches have been on this earth for millions of years, even before the dinosaurs . The cockroach species still exists because it was able to carry out this characteristic of life that the dinosaurs could not.
  • 44. $500 What is evolution or evolve? Scores
  • 45. $100 This part should adjusted after switching the objective lenses.
  • 46. $100 What is the diaphragm? Scores
  • 47. $200 The highest total magnification of a microscope if the low power is 20x and the high power is 75x and the ocular is 10x.
  • 48. $200 What is 750x? Scores
  • 49. $300 The ability of the microscope to distinguish many different points. Ex: Magazine paper had many different ink colors.
  • 50. $300 What is resolving power or resolution? Scores
  • 51. $400
  • 52. $400 What is 1000 micrometers? Scores
  • 53. $500 The reason why a swimming microscopic organism comes in and out of focus.
  • 54. $500 What is the depth of field is changing? Scores
  • 55. $100 Eating lunch is part of this life function.
  • 56. $100 What is nutrition? Scores
  • 57. $200 Aerobic uses oxygen and anaerobic to make stored energy in food available to the cell as a part of this life function.
  • 58. $200 What is respiration? Scores
  • 59. $300 Your heart, vessels, and blood function to accomplish this life function .
  • 60. $300 What is transport? Scores
  • 61. This life function is not necessary for the survival of the individual. $400
  • 62. $400 What is reproduction? Scores
  • 63. $500 What life function helps maintain glucose levels in our blood- you need to generally explain how?
  • 64. $500 What is nutrition, regulation, transport? Scores
  • 65. Final Jeopardy Scores Life Functions Final Jeopardy Question
  • 66. Describe how 2 life functions interact to maintain homeostasis in the human body.
  • 67. Answers may vary. Scores
  • 68. Describe how two life functions work together to maintain homeostasis. $200
  • 69. Final Jeopardy Answers may vary. Scores
  • 70. $400 Volume of liquid and name of the curve
  • 71. $400 What is the meniscus and 26 milliliters? Scores
  • 72. $600 Temperature in Celsius of human with a fever.
  • 73. $600 40 degrees celsius. Scores
  • 74. $800 1/1,000,000
  • 75. $800 What is a nanometer? Scores
  • 76. $1000 The diameter (in micrometers) of the field of view in 400x if the diameter in 40x is 3.2 mm.
  • 77. $1000 What is 800 micrometers? Scores
  • 78. $200 The final image under the microscope. “ Pizza Pants”
  • 79. $200 What is Pizza Pants? Scores
  • 80. Daily Double
  • 81. $400 Like the Iris of your eye!
  • 82. $400 What is the diaphragm? Scores
  • 83. $600 The largest organism…
  • 84. $600 What is 3? Scores
  • 85. $800 Procedure to study organisms on a slide.
  • 86. $800 What is a wet mount? Scores
  • 87. $1000 The approximate size of this organism.
  • 88. $1000 What is 600 micrometers? Scores
  • 89. $200 Enter Answer Here for Category 3 - Question 1
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  • 103. Daily Double
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