Jeopardy Answers will only be received in question form : Question: Distal from your knee, inferior to your ankle. Example: “What is your foot?” <ul><li>Rules for Bonus Questions: </li></ul><ul><li>Points are Doubled </li></ul><ul><li>If the team answering does NOT get it right, then the next team to answer correctly gets the points. </li></ul><ul><li>Team may chose to not answer the Bonus Question [no pts removed] </li></ul><ul><li>*Contestants have 10 seconds to answer* </li></ul>
Rules <ul><li>One person per team will raise their hand </li></ul><ul><li>One person will answer for the team </li></ul><ul><li>If Answering Team is incorrect then points are deducted </li></ul><ul><li>The next Team to Raise their hand will get the chance to answer. </li></ul><ul><li>WE Play for the PRIZE!!! </li></ul>2 Free Answers on the Final
What would happen if the Acronym RUN SLIMED were expanded to full words? [In Order of the letters] What is Respiratory/Reproductive, Urinary, Nervous, Skeletal, Lymphatic, Integumentary, Muscular, Endocrine, Digestive 3 Points Bonus: Devise your OWN Acronym for the Systems we will have covered. (you have 30 seconds…no rush) 4 points
Rectus Femoris, Vastus Medialis, Sartorius, Vastus Lateralis are in involved when doing this –Blank- Motion of the lower leg? What is Extension? 2 Points
The hidden Rage that is Carli would be what type of Energy? What is Potential? Bonus point: If someone told you they just saw the Caudal fin of a Ahi. Can you tell what does “Caudal” means? What is Tail? 1 Point
If you had Osteoporosis in your Tibia and it broke, because you got hit in the leg with a tricycle of a passing child. What mostly likely is the type of fracture you would receive? ? What is a Comminuted Fracture? 5 points Bonus: If one started growing after puberty, what part of the bone would be the most influential? What is the Epiphyseal plate?
An antonym (a word that has the opposite meaning) for Lateral What is Medial? 1 Point
What is the problem with saying this!?!?! (what’s wrong with the statement) The Nucleus contains DNA, has holes in its membrane called “Nuclear pores” and Chromosomes are just unwound DNA combined with Protein ? Bonus Question: At what age did Mr. Jackson change hands he uses to write with? What is Ten years old? 2 Points What is Chromosomes…blah blah blah?
What is this Molecule? What is a Disaccharide or Polysaccharide? 3 Points MULTIGUESS BONUS What is Conjugated Linolaic Acid? What is the backbone of all Hormones? What is a Chromosomal Adjunct? What is a Monosaccharide?
What must FIRST happen for a Motor Unit to be triggered? What is an Action Potential must be reached? Bonus Question: If many Goose’s are Geese and many Mouse’s are Mice, what is the plural for many Moose’s ? What is Moose? 2 Points
What Anatomical description is similar to if not synonymous to the front of the body? What is Anterior? 1 Point What is Lateral? What is Medial? What is Posterior? What is Transverse? MULTIGUESS YAY!!!!
True/False: The Volkmann’s canals are the vertical spaces in which Blood vessels are impregnated in bones. What is False? Bonus Question: If you took the total number of chapters we covered times that number by 12 and divided that by Mr. Jackson’s IQ what number would you get ? What is Zero? 2 Points ~He’s a Genius~
When Circumduction of the arm takes place these 4 muscles are included Deltoids, Pectoralis Major, Trapezius and …? What is Pectoralis Minor? 5 Points What is Rhomboid Minor? What is Rhomboid Major? What is Latissimus Dorsi ? What is Levator Scapulae? MULTIGUESS BONUS !!!!! Because I can…that’s why
The skin upper most layer is described in this directional term? What is Supernatural? 1 Point MULTIGUESS BONUS What is Superficial? What is Longitudinal? What is Interior? What is Deep?
What is the word for Turning DNA into a mRNA ? What is the Transcription? 2 Points Bonus: How many Nucleotides make up a CODON? What is 3?
Maintaining Posture, Joint Stabilization, Heat Generation, Movement are functions of what Tissue System? What is Muscle? Bonus Question: The relationship between 2 opposing Muscle groups is that of …? What is “one contracts and the another relaxes” ? 2 Points
True/False: A tendon is a protein What is True? 1 Point
True/False: The Long bones consist of: Humerus, Radius, Ulna, Carpals, Femur, Tibia and Fibula. What is False? Bonus Question: True/False: The Second Stage of Bone repair is when: elastic cartilage and spongy bone form and blood vessels grow into the area. ? What is False? 2 Points
Close to the origin to the body mass is described as… What is Proximal? 1 Point MULTIGUESS YAY!!!! What is Flexion? What is Top Dead Center? What is Distal? What is “Ummm…What?”
Bonus !!!! You get into an argument with your friend and he’s getting stupid so you kick him in the JUNK. What cavity does he feel the pain? What is the Pelvic Cavity 4 POINTS!!
The Foot is described in this directional term in relation to the KNEE… What is Distal? 2 Points I don’t dance, EVER!!
If you take the number of unfused vertebrae in the spine, and added the number of saddle joints in the Appendicular skeleton to that number, what number would you have? What is 26? Bonus Question: What does the spinous process protect? What is the SPINE CHORD? 4 Points
Momentum Changer!!! What Nationality is Mr. Jackson’s? What is “Mostly Vietnamese and African American” 10 points I’m mixed…Deal with it.
From Deep to Superficial Name the layers of Skin in the Palm or Soles of your Feet. What is Hypodermis, Dermis, Stratum: Basale, Spinosum, Granulosum, Lucidum, Corneum? 4 Points
True/False: The Long bones consist of: Humerus, Radius, Ulna, Carpals, Femur, Tibia and Fibula. What is False? Bonus Question: True/False: The Irregular bones of the body consist of Vertebrae, the Pelvic Girdle and the Patella . ? What is False? 2 Points
Nucleotides consist of what 3 things? What is the Sugar, Phosphate Group & Nitrogenous Base? Bonus question: What is Mr. Jackson’s HS Senior Year Quote ? What is “I’m KIND…just NOT your KIND”? 3 Points
True/False: “-ase” denotes a Protein based molecule What is True? 1 Point
The decrease of the angle of a joint is called What is Flexion? Bonus Question: What occurs when Acetylcholine gets broken down ? What is Muscle Relaxation? 2 Points
A Bullet fired from a gun is what type of ENERGY? What is Kinetic Energy? 2 Points The Matrix has you now…
True/False: An Active site is the part on the Quaternary structure of a protein that other molecules bind to due to shape and charge. What is True? 1 Point
What is this Molecule? What is a Monosaccharide? 3 Points
Vit D, Sex Hormones, Cholesterol & Steroids are What type Organic Molecule? What is Lipids? 2 Points
True/False: “Denaturing” is when a proteins 3D structure comes apart What is True? 1 Point
True/False: Another word for Enzyme is Catalyst What is True? 1 Point
True/False: ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate ? What is True? 2 Points BONUS: What is it about ATP that makes it soooo important to the body? What is “The breaking of the Phosphate bond”
What does IPMAT stand for? What is the order of Mitosis [Interphase, Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, Telophase]? 3 Points
Where the mRNA feeds through and the protein chain is assembled What is a Ribosome? Bonus Question: What it called when a mRNA attaches itself to a Ribosome and produces a protein chain ? What is Translation? 2 Points
What is the only thing I expect of you as a student in my class? What is “To do your BEST”? 2 Points
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