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    • 1. FINAL REVIEW GAME START
    • 2.
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Cytokinesis Four daughter cells with half the number of chromosomes Spontaneous Generation
    • 3. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 4. 2. What is the result of meiosis? Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Cytokinesis Four daughter cells with half the number of chromosomes Spontaneous Generation
    • 5. Correct!!! Click for next question 2. What is the result of meiosis? Four daughter cells with half the number of chromosomes
    • 6. 3. What is the purpose of Mitosis? Growth and repair Division of mitochondria To produce sex cells To make a baby
    • 7. Correct!!! Click for next question 3. What is the purpose of Mitosis? Growth and repair
    • 8. 4. What is the purpose of Meiosis? Growth and repair Division of mitochondria To make a baby To produce sex cells
    • 9. Correct!!! Click for next question 4. What is the purpose of Meiosis? To produce sex cells
    • 10. 5. What is a gene? Alternate form of a gene can be dominant or recessive A copied chromosome Location of the genetics information A Protein
    • 11. Correct!!! Click for next question 5. What is a gene? Location of the genetics information
    • 12. 6. What does it mean if a geneotype is Homozygous? Means “same” two recessive or two dominate alleles (ww or WW) Means “different” one dominate, one recessive allele (Ww ) Means we have two chromosomes Two copies of DNA
    • 13. Correct!!! Click for next question 6. What does it mean if a genotype is Homozygous? Means “same” two recessive or two dominate alleles (ww or WW)
    • 14. 7. What does it mean if a geneotype is Heterozygous? Means we have two chromosomes Means “different” one dominate, one recessive allele (Ww) Means “same” two recessive or two dominate alleles (ww or WW) Two copies of DNA
    • 15. Correct!!! Click for next question 7. What does it mean if a geneotype is Heterozygous? Means “different” one dominate, one recessive allele (Ww)
    • 16. 8. What is Phenotype? A behavior that helps an organism survive A change in a chromosome or gene The genetic information (Ww) The observed Trait (ex. widows peak)
    • 17. Correct!!! Click for next question 8. What is Phenotype? The observed Trait (ex. widows peak)
    • 18. 9.  What is Genotype? The observed Trait (ex. widows peak) A change in a chromosome or gene The genetic information (Ww) A behavior or physical characteristic that helps an organism survive
    • 19. Correct!!! Click for next question 9.  What is Genotype? The genetic information (Ww)
    • 20. 10.  What is the purpose of a Punnett square? Shows possible outcomes from a genetic cross Creates offspring Shows which allele is dominate Shows which trait is dominate
    • 21. Correct!!! Click for next question 10.  What is the purpose of a Punnett square? Shows possible outcomes from a genetic cross
    • 22. 11. What is an adaptation? A behavior or physical characteristic that helps an organism survive The genetic information (Ww) The observed Trait (ex. widows peak) A change in a chromosome or gene
    • 23. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 24. 12. Who was Charles Darwin? Known as the father of genetics, studied pea plants. Developed the theory of natural selection Discovered “jumping genes” Discovered DNA structure
    • 25. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 26. 13. Who was Gergor Mendel? Developed the theory of natural selection Discovered DNA structure Known as the father of genetics, studied pea plants. Discovered “jumping genes”
    • 27. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 28. 14. What is a structural adaptation? The theory that individuals that are better adapted are more likely to survive and reproduce is called adaptation that involves a physical characteristics, like mimicry, protective coloration or camouflage The foundation of life Adaptations that involve a behavior, like seed dispersal, pollination, hibernation, homeostasis or migration.
    • 29. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 30. 15. What is a behavioral adaptation? An adaptation that involves a physical characteristics, like mimicry, protective coloration or camouflage The theory that individuals that are better adapted are more likely to survive and reproduce Adaptations that involve a behavior, like seed dispersal, pollination, hibernation, homeostasis or migration. The foundation of life
    • 31. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 32. 16. What is natural selection? An adaptation that involves a physical characteristics, like mimicry, protective coloration or camouflage Adaptations that involve a behavior, like seed dispersal, pollination, hibernation, homeostasis or migration. The theory that individuals that are better adapted are more likely to survive and reproduce is called The foundation of life
    • 33. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 34. 17. A widow peak is an example of: A single gene with multiple alleles A trait controlled by evil sprits (pure dominance) A traits controlled by many genes (incomplete dominance) A trait controlled by a single gene with multiple alleles (co-dominance)
    • 35. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 36. 18. Blood type is an example of: A single gene with multiple alleles A trait controlled by evil sprits (pure dominance) A trait controlled by a single gene with multiple alleles (co-dominance) A traits controlled by many genes (incomplete dominance)
    • 37. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 38. 19. Eye color is an example of: A single gene with multiple allele A traits controlled by many genes (incomplete dominance) A trait controlled by a single gene with multiple alleles (co-dominance) A trait controlled by evil sprits (pure dominance)
    • 39. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 40. 20. What is Matter A ratio of the mass of a substance to it’s volume The amount of space that matter occupies Anything that takes up space A measure of how much matter is in an object
    • 41. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 42. 21. What is Volume A ratio of the mass of a substance to it’s volume The amount of space that matter occupies Anything that takes up space A measure of how much matter is in an object
    • 43. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 44. 22. What is Mass A ratio of the mass of a substance to it’s volume The amount of space that matter occupies Anything that takes up space A measure of how much matter is in an object
    • 45. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 46. 23. What is Density A ratio of the mass of a substance to it’s volume The amount of space that matter occupies Anything that takes up space A measure of how much matter is in an object
    • 47. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 48. 24. The density of a block of wood with a volume of 50 ml and a mass of 100 grams is (the formula for density is Density = Mass  Volume) 5,000 g/ ml 3 500 g/ ml 3 2 g/ml 3 0.5 g/ ml 3
    • 49. Correct!!!
      • What is the result of mitosis?
      Two daughter cells with an equal number of chromosomes Click for next question
    • 50. 25. How can you explain why a helium balloon floats on air? The density of water is greater than the density of aluminum The density of aluminum is greater than the density of water The density of helium is greater than the density of air. The density of air is greater than the density of helium.
    • 51. 26. How can you explain why aluminum sinks in water? The density of water is greater than the density of aluminum The density of aluminum is greater than the density of water The density of helium is greater than the density of air. The density of air is greater than the density of helium.
    • 52. 27. What is a solid? A state of matter with a NO definite volume and NO definite shape Water A state of matter with a definite volume but NOT a definite shape A state of matter that has a definite shape and a definite volume
    • 53. 28. What is a liquid? A state of matter with a NO definite volume and NO definite shape Water A state of matter with a definite volume but NOT a definite shape A state of matter that has a definite shape and a definite volume
    • 54. 29. What is a gas? A state of matter with a NO definite volume and NO definite shape Water A state of matter with a definite volume but NOT a definite shape A state of matter that has a definite shape and a definite volume
    • 55. 30. Which of the three states above represents a gas? None C B A
    • 56. 30. Which of the three states above represents a Solid? None C B A
    • 57. 30. Which of the three states above represents a gas? None C B A
    • 58. 33. What is a melting point ? The change from a solid straight to a gas The point where a liquid changes to a Solid The change for a liquid to a gas The point where a solid changes to a liquid
    • 59. 33. What is Freezing ? The change from a solid straight to a gas The point where a liquid changes to a Solid The change for a liquid to a gas The point where a solid changes to a liquid
    • 60. 33. What is a boiling point ? The change from a solid straight to a gas The point where a liquid changes to a gas The change for a liquid to a gas The point where a solid changes to a liquid
    • 61. 36. What is an Element? A well-mixed mixture containing a solvent and a solute Two or more substances that are mixed A pure substance made up of two or more elements. A pure substance that cannot be broken down physically or chemically.
    • 62. 36. What is an Solution? A well-mixed mixture containing a solvent and a solute Two or more substances that are mixed A pure substance made up of two or more elements. A pure substance that cannot be broken down physically or chemically.
    • 63. 36. What is an Mixture? A well-mixed mixture containing a solvent and a solute Two or more substances that are mixed A pure substance made up of two or more elements. A pure substance that cannot be broken down physically or chemically.
    • 64. 36. What is an Compound? A well-mixed mixture containing a solvent and a solute Two or more substances that are mixed A pure substance made up of two or more elements. A pure substance that cannot be broken down physically or chemically.
    • 65. 40. What is the difference between a homogenous and a heterogeneous mixture? A homogenous mixture is where the particles are evenly mixed and a heterogeneous mixture they are unevenly mixed. A heterogeneous mixture is where the particles are evenly mixed and a homogenous mixture they are unevenly mixed.
    • 66. 41. What is an example of oxidation? Breathing Burning paper Rusting of an iron fence Embargo Act
    • 67. 42. What is reactivity? How quickly a chemical will enter a chemical reaction. The melting point How quickly a substance will boil How quickly a person can push a button
    • 68. 43. What are the groups of the periodic table? The metallic stairway The rows Metalliods The columns
    • 69. 43. What are the periods of the periodic table? The metallic stairway The rows Metalliods The columns
    • 70. 44. Which is NOT an indicator of a chemical reaction? It is reversible Color change Formation of precipitate Generation of gas
    • 71. 45. What is an Acid? A scale from 0-14 that represents the strength of an Acid or a base. A compound that changes color in the presence of an acids or a bases. A Substance that taste sour, reacts with metals and turns litmus paper red. A substance that taste bitter, feels slippery and turns litmus paper blue
    • 72. 45. What is an Base? A scale from 0-14 that represents the strength of an Acid or a base. A compound that changes color in the presence of an acids or a bases. A Substance that taste sour, reacts with metals and turns litmus paper red. A substance that taste bitter, feels slippery and turns litmus paper blue
    • 73. 45. What is an pH? A scale from 0-14 that represents the strength of an Acid or a base. A compound that changes color in the presence of an acids or a bases. A Substance that taste sour, reacts with metals and turns litmus paper red. A substance that taste bitter, feels slippery and turns litmus paper blue
    • 74. 45. What is an Indicator? A scale from 0-14 that represents the strength of an Acid or a base. A compound that changes color in the presence of an acids or a bases. A Substance that taste sour, reacts with metals and turns litmus paper red. A substance that taste bitter, feels slippery and turns litmus paper blue
    • 75. 50 . What is Physics? A branch of science that studies motion and energy A branch of science that studies the properties of matter A branch of science that studies the transfer of heat A branch of science that studies the interaction of organisms
    • 76. 51. What is Sir Isaac Newton famous for? Describing how to make apple sauce Describing the laws of motion Discovering how planets orbit the sun Dropping the properties of pennies
    • 77. 52. What is a reference point and how does it determine if something is in motion? A place you can call if you are lost. An object that is in motion A place that does not follow the laws of motion A place or object used for comparison to determine if something is in motion
    • 78. 53. Which of the following best explains how to determine speed? Speed= time/distance in a direction Speed= distance/time Speed= time/distance Speed=distance/time in a direction
    • 79. 54. What does the slope of this position-time graph represent? Constant inertia Changing velocity Changing inertia Constant velocity
    • 80. 54. What does the slope of this position-time graph represent? Constant inertia Changing velocity Changing inertia Constant velocity
    • 81. 55. Which of the following best describes acceleration? If an object changes it’s position Changing time Speed (velocity) /time Distance/time
    • 82. 57. Which of the following best explains velocity? Speed= time/distance in a direction Speed=distance/time in a direction Speed= time/distance Speed= distance/time
    • 83. Speed Velocity Inertia Acceleration 58. As Lance Armstrong rides his bicycle down Alp d’ Huez, his velocity changes. This is an example of:
    • 84. 59. What is net force? A force that always causes inertia A force that always pulls an object downward The combination of all forces acting on an object. The unit of measurement we use to measure force
    • 85. 60. What is a Newton? The unit of measurement we use to measure acceleration The unit of measurement we use to measure force The unit of measurement we use to measure gravity The unit of measurement we use to measure speed
    • 86. 61. What do unbalanced forces result in?? Heat An electrical current Motion No Motion
    • 87. 62. President Jackson and John C. Calhoun clashed over what crisis listed below that almost caused civil war between the north and south? Compromise of 1850 Treaty of Dancing Rabbit Creek Nullification Proclamation Whiskey Rebellion
    • 88. 63. What person was considered the leader of the “War Hawks” who helped start the War of 1812? Henry Clay Sam Houston James Madison Eli Whitney
    • 89. 64. Which person wrote the poem The Star Spangled Banner which was later set to music and became our National Anthem? Walt Whitman Francis Scott Key Mark Twain Harriet B. Stowe
    • 90. Old Ironsides Tom Thumb Enterprise Clermont 65. Which name listed below would NOT be associated with the Transportation Revolution?
    • 91. Uncle Tom’s Cabin Tale of Two Cities A Christmas Carol Common Sense 66. Which of the following items listed below describes France on the eve of the French Revolution?
    • 92. Plantation Vice-president Nullification Abolitionist 67. All of the following words could be associated with John C. Calhoun except…
    • 93. Article III Article II Bill of Rights Article I 68. Which section of the Constitution outlines the responsibilities of the Supreme Court in the Judicial Branch of the government?
    • 94. Republicans Anti-Federalists Federalists War Hawks 69. Which group shown below supported the Constitution, powerful business, and a strong central government?
    • 95. Thomas Jefferson Aaron Burr Henry Clay Edmond Genet 70. Which person listed below was a Federalist, vice-president and killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel?
    • 96. Preamble Political Party Quorum Republican 71. Which term below describes a group of people that have shared common ideas of how the government should be run?
    • 97. Apache Sioux Shoshone Mandan 72. Which Indian Nation shown below did Lewis & Clark NOT encounter on their journey west to the Pacific?
    • 98. Executive Judicial Congress Legislative 73. What branch of government would President Bush fall under?
    • 99. The Great Compromise Missouri Compromise 3/5’s Compromise Compromise of 1850 74. Which item listed below determined how slaves in southern slaves would be counted for taxes and population?
    • 100. Cherokee Iroquois Sioux Choctaws 75. Which Indian Nation shown below suffered on the Trail of Tears as a result of Jackson’s Removal Act?
    • 101. Democracy Veto Federalism Quorum 76. Which term shown below means you must have a majority of members of Congress present for a vote to count?
    • 102. Panic of 1837 Shays Reb. Whiskey Reb. Pontiac’s Reb. 77. Which crisis shown below proved the Articles of Confederation were not working and the new nation needed a stronger central government?
    • 103. STUDY FOR THE FINAL EXAM! RESTART
    • 104. SORRY TRY AGAIN! CONTINUE

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