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  • 1. Instructions for using this template.
    • Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where I have “Question” should be the student’s response.
    • To enter your questions and answers, click once on the text on the slide, then highlight and just type over what’s there to replace it. If you hit Delete or Backspace, it sometimes makes the text box disappear.
    • When clicking on the slide to move to the next appropriate slide, be sure you see the hand, not the arrow. (If you put your cursor over a text box, it will be an arrow and WILL NOT take you to the right location.)
  • 2. Jeopardy Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
  • 3. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy
  • 4. Community Interactions Human Population Threats To Biodiv. Wild Card Potpourri 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 10 Point 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 30 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 40 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points 50 Points Bio- diversity
  • 5. Answer - 10 points A relationship in which one animal is hunted and the other is the hunter
  • 6. Question - 10 pts What is predator-prey? Return to Board
  • 7. Answer – 20 pts The three types of symbiosis
  • 8. Question – 20 pts What are commensalistic, mutualistic, and parasitic? Return to Board
  • 9. Answer – 30 pts This is one example of a density-independent cause of death
  • 10. Question – 30 pts What are natural disasters, unusual weather, seasonal changes, human interference? Return to Board
  • 11. Answer – 40 pts The carrying capacity of an ecosystem is determined by this.
  • 12. Question – 40 pts What is limited availability of resources? Return to Board
  • 13. Answer – 50 pts An example of coevolution.
  • 14. Question – 50 pts Answers vary – any mutualistic or parasitc relationship applies Return to Board
  • 15. Answer – 10 pts A population pyramid is made this way.
  • 16. Question – 10 pts What is graphing the age structure at any given time? Return to Board
  • 17. Answer – 20 pts The rate of growth when every pair of a population has two children (replacement rate)
  • 18. Question – 20 pts What is zero growth? Return to Board
  • 19. Answer – 30 pts One reason the human population has expanded so rapidly in the past 200 years.
  • 20. Question – 30 pts What is the Industrial Revolution, improved infrastructure, low death rate with high birth rate, etc.? Return to Board
  • 21. Answer – 40 pts The best way to decrease fertility rates in women.
  • 22. Question – 40 pts What is educating women in family planning techniques? Return to Board
  • 23. Answer – 50 pts Two factors described in a demographic transition model
  • 24. Question – 50 pts What are birth rates, death rates, fertility rates, life expectancy, industrialization, education level, etc? Return to Board
  • 25. Answer – 10 pts A species that is almost extinct.
  • 26. Question – 10 pts What is an endangered species? Return to Board
  • 27. Answer – 20 pts Biodiversity that looks at the variety of habitats.
  • 28. Question – 20 pts What is ecosystem diversity? Return to Board
  • 29. Answer – 30 pts The estimated number of species on Earth.
  • 30. Question – 30pts What is 10 million? Return to Board
  • 31. Answer – 40 pts The location of many biodiversity hot spots.
  • 32. Question – 40 pts What are tropical rain forests, islands, and coastal areas? Return to Board
  • 33. Answer – 50 pts The five arguments to protect biodiveristy.
  • 34. Question – 50pts What are medicinal, agricultural, ethical, aesthetic, and recreational? Return to Board
  • 35. Answer – 10 pts The world is in the middle of the largest ______ since the dinosaurs died.
  • 36. Question – 10 pts What is mass extinction? Return to Board
  • 37. Answer – 20 pts A U.S. law intended to protect species that are almost extinct.
  • 38. Question – 20 pts What is the Endangered Species Act? Return to Board
  • 39. Answer – 30 pts One of the reasons to protect biodiversity.
  • 40. Question – 30pts Answers vary. Return to Board
  • 41. Answer – 40 pts The way germ plasm banks protect biodiversity.
  • 42. Question – 40 pts What is storing the genetic material of hundreds of plants and animals? Return to Board
  • 43. Question – 50 pts Four ways people are causing extinction of species.
  • 44. Question – 50 pts What is destruction of habitat, introduction of exotic species, hunting/over-harvesting, and pollution? Return to Board
  • 45. Answer – 10 pts We are currently experiencing the greatest __________ since the dinosaurs.
  • 46. Question – 10 pts What is mass extinction? Return to Board
  • 47. Answer – 20 pts The number of individuals of a species in a given area.
  • 48. Question – 20 pts What is population density? Return to Board
  • 49. Answer – 30 pts Two properties used to describe populations.
  • 50. Question – 30 pts What are size, density, or dispersion? Return to Board
  • 51. Answer – 40 pts People who study human population trends are called this.
  • 52. Question – 40 pts What are demographers? Return to Board
  • 53. Answer - 50 pts The three levels of biodiversity
  • 54. Question – 50 pts What are species diversity, ecosystem diversity, and genetic diversity? Return to Board
  • 55. Answer 1f
  • 56. Question 1f Return to Board
  • 57. This type of pollutant is not a chemical
  • 58. What is particulate matter Return to Board
  • 59. When warm air moves over cool air and keeps it near the surface.
  • 60. What is a temperature inversion? Return to Board
  • 61. Answer 4f
  • 62. Question 4f Return to Board
  • 63. Answer 5f
  • 64. Question 5f Return to Board
  • 65. Final Jeopardy Make your wager
  • 66. An example of a country with rapid population growth.
  • 67. Answers vary – any developing country