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Let’s Play  Jeopardy!!
 
<ul><li>The  </li></ul><ul><li>Categories  </li></ul><ul><li>Are </li></ul>
Cell Organelles (1)
Cell Organelles (2)
The Cell Membrane
The Nucleus
Mitosis
Random Cell Facts
200 300 400 500 Cell Organelles (1) Cell Organelles  (2) The Cell Membrane The Nucleus Mitosis Random Cell Facts 100 200 3...
This microbody “cleans” the cell thru the use of Hydrogen Peroxide
What is:  A Peroxisome
What are two main ideas of the cell theory? This type of solution is characterized by water molecules moving into and out ...
What is: A  Lysosome
This microbody is pinched off of the golgi apparatus and can contain protiens, neurotransmitters, or sugars.
What is:  A Vesicle
Maintaining conditions suitable for survival This microbody is designed to contain triglycerides. Once created it is not d...
What is:  A Vacule
A term given to an unidentified organelle with unknown purpose
What is:  A Microbody
This organelle helps transfer water and small particles from one cell to another
What is:  A desmosome
How many electrons pass through a circuit in 1 second? Its primary purpose is to create a spindle network to aid in Mitosis
What is:  A  Centriole
With the help of Subunit A and B this organelle makes Amino Acids that combine to form Protiens
What is:  A Ribosome
The mature face of this organelle pinches off vesicles used in exocytosis
What is:  The Golgi Apparatus
The enzymes for the process of the electron transport chain (the NAD, and FAD) are stored in the matrix of this organelle .
What is:  The mitochondria
Fingerlike projections on the surface to increase the surface area
What are:  the microvilli
Located on the surface, these ‘tiny arms’ move material past the cell
What is: Cilia
What is the attractive force between water molecules called? Strands of DNA; contain directions for making protein This pr...
What is: A Flagella
This helps make up the “skeleton” of the cell and the organelles of the membrane
What is: Microtubules or Microfiliments
Two words that help describe the biphospholipid layer
What is: Hydrophilic & Hydrophobic
What chromosomes, chromatin, and nucleoplasm have in common.
What is they are all DNA
Contains both RNA and DNA
What is: The Nucleus
The structure that sits inside of the nuclear pore
What is  The vault
Within the nucleus is a structure that only contains DNA
What is: The Nucleoleous
The double membrane surrounding the nucleoleous that contains small holes called pores
What is the nuclear envelope?
The stage of mitosis where all of the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell
What is  Metaphase?
What is an owl pellet? The stage where the cell decides to undergo mitosis
What is: The S phase of interphase
What is the three parts of Prophase
What is: Nuclear degeneration Spindle network formation Formation of Chromosomes
Term given to the duplication of organelles
What is  cytokinesis ?
Nonkinetichore microfiliments of the spindle network that elongate the cell in this stage of mitosis
What is Telephase?
The primary difference between Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum and Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
What is: the presence of attached ribosomes?
Movement of material into and out of the cell is balanced The term given to the hole between two cells to share mass amoun...
What is: A gap junction
Scientist believe the two factors that cause cancer are The number of pairs of chromosomes located in the Human Genome
What is: 23 pairs 46 chromosomes
The name of the protein that DNA wraps around to create the chromosomes?
What is: A histone
The organelle that synthesizes lipids and monosaccarides
What is: The smooth endoplasmic reticulum
Final Jeopardy
Rules and Procedures
We have spent an entire week reviewing rules and procedures.  The two ultimate goals to be gained by this are that the stu...
Safe and successful
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Jeopardy cells and mitosis

  1. 2. Let’s Play Jeopardy!!
  2. 4. <ul><li>The </li></ul><ul><li>Categories </li></ul><ul><li>Are </li></ul>
  3. 5. Cell Organelles (1)
  4. 6. Cell Organelles (2)
  5. 7. The Cell Membrane
  6. 8. The Nucleus
  7. 9. Mitosis
  8. 10. Random Cell Facts
  9. 11. 200 300 400 500 Cell Organelles (1) Cell Organelles (2) The Cell Membrane The Nucleus Mitosis Random Cell Facts 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100 200 300 400 500 100
  10. 12. This microbody “cleans” the cell thru the use of Hydrogen Peroxide
  11. 13. What is: A Peroxisome
  12. 14. What are two main ideas of the cell theory? This type of solution is characterized by water molecules moving into and out of the cell at the same rate Often referred to as the suicide squad this vacuole uses lymphotoxin to “digest” foreign material.
  13. 15. What is: A Lysosome
  14. 16. This microbody is pinched off of the golgi apparatus and can contain protiens, neurotransmitters, or sugars.
  15. 17. What is: A Vesicle
  16. 18. Maintaining conditions suitable for survival This microbody is designed to contain triglycerides. Once created it is not destroyed, it can only get larger or smaller.
  17. 19. What is: A Vacule
  18. 20. A term given to an unidentified organelle with unknown purpose
  19. 21. What is: A Microbody
  20. 22. This organelle helps transfer water and small particles from one cell to another
  21. 23. What is: A desmosome
  22. 24. How many electrons pass through a circuit in 1 second? Its primary purpose is to create a spindle network to aid in Mitosis
  23. 25. What is: A Centriole
  24. 26. With the help of Subunit A and B this organelle makes Amino Acids that combine to form Protiens
  25. 27. What is: A Ribosome
  26. 28. The mature face of this organelle pinches off vesicles used in exocytosis
  27. 29. What is: The Golgi Apparatus
  28. 30. The enzymes for the process of the electron transport chain (the NAD, and FAD) are stored in the matrix of this organelle .
  29. 31. What is: The mitochondria
  30. 32. Fingerlike projections on the surface to increase the surface area
  31. 33. What are: the microvilli
  32. 34. Located on the surface, these ‘tiny arms’ move material past the cell
  33. 35. What is: Cilia
  34. 36. What is the attractive force between water molecules called? Strands of DNA; contain directions for making protein This projection from the cell acutally moves the cell
  35. 37. What is: A Flagella
  36. 38. This helps make up the “skeleton” of the cell and the organelles of the membrane
  37. 39. What is: Microtubules or Microfiliments
  38. 40. Two words that help describe the biphospholipid layer
  39. 41. What is: Hydrophilic & Hydrophobic
  40. 42. What chromosomes, chromatin, and nucleoplasm have in common.
  41. 43. What is they are all DNA
  42. 44. Contains both RNA and DNA
  43. 45. What is: The Nucleus
  44. 46. The structure that sits inside of the nuclear pore
  45. 47. What is The vault
  46. 48. Within the nucleus is a structure that only contains DNA
  47. 49. What is: The Nucleoleous
  48. 50. The double membrane surrounding the nucleoleous that contains small holes called pores
  49. 51. What is the nuclear envelope?
  50. 52. The stage of mitosis where all of the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell
  51. 53. What is Metaphase?
  52. 54. What is an owl pellet? The stage where the cell decides to undergo mitosis
  53. 55. What is: The S phase of interphase
  54. 56. What is the three parts of Prophase
  55. 57. What is: Nuclear degeneration Spindle network formation Formation of Chromosomes
  56. 58. Term given to the duplication of organelles
  57. 59. What is cytokinesis ?
  58. 60. Nonkinetichore microfiliments of the spindle network that elongate the cell in this stage of mitosis
  59. 61. What is Telephase?
  60. 62. The primary difference between Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum and Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
  61. 63. What is: the presence of attached ribosomes?
  62. 64. Movement of material into and out of the cell is balanced The term given to the hole between two cells to share mass amounts of material
  63. 65. What is: A gap junction
  64. 66. Scientist believe the two factors that cause cancer are The number of pairs of chromosomes located in the Human Genome
  65. 67. What is: 23 pairs 46 chromosomes
  66. 68. The name of the protein that DNA wraps around to create the chromosomes?
  67. 69. What is: A histone
  68. 70. The organelle that synthesizes lipids and monosaccarides
  69. 71. What is: The smooth endoplasmic reticulum
  70. 72. Final Jeopardy
  71. 73. Rules and Procedures
  72. 74. We have spent an entire week reviewing rules and procedures. The two ultimate goals to be gained by this are that the students are
  73. 75. Safe and successful
  74. 76. Daily Double!

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