Ch 2 Review Game

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Chapter 2 Review
Life
and
Living Things
Instructions
1. Completely clear off your table.
2. ONE person per team – pick up
from the front table:
• 1 white board, 1 dry-erase marker,
& 1 paper towel
3. When you are given your team
number, write it on your board.
4. Sit quietly so we can begin.
RULES
1. Points are given to groups with
INCORRECT answers. A perfect
score is 0.
2. Only talk to your team. Talking
with other teams in ANY form will
result gaining 5 points.
RULES (cont.)
3. Talk quietly – other groups can
hear your answers!
4. Hold up boards ONLY when told
to do so.
5. Take turns writing the answers.
1
Which of the 6
characteristics of living
things does this diagram
represent?
BABY
CHILD
ADULT
1 - Answer
Which of the 6
characteristics of living
things does this diagram
represent?
A: Living Things Grow and
Develop
2
List the 4 basic needs of
every living organism.
2 - Answer
List the 4 basic needs of
every living organism.
A: Food, Water, Air, A
place to live
3
List the 5 building blocks
of life.
3 - Answer
List the 5 building blocks
of life.
A: “PLANC”
Proteins, Lipids, ATP,
Nucleic Acids,
Carbohydrates
4
The cold weather causes a
person to shiver.
What is the stimulus in
this scenario?
4
The cold weather causes a
person to shiver.
What is the stimulus in
this scenario?
A: The cold weather
5
The cold weather causes a
person to shiver.
What is your body trying
to maintain?
5 - Answer
The cold weather causes a
person to shiver.
What is your body trying
to maintain?
A: Homeostasis
6
The cold weather causes a
person to shiver.
Which of the 6
characteristics of living
things does this scenario
represent?
6-Answer
The cold weather causes a
person to shiver.
Which of the 6
characteristics of living
things does this scenario
represent?
A: Living things sense and
respond to change.
7
Only one parent produces
offspring identical to
itself. This is an example
of _______ reproduction.
7-Answer
Only one parent produces
offspring identical to
itself. This is an example
of asexual reproduction.
8
Which molecule is shown
here?
8-Answer
Which molecule is shown
here? A: Phospholipid
9
Which cell part do these
molecules form?
9-Answer
Which cell part do these
molecules form?
A: Cell Membrane
10
You look similar to your
father and your sister
because of __________.
10-Answer
You look similar to your
father and your sister
because of heredity.
11
List the 6 characteristics
of living things.
11 - Answer
List the 6 characteristics of
living things.
1. Have 1 or more cells
2. Sense and respond to change
3. Reproduce
4. Have DNA
5. Need energy
6. Grow and Develop
12
What is the basic unit of
life?
12 - Answer
What is the basic unit of
life?
A: The Cell
13
In one (1) word, what is
ATP?
13 - Answer
In one (1) word, what is
ATP?
A: energy
14 Part 1
List the two building
blocks of cells that are
used as a source of energy
and for energy storage.
14 - Answer
List the two building
blocks of cells that are
used as a source of energy
and for energy storage.
A: Lipids and
Carbohydrates
14 Part 2
Carbohydrates and lipids
have a similar function in
the cell. How are they
different from one
another?
14 Part 2
Carbohydrates and lipids
have a similar function in
the cell. How are they
different from one
another?
A: Lipids are fats & oils;
carbohydrates are sugars
15
These are the building
blocks of proteins.
15 - Answer
These are the building
blocks of proteins.
A: Amino Acids
16
Organisms are grouped
based on how they get
food. List the 3 groups.
16 - Answer
Organisms are grouped
based on how they get
food. List the 3 groups.
A: Producer, Consumer,
and Decomposer
17
This is the term for all
chemical activities that an
organism performs, such
as breaking down food.
17 - Answer
This is the term for all
chemical activities that an
organism performs, such
as breaking down food.
A: Metabolism
18
A cow gives birth to a
baby calf. This is an
example of which of the 6
characteristics of living
things?
18-Answer
A cow gives birth to a
baby calf. This is an
example of which of the 6
characteristics of living
things?
A: Living things reproduce
19
A cat is hungry, so it eats
a rat. List 2
characteristics of living
things that this scenario
represents.
19 - Answer
A cat is hungry, so it eats
a rat. List 2
characteristics of living
things that this scenario
represents.
A: (1) Sense and respond
to change & (2) use energy
20
A cat is hungry, so it eats
a rat. Based on how the
cat gets its food, the cat
is example of a ________.
20 - Answer
A cat is hungry, so it eats
a rat. Based on how the
cat gets its food, the cat
is example of a consumer.
21
Our bodies break down
carbohydrates and lipids
into this useable form of
energy.
21 - Answer
Our bodies break down
carbohydrates and lipids
into this useable form of
energy.
A: ATP
22
Our bodies break down
carbohydrates and lipids
into ATP through this
process.
22 - Answer
Our bodies break down
carbohydrates and lipids
into ATP through this
process.
A: Metabolism
23
________ has several
functions, including helping
cells do their job,
protecting cells, building
and repairing body
structures, and speeding
up chemical reactions.
23 - Answer
Protein has several
functions, including helping
cells do their job,
protecting cells, building
and repairing body
structures, and speeding
up chemical reactions.
24
List one important life
function carbohydrates
performs.
1. Proteins
2. Lipids
3. ATP
4. Nucleic Acid
5. Carbohydrates
24 - Answer
1. Proteins – protect cell; build/repair cell
structures; speed up chemical reactions
2. Lipids – source of energy; energy
storage
3. ATP – energy used for the cell’s
activites
4. Nucleic Acid – “Blueprint of Life”
because it tells the cell how to make
proteins
5. Carbohydrates – source of energy; used
for energy storage
25
List 2 ways people maintain
homeostasis.
25 - Answer
List 2 ways people maintain
homeostasis.
Sweating
Shivering
26
Imagine an animal in the wild
that can’t sweat or shiver.
How would they maintain
homeostasis? In your answer,
include a way that they could
warm up and a way they could
cool off.
26 - Answer
EX:
Warm up: run
Cool off: move to a shaded
area
27
List 4 examples of stimuli.
27 - Answer
List 4 examples of stimuli.
EX:
• Hunger
• Sound
• Temperature
• Light
• Gravity