Science Jeopardy

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Science Jeopardy
ENERGY
ENZYMES
CELLULAR
RESPIRATION
AEROBIC
RESPIRATION
ANAEROBIC
RESPIRATION
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©Norman Herr, 2003
A-100
• ANSWER: The energy of motion?
• QUESTION: What is kinetic energy?
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A-200
• ANSWER: Energy can neither be created
or destroyed.
• QUESTION: What is the First Law of
Thermodynamics?
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A-300
• ANSWER: In biology, heat energy is
most commonly measured with this unit.
• QUESTION: What is a calorie?
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A-400
• ANSWER: Measure of disorder or
randomness
• QUESTION: What is entropy?
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A-500
• ANSWER: All of the chemical changes
that occur within a cell.
• QUESTION: What is metabolism?
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B-100
• ANSWER: The type of organic molecule
that enzymes are made of.
• QUESTION: What is a protein?
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B-200
• ANSWER: Change in an enzyme’s shape
due to high heat, high pH, or low pH.
• QUESTION: What is denaturation?
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B-300
• ANSWER: B in the diagram
•QUESTION: What is the energy of activation?
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B-400
• ANSWER: The letter b in this diagram
•QUESTION: What is the substrate?
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B-500
• ANSWER: the mechanism by which
many poisons kill rats and insects (and
you!)
• QUESTION: What is inhibition?
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C-100
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ANSWER: The universal source of
energy most directly used by living things
QUESTION: What is ATP?
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C-200
• ANSWER: the 2 molecules that are used
to make ATP
• QUESTION: What are ADP and P?
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C-300
• ANSWER: Between plants and animals,
which use cellular respiration to acquire
energy
• QUESTION: What are plants and
animals?
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C-400
• ANSWER: Does forming bonds require
or produce energy?
• QUESTION: What is produce energy?
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C-500
• ANSWER: Of the 2 food chains shown
the, the least efficient chain.
Chain A sun  corn  cow human
Chain B sun  corn  human
• QUESTION: What is chain A?
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D-100
• ANSWER: The substance necessary for
glucose to be broken down completely
into carbon dioxide and water.
• QUESTION: What is oxygen?
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D-200
• ANSWER: The order of the major
pathways and reactions of aerobic
cellular respiration
• QUESTION: What is glycolysis,
transition reaction, Citric Acid Cycle,
and Electron Transport System?
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D-300
• ANSWER: Produces FADH2
• QUESTION: What is the Kreb’s (Citric
Acid) Cycle?
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D-400
• ANSWER: The final acceptor for the low
energy electron at the end of the Electron
Transport Chain
• QUESTION: Oxygen
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D-500
• ANSWER: the enzyme responsible for
the synthesis of ATP
• QUESTION: ATP synthase
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E-100
• ANSWER: the process following
glycolysis if oxygen is not present.
• QUESTION: What is fermentation?
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E-200
• ANSWER: the 2 main products of
fermentation in bacteria and yeast
• QUESTION: What are alcohol and
carbon dioxide?
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E-300
• ANSWER: the total number of ATP
gained if a molecule of glucose must go
through fermentation
• QUESTION: What is 2?
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E-400
• ANSWER: the reactant for lactic acid
fermentation
• QUESTION: What is pyruvate?
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E-500
• ANSWER: Given this data the yeast
sample that was most likely to have been
boiled
∆P
A
.5 kpa
B
C
.01 kpa .2 kpa
∆T
10 min 15 min 12 min
QUESTION: What is sample B?
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FINAL JEOPARDY
• ANSWER: The energy content in this food
sample in kcal/g
mass of water 100 g
20 g initial mass of sample
10 g final mass of sample
initial temperature 30 C
final temperature 40 C
• QUESTION: 0.1 kcal/g
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