Final Review Jeopardy

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Ecology
Chemistry and
Cells
Organs and
Organ Systems
Genetics
Evolution
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Put the following parts of the food
chain in the correct order:
grass
mountain lion
sun
deer
By what process is
the oxygen we
breathe produced?
Looking at an energy
pyramid, where is most of
the energy stored?
List the parts of the water
cycle in the correct order:
Run-off
Condensation
Precipitation
Evaporation
What must balance the
energy used by a
predator as it chases
its prey?
List the 6 chemical
elements found in
all living things
What part of a cell
must duplicate
exactly during
mitosis?
This type of
organism is known
as a “self-feeder”
Which biological
molecule acts as a
catalyst and speeds
up chemical
reactions?
When red blood cells are placed
in distilled water, the cells swell
as water molecules enter them.
By what process do water
molecules move into cells?
List the 5 levels of
organization in living things in
order from simplest to most
complex
Define homeostasis
Which body system absorbs
nutrients from food so they
can be transported by the
blood?
List 2 functions of
plant roots
In mammals, which
two organ systems
work together to
deliver oxygen
throughout the body?
Which process allows
sexually reproducing
organisms to create
gametes?
What affect do
mutations have on
proteins?
What creates
variation in the
offspring of sexually
reproducing
organisms?
What determines the
sequence of amino acids
that are strung together to
make a protein?
When mRNA is
translated, what new
product forms?
What do geologic fossil
records, DNA
relationships, structural
similarities, and vestigial
structures all provide?
What are heritable traits that
improve an organism’s
fitness in its environment?
Breeders using the same
male elk with desirable
qualities to breed with
many females is an
example of which
process?
What main
characteristic sets one
species apart from
another?
Describe one observation
Darwin made after
observing the finches on the
Galapagos Islands