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Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards

Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards
Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards
Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards
Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards
Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards
Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards
Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards
Biology End Of Course Exam Review Jeopardy Style Game FL Standards
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NEWLY UPDATED for 2015-16! Biology End Of Course Exam Review - Unlimited play! - Over 100 questions multiple choice and short answer style in a dynamic Power Point set up that provides endless replay value. Students will never know what is coming next! Multiple choices are mixed up for every play. No Prep - just plug and play. POWER POINT IS NOT REQUIRED - if you don't have Power Point installed, this package will get you the free player so you can use it. I do think it is for windows computers only.

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In my classes, I use this style of game to review for tests, to fill those slow times, and to find ways to reward the class and get them to work together.

Some variants I use to spice up the games and keep it fresh and exciting:

• All the students vs. the teacher. They have to get enough points as a team to win whatever prize (free time, no homework, etc.) BUT they lose 50 points every time someone calls out of turn! This is such a useful tool for classroom management. Want a positive twist? Instead of penalizing the impulsive kids, give bonus points to all the teams that don't call out - or only to the fewest caller-outers. =)

• Break the class into 50/50 teams - Left side vs. Right

• Odds vs. Evens - Just go up and down every row alternating which team gets the points.

• Evil Mode - Get out a piece of paper; no talking; write down your answers and it counts for a grade! Muwahahaha!

• Teach the technology - I mentor one or two students to run the game, then they mentor one or two. By the end of the year, all the students have learned how to use it well and some have even picked up VBA programming as a result. This really makes it easy for accreditation from SACS and AISF as they are always looking for evidence of how we are preparing students for our technology saturated world. Sometimes I can even grade papers while the class is running itself!

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All of these 119 Terms are included:

_____ _____ occurs when particles move back and forth across the membrane at the same rate.
Adenosine Triphosphate is used by cells to _____ _____ _____.
In photosynthesis, _____ _____ and water are combined to form glucose and oxygen.
"The formula for photosynthesis is:
6_____ + 6H₂O --> 6O₂ + C₆H₁₂O₆"
"The formula for photosynthesis is:
6CO₂ + 6H₂O --> 6O₂ + _____"
"The formula for photosynthesis is:
_____ + _____ --> 6O₂ + C₆H₁₂O₆"
Do plants use Cellular Respiration? _____
In plant cells, glycolysis takes place in the _____.
The products of Fermentation are _____ _____ or Ethanol.
The products of Fermentation are Lactic Acid or _____.
If oxygen is present, then the Pyruvates produced by glycolysis go to the cell's _____.
In which phase of the Cell Cycle do chromosomes line up at the equator of the cell?
_____ fibers attach chromosomes to centrioles.
During the _____ of the cell cycle, G1, G2 and S Phases take place.
Division of the _____ takes place during M Phase.
_____ of the Nucleus takes place during M Phase.
Division of the Nucleus takes place during which phase?
The stages of M Phase are: Prophase, Metaphase, Anaphase, and _____.
The stages of M Phase are: Prophase, _____, Anaphase, and Telophase.
_____ takes place immediately after M Phase.
Mitosis produces cells that are genetically _____.
Sex Cells, or _____, are only produced by Meiosis, not Mitosis.
Sex Cells, or Gametes, are only produced by _____, not Mitosis.
_____ _____, or Gametes, are only produced by Meiosis, not Mitosis.
Four genetically different daughter cells are produced by _____.
The four genetically different daughter _____ produced by Meiosis II are _____ _____.
Regular body cells (_____ cells) have two full sets of chromosomes while sex cells (gametes) only have one set.
Gametes are _____ cells.
Somatic cells are _____ cells.
Haploid cells have _____ the number of chromosomes as diploid cells.
The genes that code for different varieties of a trait are called _____.
Homologous literally means "_____ _____".
Paired Chromosomes that have the same location for genes located on them are _____.
If Long Tails are a _____ trait, then a crossing of Aa x Aa will result in a Long-to-Short tail ratio of 3:1.
If Long Tails are a dominant trait, then a crossing of Aa x Aa will result in a Long-to-Short tail ratio of _____.
In a _____ crossing, the ratio of Wrinkled AND Tall is 3:16.
In a Dihybrid crossing, the ratio of Wrinkled AND Tall is _____.
A description of a mouse's _____ could include brown fur, short tails and large genitals.
A description of a mouse's _____ could include letter combinations like MM, Mm or mm.
_____ offspring have homozygous alleles, so they are genetically very similar to their parents.
Purebred offspring have _____ alleles, so they are genetically very similar to their parents.
Purebred offspring have homozygous alleles, so they are genetically very _____ _____ their parents.
_____ offspring have heterozygous alleles, so they are genetically very different from their parents.
Hybrid offspring have heterozygous alleles, so they are genetically very _____ _____ their parents.
Hybrid offspring have _____ alleles, so they are genetically very different from their parents.
Which form of genetic dominance shows a blend of both alleles, such as traits for red and white colors resulting in pink feathers? _____ _____
Which form of genetic dominance shows some of both alleles, so a black cat and white cat produce a cat with separate black and white patches of fur? _____
Hemophilia is an example of a ____________.
Blood type is an example of _____ _____ because more than two are involved (A, B and O).
A _____ Trait is determined by more than two gene pairs, such as skin color.
Gene Pairs split and assort themselves independently during _____.
A chart that shows the relationships between members of a family is called a _____, also called a family tree.
You can use a pedigree to _____ because it shows the relationships between members of a family.
A carrier is _____ for a particular trait (they carry it but it is not expressed).
A _____ is heterozygous for a particular trait (they carry it but it is not expressed).
_____ twins come from the same egg and sperm union.
Non-Identical (fraternal) twins come from _____ eggs and sperm uniting.
_____ _____ are detected using a Karotype chart.
Chromosomal Abnormalities are detected using a _____ chart.
_____ bonds are used to hold nitrogenous bases in DNA to each other.
Hydrogen bonds are used to hold nitrogenous bases in _____ to each other.
In DNA, _____ will only bond with Thymine.
In DNA, Adenine will only bond with _____.
In DNA, _____ will only bond with Cytosine.
In DNA, Guanine will only bond with _____.
Chargaff's rules state that in any cell of any organism the amount of _____ is equal to cytosine, and adnine is equal to thymine.
Chargaff's rules state that in any cell of any organism the amount of guanine is equal to _____, and adnine is equal to thymine.
Chargaff's rules state that in any cell of any organism the amount of guanine is equal to cytosine, and _____ is equal to thymine.
Chargaff's rules state that in any cell of any organism the amount of guanine is equal to cytosine, and adnine is equal to _____.
Transcription is the process in which _____ copies down the instructions from DNA.
Translation is the process that synthesizes _____ from an mRNA strand.
The three types of RNA are all involved in _____ _____.
Messenger RNA (mRNA) is made in the nucleus but moves into the _____ so protein can be made.
Messenger RNA (mRNA) uses _____ in place of thymine.
Messenger RNA (mRNA) uses uracil in place of _____.
Ribosomal RNA (rRNA) combined with _____ are what make up ribosomes.
Transfer RNA (tRNA) transfers each amino acid to the _____ as instructed by coded messages in mRNA.
A _____ consists of three consecutive bases on mRNA that specify a single amino acid to be added to a polypeptide chain.
What is the ANTICODON to the codon A-U-G?
On the Cladogram of Apes and Humans, the group "_____ _____" is now extinct.
_____ get passed to offspring because they provide a better chance for survival or reproduction.
Adaptations get passed to offspring because they provide a better chance for _____ or reproduction.
Adaptations get passed to offspring because they provide a better chance for survival or _____.
Beneficial adaptions _____ fitness.
Unlike _____, Punctuated Equilibrium has periods of no change punctuated by periods of rapid change.
Unlike Gradualism, Punctuated Equilibrium has periods of no _____ punctuated by periods of _____ _____.
The accumulation of many small, helpful mutations over millions of years best characterizes _____.
In early embryonic development, all fish, birds, reptiles and even humans have _____ and _____ _____!
A bat wing and human arm/hand originate from the same embryonic tissue. This is an example of _____ _____.
Useless hip and leg bones found in whales are _____ _____ because they once were useful to an ancestral species.
A bird's wing and butterfly's wing both enable them to fly, but do not grow from the same embryonic tissue; they are _____ _____.
We can use _____ _____ to determine how closely related species are by analyzing how many genes they have in common.
_____ _____ results in two extreme forms of a trait and against a moderate or medium version of the trait.
_____ _____ tends to eliminate extreme forms of a trait, favoring the average or medium version.
_____ _____ selects against one extreme version of a trait and in favor of the opposite extreme.
When organisms of the same species branch out into different niches, it is called _____ _____ and can form new species.
Adaptive Radiation happens because it _____ _____ between members of the same species.
As a result of _____ _____, members of a separated population can no longer interbreed with their original population.
Geographic isolation, Temporal _____ and Behavioral _____ can all cause _____ _____.
_____ _____, Temporal Isolation and Behavioral Isolation can all cause Reproductive Isolation.
Both the Founder Effect and a Bottleneck greatly _____ the gene pool and can lead to speciation.
Compared to modern humans, other hominids had _____, _____ and _____ adapted to grinding nuts, roots and seeds with their molars.
Compared to modern humans, other hominids had skulls, teeth and jaws adapted to grinding nuts, roots and seeds with their _____.
The _____ Eukarya is the most diverse.
The Domain _____ is the most diverse.
Both _____ and Archaea are single celled organisms.
Fungi cannot be considered plants because they are not _____.
"The levels of classification are
_____, _____, Phylum, Class, Order, Family, Genus, Species."
Binomial Nomenclature means every organism is scientifically identified by _____ _____.
In Binomial Nomenclature, the first name of an organism is always capitalized. This is the organism's _____.
Water is returned to the earth's atmosphere by both _________ and __________.
Plants use ___________ during Transpiration.
Plants use Capillary Action during _____.
_____ use Capillary Action during Transpiration.
Surprisingly, water is an important part of _____ and Respiration, both of which play a role in the Carbon Cycle.
Surprisingly, water is an important part of Photosynthesis and _____, both of which play a role in the Carbon Cycle.
Surprisingly, water is an important part of Photosynthesis and Respiration, both of which play a role in the _____ Cycle.
Surprisingly, _____ is an important part of Photosynthesis and Respiration, both of which play a role in the Carbon Cycle.
_____ take carbon out of the atmosphere as part of photosynthesis.
Plants take _____ out of the atmosphere as part of photosynthesis.
Plants take carbon out of the _____ as part of photosynthesis.
Plants take carbon out of the atmosphere as part of _____.
_______ in the atmosphere cannot be used by living things until it is "fixed" by bacteria or lightning.
"_____ _____" bacteria combine elemental nitrogen from the air with elements like Hydrogen, Carbon or Oxygen and then it is usable by plants.
_____ _____ and other microorganisms return nitrogen to the atmosphere, continuing the Nitrogen Cycle.
_____ is the "P" in "ATP" - the key to energy in living organisms.
Plants absorb _____ from water and soil and tie them to organic molecules; then animals that eat them can use it.
Animals get their usable Nitrogen, Carbon and Phosphorous from the ________.
_____ are also called producers.
Heterotrophs are also called _____.
In terms of Trophic Levels, _____ always flows up from producers.
A community is made up of all the _____ in an ecosystem at a given time.
A factor that potentially limits an organism's success could be a _____ _____, or other factor such as living space, available mates, etc.
Primary Consumers are _____ found one trophic level above Producers.
Primary Consumers are always found one trophic level above _____.
Although similar, _____ are producers while Zooplankton are consumers.
The 10% rule applies to the ____________ passed up from one Trophic Level to the next on the Energy Pyramid.
The most energy is found at the Trophic level of _____.
People should try to eat from the _____ Trophic levels as this is the most efficient.
An organism's habitat is where it lives, while its niche is the _____ and _____ _____ it uses.
Two _____ species could live in the same habitat without competing if they exploit different niches.
Members of the same species could be forced into competition if there are _____ _____.
When there is _____ _____, populations will compete for shared resources.
The greater niche overlap there is, the more _____ will occur.
The Predator and Prey Population curves are closely related, with the ____________ always lagging behind.
Both organisms benefit under _____.
In a/an _____ relationship, one organism benefits, but at the expense of the other.
Under _____, one organism benefits, while the other is neither harmed, nor helped.
_____ Succession only takes place in an entirely new habitat that has never been colonized before.
_____ Succession is a long process that takes place in an established community which has been disturbed or damaged.
An event like a wildfire could trigger a __________ by clearing away existing trees, grass and shrubs.
When growth exceeds carrying capactiy, a _______ occurs.
The goal of _____ is create and maintain the conditions under which humans and nature can exist in productive harmony.
Solar and Wind Energy are _____ and renewable sources of electricity.
Farmers use the sustainable practice of _____ _____ to improve soil fertility and help control insects and diseases.
The genetic material of a virus is located in the _________.
In the _____ cycle of viral reproduction, the virus reproduces inside the cell and the cells burst.
In the _____ cycle of viral reproduction, a period of dormancy precedes reproduction.
A/An _____ introduces a weakened or "killed" virus to a person's immune system, stimulating creation of antibodies that will fight off the real virus in the future.
Bacteria can come in a cocci shape, or _____.
Bacteria can have a bacilli, or _____ shape.
Bacteria can also have a spirilla, or _____ shape.
All prokaryotes and all eukaryotes have _____.
The _____ protects the cell against harsh conditions like heat or drought.
Flagellum provide bacteria with a form of _____.


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