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Transcript
Jeopardy
MacroMacroMolecules 1 Molecules 2
Cells 1
Cells 2
Cellular
Transport
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Final Jeopardy
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What is the function of carbohydrates?
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Provide ENERGY!
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What are the subunits of lipids?
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Fatty Acids (or triglycerides) (or fats, oils, waxes)
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Amino acids are the subunits/building blocks of…
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Proteins
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Starch, cellulose, glycogen, and glucose are
types of
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Carbohydrates
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Regulate cell processes, control reaction rates,
help with immunity, and control what enters and
leaves the cell are functions of what
macromolecule?
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Proteins
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What macromolecule stores energy?
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Lipids
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Monosaccharides and polysaccharides are the
subunits/building blocks of what macromolecule?
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Carbohydrates
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What is the function of nucleic acids?
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Store and transmit genetic information
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Name the subunits/building blocks of nucleic
acids.
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Nucleotides
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What molecule is found in ALL living organisms?
(HINT: It makes them “organic”)
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CARBON!
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The organelle that contains DNA and controls
the cell is….
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The nucleus
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What organelle is found in plants and performs
photosynthesis?
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Chloroplast
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The mitochondria is called the powerhouse
because…
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It provides energy for the cell
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Describe the function of the cell membrane.
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Is selectively permeable to allow certain
substances in and out of the cell
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What type of cell has a nucleus and other
membrane-bound organelles?
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Eukaryotic
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What organelle stores materials for the cell?
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Vacuole
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The organelle responsible for structure and
support in plant cells is…
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Cell wall
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What is the function of ribosomes?
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Protein synthesis (making proteins)
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What type of cell has no nucleus and very few
organelles?
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Prokaryotic
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The three concepts below belong to what
concept/theory?
 Cells are the basic unit of life
 All cells come from pre-existing cells
 All living things are composed of cells
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Cell Theory
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In diffusion, molecules move from ______ to
_______ concentration
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Higher to lower
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Explain homeostasis
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Maintaining a stable internal environment
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The diffusion of water is called…
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Osmosis
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In regards to temperature, pH, blood sugar, or
water balance, how is homeostasis maintained
in the human body?
Temperature
 Too high – body sweats to cool down
 Too low – body shivers to warm up
pH – Buffers are used to neutralize strong acids
or bases in the body
Blood Sugar
 Insulin is released to lower blood sugar when
it gets too high
Water Balance – cell membrane allows water in
or out to become isotonic
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In which type of cellular transport do molecules
move against the concentration gradient and
require energy?
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Active Transport
Final Jeopardy
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In which way will WATER move in each of the
scenarios below?
 A) Salt inside the cell is 65% and outside the
cell is 40%
 B) Sugar inside the cell is 27% and outside
the cell is 80
A) WATER moves INTO the cell
 B) WATER moves OUT of the cell
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