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									Name:________________________________________             Date: __________________

                               Biology Bingo
 Students: Select of the terms provided. Write one word in each of the 25 boxes in
  whatever sequence you desire. Do not repeat words, and do not leave any spaces
 The instructor will read definitions in sequence. Cross out word in the box with the
  associated term. When you have five in a row, shout “Bingo!”
                                                                                         1.    Telophase
                                                                                         2.    Photosynthesis
                                                                                         3.    Homeostatsis
                                                                                         4.    Mitosis
                                                                                         5.    Permeability
                                                                                         6.    Lysosome
                                                                                         7.    Vacuole
                                                                                         8.    Animal cell
                                                                                         9.    Plant cell
                                                                                         10.   Diffusion
                                                                                         11.   Golgi
                                                                                         12.   Ribosome
                                                                                         13.   Hypothesis
                                                                                         14.   Cell membrane
                                                                                         15.   Endoplasmic
                                                                                         16.   Nucleus
                                                                                         17.   Chloroplast
                                                                                         18.   Anaphase
                                                                                         19.   Meiosis
                                                                                         20.   DNA
                                                                                         21.   RNA
                                                                                         22.   Apron
                                                                                         23.   Metaphase
                                                                                         24.   Cytokinesis
                                                                                         25.   Interphase
                                                                                         26.   Diploid
                                                                                         27.   Autotroph
                                                                                         28.   Heterotroph
                                                                                         29.   Fermentation
                                                                                         30.   Cellular
                                                                                         31.   Abiotic
                                                                                         32.   Biotic
                                                                                         33.   Carbon
                                                                                         34.   Adenine
                                                                                         35.   Cytosine

Norman Herr, 2000
Name:________________________________________               Date: __________________

  1. Telophase- two new cells begin to form during this phase

   2. Photosynthesis- process plants undergo in order to make its own food

   3. Homeostatsis- the ability to maintain a stable internal environment in spite of

       changes in the external environment

   4. Mitosis- process in which autosomal cells multiple

   5. Permeability- the ability for cells to regulate what comes in and out

   6. Lysosome- digestive enzymes

   7. Vacuole- stores what and nutrients

   8. Animal cell- eukaryotic cell that does not contain chloroplast

   9. Plant cell- contains a vacuole, cell wall and chloroplast

   10. Diffusion- movement of particles from one concentration to the other

   11. Golgi Apparatus- modifies and repackages proteins

   12. Ribosome- make proteins

   13. Hypothesis- an educated guess about what will happen in an experiment

   14. Cell membrane- regulates what goes in and out of a cell

   15. Endoplasmic Recticulum- delivery system for cells

   16. Nucleus- has all of the genetic information

   17. Chloroplast- place where photosynthesis happens

   18. Anaphase- phase in which chromosomes migrate to opposite poles

   19. Meiosis- process in which gametes mulitple

   20. DNA- contains deoxyribose sugar and associated with replication, transcription,

       and translation

Norman Herr, 2000
Name:________________________________________                   Date: __________________

   21. RNA- contains ribose sugar

   22. Apron- protects clothing during lab

   23. Metaphase- phase in which chromosomes line up at the equator of the cell

   24. Cytokinesis- phase after telophase and cleavage

   25. Interphase- phase in which cells spend most of their time

   26. Diploid- this time of cell forms at the end of mitosis

   27. Autotroph- the scientific term for producers have the ability to make their own


   28. Heterotroph- consumers have to eat other organisms in order to get nutrients is

       termed this

   29. Fermentation- process where glucose is added with yeast to form alcohol

   30. Cellular respiration- 6CO2 + 6H2O -> C6H12O6 + H2O

   31. Abiotic- nonliving organisms

   32. Biotic- living organisms

   33. Carbon Dioxide- produced at the end of cellular respiration

   34. Adenine- bonds with thymine

   35. Cytosine- bond with guanine

Norman Herr, 2000

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