Final Review Gamescience CRCT by M0Cl9l

VIEWS: 0 PAGES: 111

									    Final
Science CRCT
Review Game
2 - Answer
Researchers  are studying the effects of
childhood obesity on human organs.
Which of the following is not an ethical
procedure for this study?
A: Require a group of 50 children to
gain 150 pounds and then undergo a
health exam
B: Ask 50 obese children to undergo a
health exam
2 - Answer
Researchers  are studying the effects of
childhood obesity on human organs.
Which of the following is not an ethical
procedure for this study?
A: Require a group of 50 children to
gain 150 pounds and then undergo a
health exam
B: Ask 50 obese children to undergo a
health exam
The following data was collected
in an experiment. For this set of
data, what is the mean?
            Plant   Total Growth

             A         7 cm

             B         9 cm

             C         9 cm

             D         6 cm

             E         9 cm
The following data was collected
in an experiment. For this set of
data, what is the mean?
     Plant   Total Growth

      A         7 cm
                            Answer: 8cm
      B         9 cm
                            (7+9+9+6+9)/5 = 8
      C         9 cm

      D         6 cm

      E         9 cm
The following data was collected
in an experiment. For this set of
data, what is the mode?
            Plant   Total Growth

             A         7 cm

             B         9 cm

             C         9 cm

             D         6 cm

             E         9 cm
The following data was collected
in an experiment. For this set of
data, what is the mode?
     Plant   Total Growth

      A         7 cm
                            Answer: 9cm
      B         9 cm

      C         9 cm

      D         6 cm

      E         9 cm
2

    List the 4 basic needs of
    every living organism.
2 - Answer

   List the 4 basic needs of
   every living organism.

   A: Food, Water, Air, A place
   to live
5
    The cold weather causes a
    person to shiver.
    What is your body trying to
    maintain?
5 - Answer
  The cold weather causes a
  person to shiver.
  What is your body trying to
  maintain?
  A: Homeostasis
7

    Only one parent produces
    offspring identical to itself.
    This is an example of
    _______ reproduction.
7-Answer

  Only one parent produces
  offspring identical to itself.
  This is an example of
  asexual reproduction.
12

     What is the basic unit of
     life?
12 - Answer

  What is the basic unit of
  life?

  A: The Cell
15

     These are the building
     blocks of proteins.
15 - Answer

  These are the building
  blocks of proteins.

  A: Amino Acids
14 Part 1

   List the two building blocks
   of cells that are used as a
   source of energy and for
   energy storage.
14 - Answer

  List the two building blocks
  of cells that are used as a
  source of energy and for
  energy storage.

  A: Lipids and Carbohydrates
6
    What organelle allows
    plants (and some protists) to
    make their own food?
6-Answer
  What organelle allows
  plants (and some protists) to
  make their own food?
  A: The Chloroplast
7

    Carbohydrates and Lipids
    are converted to ATP in this
    organelle.
7-Answer

  Carbohydrates and Lipids
  are converted to ATP in this
  organelle.
  A. Mitochondria
11

     Starting with the cell, list the
     5 levels of organization of
     multicellular organisms.
11 - Answer
Starting with the cell, list the 5
levels of organization of
multicellular organisms.
1.Cell
2.Tissue
3.Organ
4.Organ System
5.Organism
23

     Cells that are like each other
     and do the same job
     form______________
23 - Answer

  Cells that are like each other
  and do the same job
  form______________
  A. Tissues
11
     Put these items in order
     according to the 5 levels of
     organization of multicellular
     organisms:

-Cell                -Stomach
-Digestive           -Human
System               -Muscle tissue
11
     Put these items in order
     according to the 5 levels of
     organization of multicellular
     organisms:

Answer: Cell, Muscle tissue,
stomach, digestive system,
human
20

     Plants, Animals, Protists,
     and Fungi are organisms
     that contain these types of
     cells that have a nucleus
     and membrane-bound
     organelles.
20 - Answer

  Plants, Animals, Protists,
  and Fungi are organisms
  that contain these types of
  cells that have a nucleus
  and membrane-bound
  organelles.
  A. Eukaryotic Cells
1
           Photosynthesis

    Why do cells go through
    photosynthesis?
    A: To make _________.
1
           Photosynthesis

    Why do cells go through
    photosynthesis?
    A: To make FOOD.
2a
               The Cell
     In the diagram below, which
     way would the particles
     move to reach equilibrium?
                             =molecules

                              =Cell
2a
               The Cell
     In the diagram below, which
     way would the particles
     move to reach equilibrium?
     A: Inside            6 molecules inside,
                          6 molecules outside
3
           Photosynthesis

    What are the products of
    photosynthesis?
3
           Photosynthesis

    What are the products of
    photosynthesis?
    A: GLUCOSE (FOOD) &
       OXYGEN (O2)
7
     Photosynthesis

Write the formula
for photosynthesis.
7
              Photosynthesis

    Answer:
    ENERGY (light) + H20 + CO2
    GLUCOSE + O2
8
          Cellular Respiration

    Why do cells go through
    cellular respiration?
    A: To make _________.
8
          Cellular Respiration

    Why do cells go through
    cellular respiration?
    A: To make ENERGY.
11
          Cellular Respiration

     In which organelle does
     cellular respiration take
     place?
11
          Cellular Respiration

     In which organelle does
     cellular respiration take
     place?
     A: MITOCHONDRIA
13
       Cellular Respiration
Write the formula for cellular
respiration.
13
         Cellular Respiration

     Answer:
     O2 + GLUCOSE (FOOD) 
     ENERGY (ATP) + H20 + CO2
14
          Cellular Respiration
     In addition to cellular
     respiration, what is name of
     the process that allows cells
     to get energy by breaking
     down food?
14
          Cellular Respiration
     In addition to cellular
     respiration, what is name of
     the other process that
     allows cells to get energy by
     breaking down food?
         A: FERMENTATION
19
            Cell Processes

     In the passive transport
     process of ______, particles
     move from areas of high
     concentration to areas of
     low concentration.
19
            Cell Processes

     In the passive transport
     process of DIFFUSION,
     particles move from areas of
     high concentration to areas
     of low concentration.
19
            Cell Processes

     List the 2 active transport
     processes that allow cells to
     take in particles and get rid
     of particles.
19
            Cell Processes

     List the 2 active transport
     processes that allow cells to
     take in particles and get rid
     of particles.
     A: Endocytosis, Exocytosis
3

    Who is the scientist that
    studied pea plants to
    determine how traits are
    passed from parents to
    offspring?
3 - Answer

  Who is the scientist that
  studied pea plants to
  determine how traits are
  passed from parents to
  offspring?
  A: Gregor Mendel
1

    An organism with two
    dominant alleles or two
    recessive alleles is called
    ______________.
1 - Answer

  An organism with two
  dominant alleles or two
  recessive alleles is called
  homozygous.
16

     Claire has curly hair which is
     a recessive trait (h). What is
     Claire’s phenotype?
16 - Answer

  Claire has curly hair which is
  a recessive trait (h). What is
  Claire’s phenotype?
  A: curly hair
17

     Claire has curly hair which is
     a recessive trait (h). What is
     Claire’s genotype?
17 - Answer

  Claire has curly hair which is
  a recessive trait (h). What is
  Claire’s genotype?
  A: hh
This is the process by which
most of the cells in your
body reproduce.
This is the process by which
most of the cells in your
body reproduce.
A: Mitosis
The parent cell of an
organism has 22
chromosomes.
1) What is the diploid number?
2) What is the haploid number?
The parent cell of an
organism has 22
chromosomes.
1) What is the diploid number?
A: 22
2) What is the haploid number?
A: 11
1)Which sex chromosomes
  does a female carry?

2)Which sex chromosomes
  does a male carry?
1)Which sex chromosomes
  does a female carry?
  A.XX
2)Which sex chromosomes
  does a male carry?
  A.XY
Who determines a child’s
sex: the male or the female?
Who determines a child’s
sex? The male or the
female?
A: Male
(because females can only pass on an X
chromosome. Males can pass on either an X or
a Y, and whichever chromosome the male
passes on will determine the sex)
A dog breeder crosses a
poodle with a lab in order to
have dogs that do not shed.
This is an example of what?
A dog breeder crosses a
poodle with a lab in order to
have dogs that do not shed.
This is an example of what?
A: Selective Breeding
What is the molecule in the
cell that contains the
information for protein
production?
What is the molecule in the
cell that contains the
information for protein
production?
A: DNA
Describe the shape of DNA.
Describe the shape of DNA.
A: double helix, or a
twisted ladder
What are the subunits of
DNA?
What are the subunits of
DNA?
A: Nucleotides
Using their first letters, list
the four bases found in
DNA.
Using their first letters, list
the four bases found in
DNA.
A: A, T, C, & G
Write down the
complementary strand for
this sequence of bases.

A C C T A G
Write down the
complementary strand for
this sequence of bases.

A C C T A G
T G G A T C
What term explains how
populations change over
         time?
Biological Evolution
 What is the term for a change
  in behavior or physical trait
that helps an organism survive
      in its environment?
Adaptation
A group of organisms that can
  mate with each other and
  produce fertile offspring is
       called a_____?
Species
  Organisms with traits best
suited to their environment are
 more likely to survive. This is
 called________ ________?
Natural Selection
He’s called the father of
evolution and came up with the
theory of natural selection. Who
is he?
Charles Darwin
_______ are trace remains of
an organism that lived long
ago, most commonly
preserved in sedimentary rock.
Fossils
Scientists are observing the genetic
makeup of two organisms by
looking at their DNA. The DNA is
very similar. What might they
conclude about these organisms?

A: They may share a _________
____________.
They may share a common
       ancestor.
From broadest to most specific, list
the 8 levels of classification.
From broadest to most specific, list
the 8 levels of classification.

Answer: Domain, Kingdom,
Phylum, Class, Order, Family,
Genus, Species
There are 6 kingdoms into which all
living things are divided. List them.
There are 6 kingdoms into which all
living things are divided. List them.
   Archaeabacteria
   Eubacteria
   Protist
   Fungus
   Plant
   Animal
2

    Mutualism, Commensalism,
    and Parasitism are all types
    of _________ relationships.
2

    Mutualism, Commensalism,
    and Parasitism are all types
    of symbiotic relationships.
11

     A tick bird eats the ticks on
     a rhinoceros, and the
     rhinoceros is cleaned of
     ticks. What describes the
     symbiotic relationship
     between the tick bird and
     the rhinoceros?
11

     A tick bird eats the ticks on
     a rhinoceros, and the
     rhinoceros is cleaned of
     ticks. What describes the
     symbiotic relationship
     between the tick bird and
     the rhinoceros?
     A: Mutualism
16
     Barnacles attach to whales
     and get a habitat and a
     source of nutrients. The whale
     neither benefits nor is
     harmed. What term describes
     the symbiotic relationship
     between the whale and the
     barnacle?
16   Barnacles attach to whales
     and get a habitat and a
     source of nutrients. The whale
     neither benefits nor is
     harmed. What term describes
     the symbiotic relationship
     between the whale and the
     barnacle?
     A: Commensalism
17

     List the three terms that
     describe the ways
     organisms obtain energy.
17

     List the three terms that
     describe the ways
     organisms obtain energy.
     A: Producer, Consumer,
     Decomposer
4
    A tiger is chasing down a
    zebra for dinner. What term
    describes the tiger’s role in
    this scenario?
4
    A tiger is chasing down a
    zebra for dinner. What term
    describes the tiger’s role in
    this scenario?
    A: Predator
5
    A tiger is chasing down a
    zebra for dinner. What term
    describes the zebra’s role in
    this scenario?
5
    A tiger is chasing down a
    zebra for dinner. What term
    describes the zebra’s role in
    this scenario?
    A: Prey
8a
     What do the arrows in this
     diagram show?
8a
     A: How energy moves
     when one organism eats
     another.

								
To top