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  1. Science Jeopardy Stimulus Response Characteristics of Life Needs of Life Chemicals of Life Mystery Category 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 Final Jeopardy

  2. Help (1) Save a duplicate of this template. (2) Enter all answers and questions in the normal view. (view/normal) (3) Change the category headings in the normal view (view/normal) (4) View as a slideshow. (5) Use the home red button after each question. ©Norman Herr, 2003

  3. What are hunger, sound and light? Examples of Stimuli A-100

  4. When you dive underwater you automatically hold your breath. What does the water act as in this case? A stimulus A-200

  5. Nick is locked outside in the cold wearing only his swim trunks. His body shivers to stay warm. What is the stimulus and what is the response in this situation? Stimulus = cold temperature Response = shivering A-300

  6. What do gravity, sound and light have in common? They are all examples of stimuli. A-400

  7. Some non-living thing respond to stimuli. A thermostat on an air conditioner keeps the temperature the same inside. This is an example of homeostasis. What is the stimulus and response for the thermostat. Stimulus = temperature change Response = turning on the A/C A-500

  8. Name an organism that reproduces sexually. Humans, cats, hippos, walruses, wombats, platypuses, Anoles, snakes, Oak trees… B-100

  9. Name an organism that reproduces asexually. Hydra, bacteria, fungi… B-200

  10. The process of maintaining stable internal conditions is called ______. Homeostasis B-300

  11. Passing genetic traits from parents to offspring is called __________. Heredity B-400

  12. List 6 characteristics shared by all living things. Made of one or more cells Respond to Stimuli Cells have DNA Grow Reproduce Use energy B-500

  13. What percent of your body is water? 70% C-100

  14. What do most of the chemical reactions involved in metabolism need? Water C-200

  15. An organisms that breaks down the remains of dead things. Decomposer C-300

  16. An organism that makes its own food Producer C-400

  17. An organism that eats other organisms to get food. Consumer C-500

  18. A molecule that forms much of a cell’s membrane (the outer layer). Phospholipids D-100

  19. A major energy carrying molecule in the cell. ATP D-200

  20. A large molecule made of smaller molecules called amino acids. Proteins D-300

  21. A molecule made of sugars and is used for storing energy. Carbohydrates D-400

  22. An energy storing molecule that can not mix with water. Lipid DAILY DOUBLE: A molecule that is the blueprint or plans for life. Nucleic Acid D-500

  23. You peek under a barn door and see 36 hooves. How many horses are in the barn? 9 DAILY DOUBLE: How many legs do 18 chickens have? 36 E-100

  24. What do fish drink? Water E-200

  25. If there were 20 roosters in a barn, how long would it take for them to lay 20 eggs? Forever E-300

  26. 36 people are on the bus. How many people would be left on the bus if all but 9 got off? 9 E-400

  27. All the chemical reactions an organism performs including ingesting, digestion, and excreting. Metabolism E-500

  28. ANSWER: QUESTION: FINAL JEOPARDY