Jeopardy - Mrs. W-B\'s Science

Jeopardy - Mrs. W-B\'s Science

Lets Play Jeopardy Jeopardy

Cell Growth Mitosis

Cell Cycle Cytokinesis Chromosones

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Final Jeopardy $100 Question The _________ a cell becomes the more strain it places on its DNA.

$100 Answer larger $200 Question

The process by which a cell divides into two new daughter cells is called $200 Answer Cell Division

$300 Question As the length of a cell increases, its volume _________________ faster than its surface area

$300 Answer Increases $400 Question

What is the ratio of a cell with a length of 3 on all sides? $400 Answer 2:1

$500 Question As a cell becomes larger it has more trouble doing what?

$500 Answer Moving enough nutrients and wastes across the cell membrane. $100 Question

The first stage of cell division, the division of the cell nucleus, is called ___________________. $100 Answer

Mitosis $200 Question The mnemonic device for the four stages of mitosis is _____________.

$200 Answer PMAT $300 Question

DAILY DOUBLE!!! $300 Daily Double Question

Prophase Prepare

Metaphase - _____________ Anaphase - _____________ Telophase - _____________ $300 Answer

Middle Away Tear $400 Question

The first and longest phase of mitosis is ____________. Metaphase, on the other hand, only lasts a few ______________. $400 Answer

Prophase, minutes $500 Question In anaphase, the _________________ that join the sister chromatids split and

following this comes the fourth and final of mitosis called _________________. $500 Answer Centromeres, telophase

$100 Question The series of events that cells go through as they grow and divide.

$100 Answer Cell Cycle $200 Question The cell cycle consists of ___________

phases. $200 Answer Four

$300 Question The four phases of the cell cycle are $300 Answer M phase, G1 phase, S phase, G2 phase

$400 Question What coincides with G1 phase, S phase and G2 phase?

$400 Answer Interphase $500 Question ____________ and ____________ take place

during the M phase. $500 Answer Cytokinesis and Mitosis

$100 Question The division of the cytoplasm is called __________ $100 Answer

Cytokinesis $200 Question In plants, a _______________ forms to divide the nuclei

$200 Answer Cell wall $300 Question

In animal cells, the cell membrane is drawn inward until the ____________ is pinched into two nearly equal parts. $300 Answer

cytoplasm $400 Question Cytokinesis begins during ________________

$400 Answer telophase $500 Question

If kinesis means motion and the prefix cyto refers to cell, what does cytokinesis mean? $500 Answer

Movement within the cell $100 Question Chromosomes are made up of ________

$100 Answer DNA $200 Question Each chromosome consists of two identical

sister ______________ $200 Answer chromatids

$300 Question ________________ are usually located near the middle of the chromatids. $300 Answer

Centromeres $400 Question In _________________ cells, the genetic information that is passed on from one

generation to the next is carried by chromosones $400 Answer Eukaryotic

$500 Question Humans have _________ chromosomes $500 Answer

46 Final Jeopardy Why do you call interphase toe-jam?

Final Jeopardy Answer Because it happens between mitosis Game Over

Bye Bye Then

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