Jeopardy 3.1 Cell Division 3.2 Cell Cycle 3.3 More Mitosis Asexual Reproduction Vocabulary Random Facts 100 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500 500 Final jeopardy 3.1 100 Most multicellular organisms grow and develop because their cells do this. What is continue to divide? 3.1 200 This is where all cells come from. What are existing cells? 3.1 300 Three functions of cell division. What is growth, development and repair? 3.1 400 Unicellular organisms use cell division for this. What is reproduction? 3.1 500 This happens to cells of a multicellular organism as it develops from a single cell into an adult organism. What is the cells multiply and specialize – they do not grow bigger? 3.2 100 A cell produces two genetically identical daughter cells when this happens. What is mitosis? 3.2 200 The correct sequences of steps in the cell cycle. What is interphase, mitosis, cytokinesis? 3.2 300 Cells prepare for cell division during this phase by duplicating their DNA. What is interphase? 3.2 400 The number of chromosomes in a daughter cell after mitosis. What is the same as the parent cell? 3.2 500 The stages of mitosis and what happens during each stage. What is during prophase, chromosomes condense, each of which consists of two identical chromatids held together by a centromere. During metaphase, the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell. During anaphase, chromatids split and the chromosomes are pulled to the opposite ends of the cell. During telophase, the chromosomes uncondense and new nuclear membranes form. 3.3 100 This can result in large numbers of offspring. What is asexual reproduction (especially by binary fission)? 3.3 200 An example of this is when a leaf breaks off a plant. Someone puts the stem of the leaf into water. Roots eventually grow from the stem. What is regeneration? 3.3 300 Starfish do this type of asexual reproduction. What is regeneration? 3.3 400 Why asexual reproduction is important. What is asexual reproduction is important because it allows most unicellular and some multicellular organisms to reproduce? 3.3 500 Name and describe three forms of asexual reproduction. What is binary fission, budding, and regeneration ? Binary fission occurs when an organism splits in two, forming two offspring. Most unicellular organisms reproduce using binary fission. Budding occurs when an organism develops small extensions, or buds, that grow until a new organism is formed. Regeneration can be a form of asexual reproduction when a part, or fragment, of an organism regenerates missing body parts from its own cells. More Mitosis 100 Name these stages of mitosis and arrange them in the right order. What is B (prophase); C (metaphase); A (anaphase); and D (telophase)? More Mitosis 200 The phase and what happens in the stage shown in B. What is prophase, chromosomes condense, each of which consists of two identical chromatids held together by a centromere. More Mitosis 300 This happens after stage D in this diagram in a plant cell. What is In a plant cell, a cell plate would form. This cell plate would eventually become part of the cell wall of each of the new cells? More Mitosis 400 This happens in stages shown in C and A. What is During metaphase, the chromosomes line up in the middle of the cell. During anaphase, chromatids split and the chromosomes are pulled to the opposite ends of the cell. More Mitosis 500 In which of the stages is DNA in threadlike form for part of the stage? What is DNA is in theadlike form for part of stages B and D? Vocabulary 100 This is what DNA stands for. What is the deoxyribonucleic acid? Vocabulary 200 This is made up of DNA wrapped around proteins and bunched up. What is a chromosome? Vocabulary 300 It results in two completely independent cells that are genetically identical to the parent cell. What is asexual reproduction? Vocabulary 400 This is divided during cytokenisis. What is cytoplasm? Vocabulary 2 500 The normal sequence of development and division of a cell. What is the cell cycle? Random Facts 100 What is the name of the robot in Brainpop? Who or what is Moby? Random Facts 200 The number of cubic centimeters in 1ml of water. What is 1 cm3 of water = 1 ml of water? Random Facts 300 2500 x 10-4 in regular notation. What is 0.2500? Random Facts 400 4,100,000,000 written in scientific notation. What is 4.1 x 109? Random Facts 500 The number of miles in a 10K road race. What are 6.2 miles? STUDY!