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evolution and homeostasis slides
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Brain
Evidence
Of
Evolution
Darwin
Classification
Homeostasis
Cells
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What part of the brain is
responsible for higher-order
thinking?
A 100
Cerebrum
A 100
What part of the brain is
responsible for balance and
posture?
A 200
Cerebellum
A 200
What part of the brain allows
for communication between
the left and right
hemispheres?
A 300
Corpus Callosum
A 300
What part of the brain
controls the movements of
your body?
A 400
Motor cortex
A 400
Which part of the brain
controls the feelings and
sensations on your body?
A 500
Sensory cortex
A 500
What structural adaptation
allows humans to grip objects
with strength and precision?
B 100
Opposable thumb
B 100
What is the term describing
how humans walk on 2 feet
fully upright?
B 200
Bipedal
B 200
What is the term for similar
structures (biological
characteristics) shared by
different animals?
B 300
Homologous structures
B 300
What radioactive element is
commonly used to find the
exact age of a fossil?
B 400
Carbon-14
B 400
What is the name of the
complex molecule that stores
an organism’s genetic
information?
B 500
DNA
B 500
What is the name of Darwin’s
theory of evolution?
C 100
Natural Selection
C 100
What is another term for
Natural Selection?
C 200
“Survival of the fittest”
C 200
What are the inherited
characteristics that are
beneficial for survival?
C 300
Adaptations
C 300
DAILY
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DOUBLE
C 400
What is necessary for a
species to survive?
C 400
Reproduction
C 400
According to Darwin, species
overproduce. As a result,
what must all members of the
species do to survive?
C 500
Compete (for resources)
C 500
What did King Philip Come
Over For?
D 100
Good Soup
D 100
In the classification hierarchy
of life, which group has
organisms that are the most
similar to each other?
D 200
Species
D 200
The 5 kingdoms are: Monera,
Plantae, Animalia, Fungi
and…
D 300
Prokaryotae
D 300
How do plants and some
fungi obtain food?
D 400
Photosynthesis
D 400
What is the Genus species
classification for humans?
D 500
Homo sapiens
D 500
What is the internal balance
of conditions within an
organism?
E 100
Homeostasis
E 100
What is the smallest unit of
life?
E 200
Cell
E 200
What is the diffusion of water
from an area of higher
concentration to an area of
lower concentration?
E 300
Osmosis
E 300
What kind of solution has the
same concentration of solute
inside and outside the cell?
E 400
Isotonic
E 400
What kind of solution has a
higher concentration of solute
outside the cell compared to
the inside the cell?
E 500
Hypertonic
E 500
What are the 3 organelles that
are in a plant cell, but not in
an animal cell?
F 100
Cell wall, chloroplasts, and 1
large vacuole
F 100
Which organelle acts as the
brain of the cell and stores
DNA?
F 200
Nucleus
F 200
Which organelle is the
“power plant” where the cell
changes food energy into cell
energy?
F 300
Mitochondria
F 300
Which organelle is the
packaging and distributions
center for the cell?
F 400
Golgi Apparatus
F 400
Cell membranes only allow
certain types of molecules
into the cell. This is called
what?
F 500
Selective Permeability
F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is:
Lucy
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What is the Genus species of
Lucy?
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Australopithecus afarensis
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