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Crookse 7S1

Seventh Grade Science Set 1

Knowledge or study that is based upon observation, experimentation, evidence and natural law. Science
Any information that is gathered or collected for a scientific investigation. Data
Any logical and testable explanation for a problem. The explanation requires further investigation in order to be verified. Hypothesis
A well-tested and plausible explanation for something that happens within the natural world. Theory
A factor, condition or trait that can be controlled or changed in an experiment. Types include: independent, dependent and controlled. Variable
The basic functional unit of living matter in all organisms. Cell
A mass of similar cells working together to perform a particular function. Tissue
The process in which particles of matter (mainly liquids and gasses) move from an area of greater concentration to an area of lesser concentration. Diffusion
Created by: crookse