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a curved piece inward,and it makes what is seen appear smaller. concave
who invented the single lens microscope? Leewenhoek
what is the part that you look through? eyepiece
name the partthat you place you specimem on? stage
what type of microscope has at least 2 lens? compound
what is the smallest living body part cells
what cell part contains the chromosomes nucleos
cells have different shapes to fit their job
whats the body's inner transportation system circulatory
the observable characteristics of an object traits
the shape of a lens,is curved outwards convex
the major organ associated with the circulatory system heart
breaks down food into smaller pieces digestive
allows waste to leave the body in form the of urine urinary
the body's largest organ skin
muscles of the heart are caled cardiac
made up of the bones skeletal
biotic factors are all of the _______ things in an ecosystem. living
abiotic factors are all of the _______ things in an ecosystem nonlving
both orgamisms in the realationship beneift true
what water biome contains swamps and marshes wetlands
Created by: michaelglass15