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End of Year Science

A Review Stack for the End of Year Exam

to change in order to fit a new situation or use adapt
to study something by breaking it down into simpler parts analyze
to group things together because they share one or more properties classify
an answer to an experimental question based on observation or the study of data conclusion
a condition that is not changed in a scientific experiment constant
an organism that feeds on other organisms because it cannot make its own food consumer
a scientific investigation in which there is only one variable and all other conditions are kept constant controlled experiment
information such as that gathered from an experiment data
a community that includes all the living and non-living things in an environment and the relationships between them ecosystem
everything that surrounds an organism and influences it environment
a procedure that is carried out to investigate a scientific question experiment
the process by which seeds swell up and sprout germination
a place that an organism lives habitat
a prediction about how an experiment my turn out based on research or observation done before doing the experiment hypothesis
any living thing organism
the process by which green plants use energy from the sun to turn carbon dioxide and water into glucose and oxygen photosynthesis
anything that spreads harmful or unpleasant substances into the air, water, or ground pollutant
a set of steps that explain how to do something procedure
an organism that can make its own glucose through the process of photosynthesis producer
the process in which ALL organisms use oxygen to burn glucose in order to release the energy respiration
an organism that eats dead organisms scavenger / decomposer
a part of an experiment that is changed variable
an animal that eats other animals secondary consumer
an animal that eats plants primary consumer
List some ways that animals depend on plants. nutrients (glucose), oxygen, possibly shelter
List some ways some plants depend on animals. pollination, seed dispersal
List some non-living parts of an ecosystem. air, sunlight, water, the sand part of soil (Remember: dead things are not non-living parts of the environment.)
Name the poles of any magnet. positive (+) and negative (-)
How many poles do most magnets have? two
What material is attracted by magnets? iron (also cobalt and nickel)
What happens when opposite poles (+-) of magnets are brought together? They attract.
What happens when like poles (++) (--) of magnets are brought together? They repel.
What will happen to a coil of wire if electricity is passed through it? It will become an electromagnet.
What is the best way to increase the strength of an electromagnet? add more coils of wire
Created by: ekeilen