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sloan science-test 1

Growth to kinds of growth- cell division and cell enlargement baby-kid-teen-adult
reproduce asexual reproduction- cloning, budding- involves an egg and a sperm
energy get energy from sun!the sum of all chemical process that occur in an organism metabolism - sun fuels
stimulus response must respond to environment to stay alive- internal and external factor in the environment that causes a response- hunger, temperature, light, sound, pain
homestasis living tings maintain a constant living environment-the state biological balance- many responces are an effort to reach homostasis - temp water hP SWEATING
cells smallest unit of life- all living things are organized into cells- living things are either unicellular or multicellular- put in groups by there functions
organization living things are organized on the inside- all structures have a function molecules, cells, tissues, organs, organ systemsc
volume the amount of space an object takes up, graduated cylinder, liters
distance the amount of space between 2 points, meter stick or ruler, meter
time the amount of space between 2 occurrences
tempurature how hot or cold something is, thermometer, Celsius
mass the amount of matter in an object, triple beam balance, grams
independent variable the only factor that is changed or varied by the experimenter in an experiment
dependent variable the factor that responds or depends on the independent variable
constant things that are kept the same throughout an experiment
control the factor that is used as the standard to which everything is compared
hypothesis an observation or idea
Created by: ellaflittle