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PerkyPerk Fab 15

Fifteen Concepts Frequently Found on Science TAKS Test

QuestionAnswer
Relationships between two living organism; parasitism( good-bad relationship), mutualism (good-good relationship), and commensalism (good-nothing relationship) Symbiotic Relationships
Illustrates the Law of Conservation of Mass by counting atoms in the reactant side and the product side; Maintain the same number of atoms in and out of a reaction by adding coefficients Balancing Equations
Explanation of inertia,constant acceleration and momentum Newton's Laws of Motion
Prokaryotic organisms which aid in digestion, food production and harmful organisms can be destroyed with antibiotics;Group of non-living particles that consist of a nucleic acid wrapped in a protein coat and cannot be destroyed by antibiotics Bacteria and Viruses
Method of thermal energy movement by radiation(electromagnetic waves), convection (movement in fluids) and conduction (movement by direct contact) Heat Transfer
Transfer of light energy into chemical energy and how it flows through organisms; illustrated by food chains, food webs and energy pyramids Energy Transfer
Changes in matter that may or may not involve the rearrangement of atoms Physical and Chemical Changes
Mathematical calculations of science concepts Formulas
Mass divided by volume; can measured in grams per centimeter cubed or grams per milliliter Density
Proper selection and use of glassware,electronics and other instruments Lab Equipment and Safety
Maximum amount of solute dissolved in a solvent at a given temperature; affected by temperature,particle size,pressure and concentration Solubility
Doubled stranded nucleic acid found in the nucleus of eukaryotic organisms which carries the genetic blueprint in a sequence of nitrogen bases Deoxyribonucleic Acid
Eleven interrelated systems that enable humans to maintain homeostasis Human Body Systems
Organization of matter based on properties Periodic Table
Classification of living organisms into 6 kingdoms based on whether they are prokaryotic or eukaryotic, autotrophic or heterotrophic and movement or stationary organisms Taxonomy