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Quarter 1 assessment

Quarter 1 assessment review vocabulary

Factors kept the same in an experiment Constant
The one thing I change in an experiment Independent variable
Can be answered using books, the internet or other sources Researchable question
Can be answered on your own using direct observation or performing a lab experiment. Testable question
1st step in the scientific method State the problem
List of "I Know" statements related to your problem. Gathering information or data
Making a prediction as to what is going to happen in the experiment Hypothesis
What I observe happen in an experiment Dependent variable
A part of an experiment that is not changed it is used for comparision Control
This is the part of the experiment where I collect the data and "show" my results Observation
I explain what happened during the experiment and whether my hypothesis was right or wrong Conclusion
Consumer that eats only plants herbivore
Consumer that eats both plants and animals omnivore
Consumer that eats only other animals carnivore
An organism that can make its own food producer
Living factors in an ecosystem Biotic
Nonliving factors in an ecosystem Abiotic
All the biotic and abiotic factors found in a given area Ecosystem
Plants that emerge from the pond water, example cattails Emergent vegetation
Plants that do not come above the surface of the water Submerged vegetation
Plants that float on the surface of the pond. Surface vegetation
The region near the side of the water, animal tracks and plants can be found here Edge water region
The region of the pond where you may find fish and other animals. Open water region
The region of the pond where you may find lily pads, ducks or frogs. Surface region
The region of the pond where its dark and many microorganisms live. Muddy bottom region
Created by: dwehrlin