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Vocab #19

Review & Preview vocab 6th grade

chlorophyll green, light-trapping pigment in plant chloroplasts that is important in photosynthesis
detritivores animals that eat decomposing (rotting) organisms
dew forms when water vapor forms directly on a surface
frost forms when water vapor forms directly into ice crystals on a surface
gram the basic unit of mass in the SI (metric) system
Newton the basic unit of force in the SI (metric) system
pulley simple machine made from a grooved wheel with a rope wrapped around the groove
sexual reproduction requires the production of sperm and eggs; offspring are different from either parent
stomata tiny openings in a plant's epidermis through which gasses enter and exit (transpiration)
wheel & axle simple machine made from two circular objects that are attached and can rotate
Created by: asarvis