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Science 6th Grade

All material learned in 6th grade. Review for final exam

What is the difference between wind-pollinated and animal-pollinated plants? Wind-pollinated plants are usually less colorful, and produce more pollen. Animal-pollinated plants are colorful, produce less pollen, and have nectar.
What is Sonar and how is it harmful to marine mammals? Sonar is what scientists use to detect objects underwater. Marine mammals might mistaken the sound and think it's another animal calling. They end up getting beached, which is getting stranded on land.
How does bacteria reproduce? Binary fission
How are bacteria classified? By shape. Rod, Round, and Spiral
How are archaebacteria classified? By where they live.
What are the 3 types of fungi? Mushrooms, Yeast, and Mold
Created by: SZhang