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First Semester Revie

Science

QuestionAnswer
What is the scientific method observe, hypothesis, plan, data, conclusion, next steps
what are some differences in types of microscopes battery and mirror
what is the observable characteristics of an object properties
pices of info that come to you right through your senses observation
places where you can find info from the internet, books or experts resources
we can see objects because light reflects back to our eyes
what are the lens that curve outward convex lens
what are the lens that curved inward concave lens
how is magnification related to how curved the lens
would a curved or flat piece of glass which would magnyfy better curved
who invented the single lens microscope anton van leewenhoek
what is the field of view seen through a microscope seeing more of specimens
as power is increased on a microscope, what happens to the field of view it decreases
what is the part of a microscope that you look through eye piece
what is the part of the part of a microscope that you place your specimen on stage
what type of microscope has 2 lens compound
who created the compound microscope robert hooke
what 2 cell parts that are in a plant cell that is not in an animal cell cell wall choroplast
what is the smallest living body part cells
which cell part surrounds the cell cell membrane
what cell part contains chromosomes nucleus
in a plant which cell part uses energy from the sun to make food choroplast
which cell part is the power house of the cell mitichondria
cells have different shapes to fit their job
what do tissues make organs
what do organs make organ systems
what is the bodys inner transportation system circulatory system
What is the major organ associated with the circulatory system Heart
What system allows the exchange of gases between the outside air and your body Respiratory
What system breaks down food into smaller pieces Digestive
What system allows waste to leave the body in the form of urine Urinary
What system works with the bones to allow the body to move Muscular
What system is made of bones Skeletal
what system is the trachea and alveoli part of respiratory
what are the bodys messengers hormones
what is the name for the bodys final journey to adulthood puberty
what are the muscles of the heart cardiac
name 3 vessels of the circulatory system arteries,capillaries,veins
what is natures way of nature to recycle composting
whatv are all the living and non living thing in an area ecosystem
what are the different areaa of the world that have the same climate biomes
what water biome contains swamps and marshes wetlands
is a tick or a deer which is recieving the energy tick
both organisms in the relation benifit mutulism
what do a tree, a shrub, and algae have in common producer
what are 4 types of consumers herbivores, carnivores, omnivores, & insectivore
wolf eats rabbit who eats grass Rabbit
where do producers get their energy the sun
where do consumers get their energy Other organisms
you record what you learn from your experiment data
3 indicators of the Ph red cabbage juice,litmus paper,and black tea
the amount of matter in an object mass
what you change in an experiment variable
in this type of change, the material remains the same physical
what type of paper can be an indicator of Ph litmus paper
what is the formula for calculating speed f=ma
what is one word that describes newtons 1st law of motion inertia
does the formula force=mass x acceleration 2nd
what is the energy of motion force or pull
what is the energy that can cause change later mechanical
what is the # of a neutral substance 6
2 characteristics of a chemical change ice melting ice freezing
2 characteristics of a physical change crayon melting, fire burning
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