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1st semester science

what are the steps to the scientific method observe,hypothisis,plan,data,conclusion,next steps
why do scientist use the scientific method scientist use the scientific method because it is easier tho experiment and is more orginized
what is another word for hand lens magnifying glass
what are some diffrentces in microscope some are compound, some use light their speciment
what are the observable characteristics of an object physical proporties
what are peices of information that come to you directly through your senses observations
where are places where you find information such as the internet,books,or experts resorces
what are true information from which the resorce can be cited facts
we can only see objects as they reflect _____ back to our eyes light
what kind of lens is curved inward,and it makes what is seen appear smaller concave
what kind of lens is curved outward and magnafies or make objects appear larger convex
magnification is directly related to how curved the ______ is lens
what would be used as a magnafier a curved lens
who invented the single lens microscope antovanleeweenhoek
what is the field of veiw as seen through the microscope you see more of specimen
as power is increased on a microscope,what happens to the feild of veiw it increases
what part of a microscope do you look through the eyepeice
name the part of a microscope that you lay your specimen on the stage
what type of microscope has 2 or more lens compound microscope
who improved the compound microscope and drew the objects that he could see robert hooke
what 2 cell parts do plant cells have that animal cells do not have cell wall,chloroplasts
what is the smallest living body part cells
which cell part surrounds the cell allowing matirials to come in and out of the cell cell membrane
what cell part contains chromosomes nucleous
in a plant,which cell part uses energy from the sun to make food chloroplasts
which cell part is the power house of the cell mitochondria
cells have differant shapes to fit their ______. jobs
cells make tissues,tissues make ______,and _____ make organ _____ organs,organs make organ systems
what is the bodys inner transportation system circulatory
what is the major organ associated with the circulatory system the heart
what system allows the exchange of gasses between the outside air and your body respitory
what system breaks down food into smaller peices digestive
what system allows waste to leave the body in a form of urine urinary
what system works with the bones allowing the bones to move muscular
what system is made up of bones skeletal
the trachia and the alvoli work together as of what body system respitory
what is the main function of the urinary system to rid body of wast
what are the bodys chemical messangers hermones
what is the name of the bodys finalle journey to adulthood puborty
what are the muscles of the heart called cardiacs
what are the three vessels of the circulatory system arteries,capilaries,veins
what is the largest organ of the human body the skin
what is natures way of recycling natural products in the environment composting
what are the living and nonliving things in an area ecosystems
biotic factors are all of the _______ things in an ecosystem living
abiotic factors are all of the _______ things in an ecosystem nonliving
a rabbitt eating grass is an example of biotic factors
what are some differant areas in the world that have been split up because they are all very alike biomes
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