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1st semester science

List the steps in the scientific method.1 Observation,question,hypothesis,plan, expierement,data,conclusion,and next steps
Give two reasons why scientist use the scientific method.2 To find the answer and test the answer.
Whats another word for hand lens?3 Magnifying lens.
What are some differences in types of microscopes?4 Some use electricity, a mirror,and some have a single lens.
What are the observable characteristics of an object?5 Physical properties.
What are pieces of information that come to you directly through your senses?6 Observations.
What are places where you can find information such as the enternet , books or experts?7 Resources.
What is true information from wich the resources can be cited?8 Facts.
You can only see objects that reflect what back into your eyes?9 Light.
What lens is curved outward and magnifies or makes objects appear larger?10 Convex.
What lens is curved inward and makes objects appear smaller?11 Concave.
What is magnification directly related to how curved the what is?13 Lens.
If you were given a flat piece of glass or a curved piece of glass wich one would be used as a magnifyer?14 Curved.
Who envented the single lens microscope?15 Anton Van leuwenhoek.
What is the field of view seen through a microscope?16 It is what all you see in the microscope.
As power is increased on a microscope,what happens to the field of view?17 It increases
MICROSOFT PARTS. A.What is the part that you look through B.Name the part that you put your specimen on. A.Eye piece B.Stage18
What type of microscope has at least 2 lenses?19 Compound.
Who is credited with improving the compond microscope and creating drawings of the objects he could see?20 Roberte Hooke.20
What 2 cell parts do plants have that animal cells dont?21 Cell wall, and chloroplast.
What is the smallest living body part?22 cells.
Which cell part surrounds the cell allowing materials to come in and out?23 Cell membrane.
What cell part contains the chrmosomes?24 nucleus.
In a plant ,which cell uses energy from the sun to make food?25 Chloroplast.
Which cell part is the powerhouse of the cell?26 Mitochondrian.
Cells have different shapes to fit their what?27 Jobs.
Cells make tissue,tissues make ______,and ______ make organ _______. 28
What is the body"s inner transportation system?29 Circulatory
What is the major organ associated with the circulatory system?30 Heart.
What system allows the exchange of of gases between the outside air and your body?31 Respiratory.
What system breaks down food into smaller pieces?32 Digestive.
What system allows waste to leave the body in the form of urine?33 Urinary.
What system works with the bones to allow the body to move?34 Muscalatory.
What system is made up of bones?35 Skelatal.
The trachea and alveoli work together as part of what body system?36 Respiratory.
What is the main function of the urinary system?37 Ridding the body of waste.
What are the body's chemical messengers?38 Hormone.
What is the name of the body's final journey into adulthood?39 Puberty.
What are the muscles of the heart called?40 Cartiaes.
Name three vessels of the circulatory system.41 Arteries,capillaries,and viens.
Name the body's largest organ.42 Skin.
What is natures way of recycling natural products in the environment?43 Decomposing.
What are all of the living and nonliving things in an area called?44 Ecosystem.
Biotic factors are all of the _______ things in an ecosystem.45 Living.
Abiotic factors are all of the ___________ things in an ecosystem.46 Nonliving.
A rabbit eating grass is an example of an interaction between ________ factors in an ecosystem47 Biotic.47
What are the different areas of the world that have been divided up because the have the same climate and same organisms called?48 Biomes.48
Every organism has a ________ and a ________ within their ecosystem.49 Ntch and habitat.
Name 6 land biomes.50 Tropical rainforest,diciduous rainforest, grassland,taiga,desert,tundra.
What water biome contains swamps and marshes?51 Wetlands.
In a food web wherein a tick lives on a deer,who is receiving the energy?52 The tick.
In mutualism,both organisms in a relationshipbenefit.53 True.
What do a tree ,a shrub and algae all have in common beside bieng plants?54 They are all producers.
Name 4 types of of consumersin an ecosystem.55 Herbervores,carnivores,omnivores,decomposer,and insectovore.
In the following food chain,who would be the producer?Wolf eats rabbit who eats grass.56 Grass.
What are 2 things animals in an ecosystem would compete for.57 Land,food
From where do producers get their energy?58 Sun
From where do consumers get their energy?59 Eating other organisms
Name 4 spheres of the earth and giveone main characteristic of each sphere.60 Geosphere is land,hydrosphere is water,lithosphere is the earths layers,atmisphere is air
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