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Science Vocabulary

Intertidal Zone Where the ocean meets the land (shoreline)
Neritic Zone Water becomes deeper and the ocean floor starts to slope down (Finding Nemo)
Oceanic Zone The sea floor drops sharply; this is the open ocean
Benthic Zone The ocean floor
Law of Superposition "In undisturbed sedimentary rock layers, older layers of rock lie beneath younger rock layers"
Bioaccumulation The addition of toxic substances to oragnisms throughout a food web
Compound Two or more substances joined together chemically
Mixture Two or more substances joined together physically
Periodic Table Gives information about the chemical elements grouped into eight classes
Chemical Changes A change in a substance that results in a new substance being formed
Physical Changes Any change in matter that does not change the chemical composition of the substance
Producer (Autotroph) An organism that can produce its own food
Consumer (Heterotroph) An organism that can not produce its own food
Created by: bstron918