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CP Intro vocab F

Introduction vocab F

:ology the study of
Bio life
biology organized study of living things and their interactions with their natural and physical environments
cell the smallest unit of life
controlled experiment procedure that tests a hypothesis by collecting information under controlled conditions
controlled variables in an experiment, the condition that is tested because it affects the outcome of the experiment
dependent variable the result, measured outcome
homeostasis– maintaining an internal balance, keeping conditions inside the body constant
hypothesis an explanation for a question or problem that can be tested
independent variable– causes a change in; the manipulated variable
inference drawing a conclusion based on circumstantial evidence rather than as a result of observation
observation a remark, statement, or comment based on something one has seen, heard, or noticed.
Created by: nbctbio