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Bio A - Characteris

biology

TermDefinition
observation Information gathered using the five senses.
inference A logical guess based on observations or prior knowledge.
quantitative observation observation that contains numbers or measurements
qualitative observation observation that describes something, like color, shape, texture
independent variable the variable that the scientist changes in an experiment
dependent variable the results or data from an experiment
controlled variables variables that do not change from one experiment to another, the things that remain the same in an experiment
hypothesis An if, then statement used to set up an experiment;
theory an explanation that has been supported by testing, can be revised with new testing
law a statement or prediction about repeated patterns and observations: a prediction about what will occur
biotic things in nature that are living or once were living
abioitic things that were never alive
growth an increase in size of a living thing
evolution changes in a population from generation to generation
organism a living thing
Created by: lb goodlock