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Science 1-4

data another word for facts
marine of or relating to saltwater environments, such as the sea and ocean
intertidal zone the area between the highest and lowest points that the tide reaches
tide pool collection of salt water and sea life that could not escape when the tide went out
arboreal relating to trees
scavenger animal that feeds on dead organisms
aquatic of or relating to water
habitat the place where an organism lives
diurnal active mainly during the day
nocturnal active mainly at night
thermal vent hot springs in the ocean floor
Sir Francis Bacon English scientist known as "Father of the Scientific Method"
control group a group used as a standard for comparison
constant a condition which is the same in both the control and experimental groups
variable a condition which is not the same in all groups
1) State the problem 2) Gather information 3) Formulate a hypothesis 4) Test the hypothesis 5) Record and analyze 6) State the conclusion the 6 steps of the scientific method
experimental group a group on which a test is performed
Created by: JoelConaway