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Bio Extended Unit 1

observation gather information from the 5 senses
Qualitative descriptive observations
experiment the test of a hypothesis
circle graph a graph that shows a whole broken down into parts like percentages.
organism any living thing
data information gathered from observation
cell smallest unit of all living things
hypothesis a possible answer to a question
bar graph a type of graph that compares information collected by counting
tissues a group of similar cells working together
control used to COMPARE to the experimental group
dependent variable the measurable results, don't put, "growth"
volume the amount of space an object takes up
grams used to measure mass
quantitative data that is numerical
organ system a group of similar organs working together
mass the amount of material an object is made up of
line graph a graph that shows trends or how something changes over time
organ a group of similar tissues working together
independent variable the ONE thing that is changed by the experimentor
Created by: jhshwood