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Experiments

Biology I-3 (experiments)

TermDefinition
experiment controlled test for hypotheses
Hypothesis prediction about variables that can be tested
independent variable factor manipulated by experimenter to observe its affect on other variables; difference between experimental and control groups
dependent variable measured outcomes in an experiment; factor expected to respond to changes in the independent variable
constant/controlled variables factors kept the same for all groups
observation collected information or data
experimental data data collected from subjects under test conditions = have manipulated independent variable
control data baseline data for comparison which is collected from subjects under "normal" or untreated conditions
science process to solve problems with logic, tests and evidence
inference reasonable conclusion based on what is known
scientific theory explanation for natural events generally accepted to be true by scientists
bias prejudice towards some idea
Created by: strawend