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2ACT Sci Vocab 15-31

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Biomass Total mass of all living matter within a given area.
Diffusion Time The time that it takes for material to spread from one area to another.
Boiling Point The temperature at which liquid changes state from a liquid to a gas.
Biosynthesis The production of a chemical compound within the body.
Celsius A temperature scale in which the freezing point of water is 0 and the boiling point is 100 degrees under normal atmospheric conditions.
Dilute To weaken the strength of a solution.
Capillary A very slim tube; one of a network of extremely small blood vessels.
Cerebral Edema Brain swelling.
Chlorophyll A green pigment produced in response to sunlight during photosynthesis.
Dissolution The process of dissolving or disentigrating.
Carbohydrate Sugars and starches that serve as a major energy source for animals.
Cholesterol A soft waxy compound found in the body and the food we eat.
Colloid A gelatinous material.
Compressibility The ease at which pressure can alter the volume of matter.
Disperse To scatter or spread out.
Condense To become more compact; to change from vapor to liquid.
Drag Force The force that resist or slows down motion through mediums such as air.
Created by: dfosterteacher