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Where is the anther on a plant and what does it do? A part of the stamen that contains the pollen
The M in MRS C GREN is? Movement
The R's in MRS C GREN is? Respire and Reproduce
What is the S in MRS C GREN? Sensitivity
The C in MRS C GREN is? Cells
What is the G in MRS C GREN? Growth
What is the E in MRS C GREN? Excrete
What is the N in MRS C GREN? Nutrition
What do the petals do for a plant? Attract bees and insects
What does the stamen do for a plant? Produce the pollen
What does the carpel do for a plant? It is the female reproductive part of the flower
What does the pollen do for a plant? Reproduce
What does the sepal do for a plant? Protects the flower
What is the filament? A part of he stamen that holds the anther up
What does the ovary do for a plant? Grows into the seeds
The stigma and the style are part of ... The carpel
In the carpel the top is called the ... Stigma
The part of the carpel that holds the stigma up is the ... Style
What is the scientific word for not being able to dissolve? Insoluble
What is the scientific word for able to dissolve? Soluble
The scientific word solute means... Solid
The scientific word solvent means... Liquid
Solution means? A mixture of solute (solid) and solvent (liquid)
What is the scientific word for the technique used to separate a mixture of two or more coloured pigments is? Chromatography
What does evaporating mean? Turning from liquid to gas
What does condensing mean? Turning from a gas to a liquid
What is the name for turning a liquid into a solid Solidifying
What does sublimation mean? Turning from gas to solid
What is the name for a solid turning into a liquid? Melting
What is made from different substances that are not chemically joined? Mixture
What is conduction? A term used to describe the flow of heat through an object.
What is convection? When particles are heated the distance between them increases.
When the particles are very close together it is called a ... Solid
When the particles can move around at a medium pace the state of matter is called ... Liquid
When the particles are moving very fast, the state of matter is called... Gas
What does this symbol mean? C Carbon
What does this symbol mean? B Boron
What does this symbol mean? K Potassium
What does this symbol mean? Na Sodium
What does this symbol mean? H Hydrogen
What does this symbol mean? He Helium
What does this symbol mean? F Fluorine
What does this symbol mean? Li Lithium
What does this symbol mean? Mg Magnesium
What does this symbol mean? O Oxygen
What does this symbol mean? Ne Neon
What does this symbol mean? Cl Chlorine
What does this symbol mean? Ca Calcium
What does this symbol mean? Cu Copper
What does this symbol mean? Au Gold
What does this symbol mean? Ar Argon
What does this symbol mean? S Sulfur
What does this symbol mean? Be Beryllium
What does this symbol mean? Ti Titanium
What does this symbol mean? Fe Iron
What does this symbol mean? Ag Silver
What does this symbol mean? P Phosphorus
What does this symbol mean? I Iodine
What does this symbol mean? Al Aluminium
Name three types of teeth... Molar, Canine, Incisor
What is a carnivore? It is an animal that eats only meats
What is a omnivore? It is an animal that eats meats and plants
What is a herbivore? It is an animal that eats plants
What is energy measured in? KJ - Kilojules
Bread is an example of what nutrient group? Carbohydrates
Meat is an example of what nutrient group? Protein
Butter is an example of what nutrient group? Lipids - fats and oils
Salt is an example of what nutrient group? Minerals
A banana is an example of what nutrient group? Vitamins
Cereals are an example of what nutrient group? Fibre
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