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7 CK Evolution

7th CK Science - The "E" Word - Evolution - COMPLETE

TermDefinition
Absolute location the exact location in terms of latitude and longitude of a place
Continents of the world Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Australia, Europe, North America and South America
Equator an imaginary line that circles the globe in an east-west direction exactly half way between the North and South poles
Evolution gradual change over time
Fact something having, real demonstrable existence
Latitude imaginary lines drawn in an east-west direction around the globe that measure the distance north and south of the equator in degrees of a circle
Law a summarizing statement of observed experiments that has been tested many times and is generally accepted as true by the scientific community
Longitude imaginary lines drawn in a north-south direction around the globe that measure the distance east and west of the Prime Meridian in degrees of a circle
Natural selection survival and reproduction of those organisms best adapted to their surroundings
Northern hemisphere the half of the earth north of the equator
Oceans of the world Atlantic, Arctic, Indian, and Pacific
Southern hemisphere the half of the earth south of the equator
Theory the set of facts, based on separate but related hypotheses, explaining the behavior of a particular phenomenon
Created by: artisteacher