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What two organelles does a plant cell have that an animal cell doesn't have? cell wall and chloroplast
The removal of soil, sand, or sediment by wind, water, or ice is called what? erosion
The thin layer of rock at the top of the mantle is called what? lithosphere
What is all the water on earth called? hydrosphere
What do we call all the gases that surround the earth? atmosphere
What part of a plant produces seeds? flower
What is the purpose of the roots of a plant? take in water and nutrients from the soil
What is the purpose of the leaves of a plant? perform photosynthesis; make food for the plant
What is the process by which plants make their own food? photosynthesis
What part of the plant cell helps the plant make food? chlorophyll
How long does it take the moon to revolve around the earth? 28 days / about a month
How long does it take the Earth to revolve around the sun? 365 1/4 days
What do things like lenses, water, or a prism do to light? refraction
When light bends or changes direction, what is that called? refraction
Name some things that have lenses. camera, microscope, glasses, magnifying glass, telescope, camera
What kind of potential energy do things such as food, batteries, wood, and batteries contain? chemical
What kind of potential energy is based on the position of the object? gravitational
What kind of potential energy do things such as a bow and arrow, a trampoline, a slingshot, and a spring have in common? elastic
What is sodium chloride? salt, a compound
What is salt? (element, compound, mixture) compound
What is a drought? a long period of time without rain
WHat are fossil fuels formed from? plants and animals that have been dead for thousands of years
Earthquakes are formed by the movement of - tectonic plates
What kind of plate boundary creates mountains? convergent
What kind of plate boundary creates earthquakes? transform
Carbon dioxide is an example of a - compound
All of these things have what in common? camera, microscope, glasses, magnifying glass, telescope, camera lens
What kind of lens is thicker in the middle than the edges? convex
What kind of lens is thicker on the edges and thinner in the middle? concave
Freezing temperature in Celsius 0
Boiling temperature in Celsius 100
Freezing temperature in Fahrenheit 32
Boiling temperature in Fahrenheit 212
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