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EOG review


Prevailing Westerlies global winds that move from west to east
Cumulus a cloud formation in fair weather
Cumulonimbus a dark cloud with heavy precipitation(storm cloud)
Conduction when heat or electricity travels through an object(a hot handle of a pan,a cord plugged into the wall
Convection when hot air/water rises and cold air/water sinks
Transpiration when plants push water out of their leaves to be evaporated by the sun
El Nino a series or climate changes around the globe
Deciduous trees that shed their leaves (usually in the fall)
Coniferous trees that DO NOT shed their leaves
Front a boundary seperating
Photosythesis the process of plants making their own food
Transport systems these are systems found in multi-celled organisms such as the respiratory system.it is because the cells can't exchange gases with the outside environment
Mass how much matter is in an object (objects with more mass require more force to stop!!)
Friction forces that stop an object from moving
Gravity the force that pulls an object toward the center of an object(we are pulled to the center of the earth)
Thermal energy energy that comes from heat
Created by: JBrodie123