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Science

TermDefinition
prevailing westerlies global winds that move from east to west
cumulus a cloud formation in fair weather
culumulonimbus a dark cloud with heavy precipitation ( stormy 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 cold air
photosynthesis the process of plants making their own food
transport system 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 enviroment
Example in order for our cells to get oxygen from the outside, we need to breathe oxygen.
first graph slowly speeding up
second graph speeding up at a constant rate
third graph slowing down at a constant rate
fourth graph slowly slowing down
Created by: Dcathey123