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Terms that will be on the Biology Test.

Scientific Literacy a general, fact based understanding of the basics of biology and other sciences
Biological Literacy 1. use the process of scientific inquiry to think creatively about real world issues that have a biological component 2. communicate these thoughts to others 3. integrate these ideas into your decision making
Scientific Method process of examination and discovery 1. observations 2. hypothesis 3. prediction 4. experiment 5. conclusion
Protons are particles that have a positive electrical charge
Neutrons are particles that have no electrical charge
Electrons are particles that have a negative electrical charge
Atomic Mass -the mass of an atom -mass of proton plus neutron
Atomic Number The number of protons found in the atom's nucleus.
Covalent Bonds strong chemical bonds formed through electrons sharing
Ionic Bonds occurs when the two oppositely charged ions attract each other -transfer of electrons from one atom to another
Hydrogen Bonds Attraction between a polar atom or molecule and a hydrogen atom.
Created by: marissa.morrison