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Science

Science Vocabulary

TermDefinition
position An objects position is its location point.
distance the amount of space between one point and another
displacement The method to determine the volume of a volume ofa solid object using the difference in water volume before and after the addition of the object.
speed The distance traveled per unit of time.
velocity The speed and direction of a moving object.
time The measured or measurable period during which an action, or progress, or condition exists or continues.
position An objects position is its location point.
law of conservation of energy Energy cannot be created out of nothing,nor can it be completely destroyed. Energy can only change its form.
10. potential energy The amount of energy that is stored in an object
kinetic energy the energy an object has because of it's motion
reflection a change in the direction of a wave when it hits a barrier and bounces back
refraction a change in the direction and velocity which occurs when a seismic or electromagnetic wave travels from one material into another of different density, state, or elasticity
absorption a physical process in which a substance takes in a given amount of another substance
wavelength the distance between one peek and the next on a wave
frequency The number of cycles a wave completes in a period of time. The number of times something happend.
gravity A force that exists between any two objects that have mass.
mass The amount of matter in an object.
distance (effect on gravity) the amount of space between one point and another
weight The force of gravity on an object.
inertia An object's resistance to a change in motion
law of universal gravitation The law that states that the gravitational force increases the mass of two objects increases and decreases as the distance between abject increases.
rotation A wheel on a car spins on its axis but dose not move.
orbit
revolution the orbiting of an object around another object
seasons a period of the year determined by the position of the earth as it revolves around the sun
tides(neap and spring) Shallow ocean tides that occur during first and third quarter moons and High-amplitude ocean tides the occur during new and full moons.
eclipses An event whereby one astronomical body passes between two other astronomical bodies
moon phases
daylight savings Is when the practice of turning the clock ahead as warmer weather approaches and back as it becomes colder again so that people will have one more hour of daylight in the afternoon and evening during warmer seasons of the year.
homeostasis The ability of the internal systems of an organism to maintain normal chemical balance, despite changing external conditions
food web A model that shows many different feeding relationships among living things.
food chain A model that shows one set of feeding relationships among living things.
energy pyramid A Mobil that show the available amount of energy in each tropic layer in each layer.
photosynthesis the progress where plants and other organisms use the energy
predator An animal that naturally preys on other animals.
prey An organism that is hunted and eaten by another organism.
consumer An organism that eats other living things for energy; an organism that does not produce its own food.
producer An organism that makes its own food; an organism that does not consume other plants or animals.
host An animal or plant on or in which a parasite or commensal organism lives
symbiotic relationships- parasitism A certain type of non-mutual relationship found between two different species in which one organism known as the parasite benefits at the expense of the other organism
mutualism
commensalism Are relationship between two species of a plant, animal, or fungus in which one lives with, on, or in the other without damage to either.
abiotic
biotic
native species
habitat The location in which an organism lives.
detrimental tending to cause harm
invasive species is defined as a species that is non-native (or alien) to the ecosystem under consideration and whose introduction causes or is likely to cause economic or environmental harm or harm to human health.
volume
mass The amount of matter in an object.
planets A large circular mass that revolves around a star
asteroids A small object made of rock or metal that orbits the sun.
comets A body of ice and dust that travels in a long narrow orbit.
constellations A group of stars that appear to make a picture in an area of the sky.
conservation of mass A fundamental principle of science stating that matter cannot be created or destroyed in a closed system.
weight The force of gravity on an object.
balance An apparatus that measures the mass of an object
scale
gravity A force that exists between any two objects that have mass.
geosphere Earth's crust both beneath the oceans and the contents
biosphere The part of Earth in which life can exist.
hydrosphere All of the water on, above, and under, the earth
atmosphere Layers of that surrounds a planet
decomposer Organisms which carry out the process of decomposition by breaking down dead or decaying organisms.
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