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Inductive Method You gather information, then see where it guides you.
Deductive Method Start with a general idea, then gather information.
Scientific Method The method of procedure that includes researching, creating a hypothesis, experimenting, drawing a conclusion, and creating a theory.
Technology The use of scientific discovery to solve everyday problems.
Control One aspect that stays the same during an experiment.
Variable One aspect that stays the same during an experiment.
Cells The basic unit of life that all living things are made up of.
Energy The ability to do work.
"Rowdy" Robert Hooke He discovered cells by looking at a piece of cork through a microscope, he saw empty spaces that he called cells.
Taxonomy Science of classifying living things.
Domain Largest taxonomy group
Binomial Nomenclature The use of Genus and Species to name an organism
Consumers Consumes or eats other living things for energy
Producers Makes its own energy to consume.
Theory A hypothesis proven successful so often it is accepted worldwide.
Experiment Testing a hypothesis under controlled conditions.
Hypothesis An educated statement that can be tested.
Trait Any feature that a living thing has.
Classify To group organisms based on observed characteristics.
Carl Linneaus A Swedish scientist who developed Binomial Nomenclature.
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