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bio test

taxonomy science that catagories organisms
what are the three domains we have? bacteria, archaea, eukarya
under the domain eukarya, we have 4 kingdoms. list the four eukaryotic kingdoms below. protesta, fungi, plantae, animalia
plants, or plantae, are autotrophs. meaning, they can do it feed themselves
A statement that forecasts what would happen in a test is known as a perdiction
A testable statement that explains observations is a hypothesis
How many variables should a controlled experiment have 0ne
In a "blind" experiment, the subject belongs to which group? an unknown one
A field biologist who studies the behavior of birds in a rain forest most likely collects data through observtion
Constructing a bar graph would be an example of organizing data
A highly tested, generally accepted principle best describes a (an) theory
This is sometimes called the "manipulated variable" independent variable
(True/False) An experiment can only disprove a hypothesis 5/5 true
(True/False) Acceptance of a hypothesis is always tentative true
True/False) Most experiments are meant to prove or disprove a theory true
(True/False) A conclusion should come before a theory true
(True/False) A typical research paper should have four sections true
Sometimes the government must serve as an "unaffected party" to prevent bias 0/5 true
(True/False) An experimenter can adjust variables to better model real world data true
(True/False) Most experiments measure the dependent variable true
True/False) Data measured in numbers is known as "Quantitative Data" true
(True/False) Many scientists use statistics to determine the relationships between variables true
Created by: matttully