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Science Vocabulary

Science Olympiad-How Do You Spell Science?

Cells Smallest part of an organism.
Cellular Respiration Sugars in food are broken down and combined with oxygen.
Organisms All living things
Organelles Part of the cell structure. Has a particular job that helps the cell survive.
Chromosomes Contains the DNA.
Photosynthesis When energy is used to combine carbon dioxide and water to form sugars.
Ateries Blood Vessels
Diagphram Dome-shaped muscle that forms the bottom of your chest. Helps humans breathe.
Esophagus the organ in which food passes from the mouth to stomach
Neuron Specialized cells that can send and receive signals.
Metamorphosis Changing form during the life cycle.
Adaption Characteristic that helps an animal stay alive in its environment.
Hibernation Sleep-like state. Bears hibernate to survive periods of cold weather.
Instinct Behavior an animal is born with.
Ecology The study of how the living and nonliving parts of ecosystems work together
Producers Organisms that make their own food
Consumers Get energy by eating other organisms.
Decomposers Get energy by breaking down, or decomposing, the remains of dead organisms.
Extinction Loss of the last member of a species.
Biomes Ecosystems that have similar characteristics and are grouped together. 6 Biomes.
Taiga 1 type of biome. Forested land covered with evergreen trees.
Created by: ketelsenk