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science mid-term

7th grade science

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what are the 4 most plentiful element in the human body (by weight) is? 1)oxygen 2)carbon 3)hydrogen 4)nitrogen
what is photosynthesis? the process that uses lightto make food
what is photosynthesis? the process that uses lightto make food
what are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide, water, amd sunlight
what are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide, water, amd sunlight
what is the products of photosynthesis? gluecose and oxygen
what is respiration? the reverse process of photosynthesis
what is the reactants of respiration? gluecose and oxygen
what is the products of respiration? carbon dioxide and water
what is aerobic respiration? requires oxygen to produce energy
what is anerobic respiration? breaks down gluecose to produce when oxygen is not aviable
what is anerobic respiration? breaks down gluecose to produce when oxygen is not aviable
what are the waste products of anerobic respiration? ethonal and latic acid
what are the waste products of anerobic respiration? ethonal and latic acid
what is nitrogen? is used by humans to make protiens
what is the 4 stages of an incomplete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)nymph 3)adult
what is a complete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)larva 3)pupa 4)adult
what is the life cycle in order? egg/seed, growing and changing, adult, and reproducing
what is the scientific method in order? 1)ask a question 2) form a hypothesis 3)design and conduct an expermint 4)analyze the results of the expermint
what is the scientific method in order? 1)ask a question 2) form a hypothesis 3)design and conduct an expermint 4)analyze the results of the expermint
what are the steps of the experimental stage #1 gather materials #2know how to use a piece of equiment #3observe and record the data #4identfy 1 test varibls #5per
what are the steps of the experimental stage #1 gather materials #2know how to use a piece of equiment #3observe and record the data #4identfy 1 test varibls #5per
what are the 4 most plentiful element in the human body (by weight) is? 1)oxygen 2)carbon 3)hydrogen 4)nitrogen
what is photosynthesis? the process that uses lightto make food
what are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide, water, amd sunlight
what is the products of photosynthesis? gluecose and oxygen
what is respiration? the reverse process of photosynthesis
what is the products of photosynthesis? gluecose and oxygen
what is the reactants of respiration? gluecose and oxygen
what is the reactants of respiration? gluecose and oxygen
what is the products of respiration? carbon dioxide and water
what is the products of respiration? carbon dioxide and water
what is aerobic respiration? requires oxygen to produce energy
what is anerobic respiration? breaks down gluecose to produce when oxygen is not aviable
what are the waste products of anerobic respiration? ethonal and latic acid
what is nitrogen? is used by humans to make protiens
what is nitrogen? is used by humans to make protiens
what is the 4 stages of an incomplete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)nymph 3)adult
what is the 4 stages of an incomplete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)nymph 3)adult
what is a complete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)larva 3)pupa 4)adult
what is the life cycle in order? egg/seed, growing and changing, adult, and reproducing
what is the scientific method in order? 1)ask a question 2) form a hypothesis 3)design and conduct an expermint 4)analyze the results of the expermint
what are the steps of the experimental stage #1 gather materials #2know how to use a piece of equiment #3observe and record the data #4identfy 1 test varibls #5per
what are the 4 most plentiful element in the human body (by weight) is? 1)oxygen 2)carbon 3)hydrogen 4)nitrogen
what is photosynthesis? the process that uses lightto make food
what are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide, water, amd sunlight
what is the products of photosynthesis? gluecose and oxygen
what is respiration? the reverse process of photosynthesis
what is the reactants of respiration? gluecose and oxygen
what is the products of respiration? carbon dioxide and water
what is aerobic respiration? requires oxygen to produce energy
what is anerobic respiration? breaks down gluecose to produce when oxygen is not aviable
what are the waste products of anerobic respiration? ethonal and latic acid
what is nitrogen? is used by humans to make protiens
what is the 4 stages of an incomplete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)nymph 3)adult
what is a complete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)larva 3)pupa 4)adult
what is the life cycle in order? egg/seed, growing and changing, adult, and reproducing
what is the scientific method in order? 1)ask a question 2) form a hypothesis 3)design and conduct an expermint 4)analyze the results of the expermint
what are the steps of the experimental stage #1 gather materials #2know how to use a piece of equiment #3observe and record the data #4identfy 1 test varibls #5 per
what are the 4 most plentiful element in the human body (by weight) is? 1)oxygen 2)carbon 3)hydrogen 4)nitrogen
what is photosynthesis? the process that uses lightto make food
what are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide, water, amd sunlight
what is the products of photosynthesis? gluecose and oxygen
what is respiration? the reverse process of photosynthesis
what is the reactants of respiration? gluecose and oxygen
what is the products of respiration? carbon dioxide and water
what is aerobic respiration? requires oxygen to produce energy
what is anerobic respiration? breaks down gluecose to produce when oxygen is not aviable
what are the waste products of anerobic respiration? ethonal and latic acid
what is nitrogen? is used by humans to make protiens
what is the 4 stages of an incomplete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)nymph 3)adult
what is a complete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)larva 3)pupa 4)adult
what is the life cycle in order? egg/seed, growing and changing, adult, and reproducing
what is the scientific method in order? 1)ask a question 2) form a hypothesis 3)design and conduct an expermint 4)analyze the results of the expermint
what are the steps of the experimental stage #1 gather materials #2know how to use a piece of equiment #3observe and record the data #4identfy 1 test varibls #5 perform
what are the 4 most plentiful element in the human body (by weight) is? 1)oxygen 2)carbon 3)hydrogen 4)nitrogen
what is photosynthesis? the process that uses lightto make food
what are the reactants of photosynthesis? carbon dioxide, water, amd sunlight
what is the products of photosynthesis? gluecose and oxygen
what is respiration? the reverse process of photosynthesis
what is the reactants of respiration? gluecose and oxygen
what is the products of respiration? carbon dioxide and water
what is aerobic respiration? requires oxygen to produce energy
what is anerobic respiration? breaks down gluecose to produce when oxygen is not aviable
what are the waste products of anerobic respiration? ethonal and latic acid
what is nitrogen? is used by humans to make protiens
what is the 4 stages of an incomplete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)nymph 3)adult
what is a complete metamorphisis? 1)egg 2)larva 3)pupa 4)adult
what is the life cycle in order? egg/seed, growing and changing, adult, and reproducing
what is the scientific method in order? 1)ask a question 2) form a hypothesis 3)design and conduct an expermint 4)analyze the results of the expermint
what is the cell membrane a continous almost invisable structure surrounging the cell
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