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Fresh Water Gas form of water.. What people drill into aquifers to bring water to the surface.. Places where groundwater bubbles or flows out of cracks in the rocks to the surface.. Water that falls to Earth as rain, snow, sleet, or hail.. - The process of supplying water to areas of land to make them suitable for growing crops.. Hard
Anatomy Threadlike struture bulit of a DNA and protein that condenses and becomes visible in a cell's nucleus during itosis. Organelle composed of a network of connected membranous tubules and vesicles. The dense core of an atom that is composed of protons and neutrons. Organelle composed of RNA and protein that provides structural support and enzymes for protein synthesis. Organelle that contains digestive enzymes. Hard
Cell Growth and Division Second phase of mitosis when spindle fibers align the chromosomes along the cell equator. to spread by transferring a disease causing agent from the site of the disease to other parts of the body. region of condensed chromosome that looks pinched where spindle fibers attach during meiosis and mitosis. group of cells that work together to perform a similar function. Loose combination of DNA and proteins that is present during interphase. Hard
Forces in Fluids Instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure. Law of Physics. Mass divided by Volume. Common unit of Volume. Easily flow. Hard
Light ___ happens when light waves enter a new medium at an ANGLE. this wave is used to make images of tissues and bones. these waves are used to cook food. Cell phones use this wave to transmit signal.. matter that does not transmit any light. You cannot see through this type of ______ objects. Ex: metal, wood, a stack of books.. During _____, light travels through an object. Hard
Matrix Vocabulary relation that pairs each x value w/ exactly one y value. rectangular array of numbers in rows & columns. graph w/ distinct points. set of ordered pairs. the y values. Older Children
The biosphere eats both plants and animals. each step in a food chain or food web is . another name for an autotroph. feed on plant and animal remains and other dead matter. a series of steps in which organisms tranfer energy by eating and being eaten. Hard
Weather & Climate Science Vocabulary Water in the form of a gas; found in the atmosphere. An instrument used to measure air pressure. Envelope of gases surrounding the Earth; four main layers. Condition of the Earth's atmosphere at a particular time and place. Elevation; the distance above sea level. Older Children
4th Grade Science A trait that helps an organism survive in its environment.. A form of energy that allows you to see objects.. To change from a liquid to a solid.. A hollow rea or pit in the ground.. An animal that eats both producers and consumers.. Older Children
A & P (CELLS) STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF CELLS a function all cells perform as they break down nutrients an expel wastes. excessive loss of body fluid. a high concentration of hydrogen ions; a pH below 7.35. performed by glands that produce substances such as hormones, mucus, sweat and saliva. the function of nerve cells that creates and transmits an electrical impulse . Very Difficult
A to Z Science high speed electrons strike a solid target. resistance of a liquid to flow. everything . make up atoms. anything that has mass and occupies space. Hard
About the Moon Features of the moon More than half...less than full!. Whole not half! . Brightness fades. When the Earth's shadow falls on the Moon. Brightness grows. Older Children
Acid The creator of Acid was a _______.. What month was Acid created. Acid can make you ___________.. The country Acid was made in.. Acid can come in a ____.. Older Children
Acids and Bases acid found in sodas. effect of acids on metals. common household base. acids and bases reacting. the other product of a neutralization reaction. Hard
Alien Invaders an event of scientific interest. tracking or following. the kind of plant or animal something is. a way of doing something. weather conditions. Teenage
All About Orchids cross between two or more genera. Potting material. Joint or notch on flowering stem. Old pseudulb for propagating. group of progeny of a specific cross. Hard
All about rocks, minerals an mining a drilled sample of of rock . molten rock reaching the surface. the colour of the mark left when you scrape the mineral across a white tile . how shiny a mineral is. the study of rocks. Teenage
Alternative Energy Vocabulary fuel made from vegetable or animal fats. electricity generated by falling or flowing water. giant windmills used to convert wind energy into electrical energy. used to convert sunlight into electricity. renewable energy source from living or recently dead plant material. Big
Amazing Element Aluminum What part of electricity is Aluminum in?. Aluminum is in this kind of Gem.. Aluminum is in something you use to eat your food.. Aluminum is also in this kind of Gem.. The founder of Aluminum.. Hard
Anatomical Etymology Consists of cutting open the body in order to examine it.. Medical term for high.. Another word for head.. Part of the body that inflates and deflates in order to make the lungs inhale oxygen and exhale carbon dioxide.. Suffix in medical term that refers to cutting.. Big
Anthropolgy The _____ of a bone helps us determine if a bone is male or female by plain sight. The angle of this bone in the skull helps us determine if the skull is male or female. A cartilaginous line found when cartilage is slowly replaced with hard, compact bone. The length of bones is a key factor in determining _____.. The model is used when determining the race of a skull.. Hard
Anthropology, Sociology and Psychology Genetically preprogrammed, ‘born with’ traits.. The scientific study of the development, structure, and functioning of human society.. A process whereby people come out to see each other no longer as human beings but as simple objects.. Has a large number of close associations, and draws strength or energy from these associations.. Man is formed in Gods image.. Hard
Aquatic Biomes begins at the edge of the continental shelf and extends on. temperate-zone estuaries with salt-tolerant and under water sea grasses. grow in the warm, shallow water or tropical coastal oceans. tiny organic material that provides food for other organisms. begins at the low tide mark and extends to the outer edge of the continental shelf. Big
aseptic technique The tip of the needle. loading dose, inital dose of medication. A solution used for washing. Liquid added to a solution to reduce its concentration. any drug added to IV solution. Hard
Astrology the ram. the twins. an important sign other than birth sign. Gemini, Libra, Aquarius. taurus, leo, scorpio, aquarius stable, determined, deep & persistant. Hard
Astronomy a gas giant. electricity difficult to flow through this. stored energy. energy in motion. eclipse where moon is between sun and earth. Hard
ASTRONOMY the upper part of the mantle. weather conditions of a region. the science dealing with the atmosphere and its phenomena including weather and climate. the state of the atmosphere with respect to wind, temperature, cloudiness, moisture, and pressure. the force exerted by air. Older Children
Atmosphere The average conditions of weather in an area. The amount of air that is exerted onto a object. The air surrounding the earth. The second to last layer in atmosphere is where the o-zone is located and protects from suns uv rays.. The state of atmosphere with respect to moisture. Older Children
Atmosphere layer of eaths atmosphere above the statosphere.. layer of earths atmosphere that is located above the troposhere and is made of primarily concentrated ozone.. energy transfer that occurs when molecuels collide.. is the upper most layer of the atmosphere.. transfer of energy by the flow of heated substances.. Teenage
Atom-The Building Blocks of Matter area outside the nucleus where electrons can be found. carries no charge. smallest particle in an element. carries negative charge. tny core of an atom. Older Children
Atoms The number of atoms or molecules in one mole of a substance.. A subatomic particle with a neutral charge.. Actual or potential patterns of electron density that may be formed in an atom or molecule.. A discrete quantity of energy.. A description of the building up of the elements.. Hard
Atoms The region where electrons are found. The sum of the number of protons and neutrons. The same element with a different number of neutrons. A particle that has no charge. The smallest unit of an element. Hard
Basic Electricity The amount of complete cycles occurring in one second of time for a periodic wave. . the maximum value of a periodic wave. a shorter way to write repeated multiplication of the same number by itself. The unit of measurement for the inductance of an inductor.. a material having 5 to 8 valence electrons that strongly opposes the current flow. . Hard
BENEFITS AND DANGERS OF ELECTRICAL ENERGY a multiple outlet surge,device has its own circuit breaker.. converts electrical energy into other forms like light, sound, thermal energy, mechanical energy and others.. the rate at which an electrical appliance converts electrical energy into other forms.. unit of power. too much appliances that can cause too much heat can damage appliances and may even cause fire.. Hard
Biodiversity concentrates of a harmful substance increase in organism at higher trophic levels in a food chain or food web . plants and animals that have migrated to places where they are not native . includes the variety of habitats, communities, and ecological processes in the living world. occurs when a species disaapears from all or part of its range . the sum of the total of the genetically based variety of habitats. Hard
Biodiversity Biology a type of cell with a membrane-enclosed nucleus and membrane-enclosed organelles.. the science of determining evolutionary relationships among organisms.. describing the group of bacteria that have a cell wall that is structurally less complex and contains more peptidoglycan than the cell wall of gram-negative bacteria.. a staining method that distinguishes between two different kinds of bacterial cell walls; may be used to help determine medical response to an infection. A way to determine a type of cell.. as applied to molecular systematics, a principle that states that when considering multiple phylogenetic hypotheses, one should take into account the hypothesis that reflects the most likely sequence of evolutionary events, given certain rules about . Hard
Bioligy Match the correct word to the correct hint A reactant . Chemical formula for water. Making glucose by plants. organelle in plants that makes sunlight into glucose. when this hits an object it is either absorbed or reflected . Teenage
Biology Use the clues to fill in the puzzle The study of life and living things. The specific type of material that makes up each organ. An explanation to the question asked during observation. Having only one cell. A guess as to what might happen during an experiment. Very Difficult
Biology Someone who studies the heart. Kind and helpful. Someone who cuts hair and trims or shaves beards. An instrument used to measure atmospheric pressure. Something that stops a poison from working. Hard
Biology Makes it's own food from sunlight; also known as an autotroph. A consumer that eats producers. A consumer that eats secondary consumers. Scientific study of interactions among organisms in an environment. Assemblage of different populations that live together in a defined area. Teenage
Biology species that are only found in that area. gradual process of becoming extinct. using resources at a rate in which they can be replaced. event in which a large % of species become extinct. materials found in the biosphere such as fuels, minerals, etc. . Big
BIOLOGY organism that splits by binary fission. group of organized cells. the basic building blocks. fat or oil. mass divided by volume. Hard
Biology 3 types, the spatial distribution within a population. The movement of individuals out of a population. The beginning of animal domestication and cultivating certain crops. How long an individual is expected to live. Mating with relatives. Hard
Biology Stacks of flat membranous sacs that modify, store, and route products of the ER. Atom's central core; contains protons & neutrons; chromosome containing organelle of eukaryotic cells. Consturucted in nucleus' functions as the site of protein synthesis in cytoplasm & consists of rRNA & proteien molecules. HYdrolytic enzyme that's enclosed by a membrane & found in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells. Active in sysnthesis of ribosomes, specialized structure in nucleus & formed from vaiors chromosomes. Hard
Biology Cell organelle that stores materials such as water, salts, proteins, and carbohydrates.. Atom of the element that has a number of nuetrons different from that of other atoms of the same element.. A place where all the organisms live.. Attractin between molecules of the same substance.. Macromolucule made mainly from carbon and hydrogen atoms, includes fats, oils, and waxes.. Hard
Biology Captures energy from sunlight and converts it into chemical energy. The fluid portion of the chloroplast and is outside the thylakoids. Uses energy from light to produce ATP and NADPH. The rotation of an organelle or process. Is located in the chloroplast and is arranged in stacks. Hard
Biology Where am I from?. the combination of DNA and proteins that make up the contents of the nucleus of a cell.. has no single function and is instead the site of a wide variety of cell processes. contains enzymes that process fats. make proteins. Hard
Biology Don'e need air. The 90% remaining chemical energy that if located in the first stage of Cellular Respiration 'glycolysis'. The innermost compartment of the mitchondrion. The amount of energy needed to raise a temperature 1 gram of water 1 degree Celsius. Requires air. Hard
Biology When chromosones line up in middle. Building blocks of proteins. Particle of atom that has no charge. When a cell is getting rid of particles. Bond formed when atoms share particles. Hard
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