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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
Biology the scientific study of heredity. the process when cells shrink because of lack of water. this is made up of a nitrogen base molecule, suger molecule, and a phosphate molecule. proposed scientific explanation for a set of observations. logical interpretation based on prior knowledge or expierience. Big
Biology Scientific Method/Chemistry of Life & Ecology one organism benefits (parasite) from the relationship and the other is harmed (host) . testable explanation for an observation; educated guess . standard for comparing experimental effects . having only one cell . one organism benefits from the relationship without affecting the other . Very Difficult
Biology Crossword Find the word for each definition When difrent molecules stick together. Elements with alternate forms. Isotope with a nucleus that can decay. When molecules of the same kind stick together. A neutral charge in the nucleus. Very Difficult
biology vocab study of life. an eplanation. a set of values. a feild of study for legal purposes. orderly. Hard
Biology Vocabulary branch of biology that studies heredity. a family history that shows how a trait is inherited. the alleles of a particular gene are different. diagram that predicts the outcome of a genetic cross. passing of traits from parents to offspring. Hard
Biomes leaves do not fall off or change in color. covering formed by tree tops. grassland that has scattered trees and lots of animals. has little rain, little amount of plants and animals. permantly frozen soil. Hard
Biotech the study of heredity and the variation of inherited characteristics.. any organism of microscopic size.. an operation moving an organ from one organism to another.. The branch of science and technology concerned with the design, building, and use of engines, machines, and structures.. the action or business of promoting and selling products or services.. Very Difficult
Botany a plant which develops from a seed and produces new seeds in a single growing season. tissue which carries water and nutrients up from the roots through the stem to the leaves. the study of plants. the family which includes apples, cherries, plums, and strawberries. anything that forms from the ovary of a flower. Hard
Building the body chemicals consit of microscopic particles. substances that provide the body with necessary chemicals. made up by groups of cells. water, foods,oxygen, heat, pressure. complex structures with specialized functions. Hard
Carbon Compounds large and varied group of biological molecules generally not soluble in water. macromolecules containing hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, carbon and phosphorus. formed when small molecules called monomers are joined together. macromolecules that contain nitrogen as well as carbon, hydrogen and oxygen. formed by a process called polymerization, where large compounds are build by joining smaller ones together. Hard
Celestial Bodies sometimes called a falling star. a meteor that reaches Earth. arms come off the bar. a celestial body naturally found in orbit. eventually becomes a meteor and then a meteorite. Teenage
Cell green organelle. smallest organism on earth. balloonlike organelles. similar cells that do the same work. different types of tissue working together. Hard
Cell A storage organelles that hang onto water, waste products, and food until needed.. Used to create and store large molecules.. Is studded with small structures called ribosomes.. Gives orders to other cell parts.. Forms the outer layer of the cell and decides what gets in and what stays out.. Hard
Cell and Functions found only in plant cells. Differently shaped sacks in the cytoplasm of the cells. layer around the nucleuos. found in animal cells. Assembly line; small round organelles are site of protein synthesis. Hard
Cell Processes Colored chemical compounds that absorb light. Thread like chromatin condense in the nucleus to form double rod structures. Some substances can pass through the membrane while others cannot. Regular sequence of growth and division that cells undergo. movement of dissolved materials through a cell membrane without using cellular energy. Hard
Cell Structure The structure that contains chlorophyll. The type of cell that contains a vacuole. The structure that contains the genetic information. The structure that controls what enters and leaves the cell. The structure where most respiration occurs. Hard
Cell Structure double lipid bilayer membrane which surrounds the genetic material and nucleolus in eukaryotic cells.. package DNA to fit in the cell, prevent DNA damage, and to control gene expression and DNA replication. . important in the processing of proteins for secretion.. tough, flexible framework which helps the cell in movement. contains most of the cell's genetic material. Hard
Cell Theory Stores food, wastes, water, enzymes, secretions, and minerals. A group of specialized cells working together to perform a function in a many celled organism. Location where the proteins are made that will remain in the cell. A set of three statements that sums up the relationship between cells and living things. Single organism. Hard
Cells same water concentration. Proteins are packaged for removal from the cell here. the series of reactions resulting in the conversion of glucose to pyruvic acid. higher water concentration. role of oxygen in the cytochrome system. Very Difficult
Cells Makes leaves green.. Contain genetic information. . The basic units of structure and function in living things. . Their job is to produce proteins.. Tiny cell structures that carry out specific functions. . Hard
Cells a green structure in a plant cell where food is produced. a sac-like space in a cells cytoplasm fo storing materials such as food or waste. cells that contain a nucleus and organelles (all cells except for bacteria). long strand in the nucleus that stores directions for cell activities- act as blueprints for transferring info. a small organelle composed of cytoplasmic granule, sites of protein synthesis (manufacture). Hard
Cells green pigment that makes plants green. the centeral location for the cell. the 'brain' of the cell; the information center. provides protein for the sell. the barrier between the inside and outside of a cell. Hard
Cells & Mirco-scopes Makes plant cells green. Stores food, water and waste in a cell. Someone who made cells. Cells produced by males. Platform where you put something you want to see under a microscope on. Hard
Cells and Oraganelles Biology the smallest unit in the body. packages and ships proteins. contains a flagella for movement. controls the cell activities. protein synthesis. Teenage
Chapters 1-3 Weather & Climate Science Vocabulary Water in the form of a gas; found in the atmosphere. An instrument used to measure air pressure. Central Plains region of the U.S. that has more tornado formations than anywhere on Earth. Cloud type that form in flat layers and are a dull, gray color. Rapidly spinning, funnel-shaped cloud that reaches from a storm cloud down to Earth. Hard
Chemistry Empty space with no particles and no pressure.. Results from the force exerted by a gas per unit surface area of an object.. A measure of the force exerted by a gas above a liquid.. The collisions of atoms and molecules in air with objects.. Devices used to measure atmospheric pressure.. Teenage
Chemistry positively charged particle. states that in a chemical reaction atoms are neither created nor destroyed.. uncharged particle. when the particles are larger than those in a solution. when new substances are created by a change in which atoms are arranged. Teenage
Chemistry the movement caused within a fluid by the tendency of hotter and therefore less dense material to rise.. a law which states energy cannot be created or destroyed, but may be can from one form to another.. internal energy of an object due to the kinetic energy of its atoms.. a model of acids and bases and which an acid as a hydrogen-ion donor and a base is a hydrogen-ion acceptor.. the energy released by a nuclear reation.. Teenage
Chemistry Salt-formers. Smallest region of space where the probability of finding the electron is great. A measure of the pull of gravity of the earth in a body. A physical property that relates the mass of a substance to its volume. When particles and anti-particles meet. Teenage
Chemistry the active site can be compared to the ____________ of a lock. these turn colors in acids or bases. fats, oils and waxes. a special type of protein that helps speed up chemical reactions. enzymes work by _______________ the activation energy for a reaction. Teenage
Chemistry the first theory to relate chemical changes to events at the atomic level. the total number of protons and neutrons in the nucleus of an atom. atoms of the same element that have the same atomic number but different atomic masses due to a different number of neutrons. a subatomic particle with no charge and a mass of 1 amu; found in the nucleus of an atom. the smallest particle of an element that retains its identity in a chemical reaction. Teenage
Chemistry Group 17 on the periodic table. A horizontal grouping of elements. Necessary for bonds with other atoms. Boron, silicon, germanium, arsenic, antimony, etc.. Everything that isn't in the D Block. Teenage
Chemistry Group 17 of the periodic table. Horizontal rows on the periodic table. There are only 7 of these types of elements on the periodic table. Electrons in the outer shell of an atom. Elements in the S and P blocks. Hard
Chemistry Increases with increasing protons and decreases with distance from outer electrons. Number of ions of opposite charge that surround an atom in a crystak. Matter made of only one kind of particle. Sharing electrons. The ability of an atom to remove and electron from another atom. Very Difficult
Chemistry Matter made of only one kind of particle. The ability of an atom to remove and electron from another atom. Diagrams that show valence electrons as dots. Atoms gain or lose electron to attain the electron configuration of a noble gas. Bond between atoms in a molecule. Very Difficult
CHEMISTRY Mass per unit volume.. The energy required to remove an electron from a gaseous atom or ion.. Generally considered to be anything that has mass and volume.. When a vapor reforms a liquid.. The volume of a gas at constant pressure is directly proportional to the temperature.. Teenage
Chemistry Elements in a horizontal row. Outermost electrons of an atom. The energy required to remove an electron from an atom. Ductile, conducts electricity and heat, magnetic. Elements with some metal and nonmetal properties. Teenage
Chemistry a substance that has little tendency to become a gas under exsisting conditions. a compound of which a relatively small amount of the dissolved compound existsas ions in an aqueous solution. the seperation of ions that occurs when an ionic compound occurs. a mixture consisting of particle that are intermidiate in size between those in solutions and suspensions forming mixtures none as colloid dispersions. the H3O+ ion. Hard
Chemistry atoms of the same element that have different numbers of neutrons. attraction formed between atoms when they share electrons.. neutral particle , composed of quarks inside the nucleus of an atom.. the particles that are never settle.. solid , liquid ar gas that contains two or more substances blend evenly throughtout.. Big
Chemistry Ability of a solid to be hammered without shattering. Matter that always has exactly the same composition. The tendency of a liquid to keep from flowing. Contains some particles that are intermediate in size between the small particles in a solution and the larger particles in a suspension. A materials abilityto allow heat to flow. Hard
Chemistry smallest particle of an element. made of only one kind of matter and has definite properties. Particles are free to move and has no definite shape. However, it does have definite volume. . consists of two or more substances that are in the same place, but are not chemically combined. a measure of the force of gravity on you. Hard
Chemistry of Life Attraction between molecules of different substances.. C-H chains, fats, oils & waxes. Attraction of molecules of same substance.. Neutral subatomic particle, found in nucleus of atom.. Atoms of same element that differ in number of neutrons.. Hard
Circuit Allows or stops energy from flowing in a circuit.. Adjusting the variable resistor changes the current in the circuit.. Uses electrical energy to make a turning motion.. Wire that connects components together.. Provides energy to the circuit.. Older Children
Classical Conditioning Hint: No answers have a space in between words. The guy that experimented classical conditioning on dogs. A stimulus that unconditionally triggers a response. The learned response to a previously neutral stimulus. an originally irrelevant stimulus that comes to trigger a conditioned response. Older Children
Classification The part of a plant cell where photosynthesis takes place. This group of organisms is the most well known of the prokaryotes.. This kingdom includes algae. This kingdom are autotrophic, meaning they make their own food. They do this through photosynthesis. There are two main groups in this kingdom called the vertebrates and the invertebrates.. Hard
Classification of Materials A scale for measuring hardness. Ability to bend without breaking. Ability to break easily. Ratio of mass to volume. Ability to withstand scratches. Teenage
Classification of Matter mixture of two or more substances distributed evenly throughout. different throughout. mixture in which it appears to be the same, but is not. solid solutions dissolved in a metal. the same throughout. Hard
Climate Change Average weather in an area based on weather patterns taken over a long period of time.. The theory explaining the movement of the large plates of the Earth's Crust.. Any precipitation with a pH less than the normal pH of rain.. The theory that the continents broke away from Pangaea.. The layer of gases surrounding the Earth. Big
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