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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
Clinical Laboratory Technican the standardization of measuring instrument by finding the deviation from a standard to determine the proper correction factors. the study of human body cells. the study of the human immune system . the study of blood cells. cut and stain tissue specimens for microscopic examination by pathologists/phlebotomist and draw and test blood . Hard
Coaster stored energy, not in motion. the energy that is being used, energy in motion, also known as mechanical energy. what we measured our kinetic and potential energy. when two things rub together to create a resistance. the amount of seconds in a timeperiod. Older Children
Cognitive Psychology The means by which we actively process a limited amount of information. . What you are doing right now.. Mental shortcuts.. Smallest unit of speech sound.. The type of memory that allows you to remember information forever. . Big
Cognitive Psychology Identify the key terms discussed in last weeks lesson Process whereby cognitive psychologists draw conclusions about the way mental processes operate on the basis of observed behaviour. Information from the environment or your senses. Information is internally encoded and stored. The name of the approach that relates to mental processes such as perception, memory and reasoning. A 'package' of beliefs and expectations that influence cognitive processing. . Big
Colon Cancer A treatment using Radiation. Morality of Colon Cancer in stage four. You need a Colonoscopy every ____ years. a change in ____ habits is a symptom of Colon Cancer. A ___ number of Red Blood Cells. Teenage
Composition of Matter scattering of a light beam as it passes through a colloid. a type of mixture that never settles. an element or compound. a heterogeneous mixture containing a liquid in which visible particles settle. a change in size, shape, or state of matter. Hard
Conservative Science Process in which water moves upward.. Undergorund water draining into a large body of water.. Water from clouds falling from the sky. Rain, snow, hale, etc.. Water movement into soil.. Surface water draining into a large body of water.. Hard
Constellations Identify the constellations of our galaxy by their translations. The Twins. The Water Bearer. The Maiden. The Fishes. The Lesser Bear. Hard
Coral Reefs a mineral that makes up a coral polyp's exoskeleton. a coral reef is a massive collection of this sea animal. outside skeleton. this is how a coral reef feels when you touch it. swimming with a facemask to help see under water, and fins to help swim. Hard
Cosmology A possible outcome for the universe in which the expansion will slow to a halt in an infinite amount of the time but will never contract. Theory that the universe has the same mass that it has always had.. The noise caused by weak radiation. The study of the universe and its current nature, origin, and evolution. A possible outcome for the universe in which the expansion will stop and turn into a contraction. Adult
CURRENT, VOLTAGE AND RESISTANCE unit of current. does not direction. net flow of charges. unit of voltage. device used to measure current. Teenage
Cytogenetics What is the dye used in G-banding?. The name given to the diagrammatic representation of the ‘normal’ karyotype for a species which clearly shows the morphological characteristics of the chromosomes. The Prader-Willi and Angelman syndromes are manifested due to genomic __________. Monosomies are more common in sex chromosomes than in _________. FISH stand for fluorescent___________________ (no spaces or hyphens). Adult
Cytogenetics Puzzle Read the description and find the word that matches it The order in which cells copy themselves. What you are made up of. This can cause a mistake in the DNA replication creating a mutation. The study of chromosomes. a code in which its divided by threes. Hard
Cytoskeleton The outer region of cytoplasm in a eukaryotic cell, lying just under the plasma membrane, that has a more gel-like consistency than the inner regions due to the presence of multiple microfilaments; in plants, ground tissue that is between the vascula. A structure present in the cytoplasm of animal cells that functions as a microtubule-organizing center and is important during cell division; has two centrioles.. A circular flow of cytoplasm, involving interactions of myosin and actin filaments, that speeds the distribution of materials within cells.. A cable composed of actin proteins in the cytoplasm of almost every eukaryotic cell, making up part of the cytoskeleton and acting alone or with myosin to cause cell contraction.. A network of microtubules, microfilaments, and intermediate filaments that extend throughout the cytoplasm and serve a variety of mechanical, transport, and signaling functions.. Hard
Diesel Engine Oil Lowering viscosity of oil for fuel economy benefits can adversely impact equipment. What does “W” in viscosity grade stands for. Name the pollutant which is blocked using Diesel Particulate filter. Less than 50 ppm sulphur is used in _____ fuels. Name Gulf Mobile Natural Gas Engine Oil . Hard
Different Parts of the Body sense of smelling. sense of sight. use for walking. use for talking. use for chewing anfg grinding. Simple
Digging up Dinosaurs Complete the crossword below someone who has skill or special knowledge. not existing any more. the bones of people and animals. things that are left over. to say how things are similar. Easy
Dinosaurs Before recorded history. It has been preserved in fossil form. No longer alive. Eat plants. Eat meat. Older Children
Disaters Human & Natural Analyzes the production, distribution, and consumption . Not man made. Differ. Organisms with their environment. The making of a desired impression. Older Children
Earliest Humans Please complete the crossword puzzle below. science of mechanical art. the behavior and beliefs of particular manners letter and arts. to tame. ten years. the modern species of humans. Hard
Early Humans Ancient people used this to help them perform tasks.. Paleolithic people __________ and gathered food.. Ancient man found frozen in the Alps.. Crushed yellow, black, and red rocks into powders for this. Present day country where the city of Catal Huyuk is located.. Hard
Earth The Lithosphere studies volcanoes. caused by vibrations in Earth's crust. when magma leaves the volcano it is called. exploring caves. measures the strength of earthquakes. Big
Earth and Space is formed when existing rock is heated at high pressures and temperatures. the average of weather conditions over a long period of time. an opening in the Earth's crust from which steam, lava, and ashes erupt.. the shaking of the Earth's surface caused by the release of energy along a fault. one full orbit of an object around another object. Hard
Earth Science The type boundary where two plates move together. The type of boundary where two plates move apart. The theory that says Earth's lithospheric plates move slowly relative to each other, driven by convection currents in the mantle. A place where oceanic lithosphere sinks into the mantle during subduction. The type of boundary where two plates grind past one another. Teenage
Earth Spheres seismic waves with particles of rock that move back and forth. mostly made of iron. strength of an earthquake. part of earth where life exist. all water on, under or above earth. Moderately Challenging
Earth's Ecosystems a living thing that makes it own food. the path of the Sun's energy from one living thing to another. a place where living and nonliving things interact. water that falls to earth. an animal that hunts, kills, and eats other animals. Hard
Earth's Energy and Atmoshere an instument used to measure changes in air pressure. mixture of gaseous elements and compounds. water falling from clouds in form of rain, snow, sleet or ice. conditions in the atmosphere, including humidity, could cover, temperature, wind and precipitation. an instrument used to measure wind speed. Hard
Earthqaukes and Tsunamis Rapid Changes in Earth's crust (Erupt). Corral (slinky) waves. Large areas on Earth's outter Portion. A sudden and violent shaking on the ground. Rope like waves. Older Children
Earthquake the primary focus of an earthquake. melted rock above the crust. a machine used to measure earthquakes. the scale used to describe the earthquake. sound wave technology. Older Children
Earthquake A city in this country moved 10 feet in a massive 8.8 magnitude earthquake. Scientists can't predict these. These wave moves up and down and side to side. These waves expand and compress. This is the first wave you feel . Big
Earthquake!!! The point beneath the earths surface where rocks break.. A instrument used to detect and measure seismic waves.. A side to side earthquake wave.. The slowest moving seismic wave.. A push pull seismic wave.. Older Children
Earthquakes & Volcanoes The point underground where the rocks begin to move. Molten rock that reaches the Earth's surface. A instrument that constantly records ground movement. A fracture in the the Earth's lithosphere along which blocks of rock move past each other. Blocks of rocks move sideways from each other. Big
Earthquakes and Volcanoes a crack in the earth's crust. the continents slowly moving . a crack that runs across a mountain. the proscess in wich new ocean floor is formed. a spot in the earth where magma from the mantle surfaces. Big
Ecology Organism that is hunted as food.. The percentage of energy passed on.. The third consumer in a food chain is also known as the _______ consumer.. An organism that eats both plants and meats.. An organism that breaks down dead things.. Hard
Ecology An environment that provides the things a specific organism needs to live, grow, and reproduce. The study of natural processes in the environment and how humans can affect them. An amount of a renewable resource such as trees that can be harvested regularly without reducing the future supply. Anything that occurs naturally in the environment and is used by people. Using it in ways that maintain the resource at a certain quality for a certain period of time. Teenage
ecology floating microscopic animals in water. living. each step in the food chain or web. one way path showing what eats what in an ecosystem. process by which soil bacteria convert nitrates into nitrogen gas. Very Difficult
Ecology LIVING ENVIRONMENT illustrate the relationships between prey and predator. any organism , usually an animal, that feeds on plants or other animals. any animal that eats plants. any animal that eats flesh. a depiction of the amount of energy in each tropic level of an ecosystem . Hard
Ecology ;An interaction in which one organism kills and eats the other. A relationship between two species in which one species benefits from the other which is harmed. All the living and non-living things that interact in a particular area.. A relationship in which one species benefits and the other one is neither helped nor harmed.. The larger species of the two organisms in a symbiotic relationship. . Hard
Ecology ;An interaction in which one organism kills and eats the other. A relationship between two species in which one species benefits from the other which is harmed. All the living and non-living things that interact in a particular area.. A relationship in which one species benefits and the other one is neither helped nor harmed.. The larger species of the two organisms in a symbiotic relationship. . Hard
Ecology often biotic factors that depend on number of population. only found in specific areas. to survive abiotic or biotic factors. consuming another. small change in composition of species. Very Difficult
Ecology one species feeds on another only benefitting the feeder (doesn't kill). narrow diet. good tasting species mimic bad tasting species. kill one prey during prolonged attack. broad diet. Hard
Ecology interaction with an organism that captures and feeds on other organism . step in a food chain or web . organism that can capture energy from the sunlight or chemicals and use it to produce food from inorganic compounds. series of steps in an ecosystem where organisms transfer energy by eating and being eaten . collection of all organisms that live in a particular place. Hard
Ecology The conversion of nitrate to nitrogen gas. The path of energy through the trophic levels of an ecosystem. Consists of a community and all the physical aspects of its habitat. The process of combining nitrogen with hydrogen to form ammonia. An animal that eats other animals. Hard
Ecology Organism in a food chain that represents a feeding step in the passage of energy and materials through an ecosystem. Organism that can make their own food. A series of steps in which organisms transfer energy by eating and being eaten User-. The series of changes that occur after a disturbance of an existing ecosystem. The organic circulation of carbon from the atmosphere into organisms and back again. Hard
Ecology Organisms that use sunlight directly to make energy. A diagram that shows how energy in food flows from one organism in an ecosystem. A community of organisms and their abiotic environment. All living things that are connected. A consumer that only eats animals. Hard
Ecology Think on this one little ones A symbiosis in which one organism lives off another.. Animals depending on one another.. A community of plants and animals that live in a cretian area.. Not a living organism.. A plant growing on a tree.. Hard
Ecology stable mature, ecological community with little change in compositon of species. environmental factors such as storms and extreme heat or cold, this affects populations regardless of their density. biotic or abiotic factor that restricts the number, distribution or reproduction of a population within a community. simplified model that shows a single path for energy flow through an ecosystem. average weather conditions or objects based on a set of criteria that helps organize communicate and retain information. Big
Econ 101 the total receipts of a firm from the sale of some given quantity's of a product. It can be calculated as the selling price of the firm's product times the quantity sold. a state of limited competition, in which a market is shared by a small number of producers or sellers.. obstacles that make it difficult to enter a given market.. also known as barrier to entry, are obstacles that make it difficult to enter a given market.. a state in which opposing forces or influences are balanced.. Hard
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