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Science Cells This covering protects the cell from its enviroment.. This organelle is found in large numbers in most cells and has a double membrane.. This universally accepted thing states that all organism are made up of cells and that all cells are made up of pre-existing cells.. Only allows certain molecules to enter and exit the cell.. This is mostly made of water, salt and protein.. Older Children
Intro to Ecology a large naturally occurring community of flora and fauna occupying a major habitat. a group of organisms that share a genetic heritage, are able to interbreed, and to create offspring that are also fertile. an individual animal, plant, or single-celled life form.. a group of people living in the same place or having a particular characteristic in common.. spherical concentric regions of matter that make up the earth and its atmosphere. Older Children
Science Graphing and Measuring Tool used to measure the volume taken up by a liquid in liters. Tool used to measure the mass of an object. To build or design and experiment. To look at data to find trends, correlations, or the validity of data. The middle # in a set of data arranged in numerical order. Big
Natural Selection The various cells, tissues, or the organs in a body that no longer serve or function. . Industrial material supplied by nature.. Being or relating in geologic time from 251 to 66 billions of years ago.. A bodily structure from a plant or an animal . The development of cells from a vertebrate animal. . Big
Natural Selection an anatomical feature that has no purpose. the process from organisms learning from their environment.. an interval of geologic time. the branch of science concerned with the structure of humans and animals. an unborn or unhatched offspring.. Older Children
What is Economics? the ways that human activities are organized and the rules under which they operate.. whether or not to purchase a product or service at a price above the production cost.. must be present to hold entrepreneurs and their investors accountable for the efficient allocation of their resources.. the value of the additional improvement.. spurs economic progress by the use of brain power to discover new products and less costly methods of production.. Hard
Nature of Science - Unit 1 This is the variable under study. It is the one that is manipulated or changed during the course of the experiment.. the group in an experiment or study that does not receive treatment by the researchers and is then used as a benchmark to measure how the other tested subjects do. This is the variable to be observed and measured. The value of this variable depends on the independent variable.. the study of the structure, properties, and change of matter.. Process that uses observation and investigation to gain knowledge about events in nature.. Big
What is Econ A thing that motivates or encourages one to do something.. The cost added by producing one additional unit of a product or service.. An organized body of people with a particular purpose, especially a business, society, association, etc.. A condition where different economic firms seek to obtain a share of a limited good. The application of scientific knowledge for practical purposes, especially in industry.. Big
What Is Econ Jimmy Matijevich Economics progress comes mainly from ___. The choices between the consumer and producer invoves ___. Improvements in ___ spur economic progress. Human desire for goods and services is ___. Economists refer all costs as ___. Big
Scientific Method ______ Science is the study of the earth.. An observation using words.. A “rule of nature” that describes the behavior of something in nature.. Moving energy.. An explanation based on many observations during repeated experiments.. Hard
What is Econ incentives effect those choices and shape our lives. higher price brings the amount supplied into balance. actions also require marginal decision-making . buy from stores that offer low prices . improve their well being. A mutual gain.. Big
Economics Income earned through private means. Disposable income plus a set of benefits through indirect government benefits. Includes people who are not in a paid job, but are actively looking for one. A market which has a small number of sellers and producers. Comprises of people employed and unemployed. Very Difficult
Scientific Method ______ Science is the study of the earth.. A “rule of nature” that describes the behavior of something in nature.. An explanation based on many observations during repeated experiments.. The study of planets, stars and space. . A factor that influences the outcome of the experiment.. Big
The Pavlovian Theory The law of temporal ______ is where the two stimuli must be presented close together in time in order for an association to be made. A type of conditioning in which involves a development of an association between a neutral stimulus, an unconditioned stimulus and an involuntary response, deduced through repetitive exposure to the stimuli . A psychological process which is learnt and elicits a behavioural response. The resulting event in which follows a ( ). A scientific procedure conducted in order to test a hypothesis. Older Children
Knowing Marie Carie Marie Curie discovered this new scientific element, starting with p.. What illness is radium used to treat?. what are the invisible rays called that can pass through objects?. What country did Marie come from?. What CITY did Marie study in?. Big
Uses of Science Equipment Identify the correct piece of equipment for each use given in the clues a 3 legged stand that is used to hold vessels above a Bunsen burner for heating. holds equipment in a specific position often above the bench. cone shaped and used for larger scale reactions.. a small glass object used for heating small amounts of a substance or observing small scale chemical reactions. holds liquids and is useful for pouring from. Big
Evidences of Evolution Complete the crossword puzzle by writing the correct answer with hints that give clues for each word. Organisms' DNA and of the proteins are analyze. Distribution of plants and animals in geographic space and through geologic time. Development of an organism from conception to birth. Body structures of different organisms that have the same basic arrangement andpattern. Body structures that do not serve any apparent function. Older Children
Scientific Method Vocab Crossword It's the effect or outcome in an experiment. . Whose variation does not depends on that of another. . I am a independent variable in an experiment. . Something or someone carefully or in order to gain information.. Whose value depends on that of another. . Older Children
Life Science a thick bundle of nerves inside the spine. a nerve that is not part of the central nervous system and receives sensory information from cells. organs such as the skin, eyes, ears, nose, and tongue that gather information from outside the body. organ in the nervous system that sends and receives messages from other organs. part of the nervous system made up of the brain and spinal cord. Older Children
Space Voyages The system that includes our planet. Alien vehicle (short). A huge stone capable of destroying a spaceship in a collision in space. The moon is not a planet. For the Earth, it is considered a special part. A robot that helps to work on our satellite. Older Children
Intro Into Forensic Science Crime scene unit that matches bullets and casings to specific firearms. A lie detector test. Fingerprints that are not visible. Type of Forensic Science that deals with autopsies and determining cause of death. Maintains the largest crime lab in the world. Hard
Development Psychology In this puzzle you will learn the key words in the development topic. Part of Piaget's theory where children believe that objects like dolls behave as if they are alive . Part of Dweck's theory when you believe that putting in the work and practice you will get better an improve your abilities. Part of Piaget's theory of moral development when rules can be decided by the individual person . After an investigation the participants are given full explanation of the study. When you deal with new experiences and the schema has to be changed to deal with them. Big
Economics consists of growth, expansion, peak and recession. used as a store of value and a medium of exchange. one who makes goods using the factors of production. goods and services sent out to other countries. goods and services brought into a country from other countries. Big
Science an optical image formed from the apparent divergence of light rays from a point. the angle made by a reflected ray with a perpendicular to the reflecting surface.. a type of surface reflectance often described as a mirror-like reflection of light from the surface. a perpendicular line to its wavefronts. light that strikes an object. Older Children
Ecology Match up the Definitions with the meaning The different types of diversity in an environment. An organism that decomposes the dead material in an ecosystem. The same species in one ecosystem. An organism that produces food for other animals. An organism's purpose in an ecosystem. Hard
Scientific Revolution Test Inspired by von Guericke's Madgeburg experiment, Boyle produced a 'pneumatic engine' which we now call a _________ pump. a microscope opens our eyes to see the intricate __________ of God's creation. the planets and the sun are all attracted by __________________ force. Christian Huygens believed that light behaves like a ______. sound also travels in _________. Very Difficult
Science Match words with the definition A breakable solid. How much air you have. How light something is. How heavy something is. Anything that has volume. Easy
History of Science In 1892, what did Lvanousky discover?. In 1969, who was the first person to walk on the moon? . In 1896, what did Cavendish discover?. In 1902, hormones were discovered by who? . In 1982, what engine was invented?. Big
Changes Over Time Vocabulary to adapt to a special environment.. distinct sort or kind.. the position or function of an organism in a community of plants and animals.. an organ or body part that appears in different animals and is similar in structure.. in which one symbiont lives with in the body of the other. . Hard
Social Science Writing of ancient Egyptians that uses pictures. Temple located at the centre of the city. A large body of land. Loose upper layer of Earth's surface where plants grow. Ancient china was ruled by a series of families called_________. Hard
Science Solve puzzle Breaking off of pieces of rocks that are parallel to the rocks surface. Natural process by which atmospheric and environmental agents disintegrate and decompose rocks. Break in the geologic record created when rock layers are eroded . Natural process by which sediments are layed down in new locations. Process of wearing away of the Earths surface by breaking down and carrying away soil, rock, or sediment. Older Children
Cells and Their Organelles complete the following are like the power plants of a cell. they produce energy-rich molecule called ATP, which fuels most of the action of the cell. use sunlight as their main energy source, through a process called photosynthesis. follow instructions from the nucleus and make the proteins that the cell needs. store water and nutrients that the cell needs to survive. break down waste and detoxify poisons to clean up the cell. Older Children
Evolution of Life Terms and Concepts from our Evolution Unit Species develop together with features that each benefit the other as they evolve. The term Darin used to identify the pressure that changed organisms over time as their environments changed. Adapting wild organisms to human uses; typically involves genetic changes and human dependence. The comparison of similar features in developing organisms between conception and birth . When the alleles of a population change through random events rather than through natural selection pressure . Hard
Crop Science deals with the production of edible fruits. .the judicious removal of plant parts to rejuvenate the plants. refers to the irreversible increase in plant size, shape, and dry matter.. Is the process of removing the crop from the field at the proper stage of maturity.. any organism belonging to the kingdom Plantae. Hard
Hydrology water on the surface. removing salts from the ocean. water cannot pass through. rain, snow, sleet, hail. dissolved salts in the ocean. Older Children
Alloys The features of a metal such as conductivity or reactivity are known as its P.......... Also known as the 'man of steel'. This property has to be reduced when designing planes and boats.. This metal is good for medical use because it is un-reactive. . Steel which does not corrode is called S............ Steel. Big
Sinking and Floating graph used to analyze data results and shows frequency of data. to adjust (correlate) the readings of an instrument to check its accuracy. upward force on an object exerted by the surrounding liquid. changing the shape of an object can change its ability to_______. the quality or state of being dense. Big
Forensic Toxicology Solve the crossword puzzle as below Presence of this metabolite is the evidence of cocaine poisoning. This toxin can be destroyed by embalming process. The sampling of this specimen is useful for analysis of toxins which bind to hemoglobin. Possible symptom manifested by dioxin poisoning. This organ should be collected prior to liver to prevent specimen contamination. Hard
DNA and RNA Mechanisms that are used by cells to increase or decrease the production of specific proteins. The copying of DNA that occurs before cells divide. A cell, or organism, that is genetically identical to another. An organism whose genetic material and DNA has been altered using genetic engineering techniques. The process of making proteins using RNA instructions and amino acids provided by tRNA. This occurs on the ribosome. Hard
Science A copy of an object formed at the point where light rays actually meet. . The angle a ray bounces off makes a line perpendicular to a surface it strikes. . A mirror with a flat surface.. The point at which rays parallel to the axis of a mirror or lens meet or appear to meet. . An eye condition in which distant objects are blurry.. Hard
Marie Curie Mama passed away from having this.. City in Poland where she lived.. Big sister.. First woman to be awarded this.. Childhood name before becoming famous.. Big
Science This organ stores white blood cells and allows them to mature.. Some white blood cells that were made in the bone marrow finish developing here.. This organ is like a tiny sack.. A fluid that is leaked out the cardiovascular system. . A organ found in the neck, groin, and armpit.. Hard
Natural Selection The term used to describe a species that is geographically separated.. The term that describes how offspring vary in traits / genes.. The person who discovered the theory of how evolution occurs.. The name of inherited traits that help a organism's survival.. A term used to describe a trait that you take in or get from your parents.. Big
Science Science study guide In physics, the number of crests of a wave that move past a given point in a given unit of time. The most common unit of _________ is the hertz (Hz), corresponding to one crest per second.. The resistance of any physical object to any change in its state of motion; this includes changes to its speed, direction, or state of rest.. Each of several hierarchical levels in an ecosystem, comprising organisms that share the same function in the food chain and the same nutritional relationship to the primary sources of energy.. In chemistry, the statement that when atoms combine to form molecules they generally each lose, gain, or share valence electrons until they attain or share eight; also called Lewis rule of eight. . An effect whereby a mass moving in a rotating system experiences a force acting perpendicular to the direction of motion and to the axis of rotation. On the earth, the effect tends to deflect moving objects to the right in the northern hemisphere and. Hard
Invertebrates Use the clues to fill in the crossword puzzle. special purpose of a thing what it is used for. skeleton outside of an organisms body. sea stars, sea cucumbers, sand dollars, . animal without a backbone. pie plates, bicycle wheels. Hard
Invertebrates skeleton outside of an organisms body. sea stars, sea cucumbers, sand dollars. animal without a backbone. parts of an organisms physical body features. earthworms, leeches. Older Children
Serology A colorless cell. There are different types A,B,AB,O. Its a amber-colored, rotein-rich liquid.. A living organism that acts as a catalyst to bring about a specific biochemical reaction.. Study or diagnostic examination of blood serum.. Hard
Genetics A segment that does code for proteins. Variations of characteristics that are inherited. A diploid cell from the fusion of two haploid gametes. A basic structural unit of nucleic acids. One of the four compounds that attaches to Thymine in DNA. Hard
Forensic Science Solve the puzzle. white blood cells . a specialized bodily fluid . the liquid that separates the blood when a clot is formed . a substance produced by a living organism that acts as a catalyst to bring about a specific biochemical reaction.. the scientific study or diagnostic examination of blood serum. Hard
Forensic Fun white blood cells, lives and works in the immune system. delivers nuetrience throughout the body. amber-colored, protein-rich liquid that separates from blood. capable of producing certain chemical changes in organic substances by catalytic action,. the detection, classification and study of bodily fluids. Hard
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