Vocabulary

Nature of Science

Relationships

Cells

Body Systems

100

Define Model. 

A pattern, plan, representation, or description designed to show the structure or workings of an object, system, or concept. Models can be used to study items that are too big, too small, or too far away in science. 

200

Define independent variable. 

The variable (factor) that the scientist changes on purpose. 

300

Define dependent variable. 

The variable (factor) that changes as a result of the independent variable. 

400

Define Data. 

Information gathered by observing or experimentation that can be used in calculating or reasoning. 

500

Define Allele. 

One of the alternative forms of a gene that governs a characteristic such as hair color. 

100

Scientists use these to reprsent items that are too small, too large, or are difficult to study. 

Models. 

200

What is the difference between an independent and dependent variable?

The indepdent variable is is what the scientist controlls and the dependent variable is what changes or responds because of the indepdent variable. 

300

How can a theory change over time? 

A theory can change over time by adding new sceintific informaiton that challenges the existing scientific knowledge about the theory (ex. progressions in technology and gathering more data can change theories over time). 

400

Why should scientists conduct multiple trials in their scientific investigations?

To be able to increase the consistency of the data that are collected. 

500

What term describes what a scientist collects during an investigation?

Data.

100

Describe a predator. 

A predator is an organism that eats another organism. 

200

What do the arrows represent in a food chain or web?

The place or direction the energy is going to. 

300

Define mutualism. 

A relationship between two species in which BOTH benefit. 

400

Define parasite. 

A relationship between two species in which one species, the parasite, benefits from the other species, the host, which is harmed. 

500

Green plants and trees are examples of what type of organism? 

Producers. 

100

Where does an organism receive it's genetics from in sexually reproducing organisms?

Its parents. 50% one parent and 50% the other parent. 

200

If a dominant and recessive trait are passed on, which will you see expressed in the phenotype?

The dominant trait. 

300

What is the function of a cell's nucleus?

To hold the DNA. 

400

"All cells come from other cells" is a part of what theory?

Cell Theory. 

500

What is the smallest unit of life?

The Cell.

100

Define Homeostasis. 

Maintenance of a stable environment insie the body. 

200

What is the role of the skeletal system?

Provides strucutre, support, protection, and allows the body to move. 

300

If a person is suffering from an injury that effects their ability to receive and respond to information about the body and the environment which major organ is injured?

The Brain. 

400

What is the main function of the circulatory system?

Deliver nutrients to cells and remove waste products. 

500

What is the main function of the digestive system?

To break down food so that it can be used by the body. 

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