Month: January 2018

Cells, Genetics, Evolution, Geology, Topography, Weathering, + Erosion

Question Answer cell The basic unit of structure and function in living things. microscope An instrument that makes small objects look larger. simple microscope A microscope that contains only one lens such as a hand lens. compound microscope A light microscope that has more than one lens. Transmission Electron Microscope A microscope that makes images […]

Science Topic 3 Organelles 2011

Question Answer Cells Smallest body system structure Tissues 2nd smallest body system structure Organs 2nd largest body system structure Body systems Largest body system structure Parent cell 1st step of mitosis Chromasomes duplicate 2nd step of mitosis Chromatid pairs line up 3rd step of mitosis Chromatids separate 4th step of mitosis Daughter cells Final step […]

Science Topic 2 Car Safety 2011

Question Answer Seatbelts Hold occupants in their seats, absorb inertia Headrest Reduce whiplash from inertia Crumple zone Crumples to absorb energy Air bags Absorb inertia & deceleration forces of occupants Anti-lock brake systems (ABS) Stop wheels from skidding Deep tread Maximum friction

Science Topic 2 Definitions 2011

Question Answer Mass The amount of matter in something Weight The force of gravity pulling on matter Force A push, pull or twist applied to an object Acceleration The rate at which an object changes speed Net force The directional sum of all forces acting on an object Friction A rubbing force that slows moving […]

Ecology vocab words

Question Answer a living thing organism an environment that provides the things an organism needs to live, grow, and reproduce habitat a living part of an organism's habitat biotic factor a nonliving part of an organism's habitat abiotic factor the process in which organisms use water along with sunlight and carbon dioxide to make their […]

Evolution, adaption, exntinction, types of species

Question Answer habitat fragmentation break ecosystems into small parts, may be too small to support populations of some species (grizzly bears require large territories), to resolve, make wildlife reserves/parks larger and/or establish migration corridors reestablishment of a community/habitat after it has been altered restoration Reasons to protect endangered species may be useful to humans in […]

Human Body

Question Answer what does the small intestint do? gets the nutrients what does the large intestint do? suckes up all the water What does stimulus mean? digestive what system would help me with my growth and development. endocrine what systemhelps meto get rid of waste in the body. excretory what makes my organs in body […]

chapter 7

Question Answer gravol dimenhydrinate anti-emetic Zofran ondansetron anti-emetic stemetil prochlorperazine anti-emetic imodium loperimide antidiarrheal lomotil diphenoxylate antidiarrheal pepto-bismol bismuth antidiarrheal colace docusate sodium laxative chronulac lactulose laxative citromag magnesium citrate laxative dulcolax bisacodyl laxative senokot sennosides laxative metamucil psyllium laxative prodiem calcium polycarbophil laxative tagamet cimetitide h2 bocker pepcid famotitide h2 blocker zantac ranititide h2 […]

this stack is about different animals

Question Answer Can animals camofladge in the forest? Yes they can. What is a male turkey called? It is called a tom. Do gray squirrels live in the tree tops? Yes they do. Do raccoons eat other large animals? No they do not. Is a marten the size of a house cat? yes it is. […]

State of Our Earth

Question Answer Environment The sum of all the conditions surrounding us that influence life. Environmental Science The field that looks at interactions among human systems and those found in nature. Ecosystem A particular location on Earth whose interacting components include biotic and abiotic components. Biotic component A living component Abiotic component A non-living component Environmentalism […]