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Question Answer cell cycle the life cycle of a cell exocytosis the process in which a cell releases a particle by enclosing the particle in a vesicle that then moves to the cell surface and fuses with the cell membrane active transport the movement of substances across the cell membrane that requires the cell to […]


Question Answer Fibrous a root system made up of many tin branching roots all about the same size Taproot system a root system in which there is one large root and many small tin root root hair a hair like extension of the outer layer of the root tip Root cap a cup shaped mass […]

Vocabulary Words for science…

Question Answer Continental Drift The hypothesis that the sat_flash_1s slowly move across Earth's surface. Pangaea The name of the single landmass that broke apart 225 million years ago rise and gave 2 days continents. Seafloor spreading the process by which multen naterial adds new oceanic crust to the ocean floor. Plate a section of the […]


Question Answer Why don't we find molted lizard skins? they fall off in pieces and the lizards eat them What is the rhyme that teaches you the difference between a coral snake and a king snake? Red on black poison lack: Red on yellow kills a fellow What is the difference between a tuatara and […]

7th grade science unit 1

Question Answer purpose of science to observe, ask questions, and experiment to try to find answers to the mysteries set before us Identify three processes of scientific investigation observation, questioning, and measurement science is knowledge gained from observations and experiments, arranged in an orderly way. List the five senses sight, hearing, taste, touch, and smell […]

since atom

Question Answer He imagined atoms as tiny soiled balls. Dalton He suggested that an atom is a positively charged sphere. Thomson The atom is mostly empty space with electrons orbiting it. Rutherford A cloud like model with electron orbiting the nucleus. Modern The electrons move in lays or rows. Bohr He discovered the neutron. Chadwick […]

Lecture Unit 2

Question Answer 12 pairs of cranial nerves Olfactory 1, Optic 2, Oculomotor 3, Trochlear 4, Trigeminal 5, Abducens 6, Facial 7, Vestibulocochlear 8, Glossopharyngeal 9, Vagus 10, Accessory 11, Hypoglossal 12. Olfactory 1 Sensory Function: smell. Motor Function: none. Optic 2 Sensory function: Sight. Motor function: none. Oculomotor 3 Sensory function: none. Motor function: Ciliary […]


Question Answer Sensory Systems -are specialized epithelial cells or neurons that transduce environmental signals into neural signals. -The enviromental signals that can be detected include mechanical force, light, sounds, chemicals, and temperature. Types of sensory transducers Mechanoreceptors Photoreceptors Chemoreceptors Nociceptors Mechanoreceptors: THINK PHYSICAL respond to mechanical stimulus -Pacinian corpuscles -joint receptors -Stretch receptors in muscle […]

test study guide

Question Answer What is the percentage of Oxygen in the air 19% The water cycle the continuos movement of water from water sources such as lakes rivers and oceans, into the air, onto and over land, into the ground, ind back t water sources The water cycle 1. evaporation when liquid water turns into gases […]

test feb.23.2011

Question Answer ECOLOGY a scientist who observes water and oganism HABITAT a place where an organism lives POPULATION all members of a species living in the same place COMMUNITY a group of different spicies living in the same place ECOSYSTEMS a community interacting with non living and living thing BIOTIC living thing ABIOTIC non living […]