Answer the next guide, study the key concepts and key terms for bimonthly exam.
1st Guide for Bimonthly Exam.
1. A way of learning about the natural world, it is also the knowledge gained by exploring the natural world.
2. A deal with descriptions that cannot be express in numbers.
3. Involves creating representations of complex objects or processes and helps people to study and understand things that are complex or that can’t be observed directly.
4. To consider the diverse ways in which scientists study the natural world and proposes explanations based on evidence they gather.
5. Processes to try answer the question. It is a possible explanation for a set of observations or answers to a scientific question.
6. An important part of the scientific inquiry process. It's the sharing of ideas results and experimental findings with others through writing and speaking.
7. It is how people change the world around them to meet their needs ands solve practical problems.
8. What to do in case of burns during any scientific investigation in the lab?
9. It is the basic unit of structure and function in an organism.
10. It is the organism to be composed of many cells that are specialized to do certain tasks?
11. It is the process of changing what occurs during an organism´s life to produce a more complex organism.
12. The organisms that make their own food are called:
13. The organisms that cannot make their own food are called:
14. To keep internal conditions just right for cells to function:
15. In the mid-1800s, a French chemist designed some controlled experiments that demonstrated that new bacteria appeared in broth only when they are reduced by existing bacteria.
16. In the 1600s, an Italian doctor desiged a controlled experiment to disprove spontaneous generation.
17. In 1590 he invented the first compound of the microscope. It was a tube with lens at each end.
18. In 1674 he invented the simple microscope. It used only one tiny lens, it could magnify a specimen up to 266 times.
19. He was the first to build a compound microscope to observe cells.
20. In 1663 he observed the structure of a thin slice of cork and found that it was made up of cells. Concluding that all plants are made of cells.
21. Concluded that all animals are made of cells.
22. Proposed “All cells come from cells”.
23. It's a group of similar organisms that can mate with each other and produce offspring that can also mate and reproduce
24. It's the process of grouping things based on their similarities.
25. the study of how living things are classify.
26. It is a group classification that contains similar closely related organisms.
27. It is the kingdom where the organisms can not be classified as animals and their organisms can be Autotrophs and heterotrophs, or unicellular and multicellular:
28. It is the kingdom where the organisms are multicellular, eukaryontes and heterotrophs, some examples are mushrooms, molds and mildew.
29. The kingdom where the organisms are multicellular eukaryontes and autrophs. They provide food for most of heterothophs.
30. All are multicellular eukaryontes and heterothops. They have different adaptations that allow them to locate food, capture it, eat it, and digest it.
31. Facts, figure, and other evidence to get through observations.
32. A dense area in a cell that contains nucleic acids.
33. The mistaken idea that living things can arise from nonliving sources.
34. The person who is trained to use both technological and scientific knowledge to solve practical problems.
35. The structure of the cell that Includes a gel-like fluid in which many different organelles are found.
36. These organelles capture energy from sunlight and use it to produce food for the cell.
37. These small organelles contains chemicals that break down food particles and worn-out cell parts.
38. Most mature plant cell have one large vacuole. This sac within the cytoplasm store food, water, waste and other materials.
39. A large organic molecules made of CHONS, food that are high in protein includes: meat, nuts, breaks, fish eggs etc.
40. The fats oil and waxes are a energy organic compound because contain they even more energy than carbohydrates.
41. Very long organic molecules made of CHOP and nucleic acids that contain the instructions that cells need to carry out the functions of life.
42. Food such a fruits and some vegetables have a high sugar content, your body breaks it down into glucose that your cells can use to produce energy.
43. In this process the result product is the oxygen.
44. In this process the result product is the water and carbon dioxide.
45. During this process the autotrophs use energy from the sun to convert carbon dioxide and water in oxygen and sugar.
46. A colored chemical that absorb Light in plants.
47. A green pigment found in the chloroplants of plants algae and some bacteria.
48. A small opening on a leaf through which oxygen and carbon dioxide can move.
49. Occurs when yeast and some other single-called organisms break down sugars and produce carbon dioxide and small amount of energy.
50. Takes place in you body went your muscle cells uses up the oxygen faster than they can replace it. One of their effects is feel painful sensation in your muscles.
1.-Science: Is a way of learning about the natural world, it is also the knowledge gained by exploring the natural world.
2.-Observing: Using one or more of your senses to gather information.
3.-Quantitative observations: Deal with a number or amount.
4.-Qualitative observations: Deal with descriptions that cannot be expressed in numbers.
5.-Infering: Is the action of explain or interpret the things you observe.
6.-Life Science: Is the study of the living things (Biology).
7.-Predicting: A forecast of what will happen in the future.
8.-Making models: Involves create representations of complex subjects.
9.-Technology: Technology is the thing that helps you make life easier.
10.-Engineer: Is the person who is trained to use both technological and scientific knowledge to solve practical problems.
11.-Organism: A living thing that can be multicellular or unicellular.
12.-Cell: All organisms are made of small building blocks called cells.
13.-Unicellular: singled called organisms, include bacteria.
14.-Multicellular: Organisms are composed of many cells that are specialized to do certain tasks.
15.-Response: Is the act that a cause the organism to react is called a stimulus.
16.-Development: the process of change that occurs during an organism´s life to produce a more complex organism.
17.-Spontaneus generation: The mistaken idea that living things can arise from nonliving sources.
18.-Autotroph: The organisms that make their own food
19.-Heterotroph: The organisms that cannot make their own food
20.-Homeostasis: the maintenance of stable internal conditions in ann organisms.
21.-Scientific inquiry: Is to consider the diverse ways in which scientists study the natural world and propose explanations based on evidence they gather.
22.-Hyphotesis: Is a possible explanation for a set of observations or answer to a scientific question.
23.-Variable: An amount of things.
24.-Controlled experiment: An experiment in which only one variable is manipulated at time.
25.-Manipulated experiment: One variable that is purposely changed to test a hypothesis.
26.-Responding variable: is the factor in response to the manipulated variable.
27.-Operational definition: a statement that describes how to measure a particular variable or how to define a particular term.
28.-Data: Is the facts, figure, and other evidence to get through observations.
29.-Communicating: the process of sharing ideas with others through writing and speaking.
30.-Classification: Is the process of grouping things based on their similarities.
31.-Taxonomy: Is the study of how living things are classified.
32.-Binomial nomenclature: A system of naming organisms.
33.-Genus: Is a classification grouping that contains similar closely related organisms.
34.-Species: Is a group of organisms that are physicall similar and can mate with each other and produce offspring that can also mate and reproduce.
35.-Prokavyote: bacteria and Achaea.
36.-Nucleus: Nucleus is a dense area in a cell that contains nucleic acids.
37.-Eukaryote: An organism whose cells contain nuclei.
1.-What skills do scientists use to learn about the natural world?
R= Observe, Infer, Predict, Classify, Make models.
2.-What is scientific inquiry?
R=is consider the diverse ways in which scientist study the natural world and propose explanations based on evidence they gather.
3.-What makes a hypothesis testable?
R=this means that research must be able to carry out investigations and gather evidences that will either support or disapprove the hypothesis.
4.-What attitudes are important in science?
R=curiosity, honesty, open-mindedness and skepticism, creativity…
5.-What is the goal of technology?
R= Make life easier.
6.- Why is preparation important when carrying out scientific investigations in the lab and in the field?
R=to be safe during the investigation.
7.- What you should do if an ancient occurs?
R= when any accident occurs, no matter how minor, notify your teacher immediately.
8.-What characteristics do all living things share?
R= Cellular organization, response and chemicals.