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J E OPA R D Y Unit I & II: Scientific Process/Plants & Animals SNAPSHOT 1 REVIEW
Safety Safety! Adaptation Inherited & Learned Plants & Parts Life Cycles Scientific Process
The students and teacher should be wearing this when using dangerous chemicals or flames.
Safety Goggles, Shoes, and Clothing. 100
This is the first thing you do when beginning a lab investigation.
Wait for the teacher to give instructions 200
This is the first thing to do if a student gets a chemical in his or her eye.
Tell the teacher. 300
This is what students do to smell an object.
Students should wear this when being around a fire or flame
Flame Retardant Clothing 500
These are the parts of the plant that work together to form a system.
Roots, Stem, and Leaves 100
Plants need this gas from the air to make their food.
Carbon Dioxide 200
Plants have this in their cells that help to make their food.
This is the process of the plants making their food with carbon dioxide, sunlight, water, and cholorphyll.
This two things are made when the plant goes through photosynthesis.
Oxygen and Sugar 500
This is what living things do to best survive in their natural environment
An example of this would be someone brushing their teeth (inherited or learned)
An example of this would be a persons natural hair color.
What is a characteristic that allows a cactus to live in the dessert.
Its big stem or trunk to hold water 400
This is what an animal does to change its physical color to another surrounding organism
A fern and moss plant gives off what type of reproduction object
The female part of the angiosperm
The process where an organism changes the form of its body.
These are the four stages (in order) of the butterfly life cycle (complete metamporhosis)
Egg, Larve, Pupa, Adult 400
This is an animal that goes through incomplete metamorphosis Bonus: Name the stages
Grasshopper (Egg, Nymph, Adult) 500
This is what we make when gathering our data to record it.
This is what you make when you have completed your data.
This is the statement that states what you think will happen. Educated Guess.
This is where you get your results and compare to your hypothesis.
This is the process of gaining knowledge and solving problems
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