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The nonliving parts of the environment
Rain, sleet, or snow that contain acid from air pollution
a change in velocity or speed of an object
Ecosystems found in water
The most basic part of matter
When different charges or poles of a magnet come closer together
Each line on the sides of a line graph
Plural form of axis
A tool that measures the mass of an object
Forces that have a net force of zero
A long, narrow island that forms parallel to a beach
The living parts of the environment
Consumers that eat only other animals
The largest population of a certain organism that an ecosystem can support
The smallest unit of life
A thin layer that allows some materials to pass in and out of plant and animal cells
The stiff outer layer of a plant cell
A change that forms a new type of matter
A feature of matter tha can cause a chemical change
The process in which two substances combine and undergo a chemical change
The parts of a plant cell that produces food
A method of separating the parts of a mixture based on their weights. Separating a liquid solution
A uniformly mixed mixture that contains particles which are larger that those in a solution, but smaller than in those in suspension
All of the populations which live in the same area
A tool used to measure direction
The amount of solute dissolved into a solvent
A solution that contains larger amount of the solute
Statements that you think are true based on knowledge and observations
Areas which have colder temperatures and contain trees, such as pine trees that produce seeds in cones and that have leaves shaped like needles
The wise use of natural resources
Features on land
The plates under land
Part of the ocean floor that begins at the shore and slopes gently toward the ocean
Parts of the experiment that stay the same
A very large movement of water
A jelly-like substance that fills plants and animal cells
An organism that gets energy by breaking down nutrients in dead organism
An object’s mass compared to its volume
The variable in an experiment which changes depending upon the independent variable; also called the responding variable
The dropping of sediment or particles by water, wind, or ice
To imagine and create the best way to solve problem or how to make a new product
A solution that has smaller amounts of a solute
North, south, east, and west
To break apart
When parts of the Earth’s crust shifts
The study of the interactions between organisms and their environment
A scientist who studies ecology
A group of living things and their nonliving environment
The movement of weathered rock from place to place
A body of water found in an area where freshwater and salt water mix
The process by which a liquid turns to a gas
A crack in the rock of Earth’s crust
Paper or other screen with small holes in it, used to separate mixtures
Medical care used in an emergency
Process used to separate items of different densities in a liquid
The rising and overflowing of a body of water especially onto land that is normally dry. Floods can change land and oceans, and often cause erosion
The path of energy as it flows from one organism to the next
A diagram of several interconnected food chains
A push or pull on an object
The force that acts on an object to stop its motion
A state of matter whose particles are always in motion
Warm areas that receive some rainfall,are usually flat or have gently rolling hills, and are often called prairies, plains, or pampas
The force that pulls all objects on Earth toward the center of the Earth
Consumers that eat only plants
A mixture is not mixed evenly througout
A mixture which is the same (mixed evenly) througout
An organism which is infected by a parasite
An answer or explanation to a question
A variable which changes in an experiment; also called a manipulated variable
The tendency of an object to remain at rest or in motion unless acted upon by a force
A conclusion drawn from what you know and what you have learned from your observations
A narrow strip of water that is protected by barrier islands
Looking at a problem in a scientific way and asking questions in order to solve it; a test for a hypothesis
When large pieces of land slide down a hill
Resources and environmental factors that limit the size of a population
A way to organize and display information using horizontal lines; line graphs show changes over time
A state of matter that takes the shape of the container it is in
A substance that reduces friction
Molten rock under Earth’s surface
The attraction and repulsion of magnetic objects to each other
To use a tool to make things look larger
The total amount of matter in an object
Something that has mass and takes up space
An underwater mountain range
Two or more kinds of matter that are mixed
The smallest piece of matter that retains all the properties of that object and is made up of many atoms
The part of a plant and animal cell that controls growth and contains genes
Using the five senses to learn more about the world
The part of Earth that is covered by oceans
The plates under the ocean
A consumer that eats both plants and animals
The organism that must live on or inside another organism in order to get energy
A change in matter in which the type of matter stays the same
A feature of matter that you can recognize with your senses
A substance which causes pollution
A group of organisms of the same species living in the same place
An organism that eats other organisms
An organism that is eaten by another organism
Organisms that produce their own food
The new substance that forms during a chemical reaction
Matter that is not a mixture
The rate at which a solute is dissolved
Rate of solubility
The substances that react with each other during a chemical reaction
When two like charges or poles of a magnet move away from each other
An organism’s need
Pieces of information gathered from an investigation
A crack in the ocean floor caused by tectonic plats moving apart
A smaller ridge of sand parallel to the beach
A solution that contains the maximum amount of a solute that it can hold
Mountains that are far away from mid-ocean ridgs
Using a strainer to separate parts of a mixture
A part of a line graph that represents velocity
A form of air pollution
A state of matter whose particles are close together and do not move much
The amount of solute that can be dissolved into a solvent
The substance that makes up the smaller part of a solution
The substance that makes up the larger part of a solution
A measurement of distance over time
The form that matter has
State of matter
The amount of a substance’s surface that is exposed
A mixture in which the particles separate easily
Plates which make up Earth’s surface
A forest that contains trees which lose their leaves each autumn
Temperate deciduous forest
An ecosystem on land
The feel of a surface
The rise and fall of the levels of the oceans
An ocean feature that has a length of thousands of kilometers is generally hundreds of kilometers wide and extends 3 to 4 Kim deeper that the surrounding ocean floor
A forest found in much warmer areas that receives plenty of rain
Tropical rain forest
Forces that have a net force balance not equal to zero
A large membrane-covered chamber which stores chemicals and wastes inside a plant cell
A part of an experiment that may change or vary
Speed and direction
An opening in Earth’s crust through which molten lava, ash, and gases are ejected
How much space an object take up
A motion of ocean water caused by wind
The breakdown of rock at or near Earth’s surface
The pull of gravity on an object
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