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The part of the plant in which seeds are formed.
What is the flower?
The transfer of pollen grains to the sticky part of the pistil.
What is pollination?
The early growth of a plant from a seed.
What is germination?
The process by which plants make food.
What is photosynthesis?
The process that breaks down food and releases energy.
What is respiration?
The bouncing back of light from a surface.
What is reflection?
The bending of light.
What is refraction?
Matter that lets light pass through but then scatters the light in many directions.
What is translucent matter?
Matter that completely blocks light.
What is opaque matter?
Light that passes straight through an object?
What is transparent matter?
I am known as a yellow star.
What is the sun?
The joining together of hydrogen atoms to form helium.
What is fusion?
The dark spots that appear on the surface of the sun.
What are sunspots?
Brightly colored lights seen in the night skies.
What are auroras?
An event when the moon come directly between Earth and the Sun.
What is a solar eclipse?
The sun and all of the space objects traveling around it.
What is the solar system?
A large space object that moves around the sun.
What is a planet?
A space object that orbits the sun between Mars and Jupiter.
What is an asteriod?
A space object made of ice mixed with dust particles.
What is a comet?
A piece of metal or rock that orbits the sun.
What is a meteoroid?
The kind of shine a mineral has when light strikes it.
What is luster?
Rocks that form on the surface from lava.
What are extrusive igneous rocks?
An instrument that uses sound waves to locate objects in the water.
What is a sonar?
An ocean wave caused by Earths movement.
What is a tsunami?
A space that contains no matter.
What is a vacuum?
All of the kinetic energy due to random motion of the particles that make up an object Depends on the motion of the molecules AND how many molecules.
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