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Outermost layer of Earth covering the mantle. crust. Factor being measured or observed in an experiment. Dependent variable. The process by which sediment is carried by forces ( eg.,wind , rain or water currents) and left in a certain area. Deposition.

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The process by which sediment is carried by forces (eg.,wind, rain or water currents) and left in a certain area

Deposition


The change in direction of a wave caused by passing by an obstacle or traveling through an opening

The change in direction of a wave caused by passing by an obstacle or traveling through an opening

Diffraction


Tendency of certain dominant alleles to mask the expression of teir corresponding recessive alleles

Tendency of certain (dominant) alleles to mask the expression of teir corresponding (recessive) alleles

Dominance


An ecological community together with its environment functioning as a unit

an expression of ecological community, together with its environment, functioning as a unit

Ecosystem


The relative effectiveness of a system or device determined by comparing input and output

The relative effectiveness of a system or device determined by comparing input and output

Efficiency


The emission and propagation of the entire range of gamma rays radio waves

The emission and propagation of the entire range of gamma rays – radio waves

Electromagnetic radiation


A stable elementary particle that is negatively charged and orbits the nucleus of an atom

A stable elementary particle that is negatively charged and orbits the nucleus of an atom

Electron


A measure of randomness or disorder of a closed system

A measure of randomness or disorder of a closed system orbits the nucleus of an atom

Entrophy


Erosion

A combination of natural processes in which materials from Earth’s surface are loosened, dissolved, or worn away and transported from one place to another

Erosion


Fossil fuels

The remains of animal or plant life from past geologic ages that are now in a form suitable for use as a fuel (e.g., oil, coal, or natural gas)

Fossil fuels


The number of cycles orwaves per unit of time

The number of cycles that are now in a form suitable for use as a fuel (e.g., oil, coal, or natural gas)orwaves per unit of time

Frequency


A specific part of a chromosome or sequence of DNA that determines a particular feature or characteristic in an organism

gene



Force of air on moving objects

Force of air on moving objects second

Air resistance




An of two or more alternate forms of a gene that an organism may have for a particular trait

An of two or more alternate forms of a gene that an organism may have for a particular trait

Allele



A form of reproduction in which new individuals are formed without the involvement of gametes

A form of reproduction in which new individuals are formed without the involvement of gametes

Asexual reproduction


The existence of a wide range of different species in a given area or specific period of time

The existence of a wide range of different species in a given area or specific period of time

Biodiversity


Factors in an environment relating to caused by or produced by living organisms

Factors in an environment relating to, caused by, or produced by living organisms

Biotic


Unit of energy used to measure heat

Unit of energy used to measure heat produced by living organisms

Calorie


The amount of heat needed to raise one gram of water one degree Celsius at standard atmospheric pressure

Calorie


The breakdown and alteration of rocks at or near earth s surface as a result of chemical processes

The breakdown and alteration of rocks at or near Earth’s surface as a result of chemical processes

Chemical weathering




A fundamental principle stating energy cannot be created nor destroyed but only changed from one from to another

Conservation of energy


Heat transfer in a gas or liquid by the circulation of currents from one region to another

Heat transfer in a gas or liquid by the circulation of currents from one region to another

Convection


The peak or highest point on a wave

The peak or highest point on a wave currents from one region to another

Crest


Cell or organism that has identical rather than different alleles for a particular trait

Cell or organism that has identical rather than different alleles for a particular trait

homozygous


The factor that is changed in an experiment in order to study changes in the dependent variable

The factor that is changed in an experiment in order to study changes in the dependent variable

Independent variable


The property of an object, due to its mass, by which it resists any change in its position unless overcome by force

Inertia




The process of nuclear division in cells during which the number of chromosomes is reduced by half

The process of nuclear division in cells during which the number of chromosomes is reduced by half

Meiosis


Mitosis

A process of nuclear division in eukaryotic cells during which the nucleus of a cell divides into two nuclei, each with the same number of chromosomes

Mitosis


Neap tide

A twice-monthly tide of minimal range that occurs when the sun, moon and Earth are at right angles to each other, thus decreasing the total tidal force exerted on Earth

Neap tide


A particle object or system that lacks a net charge

A particle, object, or system that lacks a net charge sun, moon and Earth are at right angles to each other, thus decreasing the total tidal force exerted on Earth

neutral



The center region of an atom where protons and neutrons are located; also a cell structure that contains the cell’s genetic material

Nucleus


A depression on the surface of earth occupied by water

A depression on the surface of Earth occupied by water located; also a cell structure that contains the cell’s genetic material

Ocean basin


Plate tectonics

Theory of global dynamics in which Earth’s crust is divided into a smaller number of large, rigid plates whose movements cause seismic activity along their borders

Plate tectonics


Energy stored in an object due to the object s configuration and position

Energy stored in an object due to the object’s configuration and position

Potential energy


The force exerted per unit area

The force exerted per unit area configuration and position

Pressure


A piece of glass with polished plane surfaces that disperses a beam of white light into its component colors

Prism


A subatomic particle having a positive charge and which is found in the nucleus of an atom

A subatomic particle having a positive charge and which is found in the nucleus of an atom

Proton


A graphic checkboard used to determine results from a particular genetic cross

A graphic found in the nucleus of an atomcheckboard used to determine results from a particular genetic cross

Punnett square


Emission of energy in the form of rays or waves

Emission of energy in the form of rays or waves found in the nucleus of an atom

radiation


An allele for a trait that will be masked unless the organism is homozygous for this trait

An allele for a trait that will be masked unless the organism is homozygous for this trait

Recessive



Reproduction involving the union of gametes producing an offspring with traits from both parents

Reproduction involving the union of gametes producing an offspring with traits from both parents

Sexual reproduction





The tide of increased range that occurs twice monthly at the new and full phases of the moon

The tide of increased range that occurs twice monthly at the new and full phases of the moon

Spring tide


Internal energy found by adding the kinetic energy of particles making up a substance

Internal energy found by adding the kinetic energy of particles making up a substance

Thermal energy


The motion of an organism or part of an organism toward or away from an external stimulus

The motion of an organism or part of an organism toward or away from an external stimulus

trophism


The lowest point on a wave

The lowest point on a wave away from an external stimulus

Trough


An event, condition or factor that can be changed or controlled in order to study or test a hypothesis in a scientific experiment

variable


The time rate at which a body changes its position

The time-rate at which a body changes its position; controlled in order to study or test a hypothesis in a scientific experiment

Velocity


Defined as displacement divided by the time of travel

Defined as displacement divided by the time of travel controlled in order to study or test a hypothesis in a scientific experiment

Velocity


A repetitive movement around an equilibrium point

A repetitive movement around an equilibrium point controlled in order to study or test a hypothesis in a scientific experiment

vibration


A noncellular disease causing particle that uses the genetic material from its host to reproduce

A controlled in order to study or test a hypothesis in a scientific experimentnoncellular, disease-causing particle that uses the genetic material from its host to reproduce

Virus


The distance between crests of a wave

The distance between crests of a wave controlled in order to study or test a hypothesis in a scientific experiment

Wavelength



Wheel and axel

A type of simple machine that consists of a rod driven through the center of a cylinder that is allowed to rotate freely, yielding a mechanical advantage equal to the cylinder’s diameter

Wheel and axel


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