a decimal system of weights and measurements by powers of 10
the amount of space that something takes up. Base unit- Liter
2 dimensional special dimension of an object. Base unit- Meter
amount of thermal energy in a substance or object. Base unit- 1˚Celcius
a non-special continuum in which events occur in apparently irreversible succession from past, through present, to the future. Base unit- seconds
1000 base unit
100 base unit
10 base unit
1 base unit
0.1 base units
0.01 base units
0.001 base units
most commonly used Metric temperature scale
imperial temperature scale
Metric temperature scale based on absolute zero. C+273
the temperature goes from a solid to a liquid. (0 Celsius, 273 Kelvin)
the temperature at which a substance goes from a liquid to a solid. (0 Celsius, 273 Kelvin)
the temperature at which a substance goes from a liquid to a gas. (100 Celsius, 373 Kelvin)
when a solid goes directly to a gas OR when a gas goes directly to a solid.
liquid becoming a gas.
a gas becoming a liquid.
How close you are to the right point
Repetitive, how often you get the same measurement
Diagrams that show the flow of energy through Trophic Levels
Process in which plants use sunlight, water, and Carbon Dioxide to make Energy and Oxygen.
organisms that feed on decaying and dead matter and brakes them down into basic nutrients.
Organisms that can complete photosynthesis and fermentation, usually at bottom of food web.
a group of the same species living in the same area at the same time.
The process of creating Carbon Dioxide & Alcohol & Energy using glucose in the absent of oxygen.
unicellular organisms that are used to make bread and use fermentation to break down nutrients.
Consumers that only eat plants
Consumers that only eat meat
Consumers that eat meat and plants
the variables that stay the same for the duration of the experiment. They aren't effected by other factors.
The variables that do NOT stay the same during the experiment. They Are influenced/changed/affected by other variables.
the variable that is being experimented with or changed.
The variables in an experiment that are NOT being tested and therefore must be kept the same throughout the experiment and the samples.
Species that invade or are not naturally put into an environment and disrupt the natural life because of it.
The maintenance of stability in an organism's internal environment regardless of external changes.
A warm blooded organism that uses Homeostasis to maintain a constant body temperature
A cold blooded organism
The type of molecules required for the survival, growth, and the repair of cells
A non-native species that is introduced into a foreign area that has some kind of competitve advantage that causes serious disruption to existing ecosystems.
way of categorizing members of an ecosystem into groups based on their order in the food web
the amount of matter in an object. Base unit- Grams