5th Grade Science Final Exam EAMS 2015
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-anything that can harm living organisms when too much of it is released into an ecosystem.
-an artificial land environment containing living and non-living materials.
-an organism that gets energy by feeding on dead materials and wastes.
-the path by which food energy passes from one living thing to another.
-Overlapping food chains.
-group of organisms of the same kind
-can mate and produce offspring like themselves
-an organism that makes its own food
-where a plant or animal naturally lives and grows.
-Energy for all living things starts here.
-the number of individuals of the same species living in any one place.
-an animal that eats only plants or plant products.
-the tendency of an object to resist change in motion.
-a large object that orbits around a star.
-outer planets, further from the sun.
-force that occurs when objects rub against each other and causes them to slow down or stop.
-keep a moon in orbit around a planet or a planet in orbit around the sun.
-the measure of the pull of gravity on an object.
-a push or pull on an object.
-a small body that orbits around a planet.
-The imaginary line that passes from the North Pole to the South Pole through the Earth's center.
-one complete trip of a planet around the sun.
-the spinning of a planet or moon on its axis.
-body system that exchanges oxygen for carbon dioxide from the blood.
-the body system breaks food down into simple substances that your cells can use.
-the body system that protects organs and supports the body to give it shape.
-the body system that removes liquid waste from the body.
-the body system that controls all other systems in the body.
-thick walled blood vessels that carry blood away from the heart to the rest of the body.
-balloon-like air sacks at the end of the bronchioles in the lungs.
-two tubes that go from the trachea to each lungs.
-contains the vocal cords.
-also known as the voice box.
-a dome shaped muscle that lies beneath the lungs.
-involved in breathing.
-the windpipe that branches off into two bronchi
-the path that air moves from the throat to the chest.
-to draw or pull toward an object.
-A machine for changing electrical energy into mechanical energy.
-to push away from each other
-a temporary magnet surrounded by a coil of wire through which an electric current is passed to make it magnetized
-an invisible field of energy surrounding an object such as a magnet or electromagnet
-the ability to do work.
-the area where the force of magnetism is the strongest for all magnets
-an object that attracts iron and a few other magnetic materials.
-the rapid back and forth movement that produces a sound.
-the energy of motion
-energy used to kill cancer cells.
-energy stored in fuels such as wood and gasoline
-example- the energy stored in the foods you eat.
-is potential energy
-example of potential energy is a huge rock on a hill
-energy that produces sound such as thunder, or someone's voice.
-energy from a power plant or a car battery.
-a force moving an object from one place to another.
v=length X width X height (v=l x w x h) or
volume base x height x
V= B X h
Area = length x width (A= l x w)
Area = Base