science final 7th grade
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What is the testable prediction or statement in an experiment called?
What is the first step taken when designing an experiment?
What is the factor that changes when the independent variable is manipulated?
Which factor in the experiment does not change?
What is manipulated in the experiment to change the dependent variable?
What is the last step in an experiment?
What are living things that are made only of one cell?
What is the process by which one or more organism makes a new organism?
An organism's response to its environment is called?
The ability for an organism to maintain steady internal conditions when outside conditions change is called ?
Whta is Linnaeus's two word scientific naming system of organisms?
The most specific group of organisms that have similar traits and produce fertile young is?
Who was the Dutch merchant that created the first microscope?
Antony Van Leeuwenhoek
Who used a microscope and was the first person to observe and name the cells?
What kingdom does te killer whale belong to?
What kingdom does the red rose bush belong?
All organisms need energy to survive. Where does this energy originate from?
The cell theory states that all existing cells came from
What is the main ingredient in any cell?
What is the macromolecule necessary for nearly everything cells do?
What macromolecule does not dissolve in water?
What is the flexible covering that protects the inside of ALL cells called ?
What is the stiff structure outside the cell membrane that is found in plant and prokaryotes called?
What is the organelle found in eukaryotic cells that direct all cell acticity called?
In plant cell, the green organelle that uses light energy to make sugars is called?
The movement of substances through a cell membrane without energy is called?
What is the movement of substances from an area of higher concentration to an area of lower concentration?
The movement of substances through a cel membrane only by using the cell's energy is?
What is the processs that breaks glucose down into smaller molecules?
The part of the digestion system where major digestion takes place- (it's between the stomach and the small intestines)?
Chemical reaction in plants, in which food molecules are produced and oxygen is given off
During cell division, what is it called when the nucleus divide ?
When the cytoplasm and its contents divide, this is called
What type of cells make up multicellular organisms, such as you?
What is the process that breaks down food into usable energy for the body called?
What is the organ in the digestion system that is responsicle for absorbing water?
What is the organ responsible for tuning food into chyme?
What body part does food travel through from the mouth to the stomach?
what is the main organ from removing carbaon dioxide from the body?
What the consumed food is called AFTER it leaves the mouth?
What is the digestive system organ that is responsible for making bile?
The organs of the excretory sytem that filter and rid blood of excess salts and water?
Organisms that are made up of more than one cell are called?
Organisms that obtain their energy from other organisms are called?
The rigid internal framwork that supports and gives shape to certain animals is called?
A thick outer covering on an animal is called its
What are human reproductive cells called?
Name gametes of the female and male reproductive system
The cell that forms when a sperm cell fertilizes an egg cell is a?
What are the male organs that produce sperm and testosterone?
What are the female organs that produce eggs and estrogen?
What are the cells that do not have a nucleus or other membrane-bound organelles?
What is the liquid part of a cell inside the cell membrane called ?
What are the organelles that break down food and release energy called?
What are the organelles in the cells of autothrops that capture light energy and convert it into chemical energy?
What are structures that anchor a plant without transport tissue to a surface?
What are the small openings in the surfaces of most plant leaves?
Plants that have specialized tissues that transport water and nutrients throughout the plant are called?
Plants that produce seeds that are bot part of a fruit are called ?
Plants that produce flowers and develop fruits are called?
In angiosperms, the female reproductive organ of the flower is the ..
In the angiosperms, the male reproductive organ is the...
An organism that changes energy in the environment into food is called a
An organism that eats only plants is called
An organism that eats insects as well as other animals is a
______ is the process that viruses use to make copies of themselves
The process by which bacteria reproduce is called ?
The word used to describe bacteria that DO NOT need oxygen
_____ is the use of organisms to clean up pollution
What is the coating of a virus called?
A way in which bacteria transfer genetic material
Whip-like structures that help with cell movement
Bacteria or virus? A one-celled organism without a nucleus
Bacteria or virus?? Have DNA or RNA and a protective coating
Bacteria or virus??? All of thse are phatogens
Bacteria or virus??? Can replicate, NOT reproduce
Bacteria or virus???? E.Coli, listeria, MRSA
Protist that look like tiny animals are called
Why are some fungi called imperfect ??
Because they don't reproduce sexually
Two types of organisms that make their own food are plants and ____
Theses types of organisms cause diaper rash and athletes foot
These organisms have structures called a basidocaps
A structure used for movement in some animal like protist
In the fungus, the structure that is the most like a root
Which fungus like protest is responsible for destroying the Irish potato crop??
Which plant like protest uses light and carbon dioxide to make its own food ?
What phylum do sponges belong to?
What phylum do animals with nematocysts, like the jellyfish, sea anemones, and corals belong to?
What phylum do animals such as the danil, oysters, clams and octopus belong to?
What phylum has animals like the butterflies. , spider and the tick belong to?
What is the only arthropod thag can fly?
What phylumdo sea cucumber, sea urchins, and sea stars belong to this group only lives in salt water and is the closest relative to the chordates
Which chordates live part of their life in water and the other part on land ?
Which animal displays radial summetry? Bird, sponge, jellyfish
How many openings does the digestive system tract of a vertebrate have ?
2 of them
The turtle, snake and alligator are examples of
The penguin, emu, and seagull are examples of
Which phylum do the shrimp and lobster belong?
Which phylum do the frogs and newts belong to?
Which phylum do the earthworms and leech belong?
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