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Science Key Terms 3
nebula
protostar
white dwarf
supernova
A ... is a large cloud of gas and dust spread out in an immen…
A contracting cloud of gas and dust with enough mass to form…
The blue-white core of the star that is left behind cools and…
The explosion of a supergiant is called a ....
nebula
A ... is a large cloud of gas and dust spread out in an immen…
protostar
A contracting cloud of gas and dust with enough mass to form…
21 terms
Term 3 Science Key Terms
Environment
Community
Abiotic factors
Biotic factors
The living and non-living things that affect organisms in a p…
All the populations of various organisms, both plants and ani…
Non-living things in an ecosystem e.g. rainfall, water temper…
Biological or living things in an ecosystem e.g. plants, anim…
Environment
The living and non-living things that affect organisms in a p…
Community
All the populations of various organisms, both plants and ani…
Science Key Terms #3
Phases (Moon Phases)
Eclipse
Solar Eclipse
Umbra
One of the different apparent shapes of the moon as seen from…
The partial or total blocking of one object in space by anoth…
The blocking of sunlight to Earth that occurs when the moon i…
The darkest part of a shadow
Phases (Moon Phases)
One of the different apparent shapes of the moon as seen from…
Eclipse
The partial or total blocking of one object in space by anoth…
14 terms
3.3 Science Key Terms
Headland
Beach
Longshore Drift
Spit
A part of the shore that sticks out into the ocean.
An area of wave-washed sediment along a coast.
As waves repeatedly hit the beach, some of the beach sediment…
A beach that projects out of the water.
Headland
A part of the shore that sticks out into the ocean.
Beach
An area of wave-washed sediment along a coast.
12 terms
Science Key Terms #3
Matter
Mass
Volume
Element
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Measure of the amount of matter a substance contains
Measure of how much space something takes up
Pure substance that cannot be broken down into different subs…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Mass
Measure of the amount of matter a substance contains
Science Key Terms 3
Volcano
Magma
Lava
Ring of Fire
A weak spot in the crust where molten material, or magma, com…
A molten mixture of rock-forming substances, gases, and water…
Magma that has reached the Earth's surface
A major volcanic belt that forms many volcanoes that rim the…
Volcano
A weak spot in the crust where molten material, or magma, com…
Magma
A molten mixture of rock-forming substances, gases, and water…
7 terms
Science Key Words #3
atmosphere
gas
air pressure
oxygen
layers of gas that surround a planet
a state of matter without any defined volume or shape
the force that air puts on an area
an element that makes up about 21% of Earth's atmosphere; a g…
atmosphere
layers of gas that surround a planet
gas
a state of matter without any defined volume or shape
53 terms
OGT Science key terms 3
Acid
Agriculture
Alloy
Asexual Reproduction
A chemical that reacts easily with other substances and turns…
Using land to get food or to feed animals for human consumpti…
A mixture of metals (and sometimes non-metals) which forms on…
Reproduction that happens without sex; one organism creates o…
Acid
A chemical that reacts easily with other substances and turns…
Agriculture
Using land to get food or to feed animals for human consumpti…
Science Key Terms #3
Matter
Mass
Volume
Element
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Measure of the amount of matter a substance contains
Measure of how much space something takes up
Pure substance that cannot be broken down into different subs…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Mass
Measure of the amount of matter a substance contains
11 terms
Science 3.3 Key Terms
The energy in waves come from wind tha…
Waves shape the coast through erosion…
Wind causes erosion by deflation and a…
headland
What gives waves their energy?
How do waves shape a coast?
What are the causes and effects of wind erosion?
a part of the shore that sticks out into the ocean
The energy in waves come from wind tha…
What gives waves their energy?
Waves shape the coast through erosion…
How do waves shape a coast?
science key terms 3
Reference Point
Apparent Motion
Average Speed
Acceleration
A place or non-moving thing used for comparison to see if ano…
A change in position that occurs when a reference point is mo…
The total distance something travels in the total time it tak…
The rate at which velocity changes (a change in velocity). It…
Reference Point
A place or non-moving thing used for comparison to see if ano…
Apparent Motion
A change in position that occurs when a reference point is mo…
science key terms 3
Reference Point
Apparent Motion
Average Speed
Acceleration
A place or non-moving thing used for comparison to see if ano…
A change in position that occurs when a reference point is mo…
The total distance something travels in the total time it tak…
The rate at which velocity changes (a change in velocity). It…
Reference Point
A place or non-moving thing used for comparison to see if ano…
Apparent Motion
A change in position that occurs when a reference point is mo…
science key terms 3
Reference Point
Apparent Motion
Average Speed
Acceleration
A place or non-moving thing used for comparison to see if ano…
A change in position that occurs when a reference point is mo…
The total distance something travels in the total time it tak…
The rate at which velocity changes (a change in velocity). It…
Reference Point
A place or non-moving thing used for comparison to see if ano…
Apparent Motion
A change in position that occurs when a reference point is mo…
Key Science Voc #3
Compton Effect
Brownian Motion
Gravitational Field
Photon
The shift in energy of scattered photons.
The random motion of particles suspended in a fluid.
The field that surrounds any object with mass.
A discrete, quantized bundle of radiation that travels at the…
Compton Effect
The shift in energy of scattered photons.
Brownian Motion
The random motion of particles suspended in a fluid.
18 terms
science key terms 3
protist
pseudopod
protozoan
contractile vacuole
an eukaryotic organism that cannot be classified as an animal…
a "false foot" or temporary bulge of cytoplasm used for feedi…
an animal-like protist
the cell structure that collects extra water from the cytopla…
protist
an eukaryotic organism that cannot be classified as an animal…
pseudopod
a "false foot" or temporary bulge of cytoplasm used for feedi…
7 terms
3.3 Key Terms Science
Headland
Beach
Longshore drift
Spit
A part of the land that goes out into the ocean
An area of wave-washed sediment
The process when waves hit the shore, picking up the sediment…
A part of the beach that goes out into the water
Headland
A part of the land that goes out into the ocean
Beach
An area of wave-washed sediment
8 terms
3.4 Science Key Terms
Glacier
Continental Glacier
Ice Age
Valley Glacier
A large mass of ice that moves over land slowly.
A glacier that covers much of a continent or large island.
The time when continental glaciers covered most of Earth's su…
A long, narrow glacier that forms when snow and ice built up…
Glacier
A large mass of ice that moves over land slowly.
Continental Glacier
A glacier that covers much of a continent or large island.
11 terms
3.2 Science Key Terms
Runoff
Rill
Gully
Stream
Water that moves over Earth's surface .
During sheet erosion, runoff forms tiny grooves in the soil.
A large groove, or channel, in the soil that carries runoff a…
A channel along which water is continually flowing down a slo…
Runoff
Water that moves over Earth's surface .
Rill
During sheet erosion, runoff forms tiny grooves in the soil.
9 terms
3.1 Science Key Terms
Erosion
Sediment
Deposition
Gravity
The process by which natural sources move weathered rock and…
A mixture of materials that consist of pieces of rock, soil,…
The process in which sediment is laid down in new locations.
The force that moves rock and other materials downhill.
Erosion
The process by which natural sources move weathered rock and…
Sediment
A mixture of materials that consist of pieces of rock, soil,…
Key Stage 3 Science 'A'
accommodation
acetylcholine
acid
acid rain
eyes ability to change focus
neuro-transmitter chemical that diffuses across synapse
Solution with a pH of less than 7
Rain water which is made more acidic by pollutant gases
accommodation
eyes ability to change focus
acetylcholine
neuro-transmitter chemical that diffuses across synapse
8 terms
Science Key Concepts Term 3
Biological
Marvellous
Micro-organisms
Yeast
Relating to biology or living organisms.
Causing great wonder; extraordinary.
Microscopic living creatures.
A fungi. A single-celled eucaryoic organism; reproduces by bu…
Biological
Relating to biology or living organisms.
Marvellous
Causing great wonder; extraordinary.
3.3 Science Key Terms
phase change
endothermic
heat of fusion
exothermic
a change from one state to another without any chemical change
accompanied by or requiring the absorption of heat
the heat absorbed by a unit mass of a given solid at its melt…
accompanied by the release of heat
phase change
a change from one state to another without any chemical change
endothermic
accompanied by or requiring the absorption of heat
12 terms
Science Key Terms #3
Matter
Mass
Volume
Element
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Measure of the amount of matter a substance contains
Measure of how much space something takes up
Pure substance that cannot be broken down into different subs…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Mass
Measure of the amount of matter a substance contains
21 terms
Term 3 Science Key Terms
Environment
Community
Abiotic factors
Biotic factors
The living and non-living things that affect organisms in a p…
All the populations of various organisms, both plants and ani…
Non-living things in an ecosystem e.g. rainfall, water temper…
Biological or living things in an ecosystem e.g. plants, anim…
Environment
The living and non-living things that affect organisms in a p…
Community
All the populations of various organisms, both plants and ani…
Key Stage 3 Science 'C'
captive breeding
carbon cycle
carbon dioxide
carbon footprint
Breeding a species in zoos to maintain the wild population
a natural cycle through which carbon moves by respiration, ph…
gas present in the atmosphere at a low percentage but importa…
the total amount of greenhouse gases given off by a person in…
captive breeding
Breeding a species in zoos to maintain the wild population
carbon cycle
a natural cycle through which carbon moves by respiration, ph…
Key Stage 3 Science 'B'
backward reaction
balanced symbol equation
basalt
base
the reaction which goes from right to left in a reversible re…
a symbolic representation showing the kind and amount of the…
a rock forms when iron rich magma cools
a substance that will react with acids
backward reaction
the reaction which goes from right to left in a reversible re…
balanced symbol equation
a symbolic representation showing the kind and amount of the…
10 terms
Key Terms 3.3 Science
Headland
Beach
Longshore drift
Spit
A part of the shore that sticks out into the ocean.
Waves washed sediment along the coast.
The movement of water and sediment down a beach caused by wav…
A beach formed by longshore drift that projects like a finger…
Headland
A part of the shore that sticks out into the ocean.
Beach
Waves washed sediment along the coast.
science key terms #3
nucleus
chromosome
centriole
centromere
control center of a cell
threadlike structures that DNA and proteins form
an organelle near the nucleus in pairs they are involved in t…
the point on a chromosome by which it is attached to a spindl…
nucleus
control center of a cell
chromosome
threadlike structures that DNA and proteins form
5 terms
Science keys terms#3
Weight
Mass
International system of units
Volume
A measure of the force of gravity on an object
A measure of how much matter is in an object
The system of units used by scientists to measure the propert…
The amount of space that matter occupies
Weight
A measure of the force of gravity on an object
Mass
A measure of how much matter is in an object
28 terms
Key Terms Science #3
universe
galaxy
milky way
Local Group
made up of hundreds of billions of galaxies
group of stars, gas, and dust held together by gravity
our galaxy
a collection of over 30 galaxies of various shapes and sizes
universe
made up of hundreds of billions of galaxies
galaxy
group of stars, gas, and dust held together by gravity
15 terms
Science Key Terms 1 and 3
surface water
river system
watershed
groundwater
water that collects on the surface of the ground.
flowing network of river and streams
area of land that is drained by a river
underground formation that contains groundwater
surface water
water that collects on the surface of the ground.
river system
flowing network of river and streams
1.3 Science Key Terms
scientific notation
length
mass
volume
the method used to make handling larger or smaller numbers ea…
the distance between two points
the amount of matter in an object
how much space an object takes up
scientific notation
the method used to make handling larger or smaller numbers ea…
length
the distance between two points
3.2 Science Key Terms
organelles
cell wall
cytoskeleton
cell membrane
carry out specific functions within the cell
rigid layer of nonliving material that surrounds the cells of…
protein framework inside the cell that gives cells their shape
forms outside boundary that separates the cell from its envir…
organelles
carry out specific functions within the cell
cell wall
rigid layer of nonliving material that surrounds the cells of…
53 terms
OGT Science key terms 3
Acid
Agriculture
Alloy
Asexual Reproduction
A chemical that reacts easily with other substances and turns…
Using land to get food or to feed animals for human consumpti…
A mixture of metals (and sometimes non-metals) which forms on…
Reproduction that happens without sex; one organism creates o…
Acid
A chemical that reacts easily with other substances and turns…
Agriculture
Using land to get food or to feed animals for human consumpti…
15 terms
Science 3.2 Key Terms
runoff
rills
gully
stream
Water that moves over Earth's surface
Tiny grooves in the soil
A large groove, or channel, in the soil that carries runoff a…
A channel along which water is continually flowing down a slope
runoff
Water that moves over Earth's surface
rills
Tiny grooves in the soil
19 terms
Ch. 3 Science Key Terms
cell cycle
interphase
replication
mitosis
The regular sequence of growth and division that cells undergo.
The stage of the cell cycle that takes place before cell divi…
The process by which a cell makes a copy of eh DNA in its nuc…
The stage of the cell cycle during which the cell's nucleus d…
cell cycle
The regular sequence of growth and division that cells undergo.
interphase
The stage of the cell cycle that takes place before cell divi…
29 terms
Science KS3 Key Words
Accuracy
Calibration
Data
Measurement error
How close a result is to the true value.
Establishing the relationship between scales on a measuring i…
Information, either qualitative or quantitative, that has bee…
The difference between a measured value and the true value.
Accuracy
How close a result is to the true value.
Calibration
Establishing the relationship between scales on a measuring i…
Key Terms 3.3 Science
Photosynthesis
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Pigment
The process by which a cell capture was energy in sunlight an…
An organism that makes its own food is an Autotroph
An organism that cannot make its own food is a Heterotroph
Colored chemical compounds that absorb light
Photosynthesis
The process by which a cell capture was energy in sunlight an…
Autotroph
An organism that makes its own food is an Autotroph
science Key terms sec. 3
natural selection
adaptations
competition
predator
A natural process resulting in the evolution of organisms bes…
The behaviors that allow organisms to live successfully in th…
A bad interaction between two organisms
An animal that hunts other animals for food
natural selection
A natural process resulting in the evolution of organisms bes…
adaptations
The behaviors that allow organisms to live successfully in th…
11 terms
Science 3.3 Key Terms
Metal
Malleable
Ductile
Conductivity
A name that scientists give to elements
A material property about how the material can be hammered or…
A material property about how a material can be pulled out, o…
The ability of an object to transfer heat or electricity to a…
Metal
A name that scientists give to elements
Malleable
A material property about how the material can be hammered or…
13 terms
Science Key Terms- I.3
Natural Selection
Adaptations
Niche
Competition
_____________ works like this: Individuals whose unique chara…
The behaviors and physical characteristics that allow organis…
A _____ includes the type of food the organism eats, how it o…
The struggle between organisms to survive as they attempt to…
Natural Selection
_____________ works like this: Individuals whose unique chara…
Adaptations
The behaviors and physical characteristics that allow organis…
12 terms
Science 3.4 Key Terms
glacier
continental glacier
ice age
valley glacier
any large mass of ice that moves slowly over land
a glacier that covers much of a continent or large island
times in the past when continental glaciers cover larger part…
a long, narrow glacier that forms when snow and ice build up…
glacier
any large mass of ice that moves slowly over land
continental glacier
a glacier that covers much of a continent or large island
Key Stage 3 Science
How does pressure relate to force and…
How does atmospheric pressure change w…
Using the particle theory, explain why…
How do you calculate moments and what…
A higher force results in a higher pressure and a greater are…
As you go higher above sea level, the atmospheric pressure de…
In gases, particles are far apart and can therefore be compre…
Moment(Nm) = perpendicular distance from pivot(m) X force(N)
How does pressure relate to force and…
A higher force results in a higher pressure and a greater are…
How does atmospheric pressure change w…
As you go higher above sea level, the atmospheric pressure de…
8 terms
Science 1.3 Key Terms
Physcical change
Chemical Change
Law of Conservation of Mass
Energy
Matter changes its appearance but does not change into a diff…
Matter changes into a different substance
The Science law that states that matter is not created or des…
The ability to do work or cause change
Physcical change
Matter changes its appearance but does not change into a diff…
Chemical Change
Matter changes into a different substance
8 terms
3.4 Key Terms Science
Glacier
Continental Glacier
Valley Glacier
Ice Ages
A large chunk of ice that moves slowly over land
A glacier that covers much of a continent or small island
A glacier that is formed when ice piles up high in a mountain…
The ages when glaciers covered most of earths surface 2.5 mil…
Glacier
A large chunk of ice that moves slowly over land
Continental Glacier
A glacier that covers much of a continent or small island
11 terms
Science 1.3 Key Terms
Topography
Elevation
Relief
Plain
The shape of the land
The height of earth's surface
The difference in elevation between the lowest and highest pa…
A landform made up of nearly flat or gently rolling land with…
Topography
The shape of the land
Elevation
The height of earth's surface
science key terms chapter 3
natural resource
renewable resource
nonrenewable resource
pollution
anything in the environment that is used by people
a resource that is either always available or is naturally re…
a natural resource that is not replaced in a useful time frame
contamination of land,water,or air
natural resource
anything in the environment that is used by people
renewable resource
a resource that is either always available or is naturally re…
Science Ch. 3.2 Key Terms Science
Core
Radiative zone
Convection zone
Nuclear fusion
Center/nuclear fusion
Middle/convection zone PART 1, energy travels through it
Outside/convection zone PART 2: hot material rises, cools, an…
Hydrogen + Hydrogen=SMASH—helium and energy
Core
Center/nuclear fusion
Radiative zone
Middle/convection zone PART 1, energy travels through it
Key Stage 3 Science
How does pressure relate to force and…
How does atmospheric pressure change w…
Using the particle theory, explain why…
How do you calculate moments and what…
A higher force results in a higher pressure and a greater are…
As you go higher above sea level, the atmospheric pressure de…
In gases, particles are far apart and can therefore be compre…
Moment(Nm) = perpendicular distance from pivot(m) X force(N)
How does pressure relate to force and…
A higher force results in a higher pressure and a greater are…
How does atmospheric pressure change w…
As you go higher above sea level, the atmospheric pressure de…
57 terms
Ch. 3 Science Key Concepts
An _____ is any substance that cannot…
When two or more elements combine chem…
Most chemical reactions within cells c…
________, lipids, _________, and nucle…
element
compound
water
carbohydrates, proteins
An _____ is any substance that cannot…
element
When two or more elements combine chem…
compound
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