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Biology Science Shepherd Chapter 2
acid
atom
atomic mass
atomic number
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
the smallest indivisible building block of matter. Each atom…
the "weight" of an element determined by the addition of the…
a number assigned to every element that corresponds to the nu…
acid
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
atom
the smallest indivisible building block of matter. Each atom…
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Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 2
acid
atom
atomic mass
atomic number
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter. Each one…
the "quantity of matter" of an atom of an element determined…
a number assigned to every element that corresponds to the nu…
acid
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
atom
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter. Each one…
Biology: Chapter 2 The Science of Biology
Inquiry
Observation
Data
What are the two types of Data?
An investigation with thoughtful questioning.
Using senses to gather and record information about structure…
Recorded observations.
Quantitative and Qualitative.
Inquiry
An investigation with thoughtful questioning.
Observation
Using senses to gather and record information about structure…
34 terms
Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 2
acid
atom
atomic mass
atomic number
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter. Each one…
the "quantity of matter" of an atom of an element determined…
a number assigned to every element that corresponds to the nu…
acid
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
atom
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter. Each one…
34 terms
Science Shepherd Biology Chapter 2
acid
atom
atomic mass
atomic number
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter; it is mad…
the "weight" of an element determined by the addition of the…
assigned to every element that corresponds to the number of p…
acid
a solution that has a higher concentration of hydrogen ions t…
atom
the smallest, indivisible building block of matter; it is mad…
21 terms
Biology: Chapter 2 The Science of Biology
Inquiry
Observation
Data
What are the two types of Data?
An investigation with thoughtful questioning.
Using senses to gather and record information about structure…
Recorded observations.
Quantitative and Qualitative.
Inquiry
An investigation with thoughtful questioning.
Observation
Using senses to gather and record information about structure…
11 terms
Chapter 2: The Science of Biology
Observation
Data
Inference
Generalization
Use of the senses to gather and record information about stru…
Recorded observations or items of information
Logical conclusion based on observations
General conclusion
Observation
Use of the senses to gather and record information about stru…
Data
Recorded observations or items of information
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Chapter 2: The Science of Biology
Scientific Inquiry
observation
Data
discovery science
people asking questions about what they observe in nature and…
the use of senses to gather and record information about stru…
recorded observations (can be quantitative or qualitative)
type of science that describes natural processes through care…
Scientific Inquiry
people asking questions about what they observe in nature and…
observation
the use of senses to gather and record information about stru…
9 terms
Chapter 2 Section 1 Science
mass
energy
kinetic energy
potential energy
a measure the amount of matter in an object
the ability to cause change
energy an object has due to its motion
energy stored in an object because of its position
mass
a measure the amount of matter in an object
energy
the ability to cause change
Science Biology (chapter 2)
Natural Ecosystems
Cultural Services
Ecotourism
Ecosystem products
Provide services to the biosphere and to humans
Includes the recreational, aesthetic, and spiritual experienc…
An example of a cultural service
We hunt animals and harvest plants for personal and commercia…
Natural Ecosystems
Provide services to the biosphere and to humans
Cultural Services
Includes the recreational, aesthetic, and spiritual experienc…
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glencoe science biology chapter 2 vocab
ecology
biosphere
abiotic factors
biotic factors
the study of interactions that take place between organisms a…
the portion of the earth that supports living things
the nonliving parts of an organisms environment
all the living organisms that inhabit an environment
ecology
the study of interactions that take place between organisms a…
biosphere
the portion of the earth that supports living things
75 terms
Biology: Science for Life Chapter 2
Metabolism
Homeostasis
Water
Element
All of the physical and chemical reactions that produce and u…
The steady state condition an organism works to maintain.
One molecule of this consists of one oxygen and two hydrogen…
A substance that cannot be broken down into any other substan…
Metabolism
All of the physical and chemical reactions that produce and u…
Homeostasis
The steady state condition an organism works to maintain.
51 terms
Science Biology Chapter 2
Monosaccharide
Fatty acid
Amino acid
Positive
Carbohydrates monomers
Lipids monomer
Proteins monomer
Proton Charge
Monosaccharide
Carbohydrates monomers
Fatty acid
Lipids monomer
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Chapter 2: The Science of Biology
Scientific Inquiry
observation
Data
discovery science
people asking questions about what they observe in nature and…
the use of senses to gather and record information about stru…
recorded observations (can be quantitative or qualitative)
type of science that describes natural processes through care…
Scientific Inquiry
people asking questions about what they observe in nature and…
observation
the use of senses to gather and record information about stru…
51 terms
biology for science majors chapter 2,3
matter
element
compound
molecule
anything composed of atoms
A collection of atoms that all have the same number of protons.
A substance made up of atoms of two or more different element…
2 or more atoms held together by covalent bonds
matter
anything composed of atoms
element
A collection of atoms that all have the same number of protons.
Chapter 2: science of biology
observation
data
inference
generalization
using senses to gather information
recorded observations
logical conclusion based on observations
specific observations to reach a general conclusion
observation
using senses to gather information
data
recorded observations
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Chapter 2: The Science Of Biology
Observation
Data
Inference
Generalization
The use of senses to gather information about structures or p…
Recorded observations
A logical conclusion based on observations
When scientist put together many specific observations to rea…
Observation
The use of senses to gather information about structures or p…
Data
Recorded observations
6 terms
Science Chapter 2, Section 1
biosphere
ecosystem
ecology
population
Consists of all life on Earth and all parts of the Earth in w…
A biological community of interacting organisms and their phy…
Science dealing with the relation of living things to their e…
A group of individuals of the same species that live in the s…
biosphere
Consists of all life on Earth and all parts of the Earth in w…
ecosystem
A biological community of interacting organisms and their phy…
12 terms
Chapter 2 Science Biology
Photosynthesis
Autotroph
Heterotroph
Chlorophyll
The process by which a cell captures energy in sunlight and u…
an organism that makes its own food.
an organism that cannot make its own food
the main pigment for photosynthesis in chloroplast
Photosynthesis
The process by which a cell captures energy in sunlight and u…
Autotroph
an organism that makes its own food.
Glencoe Biology - Chapter 2: sections 1 and 2
abiotic factor
autotroph
biological community
biomass
any nonliving factor in an organism's environment.
organism that captures energy from sunlight or inorganic subs…
all the interacting populations in the same geographic locati…
total mass of living matter at each trophic level.
abiotic factor
any nonliving factor in an organism's environment.
autotroph
organism that captures energy from sunlight or inorganic subs…
Science Shepard Biology Chapter 2
Proton
Polar Bond
Octet Rule
Nucleus
A positively charged subatomic particle that is located in th…
A covalent bond resulting in electrons being slightly more at…
The property of chemical bonding that results in eight electr…
The center part of the atom that contains protons and neutrons
Proton
A positively charged subatomic particle that is located in th…
Polar Bond
A covalent bond resulting in electrons being slightly more at…
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Biology: Chapter 2 Section 1 & 2
atom
element
compound
ion
smallest basic unit of matter.
substance made of only one type of atom that cannot be broken…
substance made of atoms of different elements that are bonded…
atom that has gained or lost one or more electrons.
atom
smallest basic unit of matter.
element
substance made of only one type of atom that cannot be broken…
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Chapter 2- The science of Biology
Observation
Data
Inference
Generalization
Use of the senses together and record information about struc…
evidence or information gathered from observations
Logical conclusion based on observations
General conclusion
Observation
Use of the senses together and record information about struc…
Data
evidence or information gathered from observations
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Chapter 2: Biology as a Science
Control
Hypothesis
Magnification
Resolution
The setup in an experiment in which no factor is changed
A possible explanation for an observed set of facts
The ratio of the image size to the object size
The ability of a microscope to show two points that are close…
Control
The setup in an experiment in which no factor is changed
Hypothesis
A possible explanation for an observed set of facts
28 terms
Marine Biology Chapter 2- Earth Science
Habitat
Basalt
Continental drift
Pangaea
The natural environment where an organism lives
The dark-colored rock that forms the sea floor, or oceanic cr…
The movement of continental masses on the surface of the earth
The single large land mass, or supercontinent, that broke up…
Habitat
The natural environment where an organism lives
Basalt
The dark-colored rock that forms the sea floor, or oceanic cr…
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Biology chapter 2-2
Life depends on what?
cohesion
hydrogen bond
adhesion
hydrogen bonds in water
the attraction among molecules of a substance
attraction between a slightly positive hydrogen atom and a sl…
the attraction among molecules of different substances
Life depends on what?
hydrogen bonds in water
cohesion
the attraction among molecules of a substance
Fund Biology/ Science Chapter 2 Section 3 and 4.
How many does Carbon valence electrons?
No other elements have?
Polymerization
Polymers
Four.
Carbon's versatility.
Made of thousands of smaller molecules formed by the process…
Monomers (small molecules/single molecules) join to it.
How many does Carbon valence electrons?
Four.
No other elements have?
Carbon's versatility.
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Science 10 Biology Chapter 2
acid rain / precipitation
algae
aquatic
bioaccumulation
Precipitation (rain, snow, or fog) with a pH lower ( more aci…
Simple plants found in water, such as seaweed or pond scum
A plant that lives in or on water
The gradual build-up (accumulation) of synthetic and organic…
acid rain / precipitation
Precipitation (rain, snow, or fog) with a pH lower ( more aci…
algae
Simple plants found in water, such as seaweed or pond scum
Chapter 2 Section 2-Science
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)
Amino Acid
Carbohydrate
Dissolve
The main fuel that is used for cell activities
A chain of small molecules that makes up protein in a cell
A molecule in a cell that is made out of sugar and that is us…
To cause something to break up into small pieces
Adenosine Triphosphate (ATP)
The main fuel that is used for cell activities
Amino Acid
A chain of small molecules that makes up protein in a cell
14 terms
Biology - Chapter 2: "Biology as a Science"
Biology
Unicellular
Multicellular
Sexual Reproduction
The study of living things
An organism consisting of one cell
An organism consisting of more than one cell
Reproduction that requires two different individual cells to…
Biology
The study of living things
Unicellular
An organism consisting of one cell
Science Chapter 2 Section 3
Gems
Uses of Diamonds
Use of Rubies
Uses of Quartz
Highly prized minerals because they are rare and beautiful
Abrasive and cutting tools
Produce laser light
Electronics and time pieces
Gems
Highly prized minerals because they are rare and beautiful
Uses of Diamonds
Abrasive and cutting tools
10 terms
Chapter 2: The Science of Biology Glossary
Observation
Data
Inference
Hypothesis
the use of the senses to gather and record information about…
Recorded Observations
A logical conclusion based on observation
is a suggested answer to a well-defined scientific question
Observation
the use of the senses to gather and record information about…
Data
Recorded Observations
17 terms
Chapter 2: The Science of Biology
biology
discovery science
observation
data
the scientific study of life
emphasizes inquiry and observation
using the senses to gather information
recorded observations
biology
the scientific study of life
discovery science
emphasizes inquiry and observation
Science Chapter 2 Section 1
Naturally Occuring
Organic
2 ways crystals are formed
Magma
Found in nature
Not alive, has never been alive
Magma & Solutions of salt
Hot melted rock
Naturally Occuring
Found in nature
Organic
Not alive, has never been alive
Science Chapter 2 Section 2
Hardness
MOHs Scale
Luster
Specific Gravity
How easily a material can be scratched
A scale of the hardness of 10 minerals
The way a mineral reflects light
A ratio of the mineral's weight compared to an equal volume o…
Hardness
How easily a material can be scratched
MOHs Scale
A scale of the hardness of 10 minerals
Science Section 2 Chapter 2
Weathering
Erosion
Uniformitarianism
Mechanical weathering
Process that breaks down rock and substances on earth's surfa…
Transportation of sediment by wind , water, ice, Gravity
Principle stating same processes from long ago are the same t…
Weathering in which rock is physically broken
Weathering
Process that breaks down rock and substances on earth's surfa…
Erosion
Transportation of sediment by wind , water, ice, Gravity
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science chapter 2 biology terms
Organism
Energy
Stimulus
offspring
any living thing
the ability to do work and cause change
a change in the enviroment that causes a response
a new organism produced by a living thing
Organism
any living thing
Energy
the ability to do work and cause change
Biology- Chapter 2: Section 1
Atom
Nucleus
Electron
Element
the basic unit of matter
the center of an atom, which contains the protons and neutrons
a negatively charged particle
a pure substance that consists entirely of one type of atom
Atom
the basic unit of matter
Nucleus
the center of an atom, which contains the protons and neutrons
30 terms
Biology Science Chapter 2
What are the 3 Particles in an atom
What do valence electrons do
What makes carbon special/ unique
What are the function of proteins
Protons,neutrons and electrons
Produce Covalent bonds
Have 4 covalent bonds, it can bond with many elements, most l…
They control rate of reaction and regulate cell processes, he…
What are the 3 Particles in an atom
Protons,neutrons and electrons
What do valence electrons do
Produce Covalent bonds
53 terms
Science 10 Chapter 2 Biology
The first biotic organism that uses th…
The second biotic organism that utiliz…
Definition of Producer
Definition of Consumer
Producers
Consumers
Organisms that make their own food with Photosynthesis
Organism that are not able to produce their own food
The first biotic organism that uses th…
Producers
The second biotic organism that utiliz…
Consumers
Chapter 2: The Science of Biology
Observation
Data
Inference
Generalization
The Use of Senses.
Recorded Observations.
A Logical Conclusion based on Observation.
The process of taking many specific observations and combinin…
Observation
The Use of Senses.
Data
Recorded Observations.
24 terms
Science Biology Chapter 2
what ate the 3 stages in a cell cycle
which stage of the cell cycle does the…
some features of cancer cells that mak…
why is mitosis important to eukaryotes
Interphase... mitosis... cytokinesis
Interphase
the daughter cells continue to divide uncontrollably
because it divides the nucleas
what ate the 3 stages in a cell cycle
Interphase... mitosis... cytokinesis
which stage of the cell cycle does the…
Interphase
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Science 7 Chapter 2 Section 1 & 2
pigments
heterotroph
autotroph
stomata
Colored chemical compounds that absorb light
An organism that cannot make its own food
An organism that makes its own food
Small openings on the undersides of the leaves
pigments
Colored chemical compounds that absorb light
heterotroph
An organism that cannot make its own food
50 terms
Science Chapter 2 Human Biology
Nutrient
Food
Carbohydrates
Fats
The substances in the food that provide the raw materials and…
Provides body with material for repairing and growing tissue.…
Provides raw material to make cell and provides energy
Concentrated source of energy, cushions and protects organs,…
Nutrient
The substances in the food that provide the raw materials and…
Food
Provides body with material for repairing and growing tissue.…
32 terms
Science Chapter 2 Vocabulary - Biology
cell theory
prokaryote
eukaryote
organelle
a theory that all living things are made up of one or more ce…
a cell that does not contain a nucleus or other membrane -bou…
a cell that contains a nucleus and other organelles, each sur…
a cell structure that performs a specific function for the cell
cell theory
a theory that all living things are made up of one or more ce…
prokaryote
a cell that does not contain a nucleus or other membrane -bou…
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Biology Chapter 2 Glencoe Science
Ecology
Biosphere
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
Is the scientific discipline in which the relationship among…
Is the portion of earth that supports life
The living factors in an organism environment
The non-living factors in and organisms environment
Ecology
Is the scientific discipline in which the relationship among…
Biosphere
Is the portion of earth that supports life
22 terms
Science chapter 2 Human biology
Nutrient
What is importance of food?
2 types of carbohydrates
Simple carbs
They provide raw materials and energy in your body
Make you have energy, live healthy and grow repairing tissues
Simple and complex
1. Example is sugar... 2. Body breaks down into glucose... 3. Able…
Nutrient
They provide raw materials and energy in your body
What is importance of food?
Make you have energy, live healthy and grow repairing tissues
25 terms
Glencoe Science Biology: Chapter 2
Ecology
Biosphere
Biotic Factors
Abiotic Factors
the scientific discipline in which the relationships among li…
portion of the earth that supports life
the living factors in an organism's environment
the nonliving factors in an organism's environment
Ecology
the scientific discipline in which the relationships among li…
Biosphere
portion of the earth that supports life
22 terms
Chapter 2 Biology Glenco Science
Population
Community
Producer
Consumer
A group of the same species that occupy the same geographic s…
A group of interacting populations, occupying the same area
an autotroph (plant) which uses photosynthesis to make food,…
an organism thats gets it food from feeding off other organis…
Population
A group of the same species that occupy the same geographic s…
Community
A group of interacting populations, occupying the same area
Science section 1 chapter 2
Producer
Herbivore
Omnivore
Decomposer
An organism that can make its own food.
An organism that eats only plants
An organism that eats both plants and animals
An organism that breaks down wastes and dead organisms
Producer
An organism that can make its own food.
Herbivore
An organism that eats only plants
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