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Chapter 5 of Inside the Restless Earth on Earthquakes
Active tendon system
Base isolator
Continental collision zone
Deformation
Located at the bottom of a building, this system shifts large…
Made from layers of rubber, lead and steel, they absorb seism…
A convergent plate boundary where continents are colliding to…
The change in the shape of rock in response to stress.
Active tendon system
Located at the bottom of a building, this system shifts large…
Base isolator
Made from layers of rubber, lead and steel, they absorb seism…
Biology Life on Earth chapter 5
active transport
aquaporin
concentration
concentration gradient
the movement of material across a membrane through the use of…
a channel protein in the plasma membrane or a cell that is se…
the number of particles of a dissolved substance in a given u…
the difference in concentration of a substance between two pa…
active transport
the movement of material across a membrane through the use of…
aquaporin
a channel protein in the plasma membrane or a cell that is se…
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Life on Earth Chapter 5
cell
Hooke
Cell theory
Prokaryotic
Basic unit of life
examined cork, came up with the name "cell"
All organisms are made of cells, basic unit of structure and…
cells that have NO internal membrane-bound organelles, make u…
cell
Basic unit of life
Hooke
examined cork, came up with the name "cell"
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Life On Earth - Chapter 5 (Membrane Structure and Function)
Active Transport
Aquaporin
Attachment Protein
Carrier Protein
The movement of materials across a membrane through the use o…
Specialized water channels. They allow water to cross membran…
Anchor the cell membrane in various ways.
A membrane protein that facilitates the diffusion of specific…
Active Transport
The movement of materials across a membrane through the use o…
Aquaporin
Specialized water channels. They allow water to cross membran…
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CPO Focus on Earth Science Chapter 5
Mass
Weight
Volume
Density
the amount of matter in an object
the measure of the pulling force of gravity on mass
the space that something takes up
the mass of an object divided by the object's volume
Mass
the amount of matter in an object
Weight
the measure of the pulling force of gravity on mass
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Chapter 5 Science Review on the Earth
plains
crust
fault
deposition
flattest kind of landform
solid rock that makes up the Earth's outer layer
a long, narrow crack in the crust of the Earth
the dropping off of weathered rock
plains
flattest kind of landform
crust
solid rock that makes up the Earth's outer layer
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Science Chapter 5 Fast Changes on Earth
gravity
landslide
flood
plates
the pulling force between two objects
the rapid, downhill movement of large amounts of rock, soil,…
the flow of water over the banks of a body of water and acros…
extremely large, moving slabs of rock that form the Earth's c…
gravity
the pulling force between two objects
landslide
the rapid, downhill movement of large amounts of rock, soil,…
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Slow Changes on Earth, Chapter 5
bay
delta
deposition
erosion
A body of water that is partly enclosed by land and has a wid…
A large mass of sediment deposited at the mouth of a river
The dropping of sediment moved by water, wind, and ice
The movement of rock material from one place to another
bay
A body of water that is partly enclosed by land and has a wid…
delta
A large mass of sediment deposited at the mouth of a river
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Handout: Chapter 5: Water on Earth
water
habitat
temperature & climate
fresh & salt
Living things, including animals & plants, need this to survi…
Water provides this for many organisms to live in.
Water helps maintain these two features of Earth, so that liv…
List the two main types of water on Earth.
water
Living things, including animals & plants, need this to survi…
habitat
Water provides this for many organisms to live in.
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Chapter 5 Science: Fast Changes on Earth
gravity
landslide
flood
mudslide
a pulling force that acts on all objects
a large amount of loose rock or soil moving rapidly
occurs when the side of a stream or river overflows
occurs when heavy rains soak the land on a slope and the land…
gravity
a pulling force that acts on all objects
landslide
a large amount of loose rock or soil moving rapidly
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Science Chapter 5 Fast Changes on Earth Vocabulary
landslide
flood
mudslide
plate
the quick downhill movement of loose rocks and soil
large amount if water overflowing the sides of a river
water soaked land that slides down a hill
a large, moving piece of the earth's crust
landslide
the quick downhill movement of loose rocks and soil
flood
large amount if water overflowing the sides of a river
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Chapter 5 - Fast Changes on Earth
landslide
crater
flood
plates
When a large amount of loose rock and soil move rapidly.
A cuplike shape that forms around the vent of a volcano.
When water runs on top of the land, causing streams and river…
Gigantic slabs of rock in Earth's crust that are always moving.
landslide
When a large amount of loose rock and soil move rapidly.
crater
A cuplike shape that forms around the vent of a volcano.
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Chapter 5: Fast Changes on Earth
Landslide
Flood
Mudslide
Plate
The quick downhill movement of loose rocks and soil.
Large amount of water over flowing the sides of a river.
Water-soaked land that slides down a hill.
A large, moving piece of the crust.
Landslide
The quick downhill movement of loose rocks and soil.
Flood
Large amount of water over flowing the sides of a river.
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Science Chapter 5 Fast Changes on Earth
gravity
landslide
flood
mudslide
a pulling force that acts on all objects
when a large amount of loose rock and soil moves rapidly
when the sides of a stream or river overflow
a river of mud and rock
gravity
a pulling force that acts on all objects
landslide
when a large amount of loose rock and soil moves rapidly
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Chapter 5 A history of Life on Earth
Ribozymes
RNA world
Endosymbiont theory
Cambrian explosion
RNA sequences that are capable of acting like a protein enzym…
A place where it is thought that the first steps in the origi…
A theory that mitochondria and chloroplasts are descendants f…
The appearance in the fossil record of many animal phyla, wit…
Ribozymes
RNA sequences that are capable of acting like a protein enzym…
RNA world
A place where it is thought that the first steps in the origi…
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Chapter 5 - Slow Changes on Earth
bay
delta
deposition
erosion
a body of water that is partly enclosed by land and has a wid…
a large mass of sediment deposited at the mouth of a river
the dropping of sediment moved by water, wind and ice
the movement of rock material from one place to another
bay
a body of water that is partly enclosed by land and has a wid…
delta
a large mass of sediment deposited at the mouth of a river
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California Science Chapter 5 Water on Earth
sea level
hydrosphere
rivers
salinity
the level of the surface of the ocean
All of the waters of the Earth
the oceans get salt from?
A measure of the amount of salt dissolved in water (saltiness).
sea level
the level of the surface of the ocean
hydrosphere
All of the waters of the Earth
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Chapter 5 Fast changes on earth
Landslide
Hot spot
Earthquake
Crater
The rapid downhill movement of large amouts of rock, soil, an…
A place where magma has partly melted through earths crust
A sudden shaking or trembling in earths crust
A cup-like shape in the earth
Landslide
The rapid downhill movement of large amouts of rock, soil, an…
Hot spot
A place where magma has partly melted through earths crust
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Life On Earth - Chapter 5 Vocabulary
Active Transport
Aquaporin
Carrier Protein
Channel Protein
The movement of materials across a membrane through the use o…
Specialized water channels. They allow water to cross membran…
A membrane protein that facilitates the diffusion of specific…
A membrane protein that forms a channel or pore completely th…
Active Transport
The movement of materials across a membrane through the use o…
Aquaporin
Specialized water channels. They allow water to cross membran…
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California Science Chapter 5 Water on Earth
sea level
hydrosphere
rivers
salinity
the level of the surface of the ocean
All of the waters of the Earth
the oceans get salt from?
A measure of the amount of salt dissolved in water (saltiness).
sea level
the level of the surface of the ocean
hydrosphere
All of the waters of the Earth
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5th Grade Science Water on Earth Chapter 5
sleet
sea level
precipitation
aquifer
frozen rain drops
top part of the ocean
water that falls from clouds; rain, hail, sleet, snow
ground water flows through soil and rocks
sleet
frozen rain drops
sea level
top part of the ocean
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Chapter 5: The Nature of Life on Earth
heredity
second law of thermodynamics
species
genus
the characteristics of an organism passed to it by its parent…
the law stating that, when left alone, the energy in a system…
a group of organisms that is genetically distinct from other…
the next most precise level of classification after species;…
heredity
the characteristics of an organism passed to it by its parent…
second law of thermodynamics
the law stating that, when left alone, the energy in a system…
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Earth Science Chapter 5 Review
Mechanical Weathering
Frost Wedging
Unloading
Root wedging
Forces that break apart rock and soil particles
Form of mechanical weathering that occurs primarily at mid la…
Exfoliation plates form from pressure being released from und…
Biological activity caused by continual pressure of a plant's…
Mechanical Weathering
Forces that break apart rock and soil particles
Frost Wedging
Form of mechanical weathering that occurs primarily at mid la…
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fast changes on earth Chapter 5 Science
crater
earthquakes
flood
faults
The cup like shape formed around the vent of a volcano.
Movements in the Earth's crust that are caused by a sudden sh…
When water overflows the sides of a stream or river.
Breaks or cracks in the Earth's crust where the plates come t…
crater
The cup like shape formed around the vent of a volcano.
earthquakes
Movements in the Earth's crust that are caused by a sudden sh…
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Holt Earth Science Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resource
Nonrenewable Resource
Recycling
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
Resources that cannot be easily or quickly replaced
Recovering valuable materials from waste -- reusing it in a n…
Natural Resource
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Renewable Resource
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
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Chapter 5: Fast Changes on Earth
gravity
landslide
flood
mudslide
a pulling force that acts on all objects
when a large amount of loose rock and soil move rapidly
when the sides of streams and rivers overflow
land that becomes too full of water and slides down a slope
gravity
a pulling force that acts on all objects
landslide
when a large amount of loose rock and soil move rapidly
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Life On Earth - Chapter 5 (Membrane Structure and Function)
Active Transport
Aquaporin
Attachment Protein
Carrier Protein
The movement of materials across a membrane through the use o…
Specialized water channels. They allow water to cross membran…
Anchor the cell membrane in various ways.
A membrane protein that facilitates the diffusion of specific…
Active Transport
The movement of materials across a membrane through the use o…
Aquaporin
Specialized water channels. They allow water to cross membran…
41 terms
Biology Life on Earth chapter 5
active transport
aquaporin
carrier protein
channel protein
the movement of material across a membrane through the use of…
a channel protein in the plasma membrane or a cell that is se…
a membrane protein that facilitates the diffusion of specific…
a membrane protein that forms a channel or pore completely th…
active transport
the movement of material across a membrane through the use of…
aquaporin
a channel protein in the plasma membrane or a cell that is se…
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Salim Chapter 5 Water on Earth
Where does the energy for the water cy…
Which type of cloud extends from low t…
How can we extend a water supply?
What causes clouds to form?
Sun
Thunderhead
Recycle water
Rising air
Where does the energy for the water cy…
Sun
Which type of cloud extends from low t…
Thunderhead
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Earth Science (Chapter 5)
Plate
Fault
Earthquake
Lava
a large section of earth's crust and outer mantle that slowly…
a crack in the Earth's crust where slabs of rock can slip pas…
the shaking of the ground usually caused by movement of earth…
melted rock that flows from a volcano onto earth's surface
Plate
a large section of earth's crust and outer mantle that slowly…
Fault
a crack in the Earth's crust where slabs of rock can slip pas…
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Chapter 5 Earth Changes
Earthquake
Lava
Core
Weathering
The sudden movement of rocks in Earth's crust
Melted rock that flows out of a volcano
The deepest, hottest layer of Earth, located at its center
Slow process of breaking down rocks into smaller pieces
Earthquake
The sudden movement of rocks in Earth's crust
Lava
Melted rock that flows out of a volcano
Water on Earth unit B Chapter 5
Condensation
Water Vapor
Evaporation
Humidity
The change of state of water from a gas to a liquid
Water in the form of gas
The changing state of water from liquid to gas
The amount of water vapor in the air at any given time
Condensation
The change of state of water from a gas to a liquid
Water Vapor
Water in the form of gas
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Earth-Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resource
Non-renewable Resource
Recycling
Any natural substance, organism, or energy form that living t…
A natural resource that can be replaced at the same rate at w…
A resource that can't be replaced or can be replaced only ove…
Convert waste into reusable material.
Natural Resource
Any natural substance, organism, or energy form that living t…
Renewable Resource
A natural resource that can be replaced at the same rate at w…
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Holt Earth Science Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resource
Nonrenewable Resource
Recycling
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
Resources that cannot be easily or quickly replaced
Recovering valuable materials from waste -- reusing it in a n…
Natural Resource
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Renewable Resource
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
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Mr. Kendall Earth Science Chapter 5
Nonrenewable Energy Resource
Renewable Energy Resource
Fossil Fuel
Coal
A resource that takes a long time to remake/replace
A resource that can be replaced in a short amount of time
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
A rock that contains at least 50% land plant remains - nonren…
Nonrenewable Energy Resource
A resource that takes a long time to remake/replace
Renewable Energy Resource
A resource that can be replaced in a short amount of time
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Tarbuck Earth Science Chapter 5
hydrologic cycle
infiltration
runoff
transpiration
The cycle through which water in the hydrosphere moves; inclu…
Movement (seeping) of water from the surface of the Earth dow…
Movement of excess water (after infiltration) across the surf…
the process by which plants release water to the atmosphere
hydrologic cycle
The cycle through which water in the hydrosphere moves; inclu…
infiltration
Movement (seeping) of water from the surface of the Earth dow…
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Holt Earth Science Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resource
Nonrenewable Resource
Recycling
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
Resources that cannot be easily or quickly replaced
Recovering valuable materials from waste -- reusing it in a n…
Natural Resource
Material from nature that humans use to make energy
Renewable Resource
Natural resource that can be replaced quickly
37 terms
California Science Chapter 5 Water on Earth
sea level
hydrosphere
rivers
salinity
the level of the surface of the ocean
All of the waters of the Earth
the oceans get salt from?
A measure of the amount of salt dissolved in water (saltiness).
sea level
the level of the surface of the ocean
hydrosphere
All of the waters of the Earth
12 terms
Fast Changes on Earth - Ch 5
landslide
flood
mudslide
plate
the quick, downhill movement of loose rocks and soil
large amount of water overflowing the sides of a river
water-soaked land that slides down a hill
a large, moving piece of the crust
landslide
the quick, downhill movement of loose rocks and soil
flood
large amount of water overflowing the sides of a river
58 terms
Chapter 5 Earth Science
A rocket launching is an example of Ne…
A(n) ____________________ is a push or…
Mike has a mass of 60 kg. He pulls on…
Forces that change an object's motion…
third
force
20 N
contact
A rocket launching is an example of Ne…
third
A(n) ____________________ is a push or…
force
24 terms
Chapter 5 - Glencoe Earth Science
Lava
Igneous Rocks
Partial Melting
Bowen's Reaction Series
Magma that flows out onto Earth's surface
Cooled and crystallized lava or magma
The process whereby some minerals cool at relatively low temp…
Sequential, predictable, duel branched pattern in which miner…
Lava
Magma that flows out onto Earth's surface
Igneous Rocks
Cooled and crystallized lava or magma
19 terms
Earth Science-Chapter 5
Natural Resource
Renewable Resources
Non-renewable Resources
Recycling
Materials found in nature that are used by living things
Materials from the environment that people use that can be re…
A resource that cannot be reused or replaced easily (ex. gems…
Convert waste into reusable material.
Natural Resource
Materials found in nature that are used by living things
Renewable Resources
Materials from the environment that people use that can be re…
15 terms
Science, Chapter 5; Earth Changes
continent
core
crust
flood
A great area of land on Earth.
Earth's deepest and hottest layer.
Earth's outermost layer.
Water flowing over land that is usually dry.
continent
A great area of land on Earth.
core
Earth's deepest and hottest layer.
19 terms
Earth Science Chapter 5: Weathering, Soil, and Mass Movements
Mechanical weathering
Frost wedging
Talus
Exfoliation
the physical disintegration of rock, resulting in smaller fra…
the mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
an accumulation of rock debris at the base of a cliff
type of weathering caused by reducing pressure on a rock surf…
Mechanical weathering
the physical disintegration of rock, resulting in smaller fra…
Frost wedging
the mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
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California Focus on Earth Science Chapter 5 Earthquakes
stress
tension
compression
shearing
a force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
stress that stretches rock so that it becomes thinner in the…
stress that squeezes rock until it folds or breaks
stress that pushes a mass of rock in two opposite directions
stress
a force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
tension
stress that stretches rock so that it becomes thinner in the…
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Earth science chapter 5 vocabulary
fossil fuel
coal
oil
natural gas
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
Come together, unite, fuse together
A liquid fossil fuel formed from marine organisms that is bur…
A fossil fuel in the gaseous state
fossil fuel
Coal, oil, natural gas, and other fuels that are ancient rema…
coal
Come together, unite, fuse together
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Glencoe: Focus on Earth Science: Chapter 5: Lesson 1
fracture
fault
divergent plate boundary
continental rifting
a break or crack in a rock
when the rocks on one side of a fracture have moved relative…
when two lithospheric plates are moving, or pulling apart
the process that pulls a continent apart
fracture
a break or crack in a rock
fault
when the rocks on one side of a fracture have moved relative…
19 terms
Earth Science Chapter 5
mechanical weathering
frost wedging
talus
exfoliation
The type of weathering in which rock is physically broken int…
The mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
An accumulation of rock debris at the base of a cliff
A mechanical weathering process which removes protuding overl…
mechanical weathering
The type of weathering in which rock is physically broken int…
frost wedging
The mechanical breakup of rock caused by the expansion of fre…
27 terms
California Focus on Earth Science Chapter 5 Earthquakes
stress
tension
compression
shearing
a force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
stress that stretches rock so that it becomes thinner in the…
stress that squeezes rock until it folds or breaks
stress that pushes a mass of rock in two opposite directions
stress
a force that acts on rock to change its shape or volume
tension
stress that stretches rock so that it becomes thinner in the…
22 terms
BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
planet
ellipse
focus
perihelion
a large object orbiting a star that doesn't produce light of…
a flattened circle
point used to define an ellipse (two are used); the closer th…
when a planet is at its closest to the sun
planet
a large object orbiting a star that doesn't produce light of…
ellipse
a flattened circle
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