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Process Skills/Science By Design
Scientific Method
Scientific Method-Step 1: State the Qu…
Scientific Method-Step 2: Collect Info…
Observation
Steps that are followed during an investigation to make sure…
Describe what you want to know in question form.
Do research needed for the question. Use prior knowledge or r…
Information drawn from using your 5 senses
Scientific Method
Steps that are followed during an investigation to make sure…
Scientific Method-Step 1: State the Qu…
Describe what you want to know in question form.
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Experimental Design & Nature of Science
Independent Variable
Dependent Variable
Constant
Control
Things you change intentionally in order to do your tests
What is being measured (data or results)
Thing(s) you keep the same each time you do the experiment
Standard (benchmark) against which you compare results of the…
Independent Variable
Things you change intentionally in order to do your tests
Dependent Variable
What is being measured (data or results)
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Science by Design
Independent Variable
Dependent Variable
Constant Variables
Data
The variable in an experiment that you change. You can one ha…
The variable that you can observe or measure. It is the resul…
The variables you keep exactly the same in each trial. They n…
the information observed during the experiment trials. ... For e…
Independent Variable
The variable in an experiment that you change. You can one ha…
Dependent Variable
The variable that you can observe or measure. It is the resul…
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Science Motion and Design
Aristotle
blueprint
design
dynamics
believed that an object can move only if it is pushed by a fo…
drawing of a detailed plan
a plan or drawing to show the function or look of an object b…
the science of forces and motion; a branch of physics
Aristotle
believed that an object can move only if it is pushed by a fo…
blueprint
drawing of a detailed plan
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By Design Science Grade 6 chapter 4.4
Syapse.
Neurotransmitters.
Cerebrum @ Cerebellum @ Brain stem.
main pathway
Neuron axon to the dendrites of another is.
The axon produces chemicals called.
Your brain has 3 main parts the parts are.
The spinal cord is the
Syapse.
Neuron axon to the dendrites of another is.
Neurotransmitters.
The axon produces chemicals called.
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 13.2
Current electricity
Direct current
Alternating crrent
Voltage
The flow of electrons.
The current used in batteries,which flows in one direction.
A current that changes direction because it is produced at a…
The pressure of an electric current.
Current electricity
The flow of electrons.
Direct current
The current used in batteries,which flows in one direction.
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By Design Science Grade 5 Ch 1.3
Mitosis
Chromosomes
Cytokinesis
Meiosis
Describes how body cells grow and reproduce. Two daughter cel…
Contains the body's DNA
The dividing of the cytoplasm of the cell, with produces two…
The process of cell division to create four daughter cells, w…
Mitosis
Describes how body cells grow and reproduce. Two daughter cel…
Chromosomes
Contains the body's DNA
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By Design Science Grade 5 Ch 1.1
Cell
Bacteria
Stem cell
Organisms
The basic unit that makes up all living things.
A domain of unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus.
A regenerating cell found in tissues throughout the body.
Living things
Cell
The basic unit that makes up all living things.
Bacteria
A domain of unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus.
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 13.3
Batteries
electrolytic cell
electrodes
electrolyte
are a portable source of electrical energy stored in chemical…
Is a device that converts chemical energy to electrical energy.
two different metals or a metal and some carbon called electr…
these two electrodes are separated by the electrolyte,which i…
Batteries
are a portable source of electrical energy stored in chemical…
electrolytic cell
Is a device that converts chemical energy to electrical energy.
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By Design Science Grade 5 Chapter 4.1
Niche
Producer
Consumer
Herbivore
An organisms role or job in the ecosystem it live in.
A living thing that makes it's own food.
Living things that get their energy from eating other living…
Primary consumers that eat only producers (mostly plants), su…
Niche
An organisms role or job in the ecosystem it live in.
Producer
A living thing that makes it's own food.
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By Design Science Grade 5 Ch 1.2
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Mitochondria
DNA
Controls what enters and leaves the cell.
Watery substance inside the cell.
One type of cell organelle that uses oxygen to release energy…
Molecule that controls the activity of the cell. It is found…
Cell membrane
Controls what enters and leaves the cell.
Cytoplasm
Watery substance inside the cell.
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 9.3
Valley
Floodplain
Oxbow lake
Delta
The valley of a young river is very steep and is shaped like…
Is a flat area that forms on either side of the river's chann…
When a meander becomes totally cut off from the rest of the r…
A fan-shaped deposit formed as rivers or streams empty into l…
Valley
The valley of a young river is very steep and is shaped like…
Floodplain
Is a flat area that forms on either side of the river's chann…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 9.1
Chemical weathering.
Mechanical weathering.
Climate.
vegetation.
The break down of rocks.
Also called physical weathering.
Rocks in warm,wet climate
Rocks with many plants.
Chemical weathering.
The break down of rocks.
Mechanical weathering.
Also called physical weathering.
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Science By Design Grade 6 Chapter 2.4
How Do Plant Cells Make Food?
What Is Cell Respiration?
How are Photosynthesis and Cell Respir…
Gylosis
It uses the energy in the sun's rays.
Cell Respiration is the chemical energy stored during photosy…
Both plants and animals cells use the oxygen that plants give…
It is a process that breaks down glucose molecules.
How Do Plant Cells Make Food?
It uses the energy in the sun's rays.
What Is Cell Respiration?
Cell Respiration is the chemical energy stored during photosy…
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Science By Design Grade 6 Chapter 4.1
Loose Tissue
Dense Tissue
Supportive Tissue
Fluid Tissue
Small fibers found under the skin, where fat is stored.
Large fibers for strength, found along tendons, ligaments, an…
Strong tissue that supports, found in bone and cartilage.
Moves dissolved materials throughout the body, helps your imm…
Loose Tissue
Small fibers found under the skin, where fat is stored.
Dense Tissue
Large fibers for strength, found along tendons, ligaments, an…
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By Design Science Grade 5 Chapter 1.1
Cell
What do plant cells have, that animal…
Bacteria
What do both plant and animal cells ha…
The basic unit that makes up all living things.
Cell wall, chloroplasts, and large vacuoles for storing water.
A domain of unicellular organisms that lack a nucleus.
Nucleus, cell membranes, cytoplasm, and endoplasmic reticulum.
Cell
The basic unit that makes up all living things.
What do plant cells have, that animal…
Cell wall, chloroplasts, and large vacuoles for storing water.
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By Design Science 8th Grade Ch 8
Cyanobacteria
Particulate Matter
Altitude
Exosphere
Photosynthetic organisms that produce oxygen. The big bang th…
Small solids in the atmosphere including dust, ash, pollen, a…
The height above sea level.
Layer fades into space, very few gas molecules to trap energy…
Cyanobacteria
Photosynthetic organisms that produce oxygen. The big bang th…
Particulate Matter
Small solids in the atmosphere including dust, ash, pollen, a…
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By Design Science Grade 6 Chapter 5.1
outer covering
compact bone
spongy bone
marrow
This contains blood vessels that carry nutrients and waste to…
This hard thick layer is what you see when you look at a skel…
A soft layer filled with cavities that gives flexibility to t…
Hollow space or cavity deep in side bone where the red, white…
outer covering
This contains blood vessels that carry nutrients and waste to…
compact bone
This hard thick layer is what you see when you look at a skel…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 8.3
Foot wall
Hang wall
Reverse fault
Normal fault
The rock below the fault is called the foot wall.
The rock above the fault is called the hang wall.
The compression force causes the hanging wall to get pushed u…
Tension force or pulling force causes the hanging wall to fal…
Foot wall
The rock below the fault is called the foot wall.
Hang wall
The rock above the fault is called the hang wall.
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By Design Science Grade 6 Chapter 4.3
What are the three main layers of skin?
epidermis
dermis
What is keratin?
The epidermis, dermis, and the fat layer.
The skin's thin outer layer.
The skin's inner layer of loose and dense connective tissue.
It is made from a special protein and makes up the outer laye…
What are the three main layers of skin?
The epidermis, dermis, and the fat layer.
epidermis
The skin's thin outer layer.
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Science By Design Grade 6 Chapter 5.2
What is a Tendon?
Skeletal Muscle
Smooth Muscle
What is Cardiac Muscle
They are tough bands of tissue that fasten your muscles to yo…
It is muscle controlled by voluntary motion. It is made of bu…
This is muscle that has involuntary motion (we don't think ab…
Moves muscle with involuntary motion, found only in the heart…
What is a Tendon?
They are tough bands of tissue that fasten your muscles to yo…
Skeletal Muscle
It is muscle controlled by voluntary motion. It is made of bu…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 11.1
What are physical properties?
Intensive physical properties
Extensive physical properties
Name five (5) examples of intensive ph…
Physical properties are properties that can be observed or me…
Properties that don't depend on the amount of matter present.
Properties that depend on the amount of matter present.
Five (5) intensive physical properties are color, density, lu…
What are physical properties?
Physical properties are properties that can be observed or me…
Intensive physical properties
Properties that don't depend on the amount of matter present.
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By Design Science Level 5 Chapter 4.2
Food chain
Chemosynthesis
Food web
Phytoplankton
Energy going from grass to grasshopper to frog to raccoon. Th…
When energy is transmitted through sources other than the sun…
A group of connected food chains in an ecosystem. At least on…
Free floating plantlike organisms. They are one of the most n…
Food chain
Energy going from grass to grasshopper to frog to raccoon. Th…
Chemosynthesis
When energy is transmitted through sources other than the sun…
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By Design Science 6th Grade Ch 8
Core
Mantle
Crust
Lithosphere
The inner layer of the earth made of a solid inner core and a…
A very thick layer of mostly solid rock made of oxygen, silic…
The surface of Earth composed of oxygen, silicon, and aluminum.
The Earth's upper mantle together with the crust from 0 to 60…
Core
The inner layer of the earth made of a solid inner core and a…
Mantle
A very thick layer of mostly solid rock made of oxygen, silic…
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Design Science Final
Sustainability
Building Code
Bearing Wall
Non-bearing Wall/Partition
Building to meet the needs of the present generation without…
A set of rules that specify the minimum standards for constru…
A wall that bears the weight of the house above said wall, re…
A curtain wall provides no significant structural support bey…
Sustainability
Building to meet the needs of the present generation without…
Building Code
A set of rules that specify the minimum standards for constru…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 13.5
Electronics
Transistor
Microchip
Binary code
Electronics are objects like tv's, computers, and, radios. Th…
A small sandwich of two different types of semiconductors.
Tiny circuits found in electronics.
A series of 1's and 0's.
Electronics
Electronics are objects like tv's, computers, and, radios. Th…
Transistor
A small sandwich of two different types of semiconductors.
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By Design Science Grade 5 Chapter 1.2
Cell membrane
Cytoplasm
Mitochondria
DNA
Controls what enters and leaves the cell.
Watery substance inside the cell.
One type of cell organelle that uses oxygen to release energy…
Molecule that controls the activity of the cell. It is found…
Cell membrane
Controls what enters and leaves the cell.
Cytoplasm
Watery substance inside the cell.
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 14.4
Hydroelectricity
Solar Panels
Geothermal Energy
Electric Power
It is electricity that is produced by moving water produced b…
They are solar cells that are joined together.
Thermal energy from within Earth generates steam that turns l…
Electric power is the amount of electrical energy used during…
Hydroelectricity
It is electricity that is produced by moving water produced b…
Solar Panels
They are solar cells that are joined together.
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Order and Design Science Chapter 2
Botanists
Christian Konrad Sprengel
Pistil
Stigma
People who study plants
A Christian naturalist
A vase shaped structure at the top of the flower
The sticky top of the pistil
Botanists
People who study plants
Christian Konrad Sprengel
A Christian naturalist
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 14.1
Permanet magnets
Temporary magnets
Each magnet has a _______ pole and ___…
Magnetic field
A magnet that keeps its magnetic properties for a long time.
There made of metal like iron and form from rubbing magnets a…
North pole... South pole.
Invisible area of magnetism all around a magnet.
Permanet magnets
A magnet that keeps its magnetic properties for a long time.
Temporary magnets
There made of metal like iron and form from rubbing magnets a…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 11.3
Chemical properties
Examples of chemical properties
What are some sign of chemical reactio…
Reactivity
The ability of a substance to change into new forms of matter.
Flammability, reaction with oxygen, and reactions with acids…
Change in energy, change in smell, change in color, formation…
The ability of matter to under go chemical reactions.
Chemical properties
The ability of a substance to change into new forms of matter.
Examples of chemical properties
Flammability, reaction with oxygen, and reactions with acids…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 13.4
Define Load.
Define closed circuit.
Define open circuit.
Define series circuit.
The part of the electric pathway in an electric circuit that…
An electric circuit in which electrons can flow from one pole…
An electric circuit with an open switch so there is a break i…
An electric circuit where the current flows in a single path.
Define Load.
The part of the electric pathway in an electric circuit that…
Define closed circuit.
An electric circuit in which electrons can flow from one pole…
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By Design Science Grade 6 Chapter 2.1
Who was Anton van Leeuwenhoek?
Matthias Schleiden
Theodor Schwann
Rudolf Virchow
The first person to study living cells.
A German botanist.
A German zoologist
A German pathologist
Who was Anton van Leeuwenhoek?
The first person to study living cells.
Matthias Schleiden
A German botanist.
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By Design Science 8th Grade Ch 7
Refusal Skills
Support Network
Role Model
Federal Drug Administration
Strategies that can help you resist negative peer pressure
Someone who shares your values and you can turn to in a time…
Someone you look up to and immitate
Government agency that ensures all food sold in the USA are s…
Refusal Skills
Strategies that can help you resist negative peer pressure
Support Network
Someone who shares your values and you can turn to in a time…
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By Design Science Level 5 Chapter 4.3
Symbiosis
Mutualism
Commensalism
Parasitism
A close relationship between two or more living things of a d…
A relationship between two living things of different species…
A relationship between two living things of different species…
A relationship between two living things of different species…
Symbiosis
A close relationship between two or more living things of a d…
Mutualism
A relationship between two living things of different species…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 11.4
What are three signs that a chemical r…
Synthesis
Decomposition
Combustion
Change in color, change in odor, and production of a gas.
When two substances combine to make a new substance.
When a complex substance breaks down to form two separate sub…
Occurs when oxygen combines with another compound to form wat…
What are three signs that a chemical r…
Change in color, change in odor, and production of a gas.
Synthesis
When two substances combine to make a new substance.
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 8.1
What are the Earths layers?
Mantle
What is the inner core?
What is the outer core?
The Earths layers are the crust, mantle, outer core, and the…
The mantle is the second, and thickest layer of the... Earth. It…
The inner core is solid by massive pressure.
The outer core is liquid with intense heat and pressure insid…
What are the Earths layers?
The Earths layers are the crust, mantle, outer core, and the…
Mantle
The mantle is the second, and thickest layer of the... Earth. It…
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Science By Design Grade 6 Chapter 7.1
Mineral
What does a mineral's structure depend…
Carbon and diamonds are both only made…
What are properties of minerals that c…
A solid, inorganic, natural material, that has the same compo…
The atoms that make up the mineral, and how the atoms combine.
The atoms are arranged in a different structure.
Color, luster, streak, hardness, cleavage, fracture, and othe…
Mineral
A solid, inorganic, natural material, that has the same compo…
What does a mineral's structure depend…
The atoms that make up the mineral, and how the atoms combine.
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Science By Design Grade 6 Chapter 7.2
Igneous Rocks
Intrusive Rocks
Extrusive Rocks
Sedimentary Rocks
They form when molten rock cools and hardens. It can be intru…
Igneous rocks formed from the cooling of molten rock below th…
Igneous rock formed from lava that reaches the Earth's surfac…
They form when pieces of existing rocks,called sediment,are c…
Igneous Rocks
They form when molten rock cools and hardens. It can be intru…
Intrusive Rocks
Igneous rocks formed from the cooling of molten rock below th…
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Science By Design Grade 6 Chapter 5.3
Circulatory System
Red Blood Cells
Platelets
Hemoglobin
It consists of blood , the heart , and a network of blood ves…
Or erythrocytes are large microscopic cells without nuclei th…
Are small colorless bodies that release coagulating chemicals…
This gas transporting molecule give blood its color and makes…
Circulatory System
It consists of blood , the heart , and a network of blood ves…
Red Blood Cells
Or erythrocytes are large microscopic cells without nuclei th…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 11.2
What is a physical change?
What is sublimation?
What are three states can form in all…
What happens when you freeze water, cr…
It is where their is a change in the physical properties of s…
It is where sometimes a solid turns directly into a gas.
Solids, liquids, and gasses.
They lose energy since the particles slow down and because th…
What is a physical change?
It is where their is a change in the physical properties of s…
What is sublimation?
It is where sometimes a solid turns directly into a gas.
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 13.1
what is electrostatic discharge ?
what is lightning?
what does many industries use ?
what happens when object that are char…
electrostatic discharge is the sudden realease if static elec…
lightning bolts occur because of a difference in charge betwe…
they use static electricity to help control pollution .
the charged objects exert forces on each other .
what is electrostatic discharge ?
electrostatic discharge is the sudden realease if static elec…
what is lightning?
lightning bolts occur because of a difference in charge betwe…
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By Design Science Grade 6 Chapter 2.3
Nucleus
Endoplasmic Reticulum
Golgi Apparatus
Vacuole
It is the organelle that controls all the activities and here…
It is the largest organelle. It is a network of tube-like cha…
It is the organelle that packages the materials for the endop…
It is a fluid-filled storage container.Some store water, othe…
Nucleus
It is the organelle that controls all the activities and here…
Endoplasmic Reticulum
It is the largest organelle. It is a network of tube-like cha…
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By Design Science Grade 6 Chapter 5.4
What does the respiratory system enabl…
How does the trachea/windpipe protect…
Alveoli
Pharynx
The respiratory system enables you to breathe in and exhale a…
The trachea is lined with cilia which traps dirt and foreign…
At the end of each bronchiole lie small air sacs called alveo…
The pharynx is connected to trachea, also known as the windpi…
What does the respiratory system enabl…
The respiratory system enables you to breathe in and exhale a…
How does the trachea/windpipe protect…
The trachea is lined with cilia which traps dirt and foreign…
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 8.2
continental drift
seafloor spreading
Theory of plate tectonics
divergent boundary
The concept that Earth's continents have slowly drifted by mo…
A process by which new ocean crust is formed. As new crust fo…
This theory states that Earth's lithoshphere is broken into l…
A type of plate boundary at which plates separate, creating r…
continental drift
The concept that Earth's continents have slowly drifted by mo…
seafloor spreading
A process by which new ocean crust is formed. As new crust fo…
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Science Motion and Design
Aristotle
blueprint
design
dynamics
believed that an object can move only if it is pushed by a fo…
drawing of a detailed plan
a plan or drawing to show the function or look of an object b…
the science of forces and motion; a branch of physics
Aristotle
believed that an object can move only if it is pushed by a fo…
blueprint
drawing of a detailed plan
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Science by Design Grade 6 Chapter 9.2
What is soil?
What is humus, and what does it do?
What are the six factors that control…
What are soil horizons?
Soil is materials that are eventually mixed with air, water,…
Humus is decayed organic matter, and it breaks down materials…
The six factors that control weathering and soil development…
Soil horizons are distinct soil layers.
What is soil?
Soil is materials that are eventually mixed with air, water,…
What is humus, and what does it do?
Humus is decayed organic matter, and it breaks down materials…
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Science by Design Level 5 Chapter 2.4
Metabolism
Birds
Contour Feathers
Down Feathers
The combined chemical activity of the cell. Birds and mammals…
1. Feathers... 2. Wings... 3. Air sacs... 4. Lack teeth... 5. Lay eggs... 6.…
Smooth feathers that cover the head, body, and wings
Soft and fluffy; hold in body heat for warmth. They are under…
Metabolism
The combined chemical activity of the cell. Birds and mammals…
Birds
1. Feathers... 2. Wings... 3. Air sacs... 4. Lack teeth... 5. Lay eggs... 6.…
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Science: Order and Design Ch 1
purpose of science
biology
biologist
organisms
carefully observing nature, discovering the laws of creation,…
the study of living things
scientists who study living things
living things
purpose of science
carefully observing nature, discovering the laws of creation,…
biology
the study of living things
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Design science
Identify one case study presented in c…
Briefly describe (explain using specif…
List the material considerations:
Identify one flooring material introdu…
Chapel at St. Petri at Kilippan- Lewerntz
the architect intentionally used every brick in the chapel's…
-Historical Overview... -What It's made of and how it is made... -E…
Pre-finished wood floors... -you dont have to sand it and finish…
Identify one case study presented in c…
Chapel at St. Petri at Kilippan- Lewerntz
Briefly describe (explain using specif…
the architect intentionally used every brick in the chapel's…
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