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Science 6 - Sky Science
Asteroids
Astronomy
Atmosphere
Black Hole
Chunks of rock that vary in size from very large (approx. 103…
The study of the universe and all the bodies that appear in t…
A layer of air between the Earth and outer space.
An intense gravitational field created when a star runs out o…
Asteroids
Chunks of rock that vary in size from very large (approx. 103…
Astronomy
The study of the universe and all the bodies that appear in t…
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Science 6 Chapter 6
vascular plant
nonvascular plant
rhizoid
rhizome
A plant with tubelike structures that transport water.
A plant that lacks structures that transport water and other…
A thin, rootlike structure.
The underground stem from which some vascular plants grow. Ex…
vascular plant
A plant with tubelike structures that transport water.
nonvascular plant
A plant that lacks structures that transport water and other…
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science 6
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Vacuole
cell wall
gel-like substance between the cell membrane and the nucleus
controls many functions in the cell
stores biochemicals and helps plant grow
protects the cell from from injury and holds the shape of the…
Cytoplasm
gel-like substance between the cell membrane and the nucleus
Nucleus
controls many functions in the cell
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science 6
petal
sepal
pistil
stigma
colorful; attracts pollinators, and people
looks like little green leaves; covers the flower bud, protec…
three parts, stigma, style, and ovary
sticky surface at the top of the pistil; traps and holds pollen
petal
colorful; attracts pollinators, and people
sepal
looks like little green leaves; covers the flower bud, protec…
Science 6 Chapter 4
Organism
Life Span or Life Cycle
Environments
Energy
A complete living thing.
The process of birth, growth, reproduction, and death.
A living things surroundings.
The ability to do work.
Organism
A complete living thing.
Life Span or Life Cycle
The process of birth, growth, reproduction, and death.
Midterm Review - Science 6
Cell
Compound Microscope
Objective Lens
Eyepiece Lens
the basic unit of structure and function in living things
A light microscope that has more than one lens
A lens attached to the nosepiece. magnification varies.
provides first magnification of object usually 10x
Cell
the basic unit of structure and function in living things
Compound Microscope
A light microscope that has more than one lens
Science 6 Chapter 1
lithosphere
plates
plate boundary
earthquake
An area of planet Earth. This area includes the Earth's crust…
Large pieces of the lithosphere.
The area where two plates meet.
Released energy that causes vibration in the earth's surface.
lithosphere
An area of planet Earth. This area includes the Earth's crust…
plates
Large pieces of the lithosphere.
Science 6 Chapter 2
rock cycle
weathering
mechanical weathering
chemical weathering
a word scientists use to explain how rock changes over time
the process of breaking down rocks - breaking rocks into smal…
breaking rocks into smaller and smaller pieces by frost wedgi…
transforming rocks into new substances - by the processes of…
rock cycle
a word scientists use to explain how rock changes over time
weathering
the process of breaking down rocks - breaking rocks into smal…
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Science 6 Chapter 4 Review
organism
life span
life cycle
energy
A living thing
The maximum length of life that is biologically possible for…
The entire sequence of stages in the life of an organism, fro…
Ability to do work
organism
A living thing
life span
The maximum length of life that is biologically possible for…
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Science 6 chapter 6
Chemistry
Matter
Weight
True
The study of what substances are made of and how one substanc…
Anything that takes up space and has mass
A measure of the pull of gravity on an object
True or False: The weight of an object changes from place to…
Chemistry
The study of what substances are made of and how one substanc…
Matter
Anything that takes up space and has mass
Science 6 Chapter 3
Renewable Resources
Nonrenewable Resources
Fossil Fuels
Three Types of Fossil Fuels
Resources that can be replaced by natural means in a relative…
Resources that cannot be replaced easily
Fuels formed when the remains of plants and animals are burie…
Petroleum (liquid rock), natural gas, and coal
Renewable Resources
Resources that can be replaced by natural means in a relative…
Nonrenewable Resources
Resources that cannot be replaced easily
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Hopkinton 6 Science Topography
relief
elevation
longitude
latitude
the difference in elevation between the highest and lowest po…
the height above sea level of a point on the earth's surface
the distance in degrees east or west of the prime meridian
the distance in degrees north or south of the equator
relief
the difference in elevation between the highest and lowest po…
elevation
the height above sea level of a point on the earth's surface
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Science 6 Ch 6
vascular
nonvascular
rhizoids
rhizomes
plants with roots and tubelike structures that transport wate…
plants that have rhizoids and that absorb water through their…
thin rootlike structures of mosses
ferns and horsetails grow from these underground stems
vascular
plants with roots and tubelike structures that transport wate…
nonvascular
plants that have rhizoids and that absorb water through their…
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Science 6 Chapter 2
weathering
chemical weathering
mechanical weathering
stalactites
the process of breaking down rocks
the process of rocks being changed into a new substance
the process of breaking down rocks into smaller pieces
cave formation that hang from the ceiling
weathering
the process of breaking down rocks
chemical weathering
the process of rocks being changed into a new substance
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Science 6 Chapter 3B
mineral
vein
ore
smelting
A solid substance found naturally in the earth's surface; has…
A concentrated area of specific minerals that have melted and…
Material that has a usable amount of metal in it.
The process of separating metal from the other material in wh…
mineral
A solid substance found naturally in the earth's surface; has…
vein
A concentrated area of specific minerals that have melted and…
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SCIENCE 6
fruit
embryo
cotyledons
Botanists
anything that forms from the ovary
what is in a seed
contains stored food for the growing plant
a scientists who study plants
fruit
anything that forms from the ovary
embryo
what is in a seed
science 6
1.
2.
3.
4.
Food
Water
Minerals from z soil
Other materials
1.
Food
2.
Water
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Science 6 Chapter 8
static electricity
current electricity
circuit
conductor
A buildup of electrical charges on the surface of an object.
The continuous flow of electrons around a circuit.
An unbroken path through which electricity can flow.
A material that allows electricity to flow through it.
static electricity
A buildup of electrical charges on the surface of an object.
current electricity
The continuous flow of electrons around a circuit.
Science 6, Unit 1 Vocabulary
Condensation
Conduction
Conductor of Heat
Convection
The change in state from a gas to a liquid
The direct transfer of heat from one substance to another sub…
A substance which allows heat to pass through it easily. E.g.…
Heat transfer that occurs in moving fluids (gases or liquids)…
Condensation
The change in state from a gas to a liquid
Conduction
The direct transfer of heat from one substance to another sub…
Science Vocab Week 6
paleomagnetism
terrane
transform boundary
rifting
the study of the alignment of magnetic minerals in rock, spec…
a piece of lithosphere that has a unique geologic history and…
the boundary between tectonic plates that are sliding past ea…
the process by which Earth's crust breaks apart.
paleomagnetism
the study of the alignment of magnetic minerals in rock, spec…
terrane
a piece of lithosphere that has a unique geologic history and…
Science 6, Chapter 6 BJU
vascular or nonvascular
liverwort
rhizoids
horsetails
when plants are classified by how they transport water, they…
This is one type of nonvascular plant
the rootlike structures of mosses and liverworts
vascular plants with tall, hollow, jointed stems
vascular or nonvascular
when plants are classified by how they transport water, they…
liverwort
This is one type of nonvascular plant
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science 6
Cytoplasm
Nucleus
Vacuole
cell wall
gel-like substance between the cell membrane and the nucleus
controls many functions in the cell
stores biochemicals and helps plant grow
protects the cell from from injury and holds the shape of the…
Cytoplasm
gel-like substance between the cell membrane and the nucleus
Nucleus
controls many functions in the cell
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Science 6-Chapter 4
cell wall
nucleus
cell membrane
cytoplasm
Keeps the cell rigid and helps the whole plant keep its shape
Directs the way the cell grows, develops, and divides
Controls what goes in and out of a cell
Jellylike substance that fills the cell and surrounds the nuc…
cell wall
Keeps the cell rigid and helps the whole plant keep its shape
nucleus
Directs the way the cell grows, develops, and divides
science 6
autotrophs
clorophyll
chloroplasts
glucose
Living things that can make their own food,such as plants and…
A green chemical inside plant cells that enables plants to ca…
Organelles (''LITTLE ORGANS'') that only plant cells have tha…
A simple sugar made by the process of photosynthesis.
autotrophs
Living things that can make their own food,such as plants and…
clorophyll
A green chemical inside plant cells that enables plants to ca…
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EC-6 291 Science
What is an allele and where is it loca…
Describe incomplete metamorphosis and…
Briefly define metamorphosis and list…
Describe complete metamorphosis. About…
An alternative form of a gene (one member of a pair) that is…
A life cycle of certain insects, such as crickets and grassho…
Metamorphosis refers to the way that insects develop, grow, a…
About 88% of all insects go through complete metamorphosis. C…
What is an allele and where is it loca…
An alternative form of a gene (one member of a pair) that is…
Describe incomplete metamorphosis and…
A life cycle of certain insects, such as crickets and grassho…
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G6 Science Vocabulary
Particle
State of Matter
Melting Point/Freezing Point
Boiling Point
n. a small piece of matter
n. the form of matter (mostly solid, liquid, or gas)
n. the temperature that a type of matter changes from a solid…
n. the temperature that a type of matter changes from a liqui…
Particle
n. a small piece of matter
State of Matter
n. the form of matter (mostly solid, liquid, or gas)
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science 6
Organells
Cell membrane
Nuecleus
Mitochondria
A cell structure in which the functions are carried out in.
A membrane that separates the interior of the cell from it's…
The Organelle that controls all the activities within a cell.
The energy producers of the cell also carries out cellular re…
Organells
A cell structure in which the functions are carried out in.
Cell membrane
A membrane that separates the interior of the cell from it's…
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Science 6 Quiz 2
force
net force
balanced forces
unbalanced forces
A push or pull exerted on an object
The overall force acting on an object after all the forces ar…
Equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions
Forces acting on an object are not equal in all directions an…
force
A push or pull exerted on an object
net force
The overall force acting on an object after all the forces ar…
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Hopkinton 6 Science Rocks
igneous rock
sedimentary rock
metamorphic rock
extrusive rock
A type of rock that forms from the cooling of molten rock at…
A type of rock that forms when particles from other rocks or…
A type of rock that forms from an existing rock that is chang…
igneous rock that forms from lava on Earth surface.
igneous rock
A type of rock that forms from the cooling of molten rock at…
sedimentary rock
A type of rock that forms when particles from other rocks or…
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science 6
flower
leaf
stem
fruit
produces seeds
uses sunlight and chlorphyll to convert CO2 and water to suga…
supports leaves; transports water and nutrients
protects the seed and helps with seed dispersal
flower
produces seeds
leaf
uses sunlight and chlorphyll to convert CO2 and water to suga…
6 - Science - Chapter 6
Energy
Kinetic energy
Equation of the energy of motion
Potential energy
The ability to do work
The energy of an object that is due to the objects.
KE = MV/2 ... KE = kinetic energy... M = mass (1200kg) ; V = speed…
The energy an object has because of its position
Energy
The ability to do work
Kinetic energy
The energy of an object that is due to the objects.
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Science 6 - Flight
Buoyancy
Vacuum
Aircraft
Fuselage
the ability of an object to float or rise when placed in a fl…
where there is no air pressure
any weight-carrying structure designed to navigate through th…
the main body of the plane
Buoyancy
the ability of an object to float or rise when placed in a fl…
Vacuum
where there is no air pressure
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BJU Science 6 Chapter 4
Organism
Life Span or Life Cycle
Environments
Energy
A complete living thing.
The process of birth, growth, reproduction, and death.
A living things surroundings.
The ability to do work.
Organism
A complete living thing.
Life Span or Life Cycle
The process of birth, growth, reproduction, and death.
Science 6 Cells & Classification A
a living thing
how long an organism lives
the series of changes in the life of a…
grow and develop... obtain and use resour…
organism
lifespan
life cycle
living things
a living thing
organism
how long an organism lives
lifespan
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Science 6 Chapter 4 - Energy
energy
gravitational potential energy
thermal energy
kinetic energy
the ability to do work or cause change
energy that depends on height
total energy of the particles in a substance (deals with a ch…
the energy an object has due to its motion
energy
the ability to do work or cause change
gravitational potential energy
energy that depends on height
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Science-6
Chloroplast
Vacuole
ribosomes
Gravitational energy
Organelle found in plant cells
Sac-like organelle that stores water and food
Grain shaped organelle that produced proteins
Energy stored by objects due to their position above earth de…
Chloroplast
Organelle found in plant cells
Vacuole
Sac-like organelle that stores water and food
Science 6:The Planets
Mercury
Venus
Earth
Mars
The planet closest to the sun and the smallest planet
The warmest planet and the second planet from the sun
The third planet from the sun.
The red planet. The fourth planet from the sun.
Mercury
The planet closest to the sun and the smallest planet
Venus
The warmest planet and the second planet from the sun
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BJU Science 6 Chapter 2
Rock Cycle
Weathering
Mechanical Weathering
Chemical Weathering
the term scientists use to explain the changing of rock
the process of breaking down rocks - types: Mechanical and Ch…
breaking rocks into smaller and smaller pieces - types: frost…
transforming rocks into new substances - oxidation, carbonic…
Rock Cycle
the term scientists use to explain the changing of rock
Weathering
the process of breaking down rocks - types: Mechanical and Ch…
Science 6
pollution
vegetative propagation
cell
photosynthesis
a harmful change to the natural environment
asexual reproduction in plants that produce new plants from l…
the smallest unit of living matter
food making process in plants and some unicellular organisms
pollution
a harmful change to the natural environment
vegetative propagation
asexual reproduction in plants that produce new plants from l…
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Grade 6 Science
Cast
Chromatography
Classification
Constant Variable
A moulded mass of plaster used to create footprints or tire t…
Separation of a mixture (usually ink) into its separate colou…
The arrangement of things into groups on the basis of a relat…
A variable which is kept the same or unchanging.
Cast
A moulded mass of plaster used to create footprints or tire t…
Chromatography
Separation of a mixture (usually ink) into its separate colou…
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Science 6 - Chapter 10
What causes the sun and other stars to…
Magnitude
Apparent Magnitude
Absolute Magnitude
Nuclear Fusion (H+H=HE)
the brightness of a star
How bright a star appears to us
A star's actual brightness
What causes the sun and other stars to…
Nuclear Fusion (H+H=HE)
Magnitude
the brightness of a star
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Science Vocabulary #6
Property
Matter
Shape
Solid
The basic or essential attributes shared by all members of a…
Anything that has mass and takes up space
Form; Stays the same in a solid, but changes when a liquid or…
Matter in this state has a definite shape and a definite volume
Property
The basic or essential attributes shared by all members of a…
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space
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Science 6: Lesson 6: Changes of State
freezing
melting
freezing point
melting point
A change of state where a liquid becomes a solid. Particles l…
A change of state where a solid becomes a liquid. Particles g…
The temperature at which a liquid turns to a solid. Different…
The temperature at which a solid turns to a liquid. Different…
freezing
A change of state where a liquid becomes a solid. Particles l…
melting
A change of state where a solid becomes a liquid. Particles g…
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Week 6 Science Vocabulary
moon phases
rotate
revolve
tide
the changes in appearance of the moon's shape
to turn on an axis
to travel in a path around another object
the regular rise and fall of ocean levels, caused by the grav…
moon phases
the changes in appearance of the moon's shape
rotate
to turn on an axis
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Science 6 chapter 5
Astronauts
Goddard
Satellite
The first law of motion
People who journey into space
American scientist known as the "Father of Modern Rocketry" w…
Any object that orbits a larger object
An object in motion will continue moving in the same directio…
Astronauts
People who journey into space
Goddard
American scientist known as the "Father of Modern Rocketry" w…
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Science 6
Mineral
Rock
Weathering
Fossil
Non living solid found in nature
Solid made of one or more minerals
The wearing away and breaking apart of rock
Something that remains of a living thing from long ago
Mineral
Non living solid found in nature
Rock
Solid made of one or more minerals
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Science 6 (Test 4, ch 1-2)
Three
Cephalothorax
Ten
Gills
Most crustaceans have how many body regions
When the head and thorax are joined together, the body region…
Many crustaceans have how many legs
Most crustaceans breath with these
Three
Most crustaceans have how many body regions
Cephalothorax
When the head and thorax are joined together, the body region…
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Science 6
conserve... We need to conserve energy.
contaminate... Provision should be made…
design
etiquette ... We need to be aware of etiq…
(v.) to preserve; to keep from being damaged, lost, or wasted…
pollute
A plan or drawing produced to show the look and function or w…
A set of rules that people try to abide by out of respect for…
conserve... We need to conserve energy.
(v.) to preserve; to keep from being damaged, lost, or wasted…
contaminate... Provision should be made…
pollute
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Science 6 - Air and Aerodynamics
Air
Aerodynamics
Air Pressure
Air Resistance
An invisible mixture of gases which make up the Earth's atmos…
the study of moving through air.
the force exerted on the surface of objects by the weight of…
resistance or friction that acts to slow down an object as it…
Air
An invisible mixture of gases which make up the Earth's atmos…
Aerodynamics
the study of moving through air.
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Science 6: Unit 1
Scientific Theory
Scientific Law
Hypothesis
Experiment
A testable idea that explains facts or events
Repeated observations that describes what happens in the world
An idea or theory that is not proven but that leads to furthe…
A scientific test
Scientific Theory
A testable idea that explains facts or events
Scientific Law
Repeated observations that describes what happens in the world
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