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chapter 13 earth science fossils
fossil
cast
per mineralized remains
carbon film
the remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms
a copy of a rock
are fossils in which the spaces inside are filled with minera…
a thin film of carbon residue is left, forming a silhouette o…
fossil
the remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms
cast
a copy of a rock
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Fossils (Chapter 13-14)
Cast
Fossils
Index Fossils
Mold
A type of body fossil that forms when crystals fill a mold or…
Remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms that ca…
Remains of species that existed on Earth for a relatively sho…
A type of body fossil that forms in rock when and organism wi…
Cast
A type of body fossil that forms when crystals fill a mold or…
Fossils
Remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms that ca…
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Chapter 13 fossils vocab
Fossils
Permineralized remains
Carbon film
Mold
The remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms
Fossils in wich the spaces inside are filled with minerals fr…
Thin film of Carbon residue preserved as a fossil
A type of body fossil that forms in rock when an organism wit…
Fossils
The remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms
Permineralized remains
Fossils in wich the spaces inside are filled with minerals fr…
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Chapter 13 fossils
fossil
permineralized remains
carbon film
mold
remains of something that died
something that has original cell structure
are thin film coatings
thing that grows on food if its old
fossil
remains of something that died
permineralized remains
something that has original cell structure
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Study Guide Fossils Chapter 13
fossil
cast
mold
index fossil
Remain, imprint, or trace of a once-living organism.
Produced when a cavity is filled in with solid matter.
Cavity left in rock by a decayed organism
Fossil from a species that existed on Earth fro a short perio…
fossil
Remain, imprint, or trace of a once-living organism.
cast
Produced when a cavity is filled in with solid matter.
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Study Guide Fossils Chapter 13
fossil
cast
mold
index fossil
Remain, imprint, or trace of a once-living organism.
Produced when a cavity is filled in with solid matter.
Cavity left in rock by a decayed organism
Fossil from a species that existed on Earth fro a short perio…
fossil
Remain, imprint, or trace of a once-living organism.
cast
Produced when a cavity is filled in with solid matter.
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Science Chapter 13: Fossil or not? Yes/No
Bird tracks in the snow
Shell-shaped mineral
insect in amber from a pine tree
dinosaur tracks in rocks
No
Yes - Cast
Yes - original remains
Yes - trace fossil
Bird tracks in the snow
No
Shell-shaped mineral
Yes - Cast
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Science Terms Chapter 13: Clues To Earth's PsstFossil
Fossils
Premineralized Remains
Carbon Film
Mold
The remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms
They are fossils that are filled in the spaces with minerals…
A thin residue of a film of carbon, which forms a silhouette…
A hard part of an organism will stay, leaving a cavity of a r…
Fossils
The remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms
Premineralized Remains
They are fossils that are filled in the spaces with minerals…
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Chapter 13: Fossils Quiz
Paleontologists
Fossils
Why the reamains of plants and animals…
Things an animal needs to become a fos…
Scientists who study fossils
The remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms and…
Scavengers eat and scatter the remains of dead organisms, fun…
Bones, shells, teeth
Paleontologists
Scientists who study fossils
Fossils
The remains, imprints, or traces of prehistoric organisms and…
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Chapter 13, L1 Fossils
Fossil
Permineralized Fossil
Carbon Film
Mold
The remains or impression of a prehistoric organism preserved…
A process of fossilization in which mineral deposits form int…
An organism outline of a fossil.
A type of body fossil that forms in rock when an organism wit…
Fossil
The remains or impression of a prehistoric organism preserved…
Permineralized Fossil
A process of fossilization in which mineral deposits form int…
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Science Chapter 13
Scientific Method
Parts of Scientific Methods
Hypothesis
Data
problem solving guide
1. Identify problem - ... 2. Gather information... 3. State hypothe…
suggested solution to a problem based upon known information
record of observation/what was observed
Scientific Method
problem solving guide
Parts of Scientific Methods
1. Identify problem - ... 2. Gather information... 3. State hypothe…
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Science chapter 13
velocity
force
work
power
the speed and direction of an object's motion
push or pull that acts on an object
energy used when a force moves an object
the rate at which work is done Power = Work/time
velocity
the speed and direction of an object's motion
force
push or pull that acts on an object
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Physical Science Chapter 13
Substance
Mixture
Heterogeneous mixture
Homogeneous mixture
Matter that is always made up of the same combination of atoms.
Two or more substances that are physically blended but are no…
A mixture in which substances are not evenly mixed.
A mixture in which two or more substances are evenly mixed on…
Substance
Matter that is always made up of the same combination of atoms.
Mixture
Two or more substances that are physically blended but are no…
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Science Chapter 10 Fossils
Fossils
Mold
Cast
soft parts of an organism
the preserved remains or traces of living things
The hollow part of a sediment
the thing that the mold makes, like an ice cube tray makes ice
will not be preserved in a fossil.
Fossils
the preserved remains or traces of living things
Mold
The hollow part of a sediment
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Science - Chapter 13
physical property
chemical property
density
melting point
characteristic that can be measured or detected by the senses
ability of a material to change its chemical makeup
mass per unit volume of a substance
temperature at which a substance turns from a solid to a liquid
physical property
characteristic that can be measured or detected by the senses
chemical property
ability of a material to change its chemical makeup
Life Science Chapter 13
muscle tissue
nervous tissue
connective tissue
epithelial tissue
A body tissue that contracts or shortens, making body parts m…
A body tissue that carries electrical messages back and forth…
provides support for your body and connects all its parts
a body tissue that covers the surfaces of the body, inside an…
muscle tissue
A body tissue that contracts or shortens, making body parts m…
nervous tissue
A body tissue that carries electrical messages back and forth…
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Earth Science Chapter 13
shields
stromatolites
Gondwana
Laurasia
a large, relatively flat expanse of ancient a metamorphic roc…
Oldest known fossils formed from many layers of bacteria and…
The large southern land mass that existed from the Cambrian (…
Late Paleozoic, Northern Hemisphere continent composed of the…
shields
a large, relatively flat expanse of ancient a metamorphic roc…
stromatolites
Oldest known fossils formed from many layers of bacteria and…
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Chapter 13 Physical Science
Covalent Bonding
Ions
Valence Electrons
Noble Gases
-Atoms held together by covalent bonding are molecules... -Occur…
-Atoms that gain or lose electrons
-Electrons in outer energy level... -May be lost or gained when…
-Group 18... -Least reactive group... -Outer shell is full
Covalent Bonding
-Atoms held together by covalent bonding are molecules... -Occur…
Ions
-Atoms that gain or lose electrons
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Science Chapter 13
Intensity
Vibration
Pitch
Amplitude
A measure of how loud or soft a sound is.
A quick back-and-forth motion.
A measure of how high or low a sound is.
A measure of the amount of energy in a wave.
Intensity
A measure of how loud or soft a sound is.
Vibration
A quick back-and-forth motion.
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Earth Science chapter 13
mamga
lava
volcanism
volcano
liquid rock underground
magma that is on eaths surface
any tectonic activity that involves magma
A vent or fissure in the Earth's surface through which magma…
mamga
liquid rock underground
lava
magma that is on eaths surface
Life Science Chapter 13
muscle tissue
nervous tissue
connective tissue
epithelial tissue
A body tissue that contracts or shortens, making body parts m…
A body tissue that carries electrical messages back and forth…
provides support for your body and connects all its parts
a body tissue that covers the surfaces of the body, inside an…
muscle tissue
A body tissue that contracts or shortens, making body parts m…
nervous tissue
A body tissue that carries electrical messages back and forth…
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Earth Science Chapter 13
air mass
air pressure
anticyclone
atmosphere
* large body of air that has the same temperature and humidit…
* pressure exerted on the earth by gravity pulling the air to…
* high-pressure area containing cold, dry air
* envelope of gases surrounding the earth
air mass
* large body of air that has the same temperature and humidit…
air pressure
* pressure exerted on the earth by gravity pulling the air to…
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Science Chapter 13
static electricity
discharge
conductor
insulator
the buildup of an electrical charge on a material
the sudden movement of an electric charge from the object whe…
a material through which heat or electricity flow easily
a material through which heat or electricity does not flow ea…
static electricity
the buildup of an electrical charge on a material
discharge
the sudden movement of an electric charge from the object whe…
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Light (Chapter 13 Science)
light
reflection
Light from the _______________gives an…
Light travels in a _________________li…
a form of energy that can travel through space
the bouncing of light off an object
sun
straight line
light
a form of energy that can travel through space
reflection
the bouncing of light off an object
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Science-Chapter 13
chemical bond
covalent bond
crystal lattice
ionic bond
an interaction that holds atoms or ions together
when atoms share one or more pairs of electrons
the regular pattern in which a crystal is arranged
A bond that forms when electrons are transferred from one ato…
chemical bond
an interaction that holds atoms or ions together
covalent bond
when atoms share one or more pairs of electrons
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Life Science Chapter 13
gene
DNA
nucleotide
Nitrogenous Bases
codes for a specific hereditary trait, inside the chromosome.
material that contains the info that determines inherited cha…
nucleic acid chain, made of a sugar, a phosphate, and a nitro…
Adenine, Guanine, Thymine, Cytosine
gene
codes for a specific hereditary trait, inside the chromosome.
DNA
material that contains the info that determines inherited cha…
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Chapter 13 Fossil fuels
What does it mean that fossil fuels ha…
What are the 3 main fossil fuels we de…
Where do oil and gas form?
What are in the oil and gas reservoir?
They can do a lot for not much weight
Petroleum ... Natural Gas... Coal
Reservoir
A source rock rich in organic material... Deep burial ... A high pe…
What does it mean that fossil fuels ha…
They can do a lot for not much weight
What are the 3 main fossil fuels we de…
Petroleum ... Natural Gas... Coal
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Environmental Science Chapter 13 vocabulary
climate
lattitude
El nino
La nina
Overall weather in an area over a long period of time
the distance from the equator measured in degrees
a climate variation that takes place in the tropical Pacific…
A cooling of the ocean surface off the western coast of South…
climate
Overall weather in an area over a long period of time
lattitude
the distance from the equator measured in degrees
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Chapter 13 Science Vocabulary
Static Electricity
Electric Current
Resistance
Series Circuit
the imbalance of positive or negative charges between objects
the flow of an electric charge through a material
a quality of an object which means that electric current can…
a simple circular path in which an electric current flows onl…
Static Electricity
the imbalance of positive or negative charges between objects
Electric Current
the flow of an electric charge through a material
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Science Chapter 13: SOUND
vibration
amplitude
wavelength
frequency
a quick back and forth motion
how TALL a wave is (measured to find out how loud or soft a s…
the distance from a point on one wave to the same point on th…
the number of waves that pass in a second
vibration
a quick back and forth motion
amplitude
how TALL a wave is (measured to find out how loud or soft a s…
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Pryor Physical Science Chapter 13
charging by contact
charging by induction
circuit
conductor
process of transferring charge between objects by touching or…
process of rearranging electrons on a neutral object by bring…
closed conducting loop through which an electic current can f…
A material that allows heat and electricity to pass through it.
charging by contact
process of transferring charge between objects by touching or…
charging by induction
process of rearranging electrons on a neutral object by bring…
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Environmental Science Chapter 13 vocabulary
climate
lattitude
El nino
La nina
Overall weather in an area over a long period of time
the distance from the equator measured in degrees
a climate variation that takes place in the tropical Pacific…
A cooling of the ocean surface off the western coast of South…
climate
Overall weather in an area over a long period of time
lattitude
the distance from the equator measured in degrees
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Chapter 13 Science
static electricity
discharge
conductor
insulator
The buildup of an electric charge on a material
The sudden movement of an electric charge from the object whe…
A material through which heat or electricity flows easily
A material through which heat or electricity does not flow ea…
static electricity
The buildup of an electric charge on a material
discharge
The sudden movement of an electric charge from the object whe…
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BJU Life Science Chapter 13
stomata
guard cell
transpiration
palisade layer
tiny openings on a leaf that allow gases (especially water va…
a pair of cells around the stomata to can open or close the s…
when water vapor goes out of a plant through the stomata
the tissue under the epidermis; most photosynthesis happens h…
stomata
tiny openings on a leaf that allow gases (especially water va…
guard cell
a pair of cells around the stomata to can open or close the s…
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Science, Chapter 13
magnetic
circuit
static electricity
generator
able to attract objects made of iron
a path that electricity follows
an electric charge that builds up in an object
a machine that uses a magnet to make a current of electricity
magnetic
able to attract objects made of iron
circuit
a path that electricity follows
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Chapter 13 Applied Science Vocab
Digestion
Salivary Glands
Esophagus
Small Intestine
The process of breaking down food into usable molecules.
The glands located in the bottom and top of the secrete water…
The muscular tube connecting the mouth and the stomach.
An organ that breaks down food and absorbs nutrients.
Digestion
The process of breaking down food into usable molecules.
Salivary Glands
The glands located in the bottom and top of the secrete water…
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Science-Chapter 13
static electricity
electric current
resistance
series circuit
when positive and negative charges are not in balance
An electric charge in motion
Not allowing electric charges to easily flow through
A circuit with only one path for the electricity to follow
static electricity
when positive and negative charges are not in balance
electric current
An electric charge in motion
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Environmental Science Chapter 13 vocabulary
net energy
petroleum
crude oil
oil sand
the amount of high-quality energy that is available to be use…
An oily, dark-colored, flammable liquid found in the earth, c…
Petroleum as it comes out of the ground and before it has bee…
Slow-flowing, viscous deposits of bitumen mixed with sand, wa…
net energy
the amount of high-quality energy that is available to be use…
petroleum
An oily, dark-colored, flammable liquid found in the earth, c…
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Science Chapter 13
Temperature
Thermal expansion
absolute zero
thermal energy
a measure of how hot (or cold) something is; specifically, a…
an increase in the size of a substance in response to an incr…
the temperature at which molecular energy is at a minimum (0…
the kinetic energy of a substance's atoms
Temperature
a measure of how hot (or cold) something is; specifically, a…
Thermal expansion
an increase in the size of a substance in response to an incr…
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Life Science Chapter 13 Life Science Bones & Muscles
muscle tissue
organ system
digestion
kidney
A body tissue that contracts or shortens, making body parts m…
a group of organs that work together to perform a major funct…
the process by which the body breaks down food into small nut…
a major organ of the excretory system that eliminates urea, e…
muscle tissue
A body tissue that contracts or shortens, making body parts m…
organ system
a group of organs that work together to perform a major funct…
Physical science chapter 13 Vocabulary
work
power
mechanical advantage
simple machine
A result of a force moving an object a certain distance.
A quantity that measures the rate at which work is done or en…
the number of times a machine increases a force exerted on it
one of the six basic types of machines, which are the basis f…
work
A result of a force moving an object a certain distance.
power
A quantity that measures the rate at which work is done or en…
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Science chapter 13: electricity and magnets
Static electricity
Circuit
Current electricity
generator
An electric charge that builds up in an object
a path that electricity follows
electricity that moves through a wire.
a device that uses a magnet to make a current of electricity.
Static electricity
An electric charge that builds up in an object
Circuit
a path that electricity follows
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Chapter 13 Science
static electricity
electric current
magnetism
series circuit
If charged particles in an object are not balanced, the objec…
A charged motion is called an
The pushing or pulling force that exists when a magnetic mate…
Current flows in only one direction in an
static electricity
If charged particles in an object are not balanced, the objec…
electric current
A charged motion is called an
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7th Science Chapter 13
vertebrates
edoskeleton
scales
amphibians
animals with backbones
internal skeleton that grows along with the animal
Bony structures that cover the skin of bony fishes
vertebrates that live in water and on land, smooth skin cover…
vertebrates
animals with backbones
edoskeleton
internal skeleton that grows along with the animal
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Science Chapter 13
sun
rotate
axis
revolve
the star at the center of the solar system
to spin on an axis
an imaginary line that passes through Earth's center and its…
to travel in a closed path
sun
the star at the center of the solar system
rotate
to spin on an axis
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Physical Science Chapter 13
sound
acoustic spectrum
pitch
loudness
a form of energy detectable by our ears
the continuum of all possible sound frequencies
how low or high an audible tone sounds to the human ear
the response of your ear to the intensity of an acoustic wave
sound
a form of energy detectable by our ears
acoustic spectrum
the continuum of all possible sound frequencies
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Science Chapter 13
Physical Change
Energy
Thermal Energy
Heat
a change in the way matter looks without changing it into a n…
the ability to cause change
the total energy of the particles of matter
the flow of thermal energy from a warmer area to a cooler area
Physical Change
a change in the way matter looks without changing it into a n…
Energy
the ability to cause change
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Chapter 13 & 14 Fossils & Geologic Time
What is the purpose of Geologic Time S…
What are the units of time for the Geo…
What factors are used to separate geol…
Define mass extinction
Scientists use units of geologic time to interpret the histor…
Eras, Eons, Periods, Epach
Disentangle events such as life-forms that lived only during…
A mass extinction is a relatively sudden, global decrease in…
What is the purpose of Geologic Time S…
Scientists use units of geologic time to interpret the histor…
What are the units of time for the Geo…
Eras, Eons, Periods, Epach
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Science chapter 13: electricity and magnets
Static electricity
Circuit
Current electricity
generator
An electric charge that builds up in an object
a path that electricity follows
electricity that moves through a wire.
a device that uses a magnet to make a current of electricity.
Static electricity
An electric charge that builds up in an object
Circuit
a path that electricity follows
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