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The Four Hills of Life - Ojibwe Life
What age did adulthood begin for the O…
What is the age range for early adulth…
Name some common activities of early a…
What is age range for middle adulthood?
girls 12 and boys 16
age 17-40
Trying to find their place as an adult, attend college or tec…
40-60 years of age
What age did adulthood begin for the O…
girls 12 and boys 16
What is the age range for early adulth…
age 17-40
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Life in the Transdanubian Range of Hills
almond
conquest
exhausted
fig
mandula
hódítás,hódít
kimerült
füge
almond
mandula
conquest
hódítás,hódít
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life in the Transdanubian range of hills
almond
conquest
exhausted
fig
mandula
hódítás
kimerült
füge
almond
mandula
conquest
hódítás
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The Four Hills of Life - Ojibwe Children
According to the Four Hills of Life, w…
Name three common ways babies died bef…
How do babies spend their time?
In what was a baby's first bath given?
From birth to about age two.
Smallpox, chickenpox, influenza, measles, pneumonia or colds.
Learning, playing and sleeping.
A birch bark container.
According to the Four Hills of Life, w…
From birth to about age two.
Name three common ways babies died bef…
Smallpox, chickenpox, influenza, measles, pneumonia or colds.
27 terms
Spring Hill Elementary: Colonial Life (Grade 4)
beliefs, customs, architecture
barns, homes, places of worship
english
American indian
What did the culture and landscape of settlers reflect?
List 3 examples of architecture that reflect different cultur…
What culture is reflected in the name of Richmond?
What culture is reflected in the name Roanoke?
beliefs, customs, architecture
What did the culture and landscape of settlers reflect?
barns, homes, places of worship
List 3 examples of architecture that reflect different cultur…
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Characteristics of Life Biology Hill Murray
c
h
a
r
cells
homeostasis... -a relatively stable internal environment despite…
adaptation... -change, adjust... -long term as a species
react to stimulus... -anything that causes a reaction/response... -…
c
cells
h
homeostasis... -a relatively stable internal environment despite…
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Mrs. Hill's Life Science Vocabulary Review
Abiotic
Adaptation
Amino Acids
Amphibian
Nonliving features of an ecosystem such as climate, light, so…
A characteristic, arising from natural selection, that improv…
Small molecules that link together with other molecules to fo…
A vertebrate that spends it's early life in water and it's ad…
Abiotic
Nonliving features of an ecosystem such as climate, light, so…
Adaptation
A characteristic, arising from natural selection, that improv…
McGraw-Hill Life Science Chapter 11 Vocabulary Animal Diversity
asymmetry
bilateral symmetry
invertebrate
radial symmetry
body organization that... cannot be divided into any two... parts t…
body organization that can be divided... into two parts that are…
animal that does not... have a backbone
body organization... that can be divided into two parts... that are…
asymmetry
body organization that... cannot be divided into any two... parts t…
bilateral symmetry
body organization that can be divided... into two parts that are…
The Four Hills of Life - CHapter 1 (Abinoojiiyensag)
Translate mountain to Ojibwe.
What did traditional Ojibwe ancestors…
What are sign of reincarnation?
It what month of pregnancy can a woman…
Wajiw
Medicines, roots, and bark
Twins, newborns with gray hair, newborns with teeth, birthmarks
The fifth month
Translate mountain to Ojibwe.
Wajiw
What did traditional Ojibwe ancestors…
Medicines, roots, and bark
McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 2 Vocabulary
carbohydrate
cell theory
lipid
macromolecule
one or more sugar... molecules
living things are made of... one or more cells; the cell is the…
large macromolecule that does... not dissolve in water
substance that forms... by joining many small molecules
carbohydrate
one or more sugar... molecules
cell theory
living things are made of... one or more cells; the cell is the…
McGraw - Hill Life Science Scientific Explanations Vocabulary
Biology
Critical thinking
ethics
hypothesis
study of all living things;... life science
comparing what... you already know with the... information you are…
rules of conduct or moral... principles
possible explanation... about an observation that can be... tested…
Biology
study of all living things;... life science
Critical thinking
comparing what... you already know with the... information you are…
McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 7 Vocabulary Bacteria and Viruses
bacterium (singular of bacteria)
conjugation
endospore
fission
microscopic prokaryote (single cell that lacks a true nucleus)
process in which two... bacteria of the same species attach... to e…
form of bacterium that... has a thick internal wall around... its c…
cell division of bacteria that forms two... genetically identica…
bacterium (singular of bacteria)
microscopic prokaryote (single cell that lacks a true nucleus)
conjugation
process in which two... bacteria of the same species attach... to e…
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McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 1 Vocabulary
cell
homeostasis
multicellular
organism
smallest unit of life
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
made of two or more... cells
thing that has all the... characteristics of life
cell
smallest unit of life
homeostasis
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
Life Of Jesus (Gabrielle Hill SPC 2016)
How old was Jesus when he died?
How old was Jesus when he started his…
What is Jesus' actual birthday?
Where was he born?
33 years old.
About 30 years old.
17th June.
He was born in Bethlehem.
How old was Jesus when he died?
33 years old.
How old was Jesus when he started his…
About 30 years old.
McGraw-Hill Life Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
DNA
Nucleotide
Replication
RNA
An organism's genetic material
A molecule made of a nitrogen base, a sugar, and a phosphate…
The process of copying a DNA molecule to make other DNA molec…
A type of nucleic acid that carries the code for making prote…
DNA
An organism's genetic material
Nucleotide
A molecule made of a nitrogen base, a sugar, and a phosphate…
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Mc graw hill (life science) chapter 3
Cell cycle
Interphase
Sister chromatids
Centromere
Cells go through a cycle of growth development and division
Is a period during a cells growth and development
Two identical chromosomes
Holds together sister chromatids
Cell cycle
Cells go through a cycle of growth development and division
Interphase
Is a period during a cells growth and development
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McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 2 Vocabulary
carbohydrate
cell theory
lipid
macromolecule
one or more sugar... molecules
living things are made of... one or more cells; the cell is the…
large macromolecule that does... not dissolve in water
substance that forms... by joining many small molecules
carbohydrate
one or more sugar... molecules
cell theory
living things are made of... one or more cells; the cell is the…
9 terms
A soldier's Life and Battle of Bunker Hill
No pay
6 months
Desertion
Death
What did soldiers get paid after 1777 during the Revolutionar…
How long was the average enlistment in the Continental Army?
What was the biggest problem the Continental Army faced durin…
What was the punishment for running away during the war?
No pay
What did soldiers get paid after 1777 during the Revolutionar…
6 months
How long was the average enlistment in the Continental Army?
McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 1 Vocabulary
cell
homeostasis
multicellular
organism
smallest unit of life
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
made of two or more... cells
thing that has all the... characteristics of life
cell
smallest unit of life
homeostasis
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
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Creating a Good Life Final Hill
Message that free range play is unwelc…
Criminalization of Natural Play
Young People's Barriers
Gary Snyder
Overdevelopment... Multiplying park rules... Environmental regulati…
Tree House= Fire Hazard... Home Owner's Association Rules... CPS an…
Lack of Time... TV... Computers... Kids Require Parental Supervision t…
Natura: Birth, Constitution, Character, Course of Things... "Th…
Message that free range play is unwelc…
Overdevelopment... Multiplying park rules... Environmental regulati…
Criminalization of Natural Play
Tree House= Fire Hazard... Home Owner's Association Rules... CPS an…
Mc-Graw Hill Life Science Chapters 3 and 4 Vocabulary
cell cycle
centromere
cytokinesis
daughter cells
growth, development, and... division
structure that holds... sister chromatids together
division of a cell's... cytoplasm and contents
two new cells that... result from mitosis and cytokinesis
cell cycle
growth, development, and... division
centromere
structure that holds... sister chromatids together
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McGraw-Hill Life Science Chapter 11 Vocabulary Animal Diversity
asymmetry
bilateral symmetry
invertebrate
radial symmetry
body organization that... cannot be divided into any two... parts t…
body organization that can be divided... into two parts that are…
animal that does not... have a backbone
body organization... that can be divided into two parts... that are…
asymmetry
body organization that... cannot be divided into any two... parts t…
bilateral symmetry
body organization that can be divided... into two parts that are…
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Mc-Graw Hill Life Science Chapters 3 and 4 Vocabulary
cell cycle
centromere
cytokinesis
daughter cells
growth, development, and... division
structure that holds... sister chromatids together
division of a cell's... cytoplasm and contents
two new cells that... result from mitosis and cytokinesis
cell cycle
growth, development, and... division
centromere
structure that holds... sister chromatids together
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McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 1 Vocabulary
cell
homeostasis
multicellular
organism
smallest unit of life
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
made of two or more... cells
thing that has all the... characteristics of life
cell
smallest unit of life
homeostasis
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
16 terms
McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 1 Vocabulary
cell
homeostasis
multicellular
organism
smallest unit of life
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
made of two or more... cells
thing that has all the... characteristics of life
cell
smallest unit of life
homeostasis
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
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McGraw - Hill Life Science Scientific Explanations Vocabulary
Biology
Critical thinking
ethics
hypothesis
study of all living things;... life science
comparing what... you already know with the... information you are…
rules of conduct or moral... principles
possible explanation... about an observation that can be... tested…
Biology
study of all living things;... life science
Critical thinking
comparing what... you already know with the... information you are…
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Life Science - Classifying Living Things Gr7 Hill
classification
taxonomy
Carolus Linnaeus
binomial nomenclature
process of grouping things based on their shared attributes i…
study of the classification of living things
Swedish scientist who developed a naming system based on orga…
system developed by Carolus Linnaeus to classify organisms ba…
classification
process of grouping things based on their shared attributes i…
taxonomy
study of the classification of living things
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McGraw-Hill Life Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary adapted to MMS
Heredity
Genetics
Dominant Trait
Recessive Trait
The passing of traits from parents to offspring
The study of how traits are passed from parents to offspring
A genetic factor that blocks another genetic factor
A genetic factor that is blocked by the presence of a dominan…
Heredity
The passing of traits from parents to offspring
Genetics
The study of how traits are passed from parents to offspring
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McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 1 Vocabulary
cell
homeostasis
multicellular
organism
smallest unit of life
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
made of two or more... cells
thing that has all the... characteristics of life
cell
smallest unit of life
homeostasis
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
22 terms
McGraw - Hill Life Science Scientific Explanations Vocabulary
Biology
Critical thinking
ethics
hypothesis
study of all living things;... life science
comparing what... you already know with the... information you are…
rules of conduct or moral... principles
possible explanation... about an observation that can be... tested…
Biology
study of all living things;... life science
Critical thinking
comparing what... you already know with the... information you are…
McGraw-Hill Life Science Chapter 8 Vocabulary Protists (lesson one only)
algae
amoeba
asexual reproduction
cilia
plantlike protists that produce... food through photosynthesis
common sarcodine that uses a pseudopod for movement and to ob…
one parent... reproduces without a sperm and an... egg joining
short, hairlike organelles that... grow on the surface of some p…
algae
plantlike protists that produce... food through photosynthesis
amoeba
common sarcodine that uses a pseudopod for movement and to ob…
26 terms
McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 2 Vocabulary
carbohydrate
cell theory
lipid
macromolecule
one or more sugar... molecules
living things are made of... one or more cells; the cell is the…
large macromolecule that does... not dissolve in water
substance that forms... by joining many small molecules
carbohydrate
one or more sugar... molecules
cell theory
living things are made of... one or more cells; the cell is the…
The Four Hills of Life - Chapter 5 (Gichi-Aya'aag - Adults)
What came out of the water to bring cl…
How was clan membership determined?
Translate "Crane" to Ojibwe.
Translate "Loon" to Ojibwe.
Spirits
Through the father's bloodline
Ah-ji-jawk
Mahng
What came out of the water to bring cl…
Spirits
How was clan membership determined?
Through the father's bloodline
The Four Hills of Life - Chapter 2 (Ikwezensag miinawaa gwiiwizensag)
Before modern medicines, what are comm…
What were babies given their first bat…
What did the bathwater in an Ojibwe ba…
Te help produce the best milk, what we…
Smallpox, Chickenpox, influenza, measles, pneumonia, colds, m…
Wiigwaasi makak
Medicines extracted from plants, catnip and spruce boughs
Choicest meats and soups
Before modern medicines, what are comm…
Smallpox, Chickenpox, influenza, measles, pneumonia, colds, m…
What were babies given their first bat…
Wiigwaasi makak
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Combined - McGraw - Hill Life Science Chapter 1 Vocabulary, characteristics of all living things & Six Characteristics of Life
cell
homeostasis
multicellular
organism
smallest unit of life
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
made of two or more... cells
thing that has all the... characteristics of life
cell
smallest unit of life
homeostasis
ability to maintain... steady internal conditions when... outside c…
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TAKING HOLD ch 16 "Life on Grymes Hill"
lay (p. 128)
take vows (p. 129)
demeanor
cordial
not religious
agree to be a religious brother or sister
behavior, way of acting
polite
lay (p. 128)
not religious
take vows (p. 129)
agree to be a religious brother or sister
15 terms
McGraw Hill Life Science Chapter 7 Lesson 1
Bacteria
Flagellum
Fission
Conjugation
Microscopic prokaryotes that live in almost every habitat on…
Long whip like structures on bacteria that help them move
A division that forms two genetically identical cells
Two bacteria of the same species attach to each other and com…
Bacteria
Microscopic prokaryotes that live in almost every habitat on…
Flagellum
Long whip like structures on bacteria that help them move
20 terms
Spring Hill Elementary:Colonial Life, New Nation, American Revolution (Grade 4)
to pay for goods or services
Barn, homes, places of worship
Many owned businesses and property but…
Took on more responsibilities.
How did colonists use tobacco?
List three examples of architecture that reflect different cu…
What was life like for free African Americans?
How did woman help the war effort?
to pay for goods or services
How did colonists use tobacco?
Barn, homes, places of worship
List three examples of architecture that reflect different cu…
3 terms
McGraw Hill Life Science chapter 8 lesson 2
Mycelium
Hyphae
Lichen
A network created by hyphae
Long threadlike structures that grow into large tangles usual…
A structure formed when fungi and certain other photosyntheti…
Mycelium
A network created by hyphae
Hyphae
Long threadlike structures that grow into large tangles usual…
35 terms
Hill-Lindsay Life Science Semester 1 Study Guide
prefixes
base units/measures
electron microscope
compound light microscope
metric prefixes ( kilometer; kilo=1,000. 1,000 meters)
kelvins- temperature... kilogram- mass... meter- length... liters- vol…
a microscope that focuses a beam of electrons to magnify obje…
instrument that magnifies small objects so that they can be s…
prefixes
metric prefixes ( kilometer; kilo=1,000. 1,000 meters)
base units/measures
kelvins- temperature... kilogram- mass... meter- length... liters- vol…
18 terms
McGraw-Hill Life Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
DNA
Nucleotide
Replication
RNA
An organism's genetic material
A molecule made of a nitrogen base, a sugar, and a phosphate…
The process of copying a DNA molecule to make other DNA molec…
A type of nucleic acid that carries the code for making prote…
DNA
An organism's genetic material
Nucleotide
A molecule made of a nitrogen base, a sugar, and a phosphate…
26 terms
McGraw-Hill Biology Ch. 1 Scientific Study of Life
Atom
Molecules
Organelle
Cells
The elements are composed of atoms. Basic unit of matter. Com…
Two or more atoms joined by chemical bonds.
Organized or specialized structures within a living cell that…
Smallest unit of life that can function independently.
Atom
The elements are composed of atoms. Basic unit of matter. Com…
Molecules
Two or more atoms joined by chemical bonds.
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McGraw-Hill Biology Ch. 2 Chemistry of Life
density
Compound
Matter
weight
...
Two or more atoms of different elements in fixed proportions
Substance that takes up space and is made of atoms.
the measure of pull of gravity of an object
density
...
Compound
Two or more atoms of different elements in fixed proportions
25 terms
Life Science glencoe/mcgraw hill 2008 chapter 9: plants
angiosperm
cambium
cellulose
cuticle
flowering vascular plants that produce fruits containig one o…
vascular tissue that produces xylem and phloem in the cell as…
chemical compound made out of sugar; forms tangled fibers in…
waxy protective layer that covers the stems, leaves, and flow…
angiosperm
flowering vascular plants that produce fruits containig one o…
cambium
vascular tissue that produces xylem and phloem in the cell as…
56 terms
McGraw-Hill Biology Ch. 2 Chemistry of Life
Matter
Elements
Atom
Protons
Substance that takes up space and is made of atoms.
A pure substance that cannot be broken down further.
A particle of matter. Composed of protons, neutrons, and elec…
Particle in an atom's nucleus. Has positive charge. Has a mea…
Matter
Substance that takes up space and is made of atoms.
Elements
A pure substance that cannot be broken down further.
18 terms
McGraw-Hill Life Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
DNA
Nucleotide
Replication
RNA
An organism's genetic material
A molecule made of a nitrogen base, a sugar, and a phosphate…
The process of copying a DNA molecule to make other DNA molec…
A type of nucleic acid that carries the code for making prote…
DNA
An organism's genetic material
Nucleotide
A molecule made of a nitrogen base, a sugar, and a phosphate…
20 terms
Macmillan/McGraw-Hill 4th Grade California Life Science Vocabulary Chapter 1
photosynthesis
solar energy
environment
biomass
Conversion of light energy from the sun into chemical energy.
Sunlight that is converted into usable energy
The total surroundings of an organism or a group of organisms.
Plant materials and animal waste used especially as a source…
photosynthesis
Conversion of light energy from the sun into chemical energy.
solar energy
Sunlight that is converted into usable energy
20 terms
Grade 5 SS Chapter 1 Life in the United States (McGraw Hill)
ancestor
culture
diversity
unity
the relatives who lived before you
the way of life of a people (customs, beliefs, and language)
variety ... having a lot of differences
together... being as one... agreeing with each other
ancestor
the relatives who lived before you
culture
the way of life of a people (customs, beliefs, and language)
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McGraw Hill, Life Science Ch. 14 Lesson 1, The Skeletal System
Functions of Skeletal System
Bone
Periosteum
Compact bone
1. Gives shape and support to your body... 2. Protects your orga…
Is an organ composed of two types of living tissue: compact &…
- thin membrane that surrounds bone... - contains blood vessels…
Hard, outer portions of bones - web fibers - very strong; con…
Functions of Skeletal System
1. Gives shape and support to your body... 2. Protects your orga…
Bone
Is an organ composed of two types of living tissue: compact &…
64 terms
Chapter 3: The Chemical Basis of Life 2: Organic Molecules (McGraw Hill)
Organic molecule
Organic chemistry
Hydrocarbons
Functional group
A carbon-containing molecule, so named because they are found…
The science of carbon-containing molecules.
Molecules with predominantly hydrogen-carbon bonds.
A group of atoms with chemical features that are functionally…
Organic molecule
A carbon-containing molecule, so named because they are found…
Organic chemistry
The science of carbon-containing molecules.
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