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Science Information
Mutation
Mutation
Mutation
DNA
error in DNA
can be accidental or environmental
can be helpful,harmful, or neutral
made up of 100,000s of nitrogen bases forming pairs
Mutation
error in DNA
Mutation
can be accidental or environmental
science information
inertia
friction
weight
gravity
lack of movement or activity especially when... movement or acti…
friction is the force resisting the relative motion... of solid…
weight is a body's relative mass or the quantity of matter of…
gravity is the force attracts a body toward the center of the…
inertia
lack of movement or activity especially when... movement or acti…
friction
friction is the force resisting the relative motion... of solid…
7 terms
Science Information
Matter
Atom
Molecule
Proton
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
The smallest building blocks of matter that retain the proper…
The smallest unit of a chemical compound that retains the pro…
A positively charged particle that's part of an atom's nucleus.
Matter
Anything that has mass and takes up space.
Atom
The smallest building blocks of matter that retain the proper…
Science Information
Taxonomy chart
Domain Bacteria
Domain Archea
Kingdom Protista
DKPCOFGS
prokaryotes, unicellular, no nucleus, has cell wall
Chemical makeup is different, prokaryotes, unicellular
Eukaryotic, not a plant, animal, fungus, unicellular mostly
Taxonomy chart
DKPCOFGS
Domain Bacteria
prokaryotes, unicellular, no nucleus, has cell wall
Science Information
Bacteria
Pathogen Bacteria
Infectious disease
Contagious
A member of the large group of unicellular microorganisms.
A bacteria that has the ability to cause disease.
Are caused by organisms such as bacteria, viruses, fungi or p…
The spread from one person or organism to another.
Bacteria
A member of the large group of unicellular microorganisms.
Pathogen Bacteria
A bacteria that has the ability to cause disease.
15 terms
Science information
autotroph
carnivore
herbivore
heterotroph
use energy from sun to make food
eats animals
eats plants
organisms that eat other organisms
autotroph
use energy from sun to make food
carnivore
eats animals
16 terms
Science Chapter 6 Information
peak
amplitude
wavelength
1) air 2) water
the highest point of a light or sound wave
the height of a wave from the midpoint to the peak
the distance between one light or sound wave peak to another
name the two mediums that sound waves can travel through
peak
the highest point of a light or sound wave
amplitude
the height of a wave from the midpoint to the peak
7 terms
Information Science
Shadow IT
Enterprise Architecture
Transaction Processing Systems (TPS)
Management Information Systems (MIS)
IT Systems build without explicit organizational behavior
conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation…
System that serves operational managers and staff to perform…
System used by middle management to provide reports on a firm…
Shadow IT
IT Systems build without explicit organizational behavior
Enterprise Architecture
conceptual blueprint that defines the structure and operation…
10 terms
Science information
Facts
Theories
Hypothesis
Physchology
an observation based on actual experience
the explanations scientists develop based on these facts
A testable prediction, often implied by a theory
Science of mental process
Facts
an observation based on actual experience
Theories
the explanations scientists develop based on these facts
18 terms
Science Information
Misconception about teaching science i…
Order of Methodology
Chromatography
Fossils are usually found in
Teaching facts as a priority over teaching how to solve probl…
hypothesizing a result... planning a controlled experiment... col…
uses the size of molecules to create a graph
sedimentary rock
Misconception about teaching science i…
Teaching facts as a priority over teaching how to solve probl…
Order of Methodology
hypothesizing a result... planning a controlled experiment... col…
16 terms
Science Information
Speed
Velocity
Motion
Force
The rate at which an object moves
Speed in a certain direction
Change in position over time
any push or pull that gives energy to an object
Speed
The rate at which an object moves
Velocity
Speed in a certain direction
Science Information
List the levels of organization in the…
The basic unit of structure and functi…
The control center that directs the ce…
What is the cytoplasm?
Cells , tissue , organs , organ systems
Cell
Nucleus
Cytoplasm is the inside of a cell other than the nucleus.
List the levels of organization in the…
Cells , tissue , organs , organ systems
The basic unit of structure and functi…
Cell
science information
allows electrons to move through it ea…
closed path through which electrons flow
accumulation of electric charges on an…
circuit with more than one path
conductor
circuit
static electricity
parallel circuit
allows electrons to move through it ea…
conductor
closed path through which electrons flow
circuit
20 terms
Science Chapter 5 Information
insulator
radiation
work
thermal
People put hot coffee into a thermos because a thermos is a g…
The sun heats the earth through _____________________________…
If someone picks up a pencil and moves it to another place, h…
Even icebergs have ________________________ energy because th…
insulator
People put hot coffee into a thermos because a thermos is a g…
radiation
The sun heats the earth through _____________________________…
Computer Science - Digital Information
Machine code... 1st Generation language
Assembly language... 2nd generation langu…
High level language... 3rd generation lan…
Bit
The 1s and 0s that make up the instructions for a computer. T…
One step up from machine code where the individual machine co…
A computer programming language that is much closer to a huma…
A single binary digit. A bit will be either a 1 or a 0.
Machine code... 1st Generation language
The 1s and 0s that make up the instructions for a computer. T…
Assembly language... 2nd generation langu…
One step up from machine code where the individual machine co…
Science Information 2 (Motion)
Motion
Motion is Relative
Types of motion
Uniform motion
Event that involves a change in the position or location of s…
Relative- it is described compared to a REFERENCE POINT
Uniform motion... Accelerated motion... Circular motion
constant speed in a straight line
Motion
Event that involves a change in the position or location of s…
Motion is Relative
Relative- it is described compared to a REFERENCE POINT
Science information
Facts
Theories
Hypothesis
Psychology
an observation based on actual experience
the explanations scientists develop based on these facts
A testable prediction, often implied by a theory
Science of mental process
Facts
an observation based on actual experience
Theories
the explanations scientists develop based on these facts
Senior Science - Information Systems
communication
encoding information
transmission of information
decoding information
involves any interaction that transmits information between a…
creating a message so that it is in a form which can be easil…
the sending of information form its source to a receiver
changing the message received into a form which can be easily…
communication
involves any interaction that transmits information between a…
encoding information
creating a message so that it is in a form which can be easil…
30 terms
Information Technology/Technical Science
Computers recognize what two numbers?
Computer
List 4 types of computers
Hardware
0 and 1
an electronic device that manipulates information
1. Desktop... 2. Laptop... 3. Tablets... 4. Handheld ie smartphone, mp3
the physical components of a computer which include the centr…
Computers recognize what two numbers?
0 and 1
Computer
an electronic device that manipulates information
Science of Information
Data
Information
True
Action
Raw material relating to facts, events, transactions etc
Data that has been processed, thus given meaning
Information is used within decision making
Information and decision =
Data
Raw material relating to facts, events, transactions etc
Information
Data that has been processed, thus given meaning
Senior science Information systems
Basic pattern of information transfer…
Basic pattern of information transfer…
Basic pattern of information transfer…
Information systems used daily
sound -> coded to electrical -> transmitted -> decoded to ele…
light/sound -> coded -> transmitted -> converted to radio wav…
sound -> coded -> transmitted -> converted to radio waves ->…
Person to person:... - Sign language... - Body language... - Letter... -…
Basic pattern of information transfer…
sound -> coded to electrical -> transmitted -> decoded to ele…
Basic pattern of information transfer…
light/sound -> coded -> transmitted -> converted to radio wav…
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Science stars information
Blue star
White star
Bright yellow star
Orange star
Large ... Short life ... very bright.
Short life... Very bright
Small... Medium short life
Medium ... Large medium life
Blue star
Large ... Short life ... very bright.
White star
Short life... Very bright
Chapter 2 Science: Information
photosynthesis
autotroph
heterotroph
pigments
The process by which a cell captures energy in sunlight and u…
An organism that makes its own food
An organism that cannot make its own food including animals s…
colored chemicals compounds that absorb light
photosynthesis
The process by which a cell captures energy in sunlight and u…
autotroph
An organism that makes its own food
Science 4th grade - Information Technology
How does GPS work?
How does a cell phone work?
Digital code
radio signal vs digital signal
Global Positioning System - system that can locate anything t…
To place a call or text you need digital code. Talk into a ce…
cell phones use digital code to maintain the sound quality of…
radio signals transmit over long distances but aren't always…
How does GPS work?
Global Positioning System - system that can locate anything t…
How does a cell phone work?
To place a call or text you need digital code. Talk into a ce…
34 terms
Science Atomic Information
Atomic Number
Atomic Mass
Average Atomic Mass
Neutron
amount of protons
amount of protons + neutrons
The average mass of all of the isotopes of one element
No charge, in nucleus
Atomic Number
amount of protons
Atomic Mass
amount of protons + neutrons
51 terms
Science: Final Information
telescope
refracting telescope
reflecting telescope
spectroscope (spectrometer)
most important astronomy instrument
two lenses produce an image; inexpensive, but distant images…
two mirrors and a lens produce an image; expensive, but all i…
splits composite light into components for analysis
telescope
most important astronomy instrument
refracting telescope
two lenses produce an image; inexpensive, but distant images…
13 terms
Science - Classification Information - Vocab
Organisms
Cell
Multicellular
Unicellular
living things
the basic unit of structure and function in an organism
organisms are composed of many cells
single-celled organism
Organisms
living things
Cell
the basic unit of structure and function in an organism
29 terms
Science Chapter 1 -- Information
Science
Earth Science
Model
Physical Models
Path to gaining knowledge about the natural world.
The study of our planets and and all of its components (land,…
a representation of an object, a process, or phenomena
"hands on" physical representation of the subject being studi…
Science
Path to gaining knowledge about the natural world.
Earth Science
The study of our planets and and all of its components (land,…
31 terms
Science energy vocabulary and information
Fuel
Energy transformation
Combustion
Fossil fuels
A(n) ... is a substance that provides electricity-such as hea…
A change from one form of energy to another is called a(n) ..…
Fuels contain stored chemical energy, which can be released b…
... are the energy-rich substances formed from the remains of…
Fuel
A(n) ... is a substance that provides electricity-such as hea…
Energy transformation
A change from one form of energy to another is called a(n) ..…
Science Ch. 6 Information
adaptations for defense
adaptations for finding food
Dangers of nonnative plants
Benefits of nonnative plants
stingers, quills, smelly sprays, bitter flesh
sharp beaks, teeth, claws
They leave less room for native plants and block sunlight.
They are beautiful, cover the soil, and prevent erosion.
adaptations for defense
stingers, quills, smelly sprays, bitter flesh
adaptations for finding food
sharp beaks, teeth, claws
More Science Information
Corona
Photosphere
Core
cooler and darker area on the photosph…
outer-most, "rays"
surface, has spots that are cooler
nuclear reactions are building heavier elements from lighter…
Sunspots
Corona
outer-most, "rays"
Photosphere
surface, has spots that are cooler
Science Laws - Information
The Clean Air Act of 1963
The Clean Water Act of 1997
The Safe Drinking Act
Comprehensive Environmental Response,…
Legislation that controls air pollution on a national level
The protection of fish, shellfish and wildlife and recreation…
Legislation that sets national standards for safe drinking wa…
A federal fund to clean up hazardous waste that are uncontrol…
The Clean Air Act of 1963
Legislation that controls air pollution on a national level
The Clean Water Act of 1997
The protection of fish, shellfish and wildlife and recreation…
Science Chapter Two Information
matter
chemistry
physical proporty
chemical proporty
anything that has mass and takes up space
the study of matter and the ways it changes or stays the same
something about a substance that can be watched without chang…
something about a substance that describes it's ability to ch…
matter
anything that has mass and takes up space
chemistry
the study of matter and the ways it changes or stays the same
Science Test information
All organisms need _______ for energy…
Autotrophs
heterotrophs
what is breaking down food for energy…
Food, oxygen and water; grow, develop and repair
make their own food through photosynthesis
hunt/find food
respiration
All organisms need _______ for energy…
Food, oxygen and water; grow, develop and repair
Autotrophs
make their own food through photosynthesis
11 terms
Life Science Assessment Information
Definition of Living
Definition of Nonliving
Characteristics of Living Things**
Symbiotic Relationship
Things that are alive or have ever been alive.
Things that are NOT alive, nor have they ever been alive.
- Have highly/organized structures (example: cells, human bod…
Animals that work together for food, protection, etc
Definition of Living
Things that are alive or have ever been alive.
Definition of Nonliving
Things that are NOT alive, nor have they ever been alive.
21 terms
Information Science Study Guide
point and click
RGB
pixels
RAM
originated with apple (the mouse); Macintosh introduced in 19…
Red, Green, and Blue, digital color (the way color is defined…
tiny dots in a grid; makes the pictures
random access memory (let's you jump to a specific place like…
point and click
originated with apple (the mouse); Macintosh introduced in 19…
RGB
Red, Green, and Blue, digital color (the way color is defined…
Science test information
What is the naming system Linnaeus cre…
Which 2 taxa make up an organisms scie…
What are the names of the 3 domains?
What is a prokaryote?
Binomial nomenclature
Genus and species
Eukarya, Bacteria, and Archea
A prokaryote does not have a nucleus and is simpler.
What is the naming system Linnaeus cre…
Binomial nomenclature
Which 2 taxa make up an organisms scie…
Genus and species
28 terms
Science Supplemental information
Bogs, Fens, and Pocosins
Caves
Cenotes
Chaparral/Maquis (Mediterranean Climat…
· _______ often develop in areas that were previously glaciat…
· Most ______ are formed by groundwater percolating through l…
· The water in the ______ of Mexico may stratify based on sal…
· ______ and ______-like ecosystems are dominated by shrubs -…
Bogs, Fens, and Pocosins
· _______ often develop in areas that were previously glaciat…
Caves
· Most ______ are formed by groundwater percolating through l…
32 terms
Science Test Additional Information
Ocean supplies us with________________…
What chemicals are found in the ocean…
Parts of a wave?
Breakers
Precipitation
Sulfur, Chlorine, Sodium
Crest, Trough, height, wave length
top parts of the wave falls over the bottom part
Ocean supplies us with________________…
Precipitation
What chemicals are found in the ocean…
Sulfur, Chlorine, Sodium
Fundamentals of Information science
CPU
ASCII
World Wide Web
Internet
central processing unit, the brain
American standard code for information interchange
System of connected hypertext documents which are reachable t…
global, interconnected network of computing services (www, e-…
CPU
central processing unit, the brain
ASCII
American standard code for information interchange
NJ ASK study information Science
2 main types of energy we use today
bio mass energy
fossil fuel
fossil fuel is bad for the earth because
bio mass energy... fossil fuel
burning of wood
burning of oil and coal
when it is burned, it causes pollution
2 main types of energy we use today
bio mass energy... fossil fuel
bio mass energy
burning of wood
84 terms
AFOQT General Science Information
biology
botany
zoology
earth science
the study of living things
the study of plants
the study of animals
covers conditions affecting the earth (weather, climate, the…
biology
the study of living things
botany
the study of plants
Health Information Science Final
Independent contractor
Custom
Litigation
Preliminary inquiry
Someone contracted to do or perform a particular... task who is…
A longstanding and unvarying habit or practice ... which acquire…
A legal action to enforce a right
A hearing (of a charge or an offence) held ... before a magistra…
Independent contractor
Someone contracted to do or perform a particular... task who is…
Custom
A longstanding and unvarying habit or practice ... which acquire…
16 terms
Science Chapter 6 Information
peak
amplitude
wavelength
1) air 2) water
the highest point of a light or sound wave
the height of a wave from the midpoint to the peak
the distance between one light or sound wave peak to another
name the two mediums that sound waves can travel through
peak
the highest point of a light or sound wave
amplitude
the height of a wave from the midpoint to the peak
11 terms
science recording information
bar graph
line graph
pie graph
43% cars
43 ÷ 100 x 360=154%
bar graph
line graph
Speech Science More Information
Brainstem has
Medulla
decussation of the pyramids
medulla controls
medulla, pons, an midbrain
1 inch long connects brain and spinal cord, most inferior
90% of fibers/axons from cortex on down crossover at medulla…
respiration, cardiac, tongue, peripherals
Brainstem has
medulla, pons, an midbrain
Medulla
1 inch long connects brain and spinal cord, most inferior
29 terms
Science Test Information
Protons
Neutrons
Electrons
Parts of an atom
Positive charge
Neutral charge
Negative charge
protons, neutrons, electrons
Protons
Positive charge
Neutrons
Neutral charge
Computer & Information Science
Application Software
Packaged Software
Custom Software
Web Application
Consists of programs designed to make users more productive a…
Mass produced, copyright retail software that meets the needs…
Performs functions specific to a business or industry
A website that allows users to access and interact with softw…
Application Software
Consists of programs designed to make users more productive a…
Packaged Software
Mass produced, copyright retail software that meets the needs…
food science information
Work center
Work triangle
Peninsula
Island
is an area designed for performing specific kitchen task
three main work centers
is a countertop extension open on two sides and one end
is a freestanding counter open on all sides and often in the…
Work center
is an area designed for performing specific kitchen task
Work triangle
three main work centers
Geographical Information Science 2735
GIS
Geographical Fact
characterisitics of GIS
The Problem - characteristics
geographical information science
a scientifically derived, testable, falsifiable, empirically…
emergent science, blends previously separate disciplines
1. identifying an interesting problem... 2. gives reason for the…
GIS
geographical information science
Geographical Fact
a scientifically derived, testable, falsifiable, empirically…
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