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Science 8: Chapter 2 Guide
cell
Body System
Tissue
Organ
Basic unit of life
Gastrointestinal system is also a part of it... A group of organ…
A group of similar cells that perform the same function.
A body structure that is composed of different kinds of tissu…
cell
Basic unit of life
Body System
Gastrointestinal system is also a part of it... A group of organ…
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Science: Test #8 Study Guide
this fish is caught for its meat and f…
this fish is unique because it always…
this fish has huge winglike fins which…
this fish is the largest fish of all
cod
salmon
manta ray
whale shark
this fish is caught for its meat and f…
cod
this fish is unique because it always…
salmon
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Science 8.1 Guide
push and pull
pull
push
balanced force
two main forces
opening a door
closing a door
when two forces cancel each other out and do not change veloc…
push and pull
two main forces
pull
opening a door
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Science 8: Chapter 1 Study Guide
Reference Point
Postition
Motion
Displacement
the starting point you use to describe the motion or the posi…
an object's distance and direction from a reference point
the process of changing position
the difference between the initial, or starting, position and…
Reference Point
the starting point you use to describe the motion or the posi…
Postition
an object's distance and direction from a reference point
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Science 8.2 Guide
Newton's Second Law
acceleration formula
Newtons
M/S squared
the acceleration of an object goes in the direction of the hi…
NET FORCE/MASS
FNET measured in
ACCELERATION measured in
Newton's Second Law
the acceleration of an object goes in the direction of the hi…
acceleration formula
NET FORCE/MASS
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Science 8: Study Guide for Nature of Science (NOS)
Science
Physical Science
Alchemy
Scientific Method
the investigation and exploration of natural events and the n…
the study of matter and energy
Turning something into Gold
a process that was a variety of skills and tools to answer qu…
Science
the investigation and exploration of natural events and the n…
Physical Science
the study of matter and energy
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Science Study Guide 8/17
Microscope
Telescope
Hand lens
Measuring tape
Magnifying tool that allows us to see very small objects (exa…
To see things that are far away (example- moon, stars, comets…
Low powered tool that allows a closer look of detail in objects
Measures circumference or short distance
Microscope
Magnifying tool that allows us to see very small objects (exa…
Telescope
To see things that are far away (example- moon, stars, comets…
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Science 8 study guide
Class one lever
Class two lever
Class three lever
Gear
A lever in which the fulcrum is between the load and the effo…
A lever in which the load is in between the fulcrum and the e…
Lever in which the effort is in between the Fulcrum and the l…
a rotating toothed wheel or disk which inturlocks with the ot…
Class one lever
A lever in which the fulcrum is between the load and the effo…
Class two lever
A lever in which the load is in between the fulcrum and the e…
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science 8 ch 3 guide
immune system
immunity
first line of defence
second line of defence
A system (including the thymus and bone marrow and lymphoid t…
A condition of being able to resist a particular disease, esp…
The body's defence mechanisms against infection that takes pl…
if a pathogen makes it past your first line of defence, your…
immune system
A system (including the thymus and bone marrow and lymphoid t…
immunity
A condition of being able to resist a particular disease, esp…
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Science 8 Study Guide
motion
balanced forces
Newton's First Law
Friction
A change in position over time
equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions
an object at rest will stay at rest, an object that is moving…
A force that opposes motion between two surfaces that are in…
motion
A change in position over time
balanced forces
equal forces acting on an object in opposite directions
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science 8 chapter 2 guide
Cell
Tissue
Organ
Nutrition
Basic unit of life
A group of similar cells that perform the same function.
A body structure that is composed of different kinds of tissu…
Obtained from food and used by our bodies for growth and main…
Cell
Basic unit of life
Tissue
A group of similar cells that perform the same function.
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science 8 ch 3 guide
immune system
immunity
first line of defence
second line of defence
A system (including the thymus and bone marrow and lymphoid t…
A condition of being able to resist a particular disease, esp…
The body's defence mechanisms against infection that takes pl…
if a pathogen makes it past your first line of defence, your…
immune system
A system (including the thymus and bone marrow and lymphoid t…
immunity
A condition of being able to resist a particular disease, esp…
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Science Study Guide #8
Be able to list and describe the layer…
Be able to explain why we only ever se…
Be able to describe the two different…
Be able to explain the factors that af…
The inner layers are the Core, Radiative Zone and Convection…
Because the moon spins at the same speed as earth.
A solar eclipse happens when the moon passes in front of the…
Distance and mass
Be able to list and describe the layer…
The inner layers are the Core, Radiative Zone and Convection…
Be able to explain why we only ever se…
Because the moon spins at the same speed as earth.
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Science 8: Chapter 2 Study Guide
Force
Contact Force
Noncontact Force
Gravity
a push or pull on an object
a push or a pull on one object by another that is touching it
a force that one object applies to another object without tou…
An attractive force that exists between all objects that have…
Force
a push or pull on an object
Contact Force
a push or a pull on one object by another that is touching it
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Science: Quiz #8 Study Guide
A tuft of full feathers on a bird's he…
The particular kind of area in which a…
Birds are most active in the ______
Identifying marks found on birds are c…
Crest
Habitat
Morning
Field Marks
A tuft of full feathers on a bird's he…
Crest
The particular kind of area in which a…
Habitat
Science Ch. 8 Study Guide - Study Guide
Rotation
orbit
revolution
ellipse
spinning of a planet, moon or star around its axis
path an object follows as it revolves around another object
movement of one object around another
a shape that is like a circle stretched out in opposite direc…
Rotation
spinning of a planet, moon or star around its axis
orbit
path an object follows as it revolves around another object
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8.2 Science Review Guide
Fahrenheit
Celsius
Thermal energy
Temperature
a temperature scale in which water freezes at 32 degrees and…
a temperature scale in which water freezes at 0 degrees and b…
energy due to temperature -> the higher the temperature, the…
a quantity that measures kinetic energy per molecule due rand…
Fahrenheit
a temperature scale in which water freezes at 32 degrees and…
Celsius
a temperature scale in which water freezes at 0 degrees and b…
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Science Guide [3/8/16]
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Atmosphere
Magnetosphere
Star
Consists of radio waves, Micro-waves, Infrared, Visible light…
Layer of mixed gases around our planet. Protects us from harm…
Magnetic field that extends much further from the Earth than…
A huge, hot, very bright ball of gas. The sun is this.
Electromagnetic Spectrum
Consists of radio waves, Micro-waves, Infrared, Visible light…
Atmosphere
Layer of mixed gases around our planet. Protects us from harm…
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8.1 Science Review Guide
Matter
Brownian Motion
Atom
Compound
used to describe anything that has mass and takes up space
the irregular, jerky motions of all tiny particles (theorem d…
the smallest particle of an element that retains the chemical…
a substance that contains two or more different elements chem…
Matter
used to describe anything that has mass and takes up space
Brownian Motion
the irregular, jerky motions of all tiny particles (theorem d…
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Science 8: Chapter 4 Study Guide
Fluid
Pressure
Atmospheric Pressure
Buoyant Forces
any substance that can flow and take the shape of the contain…
the amount of force per unit area applied to an object's surf…
the ratio of the weight of all the air above you to your surf…
an upward force applied by a fluid on an object in the fluid
Fluid
any substance that can flow and take the shape of the contain…
Pressure
the amount of force per unit area applied to an object's surf…
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Science Study Guide 8
Kuiper Belt
comet
solar year
period
A band of comet-like objects located beyond the orbit of Nept…
a asteroid-sized chunk of rock, dust, and ice that develops a…
365 1/4 days
The amount of time it takes for a comet to complete its orbit…
Kuiper Belt
A band of comet-like objects located beyond the orbit of Nept…
comet
a asteroid-sized chunk of rock, dust, and ice that develops a…
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Science 8 study guide
Runoff
Tributary
Watershed
divide
Water flowing downslope along Earths surface
Rivers that flow into other streams.
All of the land area whose water drains into a stream system
a high land area that separates one watershed from another.
Runoff
Water flowing downslope along Earths surface
Tributary
Rivers that flow into other streams.
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Science 8 Galaxy Study Guide
galaxy
3
ellipse shaped
curving arms
Gas, dust, and more than trillions of stars that are pulled t…
How many different shapes are there?
What is the shape for elliptical galaxy?
What does spiral galaxies have?
galaxy
Gas, dust, and more than trillions of stars that are pulled t…
3
How many different shapes are there?
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Science 8 Study Guide
Earth's Crust
Oceanic Crust
Continental Crust
Mid-ocean ridges
Top Layer which is the thinnest and lightest of all layers
Thin part of the earth's crust that lays under the ocean. It…
The continental crust is the layer of igneous, sedimentary, a…
underwater mountain ranges.
Earth's Crust
Top Layer which is the thinnest and lightest of all layers
Oceanic Crust
Thin part of the earth's crust that lays under the ocean. It…
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Science 8 Study Guide
atomic theory
theory
matter
atom
The idea that all matter is formed from atoms and that atoms…
A big idea in science, often developed over time, using evide…
Anything that has volume and has mass.
The basic building block of matter.
atomic theory
The idea that all matter is formed from atoms and that atoms…
theory
A big idea in science, often developed over time, using evide…
Science 8 study guide
Scientific method
Metric prefixes
Density
Volume
Method to solving a science related problem
Kilo Hecto Deca BASE Deci Centi Milli
Degree of compactness
Amount of space an object takes up
Scientific method
Method to solving a science related problem
Metric prefixes
Kilo Hecto Deca BASE Deci Centi Milli
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Science 8 Study Guide
Explain how a balance scale measures m…
Describe how mass and weight would dif…
Know the SI units of measurement for m…
Display understanding of matter using…
It compares an unknown mass to a known one.
Mass stays the same regardless of the gravity because it meas…
Mass: Grams, Length: Meters, Volume: Liters.
Matter depends on how much mass is inside of a certain volume.
Explain how a balance scale measures m…
It compares an unknown mass to a known one.
Describe how mass and weight would dif…
Mass stays the same regardless of the gravity because it meas…
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Science 8 - final study guide
Atom vs. Molecule
Elements, mixtures, compounds
Ratios of atoms in compounds
Properties of matter
...
...
...
...
Atom vs. Molecule
...
Elements, mixtures, compounds
...
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Science 8 EOG Study Guide
chopping wood
vinegar and baking soda reacting in a…
The measurement of the force of gravit…
The measurement of how much matter an…
physical change
chemical change
weight
mass
chopping wood
physical change
vinegar and baking soda reacting in a…
chemical change
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Science 8 Study Guide
Explain how a balance scale measures m…
Describe how mass and weight would dif…
Know the SI units of measurement for m…
Display understanding of matter using…
Balance Scales Matter
Different planets have a different level of gravitational pul…
Length: Meter, Mass: Gram, Volume: Liter
...
Explain how a balance scale measures m…
Balance Scales Matter
Describe how mass and weight would dif…
Different planets have a different level of gravitational pul…
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Science 8 Study Guide
Explain how a balance scale measures m…
Describe how mass and weight would dif…
Know the SI units of measurement for m…
Display understanding of matter using…
It compares the unknown mass to a known mass.
Mass is same anywhere in the universe no matter what the grav…
Mass= Grams, Length= Meters, Volume= Liters.
Matter anything that has mass and volume. Mass is how much "s…
Explain how a balance scale measures m…
It compares the unknown mass to a known mass.
Describe how mass and weight would dif…
Mass is same anywhere in the universe no matter what the grav…
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Science study guide8
All plants are
Plant needs
All plants undergo
Sporophyte stage
eukaryotes, autotrophs, and have needs for survival
They need to be able to obtain water/materials... Need to retain…
sexual reproduction when egg and sperm unite. Nonvascular pla…
plant produce spores that can grow into a new organism.
All plants are
eukaryotes, autotrophs, and have needs for survival
Plant needs
They need to be able to obtain water/materials... Need to retain…
Study Guide for Science 8
Topography
Elevation
Relief
Landfrom
A description of surface features of land.
Height above sea level
the difference in elevation between the highest and lowest pa…
any natural feature of Earth's surface that has a distinct sh…
Topography
A description of surface features of land.
Elevation
Height above sea level
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Science 8 Study Guide:Climate
Polar
Temperate
Tropical
Equator
What climate zone?
What climate zone?
What climate zone?
What is this?
Polar
What climate zone?
Temperate
What climate zone?
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Science Review Guide: Chapter 8
Chemical Formula
Compound
Element
Periodic Table
A formula composed of symbols and numbers that tell what elem…
A form of matter made by combining two or more different kind…
Natural or synthetic matter that is made up of only one type…
A chart that organizes all known elements by the number of pr…
Chemical Formula
A formula composed of symbols and numbers that tell what elem…
Compound
A form of matter made by combining two or more different kind…
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Life Sciences: Guide 8
What does the complexity of an organis…
Generally all cells have what occurrin…
What specific molecule does all life r…
How does the genetic code compare from…
The different organized parts that make up the whole
Chemical reactions
Water
All species share the same genetic code which is passed throu…
What does the complexity of an organis…
The different organized parts that make up the whole
Generally all cells have what occurrin…
Chemical reactions
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Ch 8 Study Guide Science
What properties could help you identif…
Explain the uses of a diamond
What are the three kinds of rocks?
What happens in the rock cycle?
Hardness, luster, shape, streak, color and magnatism
It's used in jewelry and cutting because it is so hard
Igneous, , metamorphic, sedimentary
Rocks are constantly being formed and destroyed. Igneous rock…
What properties could help you identif…
Hardness, luster, shape, streak, color and magnatism
Explain the uses of a diamond
It's used in jewelry and cutting because it is so hard
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Science 8- Final Study Guide
Parallel Circuit
Mixture
Where is the strongest magnetic field…
List 4 examples of alternative energy…
A circuit that has 2 or more seperate paths for electrons to…
When 2 pure substances are combined so that each substance re…
Magnetic poles.
Wind, Solar, Water, and Biomass.
Parallel Circuit
A circuit that has 2 or more seperate paths for electrons to…
Mixture
When 2 pure substances are combined so that each substance re…
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Science 8: 15A Review Guide
Innate behavior
Reflex
Instinct
Mating ritual
The actions and reactions that God has given to an animal whw…
Are immediate involuntary reactions to a change in the enviro…
Complex inborn actions
Instinct connected to reproduction
Innate behavior
The actions and reactions that God has given to an animal whw…
Reflex
Are immediate involuntary reactions to a change in the enviro…
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Chapt. 8 Science Study Guide
Earth's Rotation
Revolution
Moon phases
Telescope
Every 24 hours
An object traveling around another on a set path or orbit.
Changing appearances of the moon from Earth
A device that makes distant objects appear to be closer
Earth's Rotation
Every 24 hours
Revolution
An object traveling around another on a set path or orbit.
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Science 8 Study Guide
Updraft
Insulator
Both the Bergeron process & the collis…
Which of the two theories of precipita…
A current of rising air
A substance that does not conduct electricity very well.
Cold clouds & warm clouds.
Bergeron & nimbostratus.
Updraft
A current of rising air
Insulator
A substance that does not conduct electricity very well.
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science 8 study guide
what is a mineral
what are rocks made of
what is mica
how can you identify a mineral?
natural, nonliving solid crystal that makes up rocks
one or more minerals
...many micas are brown or black
...by testing the physical properties: color, luster, hardnes…
what is a mineral
natural, nonliving solid crystal that makes up rocks
what are rocks made of
one or more minerals
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Science 8 Study Guide: Atmosphere
Troposphere
Stratosphere
Ozonosphere
Mesosphere
Which Layer?... Most weather occurs here... The temperature decreas…
Which Layer?... Contains most of the atmosphere's ozone... Where je…
Which Layer? ... This is made of 3 oxygen atoms... It protects Eart…
Which Layer?... Protects Earth from meteors... Coldest region of th…
Troposphere
Which Layer?... Most weather occurs here... The temperature decreas…
Stratosphere
Which Layer?... Contains most of the atmosphere's ozone... Where je…
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Science 8 Study Guide: Seasons
Summer Solstice
Winter Solstice
Noon
Summer
The noon sun is highest in the sky
The noon sun is lowest in the sky
At what time of day is the solar intensity greatest?
At what time of year does the noon sun rise highest in the sk…
Summer Solstice
The noon sun is highest in the sky
Winter Solstice
The noon sun is lowest in the sky
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Science 8: Chapter 1 Guide
Characteristics of Living things
Reproduction
Cell theory
Protein
- Living things respond to their environment... - Living things…
a way for living things to replace older individuals that die.
• The cell is the basic unit of life.... • All organisms are com…
the building blocks for a variety of structures in the cell.
Characteristics of Living things
- Living things respond to their environment... - Living things…
Reproduction
a way for living things to replace older individuals that die.
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Science study guide Ch8
Osmosis
Isotonic Solution
Hypotonic Solution
Hypertonic Solution
diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane
solution where concentration of dissolved substances inside s…
Solution where the concentration of dissolved substances is L…
Solution where the concentration of dissolved substances outs…
Osmosis
diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane
Isotonic Solution
solution where concentration of dissolved substances inside s…
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Science 8 Study Guide
What is mass?
What is volume?
What is length?
What is temperature?
The amount of matter in an object. Milligrams, grams, and kil…
The amount of space in an object takes up. Milliliters, liter…
The distance between two points. Millimeters, meters, and kil…
The average kinetic energy (energy of motion) that the molecu…
What is mass?
The amount of matter in an object. Milligrams, grams, and kil…
What is volume?
The amount of space in an object takes up. Milliliters, liter…
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Science 8 study guide
What are the 5 parts of a plant cell?
What are the 3 parts of an animal cell?
What is inside the nucleus of a cell?
What does the cell membrane do?
Cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, chloroplast
Nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm
DNA
Controls which substances pass into and out of a cell
What are the 5 parts of a plant cell?
Cell wall, cell membrane, nucleus, cytoplasm, chloroplast
What are the 3 parts of an animal cell?
Nucleus, cell membrane, cytoplasm
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Science 8 Study Guide
Physical Weathering
Chemical Weathering
Exfoliation
What are the 4 types of Water Erosion?
A breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical force.
When minerals in rock react chemically with air or water, the…
Breaking or pealing away of rock in layers.
Erosion by Rain, Rivers, The Sea, and by Glaciers.
Physical Weathering
A breakdown of large rocks into fragments by physical force.
Chemical Weathering
When minerals in rock react chemically with air or water, the…
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science study guide for gr.8
theory
Data
WHMIS
compressed gas
A hypothesis that has been tested with a significant amount o…
Facts and statistics collected together for reference or anal…
Workplace Hazardous Material Information System
theory
A hypothesis that has been tested with a significant amount o…
Data
Facts and statistics collected together for reference or anal…
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