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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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BJU Science 5 Chapter 4
energy
potential energy
kinetic energy
potential
the ability to do work
stored energy; the energy that an object or substance has bec…
the energy that an object or substance has because of its mot…
A roller coaster at the top of the track has ________________…
energy
the ability to do work
potential energy
stored energy; the energy that an object or substance has bec…
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BJU Science 5 Chapter 2
paleontology
excavation
fossil
decompose
The scientific study of fossils
The process of removing a fossil from the rock and other mate…
any part or trace of a living organism that is naturally pres…
the softest part of an organism usually ____________________,…
paleontology
The scientific study of fossils
excavation
The process of removing a fossil from the rock and other mate…
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BJU Science 5, Chapter 1
core
mantle
magma
lava
the center of the earth
middle layer of the earth
melted rock that makes up the mantle of the earth
magma that reached the surface of the earth
core
the center of the earth
mantle
middle layer of the earth
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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.
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BJU Life Science Chapter 12
eukaryotic
multi-cellular
tissue
plastid
has a nucleus
has more than one cell
group of similar cells that do something together and can't l…
the organelle in which photosynthesis occurs
eukaryotic
has a nucleus
multi-cellular
has more than one cell
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BJU Earth Science Chapter 22
astronomical unit
solar spectrum
nuclear fusion
photosphere
The average distance between Earth and the sun, about 150 mil…
the entire span of electromagnetic wavelengths that the sun e…
The process by which two or more small nuclei fuse to make a…
the visible surface of the sun
astronomical unit
The average distance between Earth and the sun, about 150 mil…
solar spectrum
the entire span of electromagnetic wavelengths that the sun e…
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 17, 4th Edition
food chain
food web
ecological pyramid
trophic level
The passing of materials and energy from one organism to anot…
An illustration of the interrelationships between food chains…
A diagram divided into layers to show the energy relationship…
A level in an ecological pyramid that shows the flow of energ…
food chain
The passing of materials and energy from one organism to anot…
food web
An illustration of the interrelationships between food chains…
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BJU Science 6 Ch 2
sedimentary rock
metamorphic rock
igneous rock
rock cycle
forms when sediments and the remains of tiny living things se…
forms below the Earth's crust by great heat and pressure
forms when magma cools either below or above Earth's surface
the changing of rocks
sedimentary rock
forms when sediments and the remains of tiny living things se…
metamorphic rock
forms below the Earth's crust by great heat and pressure
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BJU Science 6 Chapter 1
Why is it difficult to be certain abou…
normal fault
reverse fault
strike-strip fault
man has limited ability to observe the earth's interior and i…
as rocks move apart a section of the rock may fall between th…
occurs where rocks push together until they force a section o…
occurs as rocks move horizontal
Why is it difficult to be certain abou…
man has limited ability to observe the earth's interior and i…
normal fault
as rocks move apart a section of the rock may fall between th…
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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…
24 terms
BJU Physical Science - Chapter 4
mechanics
kinematics
dynamics
statics
modern study of motion
the description of HOW things move
the description of WHAT causes things to move
the description of how stationary objects react to pushes and…
mechanics
modern study of motion
kinematics
the description of HOW things move
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 16, 4th Edition
ecology
ecosystem
abiotic environment
biotic community
The study of the relationships between organisms and their ph…
A limited area in which living and nonliving things interact.
The nonliving parts of an ecosystem.
All the living organisms in an ecosystem.
ecology
The study of the relationships between organisms and their ph…
ecosystem
A limited area in which living and nonliving things interact.
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BJU Earth Science chapter 6
Aftershocks
mountain ranges
San Andreas Fault
strike-slip
secondary, smaller earthquakes that result from a major earth…
Most major faults in the United states are found in
What is the name of the longest strike -slip fault in souther…
a transform fault
Aftershocks
secondary, smaller earthquakes that result from a major earth…
mountain ranges
Most major faults in the United states are found in
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BJU Science 4 chapter 4
gravity
energy
force
friction
the force that pulls objects toward the earth
the ability to do work
a push or a pull
the force that resist the movements of objects against each o…
gravity
the force that pulls objects toward the earth
energy
the ability to do work
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BJU Science 6 Chapter 9
speed
potential energy
kinetic energy
mechanical energy
the rate at which an object travels; determined by dividing t…
stored energy
energy due to motion
ability to make something move
speed
the rate at which an object travels; determined by dividing t…
potential energy
stored energy
BJU science
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Science Bju
Nuclear Chemistry
Henry Becquuerel
Radioactivity
Fission
The study of the changes that occur in atomic nucei
Found that uranium compounds caused photographic film to beco…
The emission if high rays and particles from the nucleus
Occurs when a nucleus is split into smaller, more stable nucl…
Nuclear Chemistry
The study of the changes that occur in atomic nucei
Henry Becquuerel
Found that uranium compounds caused photographic film to beco…
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BJU Science 6 Chapter 1
Why is it difficult to be certain abou…
normal fault
reverse fault
strike-strip fault
man has limited ability to observe the earth's interior and i…
as rocks move apart a section of the rock may fall between th…
occurs where rocks push together until they force a section o…
occurs as rocks move horizontal
Why is it difficult to be certain abou…
man has limited ability to observe the earth's interior and i…
normal fault
as rocks move apart a section of the rock may fall between th…
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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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BJU Science 6 Chapter 10
absolute magnitude
supergiant
apparent magnitude
sun
true brightness of a star
the largest and brightest stars
how bright a star appears to be
star closest to Earth
absolute magnitude
true brightness of a star
supergiant
the largest and brightest stars
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 9, 4th Edition
bacteria
archaebacterium
eubacterium
binary fission
A microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism in kingdom E…
A member of the kingdom Archaebacteria, which contains prokar…
A member of the kingdom Eubacteria, which contains the majori…
A method of asexual reproduction seen in bacteria in which th…
bacteria
A microscopic, unicellular, prokaryotic organism in kingdom E…
archaebacterium
A member of the kingdom Archaebacteria, which contains prokar…
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BJU Earth Science Ch 9
mineral
ore
compound minerals
native minerals
naturally occurring, inorganic, crystalline solid, that has a…
rocks that contain certain valuable minerals
grouped in families with similar combinations of elements
minerals made of atoms of just one element
mineral
naturally occurring, inorganic, crystalline solid, that has a…
ore
rocks that contain certain valuable minerals
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 7, 4th Edition
mutation
biotechnology
gene mutation
somatic mutation
A change in the genetic material of a cell.
The use of living organisms to make a new, more desirable org…
A change in the sequence of nucleotides in a gene.
A mutation that occurs in body cells (cells that do not make…
mutation
A change in the genetic material of a cell.
biotechnology
The use of living organisms to make a new, more desirable org…
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BJU Science 6 Chapter 3 - ALL
Renewable Resources
Natural Resource
Nonrenewable Resources
Fossil
Resources that can be replaced by natural means in a relative…
Materials on Earth that are available for us to use.
Resources that cannot be replaced easily
The remains or impression of a prehistoric plant or animal em…
Renewable Resources
Resources that can be replaced by natural means in a relative…
Natural Resource
Materials on Earth that are available for us to use.
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 6, 4th Edition
genetics
cross
allele
purebred
The study of the inheritance of traits from one generation to…
The mating of organisms to test how they inherit traits.
One form of a gene for a particular trait.
Having the same alleles for a particular trait.
genetics
The study of the inheritance of traits from one generation to…
cross
The mating of organisms to test how they inherit traits.
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BJU Life Science 12AB
zoology
invertebrate
porifera
porifera examples
study of animals
animals without backbones
phylum of porebears
sponge
zoology
study of animals
invertebrate
animals without backbones
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bju science
matter
brownian motion
atom
subatomic particle
anything that takes us space
jiggling movement in liquid and gases
makes up ... matter
particles of matter... (smaller than an atom)
matter
anything that takes us space
brownian motion
jiggling movement in liquid and gases
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 5, 4th Edition
chromosome
gene
diploid
cell division
A strand of DNA with associated proteins that is usually foun…
A segment of DNA that codes for a specific protein (or part o…
Having two of each type of chromosome in the cells of an orga…
The division of one cell into two cells; includes mitosis and…
chromosome
A strand of DNA with associated proteins that is usually foun…
gene
A segment of DNA that codes for a specific protein (or part o…
26 terms
BJU Science Chapter 4
Energy
Calorie
Heat
Thermal Expansion
The ability to do work.
The amount of thermal energy needed to raise the temperature…
The transfer of thermal energy from one substance to another.
The ability of a substance's particles to move faster and exp…
Energy
The ability to do work.
Calorie
The amount of thermal energy needed to raise the temperature…
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 2
classify
Kingdom
Phylum
Class
To arrange things into groups
In the modern classification system, the largest group of liv…
In the modern classification system, a subdivision of a kingd…
In the modern classification system, a subdiviosion of a phyl…
classify
To arrange things into groups
Kingdom
In the modern classification system, the largest group of liv…
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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.
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Science Chapter 4 (BJU)
Energy
Force
Friction
Work
What is the ability to do work called?
What is it called to push or to pull on something?
What is the force that resists the movement of objects agains…
What is done when a force moves an object over a distance?
Energy
What is the ability to do work called?
Force
What is it called to push or to pull on something?
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BJU Science 6 Chapter 5A
insect
nematocysts
mollusks
echinoderms
insects belong to the phylum _______
stinging organelles on a jellyfish
________ are animals that have soft bodies and mantles, speci…
animals that have radial symmetry
insect
insects belong to the phylum _______
nematocysts
stinging organelles on a jellyfish
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BJU Life Science Chapter 3: Cell Structure
cell membrane
selectively permeable membrane
passive transport
diffusion
A thin, flexible barrier around a cell; regulates what enters…
A property of cell membranes that allows some substances to p…
Movement across the cell membrane that does not require energ…
Movement of molecules from an area of higher concentration to…
cell membrane
A thin, flexible barrier around a cell; regulates what enters…
selectively permeable membrane
A property of cell membranes that allows some substances to p…
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BJU Life Science Chapter 14
haploid
sepal
petal
stamen
when a cell has only one set of chromosomes instead of two
protects flower bud and later supports petals
um, i think you know what this is
pollen-producing reproductive of a plant
haploid
when a cell has only one set of chromosomes instead of two
sepal
protects flower bud and later supports petals
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BJU Science 4 Chapter 3
reproduce
pollination
ways seeds can be scattered
Flowering plants
Living things do this when they make copies of themselves
The transfer of pollen from the stamen to the top of the pist…
wind, water, animals, or humans
produce their seeds in a fruit and can be grouped by whether…
reproduce
Living things do this when they make copies of themselves
pollination
The transfer of pollen from the stamen to the top of the pist…
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BJU Science 5 Chapter 1
core
mantle
magma
lava
the center of the earth
middle layer of the earth
melted rock that makes up the mantle of the earth
magma that reached the surface of the earth
core
the center of the earth
mantle
middle layer of the earth
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BJU Earth science chapter 4 review
geology
Charles Lyell
Henry Morris
moon
_____________means the study of the earth
The "Father of Geology"
Helped John Whitcomb write the book"The Genesis Flood" that r…
The lesser light to rule the earth
geology
_____________means the study of the earth
Charles Lyell
The "Father of Geology"
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BJU Science 6 Chapter 12
asexual reproduction
binary fission
budding
fragmentation
reproduction from only one parent
a parent cell, such as an amoeba, divides into two cells. Eac…
a new organism, such as yeast, develops on the parent organis…
an organism, such as a planarian, breaks into many fragments.…
asexual reproduction
reproduction from only one parent
binary fission
a parent cell, such as an amoeba, divides into two cells. Eac…
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BJU Physical Science Chapter 3
measurement
dimension
standard
instrument
a comparison of a dimension of an object or substance to an a…
a property that can be measured such as length, time, volume,…
a known quantity that everyone agrees will be used for compar…
any artificial device made for the purpose of refining, exten…
measurement
a comparison of a dimension of an object or substance to an a…
dimension
a property that can be measured such as length, time, volume,…
32 terms
BJU Life science chapter 1
science
observation
inference
presupposition
the knowledge humans gained from the careful, systematic inve…
information that a person has gained by using one or more of…
a logical conclusion based on available information from obse…
an idea a person takes for granted; something a person assume…
science
the knowledge humans gained from the careful, systematic inve…
observation
information that a person has gained by using one or more of…
30 terms
BJU Science 5 chapter 2
Fossil
World wide flood
Sedimentary rock, tar, ice, permafrost…
Permafrost
Any part or trace of a living organism that is naturally pres…
Fossils that we see today are clear evidence of a ___________…
Fossils can be found preserved in what 5 things?
Permanently frozen soil
Fossil
Any part or trace of a living organism that is naturally pres…
World wide flood
Fossils that we see today are clear evidence of a ___________…
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BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 4 Vocabulary
Milky Way
electromagnetic waves
neutrino
wavelength
our galaxy
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
tiny particles that travel at the speed of light and can move…
the distance from the crest of one wave to the crest of the n…
Milky Way
our galaxy
electromagnetic waves
a form of energy that can be transmitted through a vacuum (no…
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Science Chapter 3 (BJU)
reproduce
pollination
a botanist
they are similar
All living things do this.
What is the transfer of pollen from the stamen to the pistil…
What is a scientist who studies plants called?
What is common between new plants and parent plants?
reproduce
All living things do this.
pollination
What is the transfer of pollen from the stamen to the pistil…
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BJU Life Science, Chapter 11, 4th Edition
vascular tissue
nonvascular tissue
rhizoid
alternation of generations
A plant tissue, such as xylem and phloem, that conducts water…
A plant that lacks the tissues to conduct water and other mat…
A thin, root-like structure found in fungi and mosses.
A reproductive cycle in which the asexual reproductive stages…
vascular tissue
A plant tissue, such as xylem and phloem, that conducts water…
nonvascular tissue
A plant that lacks the tissues to conduct water and other mat…
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BJU Space and Earth Science Chapter 5 Vocabulary
planet
ellipse
focus
perihelion
a large object orbiting a star that doesn't produce light of…
a flattened circle
point used to define an ellipse (two are used); the closer th…
when a planet is at its closest to the sun
planet
a large object orbiting a star that doesn't produce light of…
ellipse
a flattened circle
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BJU Science 4 Ch. 6
luminous
translucent
transparent
opaque
objects that can make their own light
object that allows some, but not all, light rays to pass thro…
object that allows all light rays to pass through it
substance that blocks all light rays
luminous
objects that can make their own light
translucent
object that allows some, but not all, light rays to pass thro…
29 terms
BJU Physical Science Chapter 7
mechanical work (W)
power (P)
watt (W)
simple machine
the equivalent of the amount of energy transferred to an obje…
rate of doing work, measured in watts in the SI.
the SI unit of power; =1 J/s
A basic mechanical device that either reduces effort or incre…
mechanical work (W)
the equivalent of the amount of energy transferred to an obje…
power (P)
rate of doing work, measured in watts in the SI.
20 terms
BJU Physical Science Chapter 14
electromagnetic energy
electromagnetic spectrum
cancer & EM waves
mechanical wave
result of electric and magnetic disturbances in space. Travel…
the whole range of frequencies of different electromagnetic w…
EM waves can cause, detect, and treat cancer.
a wave that travels through matter (EM waves are NOT mechanic…
electromagnetic energy
result of electric and magnetic disturbances in space. Travel…
electromagnetic spectrum
the whole range of frequencies of different electromagnetic w…
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