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Science 12.1 Vocabulary
Water Cycle
Evaporation
Condensation
Humidity
The movement of water through Earth's systems, powered by the…
The process by which molecules of liquid water escape into th…
The process by which water vapor becomes liquid water.
The measure of the amount of water vapor in the air.
Water Cycle
The movement of water through Earth's systems, powered by the…
Evaporation
The process by which molecules of liquid water escape into th…
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CK-12 Earth Science 1.1 vocabulary
control
dependent variable
hypothesis
independent variable
factors that are kept the same in an experiment in order to f…
the variable in an experiment that you are measuring as you c…
a testable working explanation for a problem in science
the variable in an experiment that is controlled and changed…
control
factors that are kept the same in an experiment in order to f…
dependent variable
the variable in an experiment that you are measuring as you c…
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CK-12 Earth Science 3.1 vocabulary
atom
chemical compound
crystal
electron
Smallest particle of an element that still has the element's…
Unique substance made of two or more elements in a certain ra…
Solid in which atoms or ions are arranged in a regular repeat…
Negatively charged particle that orbits the nucleus of an atom
atom
Smallest particle of an element that still has the element's…
chemical compound
Unique substance made of two or more elements in a certain ra…
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CK-12 Earth Science 2.1 vocabulary
compass
compass rose
continent
constructive force
Device with a magnetic needle that is used to find magnetic n…
Figure on a map or nautical chart that shows the directions n…
Large land mass that lies above sea level (much older than oc…
Force that causes landforms to grow
compass
Device with a magnetic needle that is used to find magnetic n…
compass rose
Figure on a map or nautical chart that shows the directions n…
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Science vocabulary 1-12
Matter
Chemistry
Substance
Physical property
Anything that has mass or takes up space
The study of properties of matter and how matter changes
A single kind of matter that is pure and has a specific set o…
A characteristic of a pure substance that can be observed wit…
Matter
Anything that has mass or takes up space
Chemistry
The study of properties of matter and how matter changes
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Cumulative Science Vocabulary 1-12
amphibian
antibiotic
attract
backbone
a vertebrate that lives part of its life in water and part on…
a medicine that kills harmful bacteria
to pull closer
a row of connected bones down the middle of the back
amphibian
a vertebrate that lives part of its life in water and part on…
antibiotic
a medicine that kills harmful bacteria
12 terms
Science vocabulary 1-12
Vibration
Wave
Amplitude
Wavelength
A wiggle in time.
A wiggle in both space and time.
the distance from the midpoint to the crest
the distance from one crest to the next one.
Vibration
A wiggle in time.
Wave
A wiggle in both space and time.
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Science 12.1 Vocabulary
Foreshock
Aftershock
Earthquake
Focus
A small burst of shaking that occurs before a large earthquake
A small tremor that follows an earthquake
The movement of Earth's crust resulting from the release of b…
The point below Earth's surface where a rock breaks or slips…
Foreshock
A small burst of shaking that occurs before a large earthquake
Aftershock
A small tremor that follows an earthquake
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12.1 vocabulary for science
energy
potential energy
chemical energy
nuclear energy
the ability to cause change
stored energy due to the interaction between objects or parti…
the energy stored in and released from the bonds between atoms
the energy stored in and released from the nucleus of an atom
energy
the ability to cause change
potential energy
stored energy due to the interaction between objects or parti…
Science Vocabulary 12/1
Decay
Decomposer
Biomass
Detritivore
Natural decomposition or rotting caused by bacterial/fungal a…
Organism (bacteria and fungus) that breaks down remains of de…
Material derived from living things.
Organism that feeds on dead/decaying plants and animals.
Decay
Natural decomposition or rotting caused by bacterial/fungal a…
Decomposer
Organism (bacteria and fungus) that breaks down remains of de…
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Science Vocabulary 12-1
chemical property
density
gas
liquid
ability or inability of a substance to combine with or change…
mass per unit volume of a substance
state of matter with no definite shape or volume
state of matter with definite volume but not definite shape
chemical property
ability or inability of a substance to combine with or change…
density
mass per unit volume of a substance
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1-12 vocabulary science
groups/families
the greatest number of valence electro…
From an elements location on the perio…
Mendeleev created the first periodic t…
The vertical columns on the periodic table
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its properties
increasing atomic number
groups/families
The vertical columns on the periodic table
the greatest number of valence electro…
8
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Science Vocabulary 12/1
Attributes
Base
Bond
Compound
A characteristic of a thing
Having a pH value of more than 7
A force linking atom
A substance consisting of two or more different elements chem…
Attributes
A characteristic of a thing
Base
Having a pH value of more than 7
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Science vocabulary 1-12
Constructive force
Destructive force
Continent
Seismic wave
A process that help build up the Earth
A process that breaks down the Earth
One of several very large land masses on Earth
A wave of energy that travels through the Earths layers
Constructive force
A process that help build up the Earth
Destructive force
A process that breaks down the Earth
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Science Vocabulary 12.1
Nucleic acid
Double helix
Nucleosome
Template
Complex biomolecule that stores cellular information in the f…
Twisted ladder shape formed by two strands of nucleotides twi…
Formed when phosphate groups in DNA create a negative charge,…
A molecule of DNA that is a pattern for synthesis of a new DN…
Nucleic acid
Complex biomolecule that stores cellular information in the f…
Double helix
Twisted ladder shape formed by two strands of nucleotides twi…
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Science Vocabulary 1-12
hypothesis
scientific theory
deduction
inference
A proposed, scientifically testable explanation for an observ…
a well-tested concept that explains a wide range of observati…
A form of reasoning that begins with a generalization, then a…
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning
hypothesis
A proposed, scientifically testable explanation for an observ…
scientific theory
a well-tested concept that explains a wide range of observati…
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Science Vocabulary 12-1
Oil
Natural Gas
Coal
Pressure
A flammable liquid produced from remains of marine organisms…
A flammable material, without a definite form, produced from…
A natural resource made from remains of swamp plants from mil…
Force of objects pushing on other objects
Oil
A flammable liquid produced from remains of marine organisms…
Natural Gas
A flammable material, without a definite form, produced from…
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Chapter 12.1 and 12.2 Vocabulary Science
physical change
chemical change
reactants
products
any change that alters the form or appearance of a substance…
a change in matter that produces one or more new substances
substances that undergo the chemical changes
the new substances that form
physical change
any change that alters the form or appearance of a substance…
chemical change
a change in matter that produces one or more new substances
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12.1-12.4 Science Vocabulary
Law of Universal Gravitation
Solstice
Equinox
Crescent
Every object in the universe attracts every other object, dep…
The two days of the year in which the sun's most direct rays…
The two days of the year when day and night are almost the sa…
The moon phase in which we see less than half of the moon's s…
Law of Universal Gravitation
Every object in the universe attracts every other object, dep…
Solstice
The two days of the year in which the sun's most direct rays…
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Science vocabulary 12/1/16
Vertebrates
Class
Family
Fossil record
An animal with a backbone and an internal skeleton.
A number of persons or things regarded as forming a group by…
A taxonomic rank in the classification of organisms between g…
All of the fossils that have been found on earth.earth EarEat…
Vertebrates
An animal with a backbone and an internal skeleton.
Class
A number of persons or things regarded as forming a group by…
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Physical Science Vocabulary: 12.1-12.4
amplitude
circular wave
crystallography
diffraction
measures how large the oscillation is; distance between rest…
formed on the surface of a calm sea by the action of the wind
the study of crystal structures by the means of X-Ray diffrac…
when waves encounter corners or obstructions, and bend and sp…
amplitude
measures how large the oscillation is; distance between rest…
circular wave
formed on the surface of a calm sea by the action of the wind
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Science Vocabulary (12/1/15)
Microorganisms
disease
virus
bacteria
a microbe is a microscopic organism, such as a bacterium, vir…
an illness that affects a person, animal, or plant; a conditi…
a disease- causing agent that is not considered to be living…
any of a group of single-celled microscopic organisms that ar…
Microorganisms
a microbe is a microscopic organism, such as a bacterium, vir…
disease
an illness that affects a person, animal, or plant; a conditi…
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Science vocabulary 12/1-12/2
Element
Molecule
Protein
Carbohydrate
Substance that is made entirely of one type of an atom
Group of atoms held together by attractive forces called chem…
Large molecules made up of smaller molecules called amino acids
Molecules including sugars, starches, and fiber
Element
Substance that is made entirely of one type of an atom
Molecule
Group of atoms held together by attractive forces called chem…
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Week 12 Science Vocabulary
Energy
Law of Conservation of Energy
Energy Transformation
Potential Energy
is the ability to do work or cause change.
energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed from…
occurs when one form of energy changes into another type of e…
the energy an object has due to its position or shape.
Energy
is the ability to do work or cause change.
Law of Conservation of Energy
energy cannot be created or destroyed, only transformed from…
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Unit 1 Science Vocabulary 1-12
conclusion
data
experiments
hypothesis
the answer to the scientific question
information collected during an investigation
the testing of a hypothesis
an educated guess as to what the answer to a scientific quest…
conclusion
the answer to the scientific question
data
information collected during an investigation
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Science vocabulary week of 12/1/2014.
amplitude
frequency
sound
vibrate
the distance between the resting point and trough or crest: t…
the number of crests or troughs of a wave that passes by a ce…
a form of energy that is produced by vibrations and can be he…
to move back and forth quickly.
amplitude
the distance between the resting point and trough or crest: t…
frequency
the number of crests or troughs of a wave that passes by a ce…
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Science Vocabulary List 12
deep-ocean current
delta
dendrites
density
an ocean current caused by differences in water temperature
a fan-shaped land mass at the mouth of a river
branch out of the nerve cell and receive signals from other c…
the ratio of mass to volume
deep-ocean current
an ocean current caused by differences in water temperature
delta
a fan-shaped land mass at the mouth of a river
26 terms
Science Vocabulary 12-1-16
Kilo (King)
Hecto (Henry)
Deca (Died)
Base (By)
1000
100
10
Basic Unit
Kilo (King)
1000
Hecto (Henry)
100
Science Vocabulary Words (1-12)
atom
electron
nucleus
electron cloud
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties…
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
An atom's central region which is made up of protons and neut…
A region around the nucleus of an atom (electrons can be foun…
atom
The smallest unit of an element that maintains the properties…
electron
A subatomic particle that has a negative charge
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Science Vocabulary 1/12/16
Mixture
Solution
Dissolve
Solute
If physical combination of two or more substances that are no…
A mixture that appears to be a single substance but is compos…
Articles of substances separate and spread evenly throughout…
Substance that is dissolved
Mixture
If physical combination of two or more substances that are no…
Solution
A mixture that appears to be a single substance but is compos…
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Vocabulary Science 12/1/16
Astrophysics
Astrnomy
Biology
Botany
branch of physics dealing with heavenly bodies
Deals with celestial objects
The study of life
The study of plants
Astrophysics
branch of physics dealing with heavenly bodies
Astrnomy
Deals with celestial objects
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Science Vocabulary Feburary 1-12
Abiotic
Biotic
Scavenger
Herbivore
Non-living factors in an ecosystem; rain, sun, temperature (c…
Living factors in an ecosystem; producers, consumers, ands de…
a type of decomposer that breaks dead animals into pieces and…
An animal that eats plants rather than other animals.
Abiotic
Non-living factors in an ecosystem; rain, sun, temperature (c…
Biotic
Living factors in an ecosystem; producers, consumers, ands de…
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Life Science Vocabulary 12/1
abiotic factor
atmosphere
biotic factor
climate
nonliving thing in an ecosystem
layer of gases surrounding Earth
living thing in an ecosystem
average weather conditions in an area over time
abiotic factor
nonliving thing in an ecosystem
atmosphere
layer of gases surrounding Earth
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Science Vocabulary 12-1-16
Community
Population
Renewable
Nonrenewable
All of the populations of different species that live in the…
A group of organisms belonging to the same species that live…
Any resource that can naturally be restored over time
A resource that cannot be easily replaced by natural means, a…
Community
All of the populations of different species that live in the…
Population
A group of organisms belonging to the same species that live…
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science vocabulary 12-1-16
Earth centered model
Sun centered model
Galileo Gallei
Mercury
Greek scientist thought the planets, the son, and the moon we…
in 1543 Nicholas Copernicus published the idea that the moon…
...
closest planet to the sun. The first American spacecraft miss…
Earth centered model
Greek scientist thought the planets, the son, and the moon we…
Sun centered model
in 1543 Nicholas Copernicus published the idea that the moon…
7 terms
Vocabulary Science (12/1/16)
Theory Of evolution
Generation
Diversity
Homologous Structure
This theory stated that animals could evolve from other anima…
one step in the line of descent of a family
(n.) difference, variety; a condition of having many differen…
Structures in different species that are similar because of c…
Theory Of evolution
This theory stated that animals could evolve from other anima…
Generation
one step in the line of descent of a family
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Science Vocabulary Words 1-12
Atom
Ion
Dependent Variable
Molecule
The smalls particle of matter that can still be considered an…
an atom or group of atoms with an electric charge of +/-
the observed variable in an experiment or study whose charges…
a neutral group of atoms joined by covalent bonds
Atom
The smalls particle of matter that can still be considered an…
Ion
an atom or group of atoms with an electric charge of +/-
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Science 12 1:4 Vocabulary
Enzyme
Calorie
Esophagus
Villi
A protein that speeds up chemical reactions in the body
The amount of energy needed to raise the temp of one gram of…
After food moves through the mouth it goes into the esophagus…
Cover the inside of the small intestine and absorbs nutrients
Enzyme
A protein that speeds up chemical reactions in the body
Calorie
The amount of energy needed to raise the temp of one gram of…
8 terms
Science vocabulary 1-12-16
Magnet
Magnetic poles
Magnetic force
Electromagnetism
A body, as a piece of iron or steel, that possesses the prope…
A region of a magnet towards which the lines of magnetic indu…
Attraction or repulsion that arises between electrically char…
A branch of physics which involves the study of the electroma…
Magnet
A body, as a piece of iron or steel, that possesses the prope…
Magnetic poles
A region of a magnet towards which the lines of magnetic indu…
10 terms
Science Vocabulary Words - Williams 6.1 12/11/15
SOLID
LIQUID
GAS
ENERGY
matter that has a definate shape and volume
water that has a definate volume but not a definate shape. It…
matter that has no definate shape or volume. It spreads out.
the capacity to do work. This causes changes in the shape of…
SOLID
matter that has a definate shape and volume
LIQUID
water that has a definate volume but not a definate shape. It…
12 terms
12.1 Vocabulary- Physical Science
friction
static friction
sliding friction
rolling friction
a force that opposes the motion of objects that touch as they…
the friction force that acts on objects that are not moving
a force that opposes the direction of motion of an object as…
the friction force that acts on rolling objects
friction
a force that opposes the motion of objects that touch as they…
static friction
the friction force that acts on objects that are not moving
9 terms
Science Vocabulary 1/12/13
Mineral
Property
Cleavage
Streak
A naturally occurring substance that makes up rocks and has a…
Another word for characteristic
The way a mineral breaks along smooth flat surfaces
The color that is left behind from mineral powder when it is…
Mineral
A naturally occurring substance that makes up rocks and has a…
Property
Another word for characteristic
23 terms
Science Vocabulary February 1-12
Abiotic
Biotic
Scavenger
Herbivore
Non-living factors in an ecosystem
Living facters in an ecosystem
A type of decomposer that breaks dead animals into pieces and…
An animal that eats plants
Abiotic
Non-living factors in an ecosystem
Biotic
Living facters in an ecosystem
Ch. 12.1 Science Vocabulary
foreshock
aftershock
earthquake
focus
a small burst of shaking that occurs before a large earthquake
a small tremor that follows an earthquake
the movement of earth's crust resulting from the release of b…
the point below earth's surface where a rock breaks or slips…
foreshock
a small burst of shaking that occurs before a large earthquake
aftershock
a small tremor that follows an earthquake
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Science Ch. 12.1 Vocabulary
foreshock
aftershock
earthquake
focus
a small burst of shaking that occurs before a large earthquake
a small tremor that follows an earthquake
the movement of earth's crust resulting from the release of b…
the point below earth's surface where rock breaks or slips an…
foreshock
a small burst of shaking that occurs before a large earthquake
aftershock
a small tremor that follows an earthquake
15 terms
Science 12-1 12-2 vocabulary
Potential Energy
Electrical Energy
Mechanical Energy
Sound Energy
Stored enery due to the interaction between objects or partic…
Energy in an electric current
The sum of the potential Energy and kinetic Energy in a system
Energy carried by sound waves
Potential Energy
Stored enery due to the interaction between objects or partic…
Electrical Energy
Energy in an electric current
8 terms
Science/ Vocab 12.1 & Vocab 12.2
chordate
notochord
vertebrae
ectotherm
the phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
the small bones that make up the backbone
an animal whose body does not produce much internal heat
chordate
the phylum whose members have a notochord, a nerve cord, and…
notochord
a flexible rod that supports a chordate's back
12 terms
Science 12.1 and 12.2 vocabulary
Biosphere
Community
Population
Competition
The parts of Earth and the surrounding atmosphere where there…
All the populations of different species that live in the sam…
All the organisms of the same species that live in the same a…
Is the demand for resources, such as food, water, shelter, in…
Biosphere
The parts of Earth and the surrounding atmosphere where there…
Community
All the populations of different species that live in the sam…
19 terms
Science Vocabulary part 2: 12-1-15
carbohydrate
lipid
protein
nucleic acid
provide the cell with energy.
the fats, oils, and waxes found in living things.
made of smaller molecules called amino acids.
the molecules that hold the... instructions for the maintenance,…
carbohydrate
provide the cell with energy.
lipid
the fats, oils, and waxes found in living things.
Physical Science - 12.1-12.4 Vocabulary
force
newton (N)
net force
friction
a push or a pull that acts on an object
the SI unit for force, equal to the force that causes a 1-kil…
the overall force acting on an object after all the forces ar…
a force that opposes the motion of objects that touch as they…
force
a push or a pull that acts on an object
newton (N)
the SI unit for force, equal to the force that causes a 1-kil…
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