Chap 1 vocab BIOLOGY
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  • BIOLOGY CHAPTER ONE Here we go…
  • Which variable is the experimenter in control of?
  • When graphing, which variable goes on the X axis?
  • In our heart rate/exercise lab what was the dependent variable?
  • Two organisms that can reproduce to produce fertile offspring are the same ___________?
  • An ___________ is a physical environment with different species interacting with both living and nonliving things?
  • My body is at a nearly constant temp of 98.6F This is an example of….?
  • The fact that organisms change over time is called…
  • Using your senses to observe scientific phenomena …
  • We gather this when doing a lab.
  • A proposed answer to our question in an experiment.
  • An inherited trait that gives an organism an advantage over other organisms.
  • An inherited trait that gives an organism an advantage over other organisms.
  • An inherited trait that gives an organism an advantage over other organisms. If two separate populations evolve enough they can become different __________
  • This variable goes on the Y axis when graphing.
  • In an experiment I want to see how well Coke works when watering plants compared to milk. In the experiment I also have a plant that I just use regular water on. This is the ____________
  • The genetic material of an organism.
  • What does DNA stand for?
  • What does DNA stand for?