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Vocabulary yr

  1. 1. Life ScienceVocabulary First Semester
  2. 2. Experimental Design Vocab hypothesis  Meterstick constants  Graduated cylinder Independentvariable  Triple beam balance Dependent variable  Procedure Control  Conclusion Data table  Metric system Graphs  Liter Volume  Meter Area  gram mass  Thermometer
  3. 3. Cells in Action Vocabulary Diffusion  Mitosis Osmosis  Chromosome Passive transport  Homologous chromosome Active transport  Interphase Endocytosis  Prophase Exocytosis  Metaphase Photosynthesis  Anaphase Glucose  telophase Cellular respiration  Cytokinesis fermentation  centromere
  4. 4. Parts of the Cells Vocabulary Cell  Endoplasmic Cell theory reticulum Robert Hooke  Mitochondria Anton van  Golgi complex Leewenhoek  Vesicle Cell membrane  Lysosome Organelle  Vacuole Nucleus  Chloroplast Prokaryote  Tissue Eukaryote  Organ Cell wall  Organ system ribosome  organism
  5. 5. Heredity & DNA Vocabulary  Gregor Mendel  Selective breeding  Heredity  DNA  Dominant trait  Nucleotide  Recessive trait  Rosalind Franklin  Gene  Watson & Crick  Phenotype  Transfer RNA (tRNA)  Genotype  Messenger RNA  Meiosis (mRNA)  Sex chromosomes  Mutation  Walter Sutton  Substitution  Sex-linked disorder  Insertion  Punnett Square  deletion
  6. 6. Evolution & GTS Vocabulary Adaptation  Absolute dating Species  Geologic Time Evolution Scale Fossil  Extinct Charles Darwin  Plate tectonics Natural selection  Pangaea Overproduction  Precambrian Time Inherited variation  Paleozoic Era Struggle to survive  Mesozoic Era Successful reproduction  Cenozoic Era Speciation  Hominid Relative dating  Homo sapien  Neanderthal

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