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Mrs. Jones's science



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6th grade science ch 1

  • adaptation -- a charachteristic that wnables an organism to survive and reproduce in its enviroment
  • bacteria -- single-celled organisms that do not have a necleus
  • nonvascular -- a low growning plant that does not have tubes to carry materials
  • biosphere -- part of the Earth that can support living things
  • classification -- a grouping of things according to their similarites
  • vascular plant -- a plant that has tubes for carrying water and nutrients throughout the organism
  • species -- a group of very similar organisms whose members can mate with one another and produce offspring that are able to mate
  • fungi -- members of a kindom of mostly many-celled organisms, some of which break down other organisms; includes mushrooms, yeasts, and molds

ch 9 science

  • ignous rock -- type of rock formed when lava or magma cools and hardens
  • crust -- the outermost and thinnest of Earth's layers
  • plate -- a large section of Earth's crust and upper mantle
  • metamorphic -- a type of rock formed when existing rock is heated at high pressures and temperatures
  • core -- the center part of Earth which includes the liquid outer core and solid inner core
  • sedementary -- tyupe of rock formed when sediments are pressed and cemented together
  • mantle -- the layer of Earth between the crust and the core

mrs jones science ch 7

  • sleet -- frozen rain drops
  • altocumulus -- 200-7000 m puffy, white, like cotton--bottoms like dark
  • aquifer -- the layer of rock and soil that groundwater flows through
  • condensation -- the changing of a gas into a liquid (a dew and cool grass)
  • sublimation -- when ice turns into water vapor without first melting
  • thunderheads -- 1000--12000 m high
  • fog -- ground level
  • salinity -- the measure of how salty water is
  • reservoir -- a lake that is formed behind a dam
  • precipitation -- the water leaving clouds as rain, snow, sleet, or hail
  • cirrus clouds -- 6000 m above ground-- thin wispy and white
  • stratus -- less than 2000m --covers whole sky--look dark
  • water table -- the top level of ground water in an aquifer
  • evaporation -- the changing of a liquid into a gas

Mrs. Jones science ch 7

  • salinity -- the measure of how salty water is
  • reservoir -- a lake formed behind a dam
  • water table -- ttop livel of groundwater in an aquifer
  • aquifer -- the layer of rock and soil that groundwater flows through
  • condensation -- the changeing of a gas into a liquid (a dew and cool grass)

Ms Vangeli's math

  • 2 pt = _____c -- 4
  • 400mm=____cm -- 40
  • 4h18ms-3h15mn -- 1h3mns
  • 16c=____qt -- 4
  • 15 ft= _____yd -- 5
  • 16 qt= ____gal -- 4
  • 4,100cm=____m -- 41
  • 5h18mns-2h6mns -- 3h 11mns
  • 3 ft =_____ in -- 36
  • 32 fl oz= ___c -- 4
  • 8.4g= ___mg -- 8,400
  • 6h7mns+2h12mns -- 8h 20mns
  • 2 gal=___qt -- 16

science ch 2

  • nucleus -- contains DNA which controls how the body grows and change
  • cytoplasm -- all material of the cell between the cell membrane and the nucleus
  • organ -- a grouping of different tissues combined together into one structure to perform a main job in the body
  • cell memebrane -- surround the cell, allows certain material to enter the cell and waste to leave
  • chloroplast -- green part of a plant cell that uses the energy and sunlight that turns water and carbon dioxide into oxygen and sugar
  • tissue -- a group of the same kind of cells working together doing the same job
  • mitochondria -- are the cells power producers, they provide energy for the cells
  • cell wall -- tough material surrounding the cell membrane in plant cells that provides support and protection
  • vacuole -- in cells, they store and break down materials-in plant cells, they store water
  • organ system -- a group of organs that work together to carry out a life process

science ch 1

  • vertebrate -- animals that have a backbone
  • kingdom -- the highest and most general group of organisms
  • species -- lowest level of classification and most specific
  • classify -- to put things into groups
  • class -- the next level of classification and most specific
  • invertebrate -- animals that does not have a backbone
  • phylum -- the next level of classification below kingdom

science ch 10

  • resource -- any supply that will meet a need
  • fossil fuel -- energy source formed from the remains of once living things from long ago
  • geothermal -- energy produced by thermal energy inside of Earth
  • nonrenewable -- a resource that can not be replaced on the timescale of human history
  • hydroelectric -- producing electricity by using the power of flowing water
  • renewable -- a resource that can be replaced in a reasonable amount of time
  • solar energy -- energy from sunlight
  • biomass -- remains of anything that lived recently

science ch 3

  • mucus -- a sticky, thick fluid that traps dust, germs and other things that may be in the air
  • air sacs -- tiny, thin walled pouches in the lungs
  • artery -- a type of blood vessel that carries blood away from the heart to other parts of the body
  • valve -- an opening that allows blood to flow in one direction but stops it from flowing in another direction
  • bronchioles -- tubes that branch out from the bronchi
  • vein -- a type of blood vessel that carries blood from the cells back to the heart
  • trachea -- a tube that carries air from the throat to the lungs
  • esophagus -- a tube in the throat with rings of muscule that help you swallow food
  • capillary -- the smallest type of blood vessel

science ch 4

  • xylem -- tubes in vascular plants that crry water and other nutrients
  • pollination -- moving of pollen from the steman to the pistil
  • tropism -- a way that plants change their growth because of something outside of them
  • photosynthiesis -- a process by which plants use light energy to make sugar
  • pollen -- a grainy yellow powder made in a tissue at teh top of the steman of a flower
  • spore -- a tiny plant cell that will develop into a new plant
  • phloem -- tubes in vascular plants that carry sugar away
  • embryo -- new plant inside a seed
  • growth hormon -- a chemical that causes more cells to grow and helps cells grow bigger

science ch 5

  • community -- the group of all the populations in an area
  • energy pyramid -- a diagram that shows the amounts of energy that flows through each level of a food chain
  • population -- a group of organisms of one species that live in an area at the same time
  • habitat -- the place in an ecosystem in which an organism lives
  • ecosystem -- all the living and nonliving things in an area
  • niche -- the job that an organism has in an ecosystem
  • cycle -- a repeating process or flow of material through a system

science ch 6

  • structural adap -- a body part that helps the organism survive
  • extinct -- when no members of a kind of organism left
  • mutation -- a change in the organism's genes
  • pesticide -- a poisin that kills insects
  • inherit -- receiving of parent's genes, half of them from esach parent
  • behavioral adap -- an inherited behavior that helps the animal survive
  • antibiotics -- medicines used to kill desease-causing bacteria

science ch 7

  • aquifer -- the layer of rock and soil that ground water flows through
  • condensation -- the changing of a gas into a liquid ( dew )
  • sublimation -- when ice turns into water vapor without first melting
  • salinity -- the measure of how salty water is
  • reservoir -- a lake form behind a dam
  • precipitation -- the water leaving clouds as rain, snow, sleet or hail
  • water table -- the top level of ground water in an aquifer
  • evaporation -- the changing of a liquid into a gas
  • sleet -- frozen rain drops

science ch 8

  • front --
  • rain gauge --
  • air mass --
  • barometer --
  • convection curr --
  • anemometer --
  • climate --

science ch8

  • air mass -- a large body of air with similar properties all through it
  • barometer -- a tool used to measure air pressure
  • anemometer -- a tool used to measure wind speed
  • climate -- the average of weather conditions over a long time
  • front -- a boundary between two air masses
  • rain gauge -- a tool used to measure how much rain has fallen
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