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Which level of government and branch does the mayor or manager serve in?
The Senate and House of Representatives are the bicameral legislatures of what?
Which level of government and branch makes state laws?
Which of the following describes a charter?
una cuchara
he sits
una taza
voy a dejar una propina
La mesa está sucia
Los platos están limpios
Buen provecho
¿Quieren algo de tomar?
¿Cuál es el pescado del día?
¿Puedo tener más aderezo, por favor?
The server just cleared the table.
Your table is ready!
Disculpe, pero me falta un tenedor.
Disculpe, ¿puedo tener más servilletas, por favor?
Disculpe. Es el plato equivocado.
¿Se sirve el desayuno aquí?
Which subject would you find a laboratory?
What is the name of the book that tells us how words are spelt and what their definition is?
Which subject would you use an easel in?
What is the name of the object you use to measure the size of an angle?
Which subject would you do an experiment in?
What is another name for a blackboard?
What is a timetable?
How do you correctly spell the name of the book that shows us groups of words that have similar meanings.
What is the name of the small glass tube that is used in scientific experiments?
What is the name of the place where food and drink are served at a school?
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A cat tries to catch a fish. What relationship is this?
What is the primary source of endergy in all ecosystems?
Which is an ABIOTIC factor that would affect the growth of a population within an ecosystem?
Prairie dogs rely on underground tunnels for their shelter. Which BEST explains how the prairie dog population is affected when their tunnels are disrupted and exposed?
Plants are...
A word that means the same thing as consumer is what?
The study of the interactions between living organisms and their environment is called what?
When space is limited in an ecosystem, how is a bird population MOST likely to be affected?
What are two ways nitrogen gas becomes fixated and changed to a usable form?
Which term BEST describes a flea on a dog?
Which of the following is NOT one of the five major biogeochemical cycles?
All the interconnected feeding relationships in an ecosystem make up a food...
What is at the base (or beginning) of a food web or chain?
Which statement about mutualism is correct?
The relationship between a carnivore and herbivore can be stated as...
An ecosystem is defined as...
How do producers (plants) take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide?
What contains the most carbon in the carbon cycle?
How to animals take in oxygen and give off carbon dioxide?
Which part of a food web has the most available energy?
Process USES oxygen
Does not use oxygen and makes ATP
Examples are alcoholic and lactic acid
Process occurs in the mitochondria
The process occurs in the cytoplasm
The process occurs in the chloroplast
The process is an endergonic reaction (energy enters)
This reaction has a light dependent part
This reaction is exergonic (energy exits) ....pick the one that makes the MOST ATP
This reaction produces water
Makes a total of 2 ATP
Must have oxygen (oxygen dependent)
Water is a byproduct
Makes beer, wine, and cheese
Occurs in the grana
Requires water
Releases oxygen
Use sugar and occurs in the cytoplasm
Use sugar and occurs in the mitochondria
Occurs in autotrophs
The cell membrane contains channels and pumps that help move materials from one side to the other. What are these channels and pumps made of?
Diffusion is the movement of molecules from
Particle transport that requires input of energy from the cell is
The diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane is called
An animal cell that is surrounded by fresh water will burst because the osmotic pressure causes
Once _______________ is reached, roughly equal numbers of molecules move in either direction across a semipermeable membrane, and there is no further change in concentration on either side of the membrane.
A red blood cell placed in pure water will __________________.
Molecules tend to move from an area where they are more concentrated to an area where they are less concentrated. This process is called ____________________.
How do facilitated diffusion and active transport differ?
A hyper-tonic salt solution has a higher concentration of solutes than a blood cell. What happens when a blood cell is placed in a hyper-tonic salt solution?
A molecule is..
Compounds are...
The substances that make up a mixture...
An example of a homogeneous mixture is...
An example of a heterogeneous mixture is...
The -Best Mixed- of all mixtures is a...
The smallest particle of an element that has the properties of that element is...
Chemical symbols are...
An alloy is...
The description of a chemical reaction using symbols and formulas is called a chemical...

 

 

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