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Constantinople grew rich because it
Followers of Islam, Christianity and the Jewish faith all believe in what?
Which of the following is one of the 5 pillars of Islam?
The code of Justinian clearly stated...
The Byzantines recorded and saved the knowledge of...
Muslims must pray five times...
The birthplace of Islam is
Which of the following is not one of the 5 pillars of Islam?
What is the name of the Muslim month of fasting?
The capital of the Byzantine Empire was
A muslim ruler was called...
The Muslim God is called...
The journy to Mecca that each Muslim makes called the Hajj must be done once...
Constantine was the first _____ Emperor to rule the Roman Empire.
During the month of fasting, muslims are not to eat or drink...
People who constantly move from one place to another are called
What is function of the kidney's?
What system are the kidneys in?
Is the heart a muscle?
What system is the liver in?
Why can the alveoli and capillaries exchange gases?
What is cellular respiration?
Why is it possible to eat upside down?
Where are nutrients absorbed into the blood?
Is the hypothalamus part of the brain?
What is the heart's job?
A force can best be defined as:
Which of the following is an example of a net force?
Which of the following is not a possible effect of a force?
In which situation does the motion of an animal show that a net force is acting on that animal?
Which of the following statements bests states Newton's second law?
Choose the best ending. If an object is traveling with a constant velocity...
You see an object accelerate towards the left. Which of the following statements is correct?
What is the net force on a car if the force of friction is 15 N and the forward force due to the engine is 20 N?
A force can best be defined as:
Which of the following is not a possible effect of a force?
Summarize why life is possible on the Earth.
Day and night on Earth are due to:
The revolution of the Earth around the sun takes approximately....
What is the central and largest body in the solar system?
What force keeps the planets in a regular and predictable motion around the sun?
Which of the following correctly describes the sun?
How long does it take the moon to revolve around the Earth?
If an astronaut weighs 100 pounds on Earth, approximately what would he weigh on the moon?
Auroras, or the northern lights, are caused by....
Regions of the sun that are cooler than the rest of the photosphere are known as....
The Sun is classified as a ........
The Sun is composed mostly of?
What is the source of energy from the Sun and other stars?
What is the main reason that summer is warmer than winter?
What season is it in Indiana when the southern hemisphere of the earth is tilted towards the sun?
If the mass of an object increases, then the amount of ________ will be greater as well.
As the Earth revolves around the sun, the tilt of its axis changes the angle that the sun\'s rays strike the surface, therefore causing a change of......
The areas on the moon that look like dark patches are called......
Why don't we ever see the far side of the moon?
The time that it takes for the Earth to revolve around the Sun is called ......
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The plaza (if you get this wrong....)
To turn
Un acción del policía cuando una persona es maneja peligroso.
La opuesta de ancho.
The subway
To be in a hurry
You need to use this to cross over a river (when you're driving a car)
La opuesta de ¨ir¨
La opuesta de seguro (safe).
You spend hours waiting in this.
The person who drives a car.
One of four on a square.
Cierto o falso: Tú paras a la señal de parada.
Cierto o falso: Tú necesitas un permiso de manejar para manejar.
La opuesta de rápidamente.
As far as.
The stoplight
Temperature is an example of
It is cold in January is an example of
The condition of the Earth's atmosphere at a particular time and place is
The climate of the windward side of a mountain is predicted to be
The climate of the leeward side of a mountain is predicted to be
A cold ocean current will create a
The temperature today is 97 degrees. This is an example of
The Great Plain has average rainfall because moisture from the Gulf
The high amount of rainfall on the windward side of a mountain is due to
The leeward side of the mountain does not get much rain because
What type of symmetry do echinoderms have?
An echinoderm has a(n)
The echinoderm skeleton is made of
All are functions of the water vascular system EXCEPT
All are echinoderms EXCEPT
The spines of a sea star are used for
When feeding the star everts its _____________ onto the soft parts of its prey.
The sea star nervous system consists of a
Water enters the water vascular system through the
Water is pushed into the tube feet by contraction of the
An infectious particle made of a strand of nucleic acid surrounded by protein is a
Any organism or particle that can cause an infectious disease is called a
What part of a virus determines which host the virus infects?
Viruses that infect bacteria are called
In which of the following types of infection will the infected host cell burst?
The protein shell of a virus is called a
The main reason that viruses are not considered to be living things is because —
When HIV causes a lysogenic infection, it can remain dormant for years. When it becomes a lytic infection, it
HIV is considered a retrovirus because it
A substance that stimulates the body's immune response against future invasion by microbes is a
The Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that nearly all job growth over the next 10 years will occur in the
All of the following would be an example of a WHITE COLLAR job except
Jobs change over time for all of the following reasons EXCEPT:
____________ is transferring portions of work to outside suppliers rather than completing it internally.
A permanent employee cannot be terminated.
A ____________ is money calculated on an annual basis for work completed.
_____ is the assignment of an employee to another job in the company with similar level of responsibility.
Eligible employees are allowed to take unpaid, job-protected leave for specified family and medical reasons.
The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 requires employers to make reasonable work accommodations.
Which of the following is an example of a quantitative observation?
Eric is testing whether fertilizer affects plant height. Plant A: No Fertilizer. Plant B: Fertilizer #1. Plant C: Fertilizer #2. Plant D: Fertilizer #3. Which is the control?
If Sean is testing how diet pills on sample groups of 100 people each, what would be the independent/manipulated variable?
Are science and technology reciprocal, meaning they correlated and dependent on each other?
A pure substance composed of one type of atom is considered a(n)
Rusting and burning are examples of
Dissolving, boiling point, color, and texture are examples of
A horizontal line on a Distance vs. Time graph represents
A horizontal line on a Velocity vs. Time graph represents
If an object appears red, we know that
If an object absorbs all wavelengths of light, it appears
Cells perform specialized functions. Which cell would function similarly to a cell in the heart?
Hereditary information is contained within __________ which are made of DNA and make up chromosomes.
Producers transform sunlight into chemical energy through ______________.
An organism that can transform sunlight into chemical energy through photosynthesis is a(n) ________________________.
What causes thunderstorms?
Gas giant planets are relatively large, cold, and far from the sun. Which are the gas giant planets?
Terrestrial planets are relatively small, warm, and close to the sun. Which are terrestrial (inner) planets?
What is one reason many people called for changes to the Articles of Confederation?
Smaller states opposed the Virginia Plan because they
Which of these resolved conflict between the two plans of government presented at the Constitutional Convention?
Besides representation, what other major issue required delegates to compromise during the Constitutional Convention?
Why did some people oppose ratification of the Constitution?
How does the Constitution reflect the principle of separation of powers?
How can the judicial branch check the powers of the executive and legislative branches?
How can Congress pass a bill over a presidential veto?
Why do you think the Framers chose not to give the President the power to declare war?
The First Amendment would protect people who want to
Under the Bill of Rights, which of the following is NOT protected?
Which of the following could be considered a responsibility of citizens?
The opening phrase of the Constitution, 'We the People' , means that the Constitution gets its authority from
Comparing two things using like or as
Which word indicates a Tone?
Classical Greek Idealist
The Masque of Red Death is
One of these things is not like the other:
According to Romantics, cities are
English is
Which speech mentions Judas' Kiss
Who damned us for all eternity according to the Puritans?
Pick a Letter
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Actor-observer bias is ?
When someone says that someone has a self-serving bias, that means?
What are the 3 compentents of personality according to Freud?
What is personality?
Define the unconscious part of the mind?
Who was the first person to use psychoanalysis?
Denial is when a person?
Projection is when a person?
Regression is when a person
A cardinal personality trait is ?
When a poet compares two things by using like or as.
When a poet compares two things directly, without using like or as.
When a poet repeats a word, phrase, line or group of lines.
A single unit of poetry; it may or may not be a complete sentence.
A group of lines that form a unit.
When a poet gives human qualities to an inanimate object.
When an author uses exaggeration for emphasis or effect.
A piece of writing organized in lines.
When a poet uses two or more words with similar end sounds.
When a poet compares two unlike things directly, without like or as.
What is the shallowest part of the continental margin?
Which of the following is formed as a result of underwater erosion by wave action?
Where does the continental plate end?
Which features are hot springs that form along mid-ocean ridges?
Which are the most prominent feature of the ocean floor and can be seen from satellites?
Which structures cover half of the ocean floor and are very flat areas?
This feature usually has a steep drop off and can be an upwelling area.
Which can be used to make bathymetric maps of the ocean floor?
Which v-shaped stuctures dominant the continental slope from New York to Maryland?
What are volcanic features along the ocean floor less than 1000 meters?
Which properties of water might you use to find out if a beaker contains water?
Which of the following is NOT a physical property of matter?
A finds an object with a mass of 64.54 g and a volume of 14 cm3. What is its density?
Which of the following is NOT a chemical property?
What is malleability?
Solubility is a ____________ property.
Which of the following a proper unit for expressing density?
A forensic scientist tries to identify a chemical compound at a scene. Which pair of properties will be most useful in the identification process?
A statue and a coin are made out of the same material. Which property will likely be the same for both the statue and the coin?
The condensation point is the temperature at which a substance turns from...
Which is true of all living things?
Which is properly organized from smallest to largest in structure?
Which is one difference between bacterial cells and onion skin cells?
Which part of a plant cell allows it to maintain a plan't rigid form?
Which function does the Golgi Complex perform for the cell?
Which function do chloroplasts perform in plant cells?
Which of the following help to produce the energy-storing molecule "ATP" through the process of Cellular Respiration/
All cells have to carry out major functions to sustain life. Which do cells possess in order to accomplish this?
Which of the following is in the correct order?
Which of the following would a muscle cell in the leg of an athlete have a large amount of?
What is true about the kinds of matter present before and after that matter undergoes a physical change?
What is true about the types of matter present before and after the matter undergoes a chemical change?
Which types of changes follow the law of conservation of mass?
How does heating an object cause a chemical change?
How do you know when a chemical change has occured?
When paper is burned, the mass of the remaining ash is less than the mass of the original paper. Which statement best explains this result?
Which of the following is NOT an example of a physical change?
Which of the following scientists made the biggest contributions to the law of conservation of mass?
If I put a bunch of ice cubes into a glass of water and mark the level of the water, what observation would be made as we watch the ice melt?
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
What are the smallest unit of an element that maintain the properties of that element?
Which of these is an example of a compound?
Which of the following is a type of pure substance?
Which of the following would be considered an organic compound?
What type of elements are shiny, solid, non-conductive, and non-malleable?
What happens when a pure substance undergoes a chemical change?
What type of properties are best for seperating mixtures?
Which of the following a the BEST example of a suspension?
Which of the following is NOT a colloid?
What is another name for a homogeneous solution?
What scientist first developed the idea of the atom?
What is the name of the most current atomic model?
Which part of an atom contains the most mass?
What part of an atom is refered to by the atomic number?
What part of an atom is refered to by the mass number?
If an atom has a mass number of 33 and has 17 neutrons in the nucleus, what else is true about this atom?
What term is used to refer to two atoms of the same element with different atomic masses?
If a neon atom has the second electon level completely filled, how many electrons does the atom contain total?
If an atom of atomic number 4 has a +2 overall charge, how many electrons does the atom contain?
Why is the mass of an atom's electrons not included in the mass number?
Which statement is true?
What organism contains a eukaryotic cell?
How many nulei are in a eukaryotic cell?
How many cells are in a cell?
The basic unit of all living things is...
What might you look at with a microscope?
Which cell has rigid walls
Chlorplasts are found only in...
A nerve cell looks similar to a ...
A neuron is the cell in the ...
Why can you say that a plant cell has sides?
Which answer has the levels of organization in order?
What is function of muscular system?
What makes up the integumentary system?
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is a socioeconomic system structured upon the common ownership of the means of production and characterized by the absence of social classes, money, and the state
Which of the following does NOT describe capitalism?
Which of the following does NOT describe communism?
A system of government in which power is vested in the people, who rule either directly or through freely elected representatives. Equality and Rights are important characteristics of this system.
is a political system in which the state holds total authority over the society and seeks to control all aspects of public and private life wherever possible.
Which of the following is incorrectly paired?
a theory prominent from the 1950s to the 1980s, that speculated that if one state in a region came under the influence of communism, then the surrounding countries would follow
a United States policy to prevent the spread of communism abroad.
Political Document that established that the United States would provide political, military and economic assistance to all democratic nations under threat from external or internal authoritarian forces.
Socialism is most similar to which of the following Economies?
A mixed economy is the most similar to which of the following economies?
Which of the following would NOT exist in a TRUE capitalist society?
Jim is tired of being poor. He works everyday, but it seems that the only person that makes enough money is his boss, but maybe some day Jim will be the boss. In what economic system does Jim live?
Jim is tired of being poor. He works everyday, but it seems that the only person that makes enough money is his boss, and Jim know he'll never be the boss. What economic system would better suit Jim in terms of economic equality?
If a nation switches from a communist economy to a capitalist economy, which of the following NOT a problem with this transformation?
What pathogen causes influenza?
Diseases can either be ______ or ________.
Which pathogen causes AIDS?
Athelete's foot is caused by which pathogen?
An infectious disease can be spread..
What is one of the major symptoms of Parkinson's disease?
Diabetes is a condition that deals with abnormally high ______ levels.
Too much exposure to UV light can lead to
Which is a group of infectious diseases?
Which pathogen causes strep throat?
When located on an environmental surface cold viruses cannot reproduce.
A ______ is a condition that does not allow the body to function normally.
These type of diseases are not caused by pathogens.
Which organ system does Asthma affect?
Which is an example of a field that can be formatted with an input mask?
You want to create a list of ice cream flavors that will allow only 5 choices. Which field property would you use.
What is the default answer for a yes/no field
A record is a?
You are formatting the field properties for the cost of cars what format should you use?
A field is a?
Students in a database are listed from tallest to shortest. This is an example of?
Your social security number or lunch number are an example of what field propery?
Which field property will allow you to make extensive notes or comments about a record?
336-555-5555 or 12/15/1015 are examples of what field property?
Birds can regulate their body temperature; they are _____________.
The ___________ has venom, a paddle like tail, and salt glands
A lizard that swims and feeds in the ocean is the _______________.
Seabirds spread an oil through their feathers when they _______________.
The most widely distributed marine reptile is the ___________.
The pattern of reproduction for sea turtles is
The marine reptile that guards its eggs in the nest until they hatch is the
Marine reptiles may have any of the following features except
Sea turtles leave the water and come up on land to
Marine turtles have all of the following adaptations except
The female sea turtle lays eggs that have a
An adaptive feature that shorebirds have for food-getting is
Penguins have all of the following adaptations except
The sandpiper's beak, used to find tiny creatures in the sand, is
The bird that has webbed feet for moving in the water is the
Marine reptiles are found primarily in
The osprey uses its sharp talons to
What is the class of birds?
What is the order of snakes and lizards
What is the order of sea turtles?
what is the measure of the pull of gravity on an object?
Which natural process results in offspring that are genetically identical to one parent?
which determines the state of matter of a substance?
A student flips a light switch but the light does not turn on. Based on this information which inference is not valid?
What is earth's inner core made of?
why does an apple look red
which is not an example of a symbiotic relationship?
when do eclipses happen?
a reflector helps people in cars see a bicycle when it is dark. How do bicycle reflectors work?
which list has all terrestrial planets?
which of the following determines a year?
what type of rock forms from the deposition of material at the earth's surface?
where does the energy come from for the water cycle?
A pure substance made up of one type of atom is
Which of the following is an example of a physical change?
A student observed that bacteria may be white or yellow in color. This is an example of which type of observation.
An object's resistance to a change in motion is known as
Which is an example of a population?
Which type of rock is formed from magma and lava?
A policy published by whomever owns the computer that identifies rules and behavior that must be followed by anyone using that organization’s computer, network or Internet
Unsolicited email sent from someone unknown to the person receiving the email
These are created when you use your browser to visit a website to keep track of your movements within the site, help you resume where you left off, remember your registered login, and preferences
A program that searches for and identifies items in a database that correspond to keywords or characters specified by the user used on the Internet
Connects one computer to other computers and peripheral devices
Any hardware capable of holding information.
A device that is physically connected to your computer
Any input, output or storage device that is plugged into the computer
A device that is physically connected to your computer.
A policy published by whomever owns the computer that identifies rules and behavior that must be followed by anyone using that organization’s computer, network or Internet.
What is the major physical feature that ALL of the civilizations were centered around that made their daily lives possible?
Which choice is NOT a river one of the Civilizations were around?
What is the difference between Paleolithic and Neolithic?
What is a major similarity concerning the religion of all the civilizations?
What is the definition for social structure?
What is the definition for technology?
This Civilization had Ziggurats; invented chariots, the wheel and arch; used cuneiform; and had 3 level in society-upper, common, and slaves; was by the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers
This civilization had 3 seasons of planting; was by the Nile River; Embalmed their dead; had a monarchy with Pharoah as leader; made pyramids; had hieroglyphics.
This civilization was by the Huang He River; believed in ancestor worship; 1st to plant in rows; created silk; used logographs and oracle bones; was skilled in bronze work; had dynasty's
This civilization had sewer systems and a great bath; was beside the Indus Rover; language was Sanskrit; has the caste system; Hinduism is the main religion; religion is closely tied to their gov't;
Define stop sign in Spanish.
It's a big car.
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What scientist organized the periodic table that we currently use?
Why is it called the
How many elements are listed on the most current periodic table?
What do all of the elements in Group 1 have in common?
What is the unit for measuring the atomic mass?
What is the name for the elements in group 17?
What do the elements in the 3rd row of the period table all have in common?
How is the chemical symbol for an element determined?
Mark is reading in his science textbook and comes across a notation for an element: C-14. Which of the following is NOT something he can conclude from reading this notation?
Why does Carbon come before Nitrogen on the periodic table?
What does metamorphosis mean?
The belief that living things come from nonliving things is called ____.
Plant cells that are long and hollow transport ____ and water throughout the plant.
Vaccines are available for all of the following viral diseases EXCEPT ____.
During cold winter months, amphibians ____.
In undisturbed areas, older rock layers lie ____ successively younger rock layers.
The theory that living things come only from other living things is called ____.
Of the following, which represents a homozygous recessive genotype?
Haploid numbers of chromosomes are usually found in the ____ of an organism.
In DNA copying, the bonds between the nitrogen bases are broken by a(n) ____.
It is ok if yours is different from mine. There is no need to fight if we disagree
You owe this to anyone you come in contact with. It is the main part of etiquette
This is the name of the story we used to talk about having different opinions
Their role is to be a good example for the rest of the class. They were sometimes team captains
During the Respect lesson we learned it was rude to do this when other people are talking
It is important to do this while others are talking. If you don't, you will probably miss something important
Yelling at your parents, being rude to those in authority and bullying others is this
Be careful if you send these because they can never be deleted and can end up in the hands of somebody you do not want to see them
What are the three things you should incorporate into a speech
Properly bathing/showering, brushing your teeth and making sure your clothes are cleaned is called?
What does a subscript describe in a molecular formula?
All compounds are molecules, but not all molecules are compounds. This statement is...
Which term refers to the molecules that are present before a chemical reaction occurs?
Which of the following pairs is most likely to form an ionic bond?
Which of the following pairs will create the strongest atomic bond?
How many valence electrons are there on an Oxygen atom?
A chemical reaction starts with 2 H2 and O2. According to the Law of Conservation of Mass, how many hydrogen and oxygen should be in the product?
What coefficients would balance this equation? ___ C + ___ O2 --> ___ CO
What coefficients would balance this equation? ___Fe + ___ H2O --> ___ H2 + ___ Fe3O4
What coefficients would balance this equation? ___ C12H26 + ___ O2 --> ___ CO2 + ___ H2O
Mendel called plants that received different alleles for a trait from each parent ____.
Frogs hear with their ____.
In a Punnett square, a capital letter stands for a ____ allele.
____ is/are NOT a characteristic of all primates.
Which of these is a molecule?
The first name of the organism's scientific name is the ____.
Organic compounds always contain ____.
A group of organs working together to perform a certain function is a(n) ____.
Of the following, which is NOT an amphibian?
Things too small to be seen with other microscopes may be viewed with a(n) ____.
A time wage pays an employee
A compensation plan that combines regular wages or a salary with an additional amount depending on performance is called ___
Jobs which require more brawn than brain are called
Most jobs in America today require at least
In which of these job categories is growth expected to be the fastest over the next few years?
Employees who come together and negotiate as one group with the company about issues such as pay and working conditions are members of a ___.
The Family and Medical Leave Act applies to businesses with ___ employees.
The Family and Medical Leave Act allows workers to ___.
Which of these is not covered by the Civil Rights Act of 1964?
Performance evaluations
Major goals of a human resources department do not include ___.
An permanent employee
Downsizing is
The people who work for a business are known as
Termination refers to
Ending an employment relationship due to inappropriate work behavior is called
Human resource activity involving wage, salary and benefits planning.
A specific study of a job to identify in detail the job duties and skill requirements is called a
Letting employees have input as to their working hours and days is called
People are protected from job discrimination based on sexual preference by
Which type of jobs has not been impacted by computers and technology?
The dividing line between full-time and part-time workers is
An employee hired for a specified time period or for a particular task is called a
Cattle ranchers, iron miners, and commercial fishermen work in
The physical conditions and psychological atmosphere in which employees work is the
Changing positions to one with a similar level of responsibility is a
Which of the following employment benefits is not currently required under federal law?
The first step in the hiring process is
The most heavily unionized workforce is
Human resources activity involving managing promotions and terminations.
Which number represents the orbit of Saturn?
Which number represents the orbit of Venus?
This planet has a well known bright ring system.
This planet has a huge storm called the Giant Red Spot.
This planet has a belt of visible clouds.
This planet is tipped over on its side?
Explain how the celestial bodies stay in a regular and predictable motion.
Explain what force is responsible for ocean tides on Earth.
Explain the cause of changing seasons on the Earth.
What causes the moon to change its appearence thoughout the lunar cycle?
What is most likely to happen if the niches of two organisms overlap?
In a freshwater pond community, a Carp eats decaying material from around the bases of underwater plant, while a snail scrapes algae from the leaves and stems of the same plants. T
Name the process in which animals develop adaptations that result in changes that increase its chances of survival in a changing habitat.
Lichens are most likely to grow in the following type of area:
In ecology, succession refers to:
A type of succession that occurs on abandoned farmland is called
22. New soil is formed on the forest floor by the action of _________________ on leaf litter.
Darwin’s idea of natural selection focused on the idea that a population would
How are the final products of photosynthesis related to cellular respiration?
The energy of the sun is transformed into chemical energy in the form of carbohydrates by which process?
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Which part of the investigation is measured and results are recorded?
Which part of the investigation is a comparison to the independent variable?
Which hypothesis is written correctly?
Choose the IV: One egg was placed in water without salt, one was placed in water with 2 tbsp of salt, and one was placed in water with 4 tbsp of salt. Make observations to see if the egg floats or not.
Choose the DV: Eggs were placed in containers with and without salt to determine how high they would float. What's the DV?
Find the IV: If we increase the temperature of water, then the tablet will dissolve faster.
What's the DV: Does the height of a ramp affect the speed of a toy car?
Which describes quantitative observation?
What is energy from the sun called?
Which of the following is a nonrenewable source of energy?
Which of the following is caused by the burning of fossil fuels?
Which of the following is a problem with nuclear power?
Which source of energy makes global warming worse?
Which of the following harms the environment the most?
Which of the following is a type of renewable energy?
Renewable energy is also called _____.
What type of powerplant uses uranium?
How do we get coal?
What type of atom is used in a nuclear powerplant?
''I have a dream that one day this nation will rise up and live out the true meaning of its creed: ‘We hold these truths to be self-evident; that all men are created equal.'' --Which step was taken following this speech?
We conclude that in the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place. Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal.” —Brown v. Board of Edu - Which constitutional idea was the basis for this decision?
''Separate educational facilities are inherently unequal.'' -Brown v. Board of Education -----The effect of this Supreme Court ruling was to
When President Dwight D. Eisenhower sent Federal troops to Little Rock, Arkansas, during the 1957 school integration crisis, he was exercising his constitutional power as
Under Chief Justice Earl Warren, the Supreme Court was considered activist because of its
When necessary to achieve justice, which method did Martin Luther King, Jr., urge his followers to employ?
Which generalization can most accurately be drawn from a study of Supreme Court cases Plessy v. Ferguson and Brown v. Board of Education?
rtin Luther King, Jr. first emerged as a leader of the civil rights movement when he
Lunch counter sit-ins and the actions of freedom riders are examples of
In 1954, the Supreme Court decision in Brown v. Board of Education of Topeka advanced the civil rights movement by
“. . . I was disappointed not to see what is inside Central High School. I don’t understand why the governor of Arkansas sent grown-up soldiers to keep us out. “President Dwight D. Eisenhower reacted to the situation described in this passage by
In Plessy v. Ferguson (1896), the Supreme Court ruled that
Separate water fountains and restrooms during the 1950s was direct result of the
Martin Luther King Jr. told his listeners that it was time to end racism and segregation. He wanted justice for all. He wanted the United States to be a true democracy. Which idea from the Declaration of Independence best supports the speech?
''To separate African American school children from others of similar age and qualifications solely because of their race generates a feeling of inferiority '' - Brown v. Board ---What was the decision of the Supreme Court?
Which action designed to oppose a political or business policy is closest to the approach used by Martin Luther King, Jr.?
The Civil Rights Act of 1964 was passed in an effort to correct
In the US south, the number of registered African american voters grew by almost 500% in some states during the 1960s. Which of the following best explains this growth?
During the civil rights movement of the 1960s, activities of the Congress of Racial Equality, the National Urban League, and the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) illustrated that
Which of the following is the social movement to end segregation and racial discrimination in the United States during the 1950s and 1960s?
Hurricanes and winter storm systems are both high-pressure systems.
A hurricane brings heavy rains and tremendous winds to an area.
The source of energy for a blizzard is warm, tropical waters.
A severe winter storm can result when a cold, dry, dense air mass meets a warm, moist air mass.
An ice storm is a winter storm that happens when hail falls from clouds.
A maritime tropical air mass is moist and warm, so it probably formed over
Which describes the air motion in a low-pressure system?
Clear skies and gentle breezes are usually associated with a
Thunderstorms can form when
Which of these is NOT an effect of a thunderstorm?
What does a bolt of lightning produce?
Which of the following is true about tornados?
Which type of tornado is the most rare?
When an air mass reaches a new location, it brings its
A continental tropical air mass forms over land near the equator and is
What type of weather front forms when two air masses push against each other without moving?
What type of weather is associated with a low-pressure system?
What conditions can lead to the formation of a hurricane?
Which two effects of hurricanes can cause flooding?
Which of the following would be usual in a southern coastal state such as Florida?
How does a thunderstorm form?
Which of these is often a source of danger in both thunderstorms and winter storms?
Which of these would be most useful for studying cloud cover?
The term climate describes
In New England the months of June, July, and August example of typically have warm temperatures. This is an example of
Large bodies of water affect climate because
Which factor would cause a mountaintop in a warm region to be covered with snow?
Most climates are classified by
During summer in the tundra, a thin layer of surface soil thaws out. However, a deeper layer of soil underneath remains frozen year-round. This subclimate is characterized by
Which of these factors contributes to an urban heat island?
A city located in the middle of North America experiences extreme temperature changes during the year. This is an example of a(n)
It rained yesterday. Today it is sunny. Rain is predicted again for tomorrow. These are examples of
Concord, New Hampshire, has a three-month period during the year that is very cold. This is an example of
Scientists group climates by
Places with tropical wet climates are often located nearthe equator. Tropical wet climates are characterized by
Which is a cause of urban heat islands?
Which of these factors may affect a climate for a few years only?
Which of these affects only a local climate?
Scientists predict that during this century, ice on many mountains will melt because of
Which of these best describes the relationship between weather and climate?
All of the following are chelicerates EXCEPT
The first pair of appendages of chelicerates are modified into
The second pair of appendages of chelicerates are modified into
The body parts of chelicerates are
How many legs do chelicerates have?
The first pair of appendages in spiders are modified into
The function of the pedipalps is
The function of the chelicerae is
What produces a spider's silk?
Which of the following are arachnids?
an economic system in which a country's trade and industry are controlled by private owners for profit, rather than by the state.
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Solar energy is used to make food during the process of
Legumes are able to add nitrogen into the soil because of ___________________.
The relationship that allows nitrogen to be converted or “fixed” by bacteria so that plants can use it to grow is an example of _________________________.
The process in which one species will replace another over time is called
Humans have the most effect within an ecosystem cycle through the process of ____________________.
Phosphorus compounds are most likely to be found in _________________.
The _________________ cycle contains the processes of photosynthesis, cellular respiration, combustion, and decomposition.
An atmospheric gas that increases when fossil fuels are burned off is called
Natural disasters such as flooding and tornadoes are linked to ______________________ succession.
Combustion is a main process involved in the _______________ cycle.
Situation in which prices rise quickly, while the value of money decreases
A channel used to carry water
In ancient Rome an official who represents the plebeians
A subgroup with distinct beliefs within a larger religious group
A member of the wealthy, aristocratic class of ancient Rome
An active follower of a teacher
Payment for damages or losses
A leader given temporary absolute power during a crisis
In ancient Rome a three person ruling group
On of two officials who headed the executive branch
Bishop of Rome, later became head of the Roman Catholic Church
Person who suffers and dies for a belief
A citizen of ancient Rome who was not an aristocrat
A government in which the citizens elect the leaders
In Judaism, a savior promised by the Hebrew prophets, who would bring peace
Regional leader of the early Christian Church, with authority over a diocese and other clergy
In the early Christian Church, one of five powerful bishops in major cities
A channel built to carry water
Payment for damages or losses
An active follower of a teacher
Venus took the name of which Greek God?
Brutus and Cassius are famous for killing who?
Attila was the leader of which nomadic group?
What is the name of the Jewish law book that is still used today?
Which group of people overthrew the Etruscans?
What was the original name of Constantinople?
Who was killed by his twin brother in Italy?
What was the term for a Roman bishop?
Which of the following is one of the Good Emperors?
What was the name of the general who used elephants to cross the Alps during the Punic Wars?
Which statement BEST describes how the sun and Earth are related?
The whole Earth is closest in distance to the Sun during
During which phase of the moon can a solar eclipse occur
When the earth,moon, and sun are in which order will the tide be the greatest?
At which lunar phase are tides most pronounced
Compared to all other stars in the universe, what sized star is the sun?
During which season in the Northern Hemisphere does the sun's rays hit the earth at the most direct angle?
How many degrees is the earth's axis tilted?
During which season in the Northern Hemisphere are the days the shortest?
The lifetime of a star depends on its
What does OHEC stand for?
What is the purpose of a hypothesis?
What does NASA stand for?
What is the name of Earths moon?
What happened on "The Challenger"?
Terrestrial means...
Which one of the following characteristics make Earth different from all the rest of the planets?
What is the brightest star in the sky?
Is gravity a law or a theory?
Which one of the following can you recycle
Limstone statues with holes in them is a product of which chemical weathering agent
What weathering process could be modeled using sandpaper
The sandy beach along a coastline is a result of what
A house located on a _________ will most likely _________ at some point
Weathering and erosion break down a moutain, over time, by
Kettle ponds are fowmed by
Erosion from ocean waves, causes the hole in a sea arch to
Deposition of sediments occurs
The level of rivers becomes _____________ in spring because of _________
What force determines the flow of a river
What is the name of the island off the coast of Italy?
Roman soldiers were called?
Rome's upper class was known as
This was the general who defeated Hannibal near Carthage
He was a North African born Christian scholar
This group of people refused to fight in the army of Rome until they gained representation
This was the name of the river that was crossed by Julius Caesar that started a civil war
He was the German ruler who declared himself king
This group of leaders tended to live by Stoic principles
This group or rulers ruled from 14 AD to 68 AD
A graduated cylinder\'s unit of measure is...
A beaker measures...
A balance scale measures...
To find the volume of an irregularly shaped object you would...
Density =...
A metric ruler\'s unit of measure is...
There are 10 mm in every...
Metrics is based on the number...
How many grams are in a kg?
A thermometer is used to measure...
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A natural disturbance is typically associated with this type of succession?
What would you expect to see in a biodiverse community?
Primary succession almost always begins with...
When one group of species is replaced with others over time, it is called...
If succession has reached its climax community, then in about another 500 years what will happen?
Which statement is true about ecological succession?
The following natural events will cause primary succession to occur:
How do lichens contribute to primary succession?
What type of vegetation would you expect to find on an abandoned farm after 150 years?
The final stable community that is made up of mature, hardwood trees is called
_____ succession is more likely to take thousands of years before trees are seen.
Where does most primary succession take place in the United States?
When does a climax community change?
What was one similarity between the Red Scare following World War I and the Cold War following World War II?
The Cold War at home ----- A. The McCarthy hearings B. Alger Hiss case C. House Un-American Activities Committee D. __________________ Which of the following best fits?
In President Eisenhower’s farewell speech, which threat did he identify as dangerous to American liberty?
''African Americans Boycott Buses in Montgomery'' ''Levittown Suburban Development Continues to Grow'' ''Baby Boom Is Now in Its Tenth Year'' In which decade would these three headlines have been published?
One way the United States government reacted to the Soviet launching of Sputnik in 1957 was by
What was a major effect of the creation of the interstate highway system on the United States?
The GI Bill helped World War II veterans by
The growth of McCarthyism in the early 1950s was based on
The ability to wipe nations off the planet with nuclear weapons is called ______.
The rapid increase in the production of nuclear bombs is called _____________.
In a farewell message to the American public, President Dwight D. Eisenhower warned of the growth of the military-industrial complex. This term refers to the
A governmental action that was consistent with the Cold War mentality was the
In the 1950’s, Senator Joseph McCarthy was most closely associated with issues related to
The successful launching of Sputnik by the Soviet Union in 1957 signaled the beginning of
Which situation resulted from Senator Joseph McCarthy’s search for Communists within the United States during the 1950’s?
A similarity between the Red Scare of the 1920’s and McCarthyism in the 1950’s was that during each period
What was a cause for the investigations of the House Un-American Activities Committee in the late 1940s and the investigations of a Senate committee headed by Joseph McCarthy in the early 1950s?
''Sputnik Launch Propels Soviets Ahead in Space Race'' In 1957, the United States government responded to the event described in this headline by ----
The baby boom primarily resulted from the
Since the 1950s, the term McCarthyism has been applied to events that are related to
Which development led to the other three?
The space race started with the Soviet launch of ________.
''Those of us who shout the loudest about Americanism in making character assassinations are all too frequently those who, by our own words and acts, ignore some of the basic principles of Americanism'' --This criticism of McCarthy suggests that -
Who led a ''witch hunt'' for Communist spies in the United States government during the early 1950s?
The GI Bill affected American society after World War II by
A major cause of the growth of state and Federal highway systems after World War II was the
How did the post–World War II baby boom affect American society between 1945 and 1960?
In 1944, Congress enacted the GI Bill of Rights in order to
For which disease did Jonas Salk discover a vaccine in 1954?
Eisenhower cut many federally funded government programs in order to curb what he called
Julius and Ethel Rosenberg -
The Holocaust was the persecution/______ of people who were deemed undesirable by Hitler
The Nuremberg Laws denied _______ citizenship to Jews.
The Kristallnacht or Night of Broken Glass attacked _______ settlements killing hundreds.
Hitler's plan to place all of Europe's Jews in concentration camps was known as the ______ Solution.
The Nuremberg Trials charged ______ Leaders with crimes against humanity.
The ________ Declaration supported the creation of a Jewish country in 1917.
The PLO supported the creation of the country known as Palestine.
Yasir Arafat was the leader of _______________.
Israel gained the Sinai Peninsula, West Bank, Golan Heights Jerusalem during the __________
Occurred in 1973 when the Arabs attacked Israel on their holy day.
What was one result of World War II?
In the period following World War II, the United States established a long-term military presence in West Germany in an effort to
President Harry Truman supported a containment policy after World War II in an attempt to
After World War II, the Marshall Plan was proposed as a way to
After World War II, the United States was better able than its allies to adjust its economy from wartime to peacetime because the United States
As World War II was ending, the United States decided to join the United Nations mainly because the United States
Which development is most closely associated with the belief in the domino theory?
Which event led directly to the end of the cold war?
During the Korean War, what was the main reason that President Harry Truman dismissed General Douglas MacArthur as commander of the United States troops?
In the years just after World War II, the United States attempted to prevent the spread of communism in Europe mainly by
A constitutional issue that was frequently raised about United States involvement in the Korean conflict and the Vietnam conflict was the
After World War II, the United States departed most sharply from its traditional foreign policy when it
What was the main purpose of the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, and the Berlin air-lift?
A common purpose of the Truman Doctrine, the Marshall Plan, and the Eisenhower Doctrine was to
The Truman Doctrine and the Marshall Plan represented attempts by the United States to deal with the
Which leader wanted to use atomic bombs to end the Korean War?
The outcome, or final result, of the Korean War was _____.
The two superpowers during the Cold War were _______.
The use of military threats, arms buildups, and other techniques short of all-out war by the United States and the Soviet Union were called the ______.
The main goal of the Truman Doctrine was _______.
Where did the city of Berlin lie during the Cold War?
Which of the following alliances was formed to block communism in Europe?
Which of the following alliances was formed to PROTECT communism in Europe?
The iron curtain was a term used to describe the division between ______.
The 38th parallel divides ___________.
The United States created the Marshall Plan (1947) as a program to
In 1948, the United States responded to the Soviet blockade of West Berlin by
One goal of the Marshall Plan (1947) was to
The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) was formed in 1949. What is the agreement among the nations that formed NATO?
What was the U.S. government’s goal in administering the Marshall Plan after World War II?
What is the definition of “domino theory” as introduced by President Eisenhower?
What was the Truman Doctrine developed to contain?
Which two countries were the leading powers during the Cold War?
The change in the nation’s attitude toward membership in the League of Nations and membership in the United Nations shows the contrast between
An area of land that water moves across or under as it flows to a body of water.
An area of land that stays wet for nearly the entire year.
A small body of water that flows into a larger body of water.
Type of pollution that can be identified and tied to a specific source.
Type of pollutant that comes from fertilizer or animal waste.
The process of excessive building up of nutrient pollution causing algae blooms in a body of water.
The place where a river meets a large body of water such as a bay or ocean is called...
A partially enclosed body of water that connects freshwater to ocean water.
Often found at a mouth of a river where sediment settles and builds up.
A curved river often has more deposition along...
Which part of the investigation is changed or manipulated by the scientist.
Which part of the investigation is kept the same and doesn't change throughout the experiment?
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Representatives of the plebeians were called
Christians stirred Roman opposition in all of the following EXCEPT:
The Roman church was founded by
Early Rome was divided by two main classes the
In 49 BC Juliu Caesar began a civil war by:
Christianity was adopted as the official religion of the Roman Empire by
After a rebellion in 132 AD, the Romans forbade
The writings of Paul and other early Christians are collected in the
The religious beliefs of republic-era Romans were greatly influenced by the beliefs of
The Visigoth chief who captured Rome in 410 was
The process of observing, studying, and experimenting in order to gain knowledge about nature is called _______.
The APPLICATION of scientific knowledge for a useful purpose is called ________.
The information that is gathered from scientific observation is referred to as ______.
A test or trial in which data are gathered is called a(n) ______.
In order to standardize measurements, worldwide, scientists have adopted a modern form of the metric system is known as the ________.
The study of data usually leads to the formation of a(n) _____, an explanatory statement that explains the data and reveals relationships between these scientific facts.
A _____ is one in which all of the variables are the same except the one factor being tested.
The factor being tested is referred to as the ______.
When a hypothesis has not been found to be false as a result of experimentation over a long period of time, that hypothesis achieves the status of a _______.
In an experiment, the group in which all variables remain constant is called the ________.
Compound that is the building block of a protein molecule
Energy of position, or stored energy
Protein that lowers the energy needed to start a reaction.
Type of bond formed when atoms combine by SHARING electrons.
Organic molecule composed of hydrogen and oxygen with a ratio of two hydrogen atoms to each oxygen atom
Region occupied by electrons moving around the nucleus of an atom
Substance composed of only 1 type of atom
Energy of motion
Minimum amount of energy needed to start a chemical reaction
Group of symbols showing the number and kind of each atom in a compound.
The attack of harmful organisms on other, larger organisms
The feeding of organism upon another
The greatest number of individuals in a population that a given environmental can support under certain conditions
the size of a population that occupies a given area at any given point in time
A circumstance that keeps organisms from reaching their biotic potential
the pattern of behavior based on dominance and chains of command that reduce conflicts and preserve order
Competition among populations of different species for the same resources.
Highest rate of reproducation of a population under ideal conditions
The competition between members of the same species for the same resources.
A close interaction among organisms where both species benefit.
Organism that eats both plants and animals
Physical, non-living factors in an environmental affecting organisms in an ecosystems
Relationship in which an organism benefits without either helping or harming the other organism.
A LIVING factor/thing which interacts in an ecosystem
Plant eater, a first-order consumer
The SCIENTIFIC word for a producer or any organism that makes its own food from sunlight or chemicals
A close interaction/relationship among two organisms
A feeding step in the transfer of energy among the organisms in an ecosystem
All of the feeding relationships that exists in an ecosystem
Several populations of different organisms living together in the same area
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handsome in french
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Equatorial Woodlands
Receives 25-75 cm annual rainfall
Animals that live on the ocean floor
Organisms that float in the water and move by currents
Heat energy from the Earth's interior
Northernmost Biome
Region having less than 25 cm of rainfall and wide range of daily temperature differences
Animals that can move freely through water
Soil that is permanently frozen in the Tundra
Final stage of successional development
3 3/8 - 1 2/8
2/3 * 1 2/3
1 1/6 -- 6/7
7 7/8 - 1 3/4
1 3/10 * 1/2
6 -- 3/5
2 1/6 * 6/7
3 1/3 -- 5/6
4/9 -- 2/3
3/5 + 1/5
Tout organisme vivant est compose de
Servent a stocker ce que la cellule n'a pas besoin a ce moment
_____________ veut dire que ca laisse certaines substances passer a travers
La division cellulaire s'appelle
Les deux organites dans la cellule vegetale qui n'existe pas dans la cellule animale sont
Lequel n'est PAS un tissu vegetale?
La Tension Arterielle
99% de notre sang est compose de
Le cancer est une maladie qui a lieu lorsque...
Lequel n'est PAS un organe
Which organism would be found on the bottom level of an Energy Pyramid?
Which component of the leaf captures sunlight for photosynthesis to take place?
Which organism is unicellular and has no nucleus?
The primary source of energy for all living organisms is?
During the oxygen/carbon dioxide cycle, which of the following absorbs carbon dioxide from the air?
Which process is the foundation for all food webs?
The scientific name of a Monarch butterfly is Danaus plexipu, this refers to its:
Which classification level contains the largest number of organism?
Carolus LInneaus is credited with creating:
Bacteria come in three distinct shapes the bacillus bacteria is shaped like:
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The following woman founded the Hull House in Chicago:
Democrat Woodrow Wilson won the presidency in 1912 because:
Which term is not associated with Theodore Roosevelt?
Upton Sinclair’s book The Jungle inspired which of the following laws
Which one of the following was passed in an effort to ban alcohol from American society:
All of the following were successes of the Progressives except:
Eugene Debs was the leader of this political party in the USA in 1901.
All of the following were progressive presidents except:
This state level reform allows voters to remove particular elected officials who do not perform satisfactorily.
The following amendment allowed citizens to directly elect their own senators:
With the passage of the following progressive reform competition was restored to American society
Robert LaFollette fought hardest for what?
Upton Sinclair, Jacob Riis, and Lincoln Steffens were coined as what?
Progressives borrowed many ideas from what Gilded Age political party led by William Jennings Bryan?
The Bully Pulpit refers to what?
Journalists who exposed social economic evils were called this.
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National Women's Suffrage Association
Nationsl Women's Party
Founder of Planned Parenthood
National American Women Suffrage Association
Worked with Elizabeth Cady Stanton
Square Deal
Founder of the NAACP
New Freedom
Muller vs. Oregon
Mr. Petrie has a way of making Algebra seem easy. His lucid explanations make even the most difficult problems simple to understand. What is the meaning of the word lucid in the selection above?
Which sentence below uses the correct bolded word?
The newspaper report of the fire was succinct; that is, it included only the most important information. What is the meaning of the word succinct in the sentence above?
t was unacceptable for the moderator to berate the panel members for no reason. The members were very displeased with his disrespectful criticism. Which word from the sentence helps the reader understand the meaning of berate?
Lobbyists get their name because they used to stand in a hall or lobby, outside the room where laws were being passed. They try to influence members of Congress to vote a certain way for a new law. Which person listed below would most likely work wi
While some people play basketball professionally. Millions play basketball for fun. What is the BEST way to combine the two sentences?
My favorite basketball team is Texas. The Texas team is called the Longhorns. What is the BEST way to combine the information in the two sentences?
Which of these is a preposition in this sentence? The cat went up the roof and disappeared for hours.
Andy was standing alone by the locker. The preposition in the sentence above shows
Which sentence uses correct capitalization?
Which part of a plant helps anchor the plant and soak up water and nutrients?
If pollen touches this part of the flower, the plant will produce seeds:
Which part of the flower contains pollen?
What is the function of the sepals?
Why are petals brightly colored and good smelling?
What is the male part of a flower?
Of the following choices, which could help plants pollinate?
What are produced when pollen gets into the pistil of a flower?
What part of the flower holds up the anther?
What might be a benefit of having a lot of leaves?
Sport/Event organizations need to build positive relationships with the media because they have
Which of the following is an example of a sport/event community outreach project:
The primary objective of developing sport/event public-relations strategies is to
Which of the following is an example of publicity in the sport/event industry
Which of the following statements is true regarding the importance of fan support to sport/event activities
Sport/Event marketers use public-relations strategies to create and maintain
Before a sport/event organization can create goals for each one of its fan bases, what must the organization do?
Three local organizations—a bicycling association, a bike shop, and a hospital—set up a display at the town's summer festival. The display promotes the importance of wearing bike helmets to prevent head injuries. The organizations also give away bike
What is a benefit to a sports team of coordinating outreach projects with local community organizations?
Which of the following is an example of a sales promotion that uses a special event to increase high attendance rates at a professional baseball game:
Which of the following is an example of using a special event as a sales-promotion strategy to increase ticket sales:
A sporting-goods company developed a humorous video and placed it on YouTube. Within three days, the video was viewed 436,067 times, and many viewers linked the video to their Facebook pages to share with their friends and family. What strategy did t
Which of the following is an example of a viral marketing strategy:
Which of the following is a true statement about ambush marketing?
What variable might increase attendance at a professional soccer game?
An athletic shoe company that has no association with the Olympic games runs a television commercial congratulating a track star for winning two gold medals. This is an example of
Any form of water that falls from the clouds is called
The total amount of water on Earth
The energy from the water cycle originally comes from
Clouds form when water vapor in air becomes liquid water in the process called
The process by which plants release water vapor into the air is called
What force pulls precipitation to the ground?
When water changes from a liquid to a gas, it is called
The process when ice goes from being a solid directly to being water vapor is called
The process where water is being absorbed into the ground is called
The process when precipitation moves along the ground into rivers, lakes, or oceans is called
Which are vertebrate animals?
Which are invertebrate animals?
Is the dolphin a mammal?
How many groups of vertebrates are there?
How many legs have the spiders got?
How many legs have the insects got?
Is the penguin a bird?
Is the human a mammal?
What kind of animal is a salamander?
What kind of animal is the shark?
A forest of pine trees is burned over a 10 mile area when lightning strikes a tree. In the spring, a few seedlings begin to sprout. This is an example of:
A glacier has scraped all soil from a rocky area. As it slowly retreats, some of the rock is broken down by weathering. Some moss begins to grow. This is an example of:
The first organisms in an area are known as _____.
The old-growth forest has remained the same combination of hickories and oaks for over 100 years. This is an example of:
Lichens and moss are called _____.
A pond slowly fills in as algae and other plants die and fall to the bottom. This is an example of:
A volcano erupts creating a new island. After some time, small plants begin to grow. This is an example of _____.
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An example of a decomposer is
Producers would be found on which level of an energy pyramid?
Which of the following would be considered a member of the animal kingdom?
Condensation is the process that
What is the foundation for all food webs
Who created the present day classification system
Photosynthesis is the process in plant leaves where carbon dioxide & water in the presents of light produces
The scientific name for a red fox is Vulpes vulpe this refers to its
Bacteria is considered a
Which type of bacteria has a long tube like shape
Ou se trouve le materiel genetique dans la cellule?
Tout organisme vivant est compose d\'une ____________________ ou plus.
Les particules se dispersent d\'une region de haute concentration vers basse concentration
L\'energie dans les cellules est produit par ....
La respiration cellulaire a lieu dans les...
Les proteines se trouvents dans...
Le tissu qui est respondable de joindre et soutenir les parties du corps s\'appelle
Le sang ramasse l\'oxygene necessaire dans _____________________.
Un exemple d\'organisme unicellulaire
Un exemple d\'organisme multicellulaire
The scientific name for a red fox is Vulpes vulpe. This refers to its:
Euglena is a protozoan that is extremely unique because it can:
Which of the following would be considered a ‘producer?'
The scientific name for dog is Canis familiaris. The name Canis represent the dogs:
All scientific names consist of two unique names. This system of naming is called:
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