1. The ________ system is for ease of

1. The ________ system is for ease of

1. The ________ system is for ease of understanding and reporting measurements in groups of 10. METRIC 1 2. A possible explanation for a scientific question is a/ an _____

HYPOTHESIS 2 3. All living things _______ to make more living things. REPRODUCE 3

4. What is the information gathered from experiments called? DATA 4 5. What is the testable procedure that scientists use

called? EXPERIMENT 5 6. Place the following microscope procedures in correct order: a. Slide b. Low objective c. Diaphragm

d. Course adjustment e. Fine adjustment C, A, B, D, E 6 7. An experiment is a test of the _________. HYPOTHESIS

7 8. The steps commonly used by scientists in gathering information to test hypothesis and solve problems are called the _____. SCIENTIFIC

METHOD 8 9. A group of organisms that can mate with each other and produce offspring that are capable of reproducing are ____. SPECIES

9 10. Metric unit for mass is GRAM _________ 10 11. Certain facts of nature are called _____and are generally known to be true

LAWS 11 12. What does this symbol mean? SAFETY GOGGLES REQUIRED

12 13. A scientist conducts an experiment to test the effect of light on plant growth. In each experiment, three plants on the same variety each were given 10 ml of water. One plant is exposed to full sunlight for 8 hours, one is exposed to full sunlight for 4 hours, one plant is kept in a dark room. Plant height is measured after two weeks. What is the independent variable in this

experiment? AMOUNT OF SUNLIGHT 13 14. A scientist conducts an experiment to test the effect of light on plant growth. In each experiment, three plants on the same variant of each given 10 ml of water. One plant is exposed to full sunlight for 8 hours, one is exposed to full sunlight for 4 hours,

one plant is kept in a dark room. Plant height is measured after two weeks. What is the dependent variable in this experiment? PLANT HEIGHT 14 15. The ______ or an organism refers to the changes during the life cycle.

DEVELOPMENT 15 16. The metric unit for length is ________. METER 16 17. The metric unit for time

is _______ SECOND 17 18. With a microscope place the slide such that when looking through the _____, the slide is in the ____ of ____.

OBJECTIVE FIELD OF VIEW 18 19. The regulation of an organisms internal environment to maintain conditions suitable for its survival is called _____.

HOMEOSTASIS 19 20. Always carry the microscope by the ____ and _____ ARM AND BASE 20 21. The compound light

microscope magnifies a maximum of about ____ times. 1000 21 22. The electron microscope magnifies about ____ times.

500,000 22 23. Anything that posses ALL the characteristics of life is known as a/an _________ ORGANISM 23

24. The (independent or dependent) variable is the one condition in an experiment that is tested. INDEPENDENT 24 25. ________ is the study of life.

BIOLOGY 25 26. Living things depend on each other, DO NOT exist in _________. ISOLATION 26 27. Living things _______

with other living things and the world. INTERACT 27 28. Living things are part of the ______ of nature BALANCE 28

29. Humans need plants to supply us with _____. OXYGEN AND FOOD 29 EYEPIECE BODY TUBE NOSEPIECE OBJECTIVE

OBJECTIVE OBJECTIVE STAGE CLIPS DIAPHRAGM ARM STAGE COURSE ADJ. FINE ADJUSTMENT LIGHT SOURCE

BASE Take a quiz! 31. Regulation of an organisms internal environment to maintaining conditions suitable for its survival is called ___________________. (Balance in nature) HOMEOSTASIS

Unit 1 32. Common Steps Used By Scientist to Gather information and Answer Questions are _________________ Scientific methods 33. A ______________ hypothesis is an explanation for

a question or problem that can be tested. experiment is a test of a 34. An _____________ hypothesis by collecting information under controlled conditions. Unit 1 Chapter 1.2 p. 6 What is a controlled experiment? Two groups of experiments

Control Group The part of the experiment that represents the standard conditions. Experimental Group Is the test group that receives experimental treatment.

independent variable is the one condition in 35. The _______________ an experiment that is tested. dependent variable is the condition that 36. The ______________ changes because of a change in the independent variable. Unit 1 Chapter 1.2 p. 6

Methods of Biology Scientist seek information 36. Information obtained from experiments is called ___________ Data Analyze the results to decide if the data supports the hypothesis Repeat the experiments to gather more data. 37. A hypothesis that is supported by

many different investigations and observations becomes a _______ theory Unit 1 Chapter 1.2 p.11-18 Methods of Biology Theories and Laws 38. In science, a hypothesis that is supported by many separate observations and experiments over a long period of time becomes a _______ theory

A theory is an explanation that is supported by a large body of evidence obtained from many investigations and observations 39 and 40. Certain FACTS of nature called _________ or _________ principals that are generally laws known to be true. Example: Law of Gravity Unit 1

Chapter 1.2 (text book 11-18) Methods of Biology Steps of the Scientific Method (Scientific Problem Solving) 41. OBSERVING 42. MAKE A HYPOTHESIS 43. CONDUCT EXPERIMENT or COLLECT DATA 44. CONCLUSION: ANALYZE YOUR DATA and DRAW CONCLUSION 45. PUBLISH RESULTS

46. FORM A THEORY Unit 1 Other Lab Equipment Beakers 47. Test 48. tubes

Flask 49. What does all this equipment measure In the SI system? Volume in liters. 50.

Using tools Biologists use a variety of tools to obtain information in an investigation. Common tools include beakers, test tubes, and 51 Petri dishes, used to culture bacteria.

52. Graduated cylinder: What does this equipment measure In the SI system? Volume in Thermometer: 53. liters.

54. What does this equipment measure in the SI system? Temperature in Celsius. 55. . What is this Bunsen

burner: called? Triple balance: 56. Whatbeam is this called? Mass in grams

57. What does this equipment measure In the SI system? 58. What does the following measure? What are the SI units? volume Liters, milliliters

59. What tool would one use to measure the volume of an ? Beaker or graduated cylinder with water. Measure before and after, difference is volume of eraser. 60. What is another tool used to measure volume? Graduated cylinder

Flask 61. What is this tool called? Petri dish 62. What is the medium found in the Petri Dish?

Agar 63. What is grown on the agar? Bacteria Colonies 64. What would one use to measure the mass of keys ? Triple beam balance

65. What are the SI units used ? Kilograms or grams 66. What would one use to measure the length of your ? 67. What units are used to measure length using SI? Meter

Maintaining safety (video) A safety symbol is a symbol that warns you about a danger that may exist from chemicals, electricity, heat, or procedures you will use. 68. Sharp Object Safety 69. Clothing Protection Safety 70. Eye Safety 71. Chemical Safety

A scientist conducts an experiment to test the effect of light on plant growth. In each experiment, three plants of the same variety are each given 10 mL of water. One plant is exposed to full sunlight for 8 hours, one is exposed to full sunlight for 4 hours, and one plant is kept in a dark room. Plant height is measured after two weeks. What is the independent variable in this experiment? 72. What is the independent variable in this experiment?

A. Soil volume C. Plant Height B. Amount of Sunlight D. Amount of water 73. Which of the following is the group in an experiment in which all conditions are kept the same? A. standard B. independent variable C. experimental D. control

74. A hypothesis is an explanation for a question or problem and can be formally tested. An observation is something that has 75. been noticed, often generating questions

that lead to the formation of a hypothesis. A. B. C. D. 76. A scientist conducts an experiment to test the effect of light on plant growth. In each experiment, three plants of the same variety are

each given 10 mL of water. One plant is exposed to full sunlight for 8 hours, one is exposed to full sunlight for 4 hours, and one plant is kept in a dark room. Plant height is measured after two weeks. What is the independent variable in this experiment? Soil volume Amount of sunlight Plant height Amount of water

77. Which of the following is the group in an experiment in which all conditions are kept the same? A. standard B. independent variable C. experimental D. control 78. Which of the following is an SI unit? A. foot

B. pound C. second D. yard 79. What results in an increase in the amount of living material in an organism? A. growth B. development C. stimuli D. energy

80. Which of the following enables an organism to maintain homeostasis? A. evolution B. environment C. energy D. experimentation 81. In a controlled experiment, the __________ is the observed condition that results from the change of the __________.

A. independent variable, dependent variable B. dependent variable, independent variable C. dependent variable, control group D. independent variable, hypothesis

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