of living things can be seen at the molecular, cellular and organism levels unique structural organizations deductive reasoning generative processes hypothesis.
The mental process of using accepted generalizations to predict the outcome of a specific event (hint) from the general to the specific inductive reasoning deductive reasoning independent variable matter.
the mental process of examining many sets of facts and developing generalizations (hint) from specific to general metabolic processes organ system deductive reasoning inductive reasoning.
the total of all the chemical reactions and energy changes that take place in an organism molecules metabolism observation organ.
the smallest particle of a chemical compound molecules organ organism matter.
the process of using the senses or extensions of the senses to record events population science observation pseudoscience.
an activity that uses the appearance or language of science to convince or mislead people into thinking that something has scientific validity science scientific law pseudoscience responsive processes.
an independent living unit organ population molecule organism.
a group of organisms of the same species located in the same place at the same time population organ metabolic processes organism.
the total of all chemical reactions within an organism matter community metabolic processes variables.
anything that has weight (mass) and takes up space (volume) cells matter community control groups.
a process used to solve problems or develop an understanding of natural events science responsive processes scientific law control groups.
the situation used as the basis for comparison in a controlled experiment. The group in which there are no manipulated variables scientific law responsive processes controlled experiment controlled groups.
factors in an experimental situation or other circumstances that are changeable variables experimental group science experiment.
the group in a controlled experiment that has a variable manipulated hypothesis experimental group independent variable generative processes.
actions that increase the size of an individual organisms (growth) or increase the number of individuals in a population (reproduction) enzymes experiment generative processes homeostasis.
a re-creation of an event that enables a scientist to gain valid and reliable emperical evidence hypothesis experiment control groups scientific law.
abilities to react to external and internal changes in the environment control groups independent variable responsive processes dependent variable.
a variable that is purposely manipulated to determine how it will affect the outcome of an event dependent variable independent variable community scientific law.
the maintenance of a constant internal environment enzymes cells control processes homeostasis.
populations of different kinds of organisms that interact with one another in a particular place cells community ecosystem metabolism.
the basic structural units of all living things. the smallest units that display the characteristics of life organ organ system cells enzymes.
a uniform or constant fact that describes what happens in nature scientific law control processes biosphere deductive reasoning.
molecules produced by organisms, that are able to control the rate at which chemical reactions occur energy ecosystem enzymes atom.
the ability to do work or cause things to move mass energy controlled group independent variable.
a unit consisting of a community of organisms (populations) and its interactions with the physical surroundings biosphere controlled experiment ecosystem control group.
an experiment that includes two groups, one in which the variable is manipulated in a particular way and one in which there is no manipulation controlled experiment control processes dependent variable control groups.
mechanisms that ensure an organism will carry out all life activities in the proper sequence and at the proper rate control groups control processes organ system hypothesis.
the situation used as the basis for comparison in a controlled experiment. The group in which there are no manipulated variables control groups organ system dependent variable control experiment.
a variable that changes in direct response (depends on) how another variable (independent variable) is manipulated deductive reasoning dependent variable unique structural organization observation.
a structure composed of groups of organs that perform particular functions atoms molecules biosphere organ system.
a structure composed of groups of tissue that perform particular functions organ system organ atoms molecules.
a possible answer to or explanation for a question that accounts for all the observed facts and that is testable observation pseudoscience scientific method hypothesis.
a group of specialized cells that work together to perform a specific function atom tissue molecule matter.
a way of gaining information (facts) about the world around you that involves observation, hypothesis, theory formation and law formation scientific method hypothesis biosphere molecules.