Chemistry
Earth History
Evolution
Water
Ecosystems
Cells

100

How is the periodic table arranged?

Atomic Number

100

What is the longest period of time?  Eon, Era, Epoch, Period,

Eon

100

A change in a genetic sequence.

Mutation

100

Water molecules are attracted to other water molecules, creating drops because of this property.

Cohesion

100

How organism interact with and respond to the biotic and abiotic components of their environment.

Ecosystem

100

The brain of the cell.

Nucleus

200

This phase of matter has a fixed volume and takes the shape of its container.

Liquid

200

The study of ancient life

paleontology

200

Survival of the fittest.

Natural Selection

200

A body of permeable rock that can contain or transmit groundwater.

Aquifer

200

A place an organism lives.

Habitat

200

The power house of the cell.

Mitrochondria

300

A type of matter that cannot be broken down by physical means.

Element, Compound, Pure Substance

300

Remains or traces of ancient life.

Fossils

300

A characteristic that enhances survival or reproduction of an organism.

Adaptation

300

69% of freshwater is found where?

Glaciers

300

All of the populations in an area

Community

300

A process by which a cell captures energy in sunlight and uses it to make food.

Photosynthesis.

400

The substance that is dissolved in a solution.

Solute

400

A way of looking at the Earth's atmosphere over time.

Ice Cores

400

3 domains of classification

Archaea, Bacteria, Eukarya

400

Brackish water

Estuary

400

When nitrogen found in the atmosphere returns to the soil.

Nitrogen Fixation

400

Photosynthesis produces

Oxygen and Sugar

500

The mass of the reactants must equal the mass of the product.

Law of conservation of mass

500

Measures the amount of radioactive substance compared to the decayed material.

Radioactive Dating, Absolute Dating

500

Humans are in this kingdom of life.

Animalia

500

An area of land that feeds all the water running under it and draining off of it into a body of water.

Watershed.

500

The amount of organisms that can be in one environment without environmental degradation.

Carrying Capacity

500

Mitochondria turns the chemical energy (sugar) into useful energy (______)

ATP

600

The chemical reaction exchanges matter with its environment

Open System

600

Oldest layers of rock will be at the bottom 

Law of superposition

600

The father of Evolution

Charles Darwin

600

When a water system dies.

Eutrophication 

600

A form of environmental resistance that limits the population.

Limiting factor

600

Produces large amounts of ATP

Aerobic Cellular Respiration