God's Living Creation
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Scientific Classification
Scientific Method
Scientific Reasoning

100

Another name for living things.

Organisms

100

Another word for plant life.

Flora

100

What is the science of classification?

Taxonomy

100

Refers to facts.

Data

100

The study of reasoning.

Logic

200

The study of an organism's shape and structure.

Anatomy

200

Another word that refers to environments in the seas and oceans.

Marine

200

Which subcategory comes after class?

Order

200

Who is the father of the scientific method?

Sir Francis Bacon

200

Anything that provides a partial representation of something else.

Model

300

Reproduction is the process by which life continues through __________________ of new organisms.

Generation

300

Arboreal habitats refers to animals that live in ________________.

Trees

300

Carolus Linnaeus is responsible for creating the ________________  ________________?

Scientific Classification

300

A _______________ can never be proven false.

Law

300

Inference is a conclusion based on ______________ from evidence.

Reasoning

400

Homeostasis is when an organism or cell must maintain a ________________ internal condition.

Stable

400

Terrestrial environments like meadows and deserts, refers to __________________.

Land

400

John Ray is responsible for developing the modern definition for the word ________________.

Species

400

An experiment should have only one ______________ variable.

Independent

400

Inductive reasoning is from ______________ to a more specific conclusion.

Evidence

500

What is the purpose of science?

> Carefully observing nature

> Discovering the laws of creation

> Using laws for mankind's benefit

500

Name two types of symmetry and which one refers to multiple ways to create mirror halves?

> Bilateral

> Radial (multiple ways to create mirror halves)

> Asymmetrical

500

The primary basis for classifying living things.

Body Structure

500

The three main parts of any scientific method.

> Observing

> Hypothesizing

> Experimenting

500

It determines the cause and effect from specific evidence to a more general conclusion.

Inductive Reasoning