Mass,Work,Distance, & Friction
Heredity
Cell City
Gravity & Surface Area
Interdependence

100

The use of force to move an object
What is work?

100

Passing of characteristics/traits from parents to offspring. 
What is heredity? 

100

The control center of the cell...
What is the Nucleus? 

100

Pulls objects down toward the center of earth. 
What is gravity? 

100

The start of every food chain (don't include the sun). 
What is a producer? 

200

Once something is still, it tends to… 

Stay still until a force is applied to it. 

200

Your DNA they come in pairs. 
What are genes?

200

Two organelles that are only found in the plant cell.
What are the chloroplast and cell wall? 

200

When an object has a greater surface area, it will reach the ground more slowly. B/C it has more _______________________.

What is air resistance?

200

An organism who can eat both plants and meat. 
What is an omnivore? 

300

The force that goes against moving objects...
What is friction?


300

What conclusion can be made about the parents of a brown-eyed offspring?

At-least one of the parents carry a trait for brown eyes. 

300

When a plant starts wilting, which organelle does the nucleus have to communicate with? 
What is the vacuole? 

300

The object with the most gravitational pull/gravity in our solar system. 
What is the sun. 

300

Breaks down dead and decaying matter in an ecosystem. 
What is a decomposer? 

400

True or False: A teacher sitting at her desk exerts more energy than a post man carrying a box. 
False

400

Something that is taught through experiences over time. 
What is learned behaviors? 

400

Which cell is structured for limited mobility?
What is a plant cell. 

400

Which object would fall the fastest, a tennis ball or a piece of paper?
What is a tennis ball. 

400

A dog and a flea (symbiosis)
What is parasitism? 

500

Scientist who developed E=MC2
Who is Albert Einstein?

500

Ms. Grahams eye color, hair color, and height are examples of _________. 
What are inherited traits? 

500

Carbon Dioxide, Water, and Sunlight are inputs for what special formula in science? 
What is photosynthesis? 

500

This happens when the temperature is 32 degrees Fahrenheit or below, and there is precipitation. 
What is snow? 

500

When a frog uses a tree for protection and support, this is an example of what type of symbiosis? 
What is symbiosis?