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100

The amount of time it takes Earth to complete an entire orbit around the sun.

1 year

or

365 days

100

The innermost layer of Earth.

Inner core

100

The powerhouse of the cell; generates energy (ATP)

Mitochondria

100

The theory describing how all living species have developed slowly over time.

Evolution

100

Preventing thermal energy (heat) from moving between substances.

Insulation

200

An event that occurs when the moon blocks the sun from Earth's view.

Solar eclipse

200
Mountains are formed by this type of event.

Converging tectonic plates

200

An organelle found in plant cells, responsible for photosynthesis.

Chloroplast

200

What role does the rabbit play in this food web?


Primary Consumer

200

Which of Newton's Laws states that "For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction"?

Newton's 3rd Law

300

The planet in our solar system that is closest to the sun.

Mercury

300

The process by which rivers wear down rock over time to form canyons.

Erosion

300

A rigid, protective structure outside of the cell membrane.

Cell wall

300

The chemical reaction used by producers to store energy from sunlight in the form of glucose (sugar).

Photosynthesis

300

The spectrum of wavelengths between 380-700nm

Visible Light Spectrum

400

The phase of the moon when the shadow is growing to the point which most of the moon is hidden.

Waxing crescent

400

Metamorphic rock that has melted into molten material.

Magma

or

Lava

400

A jelly-like substance that holds everything suspended inside the cell.

Cytoplasm

400
The form of reproduction that requires only one parent, and the offspring has identical DNA as the parent.

Asexual reproduction

400

Matter made up of at least 2 different types of atoms, forming molecules.

Compound

500

An object made of rock, ice, dust, frozen CO2, and leaves a "trail" of gas behind it when it passes close to the sun.

A comet

500

When evaporated water in the air condenses to form clouds.

Condensation

500

The organelle that controls the cell and stores the DNA.

Nucleus

500

The type of gene expressed by a capital letter, which is always expressed when present in the genotype.

Dominant

500

The force that opposes the motion of an object.

Friction

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