Chemistry
Physics
Life Science & Biology
Marine Science
Environmental Science
100

Smallest chemical unit of matter

What is an atom?

100

Lever, wheel/axle, pulley, inclined plane, wedge, screw

What are simple machines?

100

Cells without internal organelles

What is prokaryotic?

100

Tiny organism that cannot swim or move against a current

What is plankton?

100

System of living organisms interacting with one another

What is an ecosystem?

200

Chemical bonding which shares electrons

What is covalent?

200

Push or pull on an object

What is a force?

200

Adenine, thymine, guanine, cytosine

What are nucleotide bases?

200

Sponges, jellyfish and corals are types of marine...

What are invertebrates?

200

These things feed on producers

What are consumers?

300

Tastes sour, conducts electricity, donates H+

What is an acid?

300

Motion of electrons from one place to another

What is electricity?

300

Method of classifying organisms

What is taxonomy?


300

A close living situation between two species that is beneficial

What is symbiosis?

300

An organized feeding relationship

What is a food chain?

400

Neutrons, electrons, protons

What are atomic particles?

400

Wavelength, frequency, amplitude

Properties of waves

400

Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids

What are the chemicals of life?

400

Production of visible light by a living organism

What is bioluminescence?

400

Layer of Earth where life exists

What is the biosphere?

500

Organized graph arranging different atoms by their properties

What is the Periodic Table of Elements?

500

Object at rest or in motion will stay that way unless acted upon by an outside force

What is Newton's First Law or the Law of Inertia?

500

Living things have DNA, sense and respond, use energy, have cells, regulate their environment and grow

What are the 6 Criteria of Life?

500

Sea stars, sea urchins and sand dollars are examples of 

What are echinoderms?

500

Tundra, tropical rainforest, temperate grassland

What are types of biomes?

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