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  1. Levels of Organization 10 20 30 40 50 Macro-molecules 10 20 30 40 50 Concentration & Diffusion 10 20 30 40 50 Water 10 20 30 40 50 Miscellaneous 10 20 30 40 50

  2. Category 1 questions follow

  3. What is the first level of Biological Levels of Organization? 10 Modeling

  4. Atoms 10 Category 1

  5. Heart, small intestine, and brain are all examples of ______. 20 Modeling

  6. Organs 20 Category 1

  7. What is the name of the biosphere we live in? 30 Category 1

  8. Earth 30 Category 1

  9. Which level comes between ORGANS and ORGANISM? 40 Category 1

  10. Organ Systems 40 Category 1

  11. Which level of organization includes all of the biotic and abiotic factors in an environment? 50 Category 1

  12. Ecosystem 50 Category 1

  13. Category 2 questions follow

  14. Polymers are made of ____ 10 Scientific Method

  15. Monomers 10 Category 2

  16. Chains of amino acids make ____. 20 Scientific Method

  17. Proteins 20 Category 2

  18. Bread, pasta, corn, potatoes are all examples of: 30 Scientific Method

  19. Polysaccharides, complex carbs, complex sugars 30 Category 2

  20. Lipids are made up of chains of ______. 40 Scientific Method

  21. Fatty Acids 40 Category 2

  22. Glucose is an example of a ____. 50 Scientific Method

  23. Simple sugar, monosaccharide 50

  24. Category 3 questions follow

  25. A mixture between water and an undissolved substance is known as a _____. 10 Experiments

  26. Suspension 10 Category 3

  27. The two types of mixtures: 20 Experiments

  28. Suspensions and Solutions 20 Category 3

  29. Solutes dissolve in ____. 30 Experiments

  30. Solvents 30 Category 3

  31. Osmosis is the _____ of water. 40 Experiments

  32. Diffusion 40 Category 3

  33. Active transport is needed to move from ___ to ____ concentrations 50 Experiments

  34. Low to high 50 Category 3

  35. Category 4 questions follow

  36. What is the force of attraction between particles of the same substance? 10 Observations

  37. Cohesion 10 Category 4

  38. What is the attraction force between different substances? 20 Observations

  39. Adhesion 20 Category 4

  40. How does water move from the surface level to groundwater? 30 Category 4

  41. Seepage 30 Category 4

  42. How does water evaporate from the leaves of plants? 40 Category 4

  43. Transpiration 40 Category 4

  44. What does DHMO stand for?Think H2O 50 Observations

  45. Dihydrogen monoxide 50 Category 4

  46. Category 5 questions follow

  47. This nutrient – found in bones and teeth – is also important for muscle contraction. 10 Category 5

  48. Calcium 10 Category 5

  49. Which vitamin is important for vision, the immune system, healthy skin, and antioxidant activity? 20 Category 5

  50. Vitamin A 20 Category 5