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QUIZ Diagram

QUIZ Diagram

QUIZ Diagram. 2. Plant Structure: Leaves. Organs attached to stems of vascular plants. Plant leaves. Usually site of photosynthesis. Today. Leaf structure. Types of leaves. Leaf arrangements. Types of leaf venation. Internal leaf anatomy. Types of modified leaves.

By jacoba
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River Systems - Runoff

River Systems - Runoff

River Systems - Runoff. Running Water. Integral part of sculpting the Earth’s surface MOST IMPORTANT AGENT OF EROSION Indirectly results in the formation of sedimentary rocks. Stream Formation. Sheetflow or Sheetwash – overland flow of water

By kura
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Exam 2

Exam 2

Exam 2. 2.5 pt improvement over 1 st exam (better than past) 150 (63%) improved over the first exam. Distribution of Earth’s Water. The Earth has 1.36 billion km 3 of water. The water occurs in one of three states: Liquid Solid Gas And is stored in one of the following major reservoirs

By amato
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Chapter 23 Study Notes

Chapter 23 Study Notes

Chapter 23 Study Notes. Water in the Atmosphere. 1. A cloud whose name has the prefix ____- or the suffix –nimbus is ___________. nimbo rain-producing. 2. An instrument that measures precipitation by bouncing radio waves off rain or snow is ____________ ________. Doppler radar. 3.

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Ground Works

Ground Works

Ground Works. A unit of mathematical riddles. Materials. Paper Pencil Calculator. Best Buy. Goal: students will be able to use proportional reasoning to calculate unit rate. Best Buy #1. Best Buy #1. Which special is the best buy?. Describe two ways to figure out the best buy.

By alyson
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Pollutants of Food Chains & Webs

Pollutants of Food Chains & Webs

Unfortunately, there is a hidden danger in many food chains and food webs. When o rganisms take in nutrients and water from the environment, they may also ingest chemical pollutants. Some are excreted in urine (water soluble). Some build up in tissues (fat soluble).

By lemuel
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Constructive and Deconstructive Processes that shape the Earth

Constructive and Deconstructive Processes that shape the Earth

Constructive and Deconstructive Processes that shape the Earth. Constructive process. A constructive process is something that adds something to the earth like a volcano that erupted and added on to an island. Deconstructive Process.

By vui
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WORMS

WORMS

WORMS. BY: Patrick Susi. What are Worms?. Worms are numerous long, slender, soft-bodied, legless, and bilaterally symmetrical invertebrates. Some types of Worms. Flat worm Round worm Tapeworm Earthworm Hookworm Pinworm and many more. Why are Worms important?.

By justus
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Unit 3 – The Water Cycle

Unit 3 – The Water Cycle

Unit 3 – The Water Cycle. How Do Californians Get the Water They Need ? Lesson 2. California Science Standard. 3.e Students know the origin of the water used by their local communities. Shasta Dam, California Where does the water in the Sacramento River come from?.

By metea
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Diffusion and Osmosis in plant and animal cells

Diffusion and Osmosis in plant and animal cells

Intermediate 2 Biology Unit 1: Living Cells. Diffusion and Osmosis in plant and animal cells. Diffusion Learning Objectives. Name the method by which substances move in and out of cells. Define the term ‘ diffusion ’ State when diffusion will stop.

By chiku
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Science fair

Science fair

Science fair . Big Question . My big Q is which water will evaporate faster the water that the water that is higher or the one that is lower . Hypothesis . My hypothesis is the one that is higher will evaporate faster then the other one . Interesting facts.

By hayley
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The Goldilocks Zone

The Goldilocks Zone

The Goldilocks Zone. The region around a star at which the temperature is between the range at which water can exist . The Golden Records. Records were put onboard both Voyager spacecraft. They contain sounds and images that show life and culture on Earth for any alien life who may find them.

By pier
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Hydrates & Gram Formula Mass

Hydrates & Gram Formula Mass

Hydrates & Gram Formula Mass. Hydrates:. Hydrate = a substance in which water is part of the crystal structure. Feels dry to the touch Water is “trapped” Naming = name of the compound + “prefix” hydrate AlCl 3 •6H 2 O K 2 SO 3 •2H 2 O Ni(OH) 2 •H 2 O. Naming Hydrates:.

By osman
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Earth

Earth

Earth. The Planet we live on. Earth is the third planet from the Sun and is the largest of the terrestrial planets . The Earth was formed approximately 4.54 billion years ago and is the only known planet to support life . The Earth’s rotation is gradually slowing

By dore
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Water Quality Indicators

Water Quality Indicators

Water Quality Indicators. A Fish Story. How did we alter the quality of the water for the fish? What physical changes did you see happening to the water? What chemical changes do you think were happening?. Water Quality.

By yahto
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Numbered Heads Together

Numbered Heads Together

Numbered Heads Together. Weather Review Game. The part of the Earth system that contains all of Earth's water. Mass divided by Volume. Instrument that measures air pressure. Instrument that measures wind speed. What does a psychrometer measure?. Heat transferred by direct contact.

By rusty
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Thermochemical Equations

Thermochemical Equations

Thermochemical Equations. Thermochemical equations are balanced chemical equations that include the physical states of all reactants and products and the energy change. 2H 2 O(l)  2H 2 (g) + O 2 (g) ΔH = 572 kJ CH 4 (g) + 2O 2 (g)  CO 2 (g) + 2H 2 O(g) ΔH = -802 kJ. Phase Changes.

By travis
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STEAM TURBINE POWER CYCLES

STEAM TURBINE POWER CYCLES

STEAM TURBINE POWER CYCLES. The vast majority of electrical generating plants are variations of vapour power plants in which water is the working fluid. The basic components of a simplified fossil-fuel vapour power plant are shown schematically in the next slide.

By huslu
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Limestone

Limestone

Limestone. Limestone. Limestone is a sedimentary rock composed largely of the minerals calcite and aragonite, which are different crystal forms of calcium carbonate (CaCO 3 ). . Coral and foraminifera.

By lynch
(199 views)

BELL WORK :

BELL WORK :

BELL WORK :. Copy the entire question. Underline key words in the question. Science Fact of the Day: An ostrich's eye is bigger than its brain.

By dyllis
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