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are procedures for manipulating symbols. Algorithms
___________ ___________ are ways to organize data, such as the matrix used above to describe the biological landscape. Data structures
In classical times, _________, as first an applied then a basic science, stimulated enormous advances in mathematics. Physics
was crucial in the discovery of genes by Mendel (Orel 1984) and in the theory of evolution. Mathematics
Biology asks _____ kinds of questions. six
These are questions, respectively, about structures, __________, pathologies, repairs, origins, and functions or purposes. mechanisms
Biological domains, or ________ ______ __________, include molecules, cells, tissues, organs, individuals, populations, communities, ecosystems or landscapes, and the biosphere. levels of organization
The _______ main points of the applied mathematical landscape are data structures, algorithms, theories and models four
Theories and __________ , including the theories of pure mathematics, are used to analyze both data and ideas. models
Here are ______ biological challenges that could stimulate, and benefit from, major innovations in mathematics. five

EVIDENCE OF EVOLUTION Crossword

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the remains or impression of a prehistoric organism preserved in petrified form or as a mold or cast in rock. Fossils
make (something) suitable for a new use or purpose; modify. Adapt
a group of living organisms consisting of similar individuals capable of exchanging genes or interbreeding. Species
the process of developing or being developed. Development
the study of the physical features of the earth and its atmosphere, and of human activity as it affects and is affected by these, including the distribution of populations and resources, land use, and industries. Geography
having the same or a similar relation; corresponding, as in relative position or structure. HomologousStructure
in genealogy, any person to whom two or more persons claim descent; also, the most recent ancestral form or species from which two different species evolved. CommonAncestor
structures are similar or resembling in certain respects, in function or in appearance but not in evolutionary origin or developmental origin. AnalogousStructure
relying on or derived from observation or experiment. Empirical
an individual animal, plant, or single-celled life form. Organism
deoxyribonucleic acid, a self-replicating material present in nearly all living organisms as the main constituent of chromosomes. It is the carrier of genetic information. DNA
a distinctive attribute or aspect of something. Features
any of the pieces of hard, whitish tissue making up the skeleton in humans and other vertebrates. Bones
a period of ten years. Decades
the arrangement of and relations between the parts or elements of something complex. Structure
an anatomical feature that no longer seems to have a purpose in the current form of an organism of the given species. VestigialStructure
the branch of biology and medicine concerned with the study of embryos and their development. Embryology
The investigation and comparison of the structures of different organisms. ComparativeAnatomy
an English naturalist and geologist, best known for his contributions to the science of evolution. CharlesDarwin
the process by which different kinds of living organisms are thought to have developed and diversified from earlier forms during the history of the earth. Evolution

biomedical technology Crossword

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is a broad term that combines engineering and technology to solve biological or medical problems involving humans, especially the design and use of medical equipment used to diagnose and treat various diseases. biomedical technology
also called pure research or fundamental research, is scientific research aimed to improve scientific theories for improved understanding or prediction of natural or other phenomena. Basic research
is a form of systematic inquiry involving the practical application of science. applied research
is a branch of healthcare science that determines the safety and effectiveness (efficacy) of medications, devices, diagnostic products and treatment regimens intended for human use. clinical research
type of computer numerical model which typically simulates atmospheric chemistry. chemical model
program that is designed to simulate what might or what did happen in a situation. computer model
is the process of using various mathematical structures - graphs, equations, diagrams, scatterplots, tree diagrams, and so forth - to represent real world situations mathematical model
studies of infectious disease, such as HIV and hepatitis; neurological studies; behavior and cognition; reproduction; genetics; and xenotransplantation. non-human animal trial
performed or taking place in a living organism in vivo
are performed with microorganisms, cells or biological molecules outside their normal biological context. in vitro
study of the patterns, causes, and effects of health and disease conditions in defined populations epidemiological study
A controlled study involving human subjects, designed to evaluate prospectively the safety and effectiveness of new drugs or devices or behavioral interventions. human clinical trial

Cells Answer Key Crossword

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The basic building blocks of all living things. Cell
A group of similar cells that live and work together Tissues
A collection of tissues joined in a structural unit to serve a common function. Organ
A group of organs that work together to perform one or more functions. Organ System
An individual life form. Organism
Surrounds the cytoplasm of a cell and gives the cell structure and support. Cell Membrane
A gel-like substance inside the cell that contains all the cell parts and organelles. Cytoplasm
A group of tissues that work together to perform a specialized function or functions. Organelles
Molecules that contain all the genetic material and traits for each organism. DNA
Molecules are single stranded nucleic acids composed of nucleotides. RNA
A type of plastid that contains chlorophyll which is where photosynthesis takes place. Chloroplast
An organelle that modifies,sorts,and packs molecules and stores or sends it when needed. Golgi Complex
Often known as the "powerhouses" of the cell, this organelle generates energy for the cell through cellular respiration.​This means it takes in nutrients from the cell, breaks it down, and turns it into energy. Mitochondria
An organelle in both plant and animal cells that provides support and participates in a variety of cellular functions including storage, protection, and growth. Vacuole
Sacs of enzymes that digest food, water, and waste Lysosomes
Extensive network of membranes composed of both regions with ribosomes (rough ER) and regions without ribosomes (smooth ER). Endoplasmic Reticulum
Tiny structures bound by a membrane that contain enzymes that produce hydrogen peroxide as a by-product. Peroxisomes
The outermost covering of a cell that protects the cell and gives it shape & support. Cell Wall
Multicellular organism Eukaryote
Unicellular organism Prokaryote
Organisms made up of only one cell Unicellular Organisms
Organisms made up of two or more cells Multicellular Organisms
Chemical compound that contains carbon atoms. Organic Compound
Molecules that allow organisms to transfer genetic info from one generation to the next. There are two types of nucleic acids: DNA and RNA. Nucleic Acid
Consisting of RNA and proteins, they are responsible for protein production and assembly. Ribosomes
A substance made entirely of one type of atom. Element
The smallest unit of a substance that maintains the properties of that substance. Atom
Membrane bound structure that contains the cell's hereditary information and DNA. Also controls all of the cells activities. Nucleus
A membrane which surrounds the genetic material and nucleus in eukaryotic cells. Nuclear Membrane
A structure inside the cell nucleus that rewrites ribosomal RNA (rRNA) and combine it with proteins, results in the formation of incomplete ribosomes. Nucleolus
Tubelike structures that aid in cell division and Celiogenesis, are generally are found close to the nucleus Centrioles
A theory that descibes the basic characteristics of all cells and organisms. It is one if the foundational ideas of modern biology Cell Theory

Cell organelles and functions Crossword

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Basic unit of a chemical element Atom
A group of atoms bonded together Molecule
the smallest structural and functional unit of an organism, Cell
an organelle found in large numbers in most cells Mitochondria
the material or protoplasm within a living cell Cytoplasm
study of cell structure and function Cell biology
the semipermeable membrane surrounding the cytoplasm of a cell. Cell membrane
(in green plant cells) a plastid that contains chlorophyll and in which photosynthesis takes place. Chloroplast
a dense organelle present in most eukaryotic cells Nucleus
any of a number of organized or specialized structures within a living cell. Organelles
single-celled organism which has neither a distinct nucleus with a membrane nor other specialized organelles Prokaryote
organism whose cells contain a nucleus surrounded by a membrane Eukaryote
a rigid layer of polysaccharides lying outside the plasma membrane of the cells of plants, fungi, and bacteria Cell wall
A sphere-shaped structure within the cytoplasm of a cell that is composed of RNA and protein and is the site of protein synthesis Ribosomes
a network of membranous tubules within the cytoplasm of a eukaryotic cell Endoplasmic Reticulum
It is another packaging organelle like the endoplasmic reticulum Golgi Complex
transport of materials within the cytoplasm. Vesicles
an organelle in the cytoplasm of eukaryotic cells containing degradative enzymes enclosed in a membrane. Lysosomes
Theory that states that cells are the basic units of structure and function in living organisms. Cell theory

Biology Chapter 1 Vocabulary Crossword Puzzle

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The study of life biology
Anything that has all the characteristics of life organism
something arranged in an orderly way organization
the addition of mass growth
natural changes over an organisms life development
the production of offspring reproduction
a group of breeding organisms species
the ability to react to an internal or external environment stimulus
a reaction response
anything upsetter by its normal state homeostasis
any inherited characteristic adaptation
study of the natural world science
explanation of a natural phenomeon supported by many observations and experiments theory
relationships under certain conditions in nature law
procedures and results of experiments that are evaluated by other scientist who are in the same feild peer review
the feild of study that applies science to matters of legal interest and areas such as archaeology forensics
set of moral principles or values ethics
information gained from observations data
group in experiment that is exposed to the factor being tested experimental group
direct method of gathering information in an orderly way observation
experimental group NOT exposed to the factor being tested control group
organized series of events in scientific inquiry scientific method
factor in experiment that depends on changes of the independent variable dependent variable
factor that remains fixed in experiment while independent and dependent variables change constant
tested factor in experiment independent variable
investigation done in a controlled setting that tests a hypothesis experiment
testable explanation of a situation hypothesis
logical conclusion based on gathered information inferences
international system of units SI
measuring units with divisions that are powers of ten metric system

Unit 1 Vocabulary Review Crossword

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An event, condition, or factor that can be changed or controlled in order to study or test a hypothesis in a scientific experiment. Variable
A term used to describe the certainty of data or results of an investigation or experiment. Valid
Multiple sets of measurements or observations in a scientific investigation. Trials
An explanation for some naturally occurring event developed from extensive Theory
A term used to describe a question that can be answered through an experiment or observation. Testable
The variable manipulated by the experimenter in order to study changes in the outcome variable. TestVariable
Observations obtained by following a preplanned method of observation. systematic
The reproduction of a scientific investigation by another person to ensure accuracy. replication
Making multiple sets of measurements or observations in a scientific investigation repetitions
To state what one thinks will happen under certain conditions based on data or observation predict
A factor, usually being measured or observed, that responds to, or depends on, another factor (test variable). outcomevariable
Information about the natural world gathered through the senses and/or scientific instruments. observation
A replica or description designed to show the workings or structure of an object or system. model
A scientific principle based on many observations of naturally occurring events that demonstrate it to be without exception under certain stated conditions. See also theory. Law
An organized scientific study of the natural world that may include making systematic observations, asking questions, gathering information, analyzing data, summarizing results, drawing conclusions, and/or communicating results. Investigation
An explanation based on evidence that is not directly observed Inference
A statement that can be tested scientifically through experiments and/or other scientific investigations. hypothesis
A scientific test or procedure that is carried out under controlled conditions to answer a scientific question. experiment
Evidence based on observations or experiments rather than theory. empiricalevidence
Measurements or observations collected and recorded in an experiment or investigation data
A factor or condition in a scientific experiment that is purposefully kept the same. controlledvariable
A group in a scientific experiment that serves as a reference for comparison to the experimental group; a group that is untreated by the factor being tested. controlgroup
A statement that tells what an investigation showed, based on observations and data. conclusion
To examine methodically by separating into parts and studying their interrelatedness. Analyze

Biology Crossword Puzzle

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The info gathered in observations is evidence or ____ Data
This microscope allows light to pass through the specimen Light
The 3rd goal of science is to use those explanations to make useful ____ Predictions
Every one uses it except US Metricsystem
This type of electron microscope runs a pencil like beam of electrons back and forth across the specimen sem
This type of electron microscope shines a beam of electrons trough a thin specimen tem
This microscope can form images of objects 1000 times smaller electron
Hypothesis must be _____ testable
This variable is observed and changes in response to another variable responding
Is a logical interpretation based on prior knowledge inference
This variable is deliberately changed manipulated
"One of the birds has a red head" is a ___ observation qualitative
Observations can lead to inferences or ____ questions
When only one variable is changed at a time in an experiment controlled
scientists make ___ observations
"The worm is 2 cm long" is a ___ observation quantitive
The goal of science is to ____ and under stand nature investigate
The 2nd goal of science is to ____ events in nature explain
a explanation made on the basis of limited evidence as a starting point for further investigation hypothesis
In science the word ____ applies to a well-tested explanation that unifies a theory

Biology Chapter 1 Crossword

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An organized way of gathering and analyzing evidence about he natural world Science
The act of noticing and describing events or processes in an orderly way Observation
Logical interpretation Inference
Scientific explanation for a set of observations Hypothesis
An experiment where one variable is always the same Controlled experiment
A variable that is deliberately changed Independent variable
Changes in response to the independent variable Dependent variable
Exposed to the same conditions except for one ind. variable Control group
Detailed records Data
Ties many hypothesis together Theory
Particular preference or point of view Bias
The study of life Biology
Genetic code DNA
A signal to which an organism responds Stimulus
Cells from two parents unite to form the first cell of a new organism Sexual reproduction
Single organism produces offspring identical to itself Asexual reproduction
Living things maintain a stable internal environment Homeostasis
The way in which an organism can build up or break down materials Metabolism
All forms of life are connected here Bioshere

7th Grade Math Vocabulary Crossword

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angles that have a common side and vertex adjacent
The measure in square units of the inside region of a closed two dimensional figure. area
Choosing data that is not random for statistical analysis. bias
a graph using a number line to show distribution of the data set. It is created by finding medians. box plot
100 percent chance of the even happening. certain
The distance around a circle. Circumference
An amount of money that is a percentage of the value involved paid to the employee that made the sale. commission
two angles with combined measurements of 90 degrees. complementary angles
A place containing two perpendicular axis (x and y) intersecting at he origin, the point (0, 0). coordinate plane
a shape created when a 3D figure is cut parallel or perpendicular to the base. cross section
A straight line passing through the center of a circle touching two points on the circumference. diameter
The answer to a subtraction problem. difference
The number being divided. dividend
The number by which another number is divided, divisor
Close to a 50 percent chance of the event happening. equally likely
A mathematical statement that includes and equal sign to show that two expressions are equal. equation
The likelihood of an even happening is based on experience and observation rather than on theory. experimental probability
the number of times a base occurs as a factor. exponent
One or a group of mathematical symbols representing a number or quantity. expression
a whole number that multiplies with another number to make a third number. factor
Also known as a tip. gratuity
The second place to the right of the decimal point hundredths place
A zero percent chance of the event happening. impossible
A positive number, a negative number or zero NOT a decimal or fraction. integer
A measure of spread on a box plot equal to the difference between the upper limit of the lower quarter and the lower limit of the upper quartile. Interquartile range
a non-terminating or non-repeating decimal. irrational
More than a 50 percent chance of the event happening. likely
A percentage added onto the price of an item to make a profit. markup
Find the mean. Create a table to determine each point's distance from the mean. Find the mean of the distances. mean absolute deviation
The middle number when a set of data is put in order. median
The number that appears the most in a data set. mode

Evidence for Evolution Crossword

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the process by which living organisms are thought to have changed, developed, and diversed throughout earths history Theory of Evolution
any genetic change in a population that is inherited over several generations Biological Evolution
the process where organisms adapt to their environment tend to survive and produce more offspring Natural Selection
a characteristic of a species that enables the species to blend into their environment Adaption
an adaption that enables species to blend into their environment Camouflage
when one species resembles another species in how it looks or behaves Mimicry
disappearance of a species from the earth Extinction
the study of similarities and differences among structures of living species. Comparative anatomy
body parts of organisms that are similar in structure but have different functions Homologous Structures
body parts with similar functions but have different underlying structures Analgous structures
body parts that have lost their original function through evolution Restigial structures
study of development from fertilization to birth Embryology
describes the difference between individuals in a population Genetic variation
how many varieties there are in a population Population diversity