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environment
temperature
frequency
divide
division
population
attend
his
toys
drink
milk
why

Animal Kingdom Crossword

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the largest group of invertebrates that have an exoskelton arthropods
invertebrates that live in damp places on land and breathe using either gills or lungs mollusks
invertebrates that have an exoskeleton and tube feet echinoderms
invertebrates that have long, tube-like bodies that are divided into segments segmentedworms
invertebrates that live attached to a surface and has small holes in their bodies to filter water sponges
skeleton is external exoskeleton
animal's with no backbone invertebrates
endothermic vertebrates that have fur or hair and produce milk for their offspring mammals
endothermic vertebrates that have a beak, two legs, and two wings birds
ectothermic vertebrates that live in or near water and have scales reptiles
ectothermic vertebrates that a can breathe their skin when they are in the water amphibians
vertebrates that live in the water and filter oxygen from the water through their gills fish
body temperature says about the same regardless of the temperature of their environment endothermic
body temperature that is close to that of their environment ectothermic
skeleton is inside their bodies endoskeleton
animal with a backbone vertebrate
made up of more than one cell mulitcellular

Mitosis Crossword

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the process of a cell dividing into two new daughter cells cell division
type of reproduction in which cells from two parents unite to form the first cell of a new organism sexual reproduction
substance found in eukaryotic chromosomes that consists of DNA tightly coiled around histones chromatin
period of the cell cycle between cell divisions interphase
phase of mitosis in which the distinct individual chromosomes begin to spread out into a tangle of chromatin telophase
one of two identical “sister” parts of a duplicated chromosome Chromatid
phase of mitosis in which the chromosomes separate and move to opposite ends of the cell anaphase
process of reproduction involving a single parent that results in offspring that are genetically identical to the parent asexual reproduction
threadlike structure of DNA and protein that contains genetic information chromosome
series of events in which a cell grows, prepares for division, and divides to form two daughter cells cell cycle
phase of mitosis in which the chromosomes separate and move to opposite ends of the cell anaphase
part of eukaryotic cell division during which the cell nucleus divides mitosis
division of the cytoplasm to form two separate daughter cells cytokinesis
first and longest phase of mitosis in which the genetic material inside the nucleus condenses and the chromosomes become visible prophase
structure in an animal cell that helps to organize cell division centriole
phase of mitosis in which the chromosomes line up across the center of the cell metaphase

Human Impacts on the Environment Crossword

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a gradual increase in the overall temperature of the earth's atmospher Global warming
the increase in the number of individuals in a population population growth
environmental conditions that limit the growth, abundance, or distribution of an organism or a population of organisms in an ecosystem. Limiting Factor
crops that a region can support without environmental degradation. Carrying Capacity
the distribution of people among various ages. Age Structure
the presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance or thing that has harmful or poisonous effects. Pollution
cannot be readily replaced nonrenewable resources
may include goods or commodities such as wood, paper and leather renewable resources
cause economic or environmental harm or harm to human health invasive species
the action of clearing a wide area of trees. deforestation
the variety of life in the world or in a particular habitat or ecosystem. biodiversity

COLLEGE TERMINOLOGY Crossword

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This person will help you select your courses. Academic Advisor
Any student not maintaining satisfactory progress toward his/her educational objectives will be placed on probation for a semester. Academic Probation
achieve the minimum cumulative GPA required. Academic Suspension
people who have graduated from the institution. Alumni
completion of a program of at least two, but less than four years of college work. Associate's Degree
A student who does not want to receive credit in a course Audit
undergraduate degree offered by four-year colleges and universities Bachelor's Degree
stock of all the books and other materials Bookstore
provide all types of information Catalog
College Level Examination Program CLEP
an institution of higher education that grants degrees and certificates College
a student who lives off-campus Commuter
attend two educational institutions at the same time Concurrent Enrollment
numbers usually containing 3 or 4 digits Course Numbers
a student must attend a class for one classroom hour Credit Hours
completion of a program of study leading to a degree or certificate. Curriculum
required GPA, prerequisite and elective courses within the specified major, and/or minor areas of study. Degree Requirements
successful completion of a prescribed program of study. Degrees
basic organizational unit in a higher education Department
could be several different things Division
procedure by which students choose classes each semester. Enrollment
Free Application for Federal Student Aid. FAFSA

Ecology Unit Crossword Puzzle!

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Study of interactions among organisms AND between organisms and their environments. ECOlOGY
A group of organisms so similar to one another that they can breed and produce offspring. SPECIES
All of the individuals of a single species that live within a certain area. POPULATION
A group of ecosystems that have the same climate and similar communities. BIOME
The portion of the Earth in which all living things exist (includes land, water, and atmosphere). BIOSPHERE
Things in the environment that are ALIVE. BIOTIC
NON-LIVING things in the environment (soil, water, 02, temperature, light, humidity, and minerals). ABIOTIC
Any factor that limits the growth of a population. LIMITING FACTOR
The three parts of this are MUTUALISM, COMMENSALISM, and PARASITISM. SYMBIOSIS
A place where an organism lives. HABITAT
What the organism does and how it interacts with the biotic and abiotic factors. NICHE
An orderly sequence of different communities over a period of time in a particular area. ECOLOGICAL SUCCESSION
First species to populate an area. PIONEER SPECIES
A stable community where populations of plants and animals exist together. CLIMAX COMMUNITY
The range of the population. GEOGRAPHIC DISTRIBUTION
The number of individuals per unit area. POPULATION DENSITY
The spatial distribution of individuals within the population. DISPERSION
Change in size and composition over time. POPULATION DYNAMICS
Things produced by the ecosystem that benefits humans. RESOURCES
Large variety of species living with each other and their environment. BIODIVERSITY

Sound Waves Crossword

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a measure of how high or low a sound is percieved to be depending on frequency of the sound wave pitch
the most common unit is used to measure loudness (symbol, ab) decibel
a longitudinal wave is caused by vibrations and that travels through a material medium sound wave
a physical environment in which phenomena occurs medium
an observed change in the frequency of a wave when the source or observer is moving doppler effect
the extent to which a sound can be heard loudness
move back and forth vibration
how loud a sound seems volume
how fast an object is vibrating frequency
shows how loud the sound is amplitude

Ecology: Levels of Organization Crossword

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All living organisms inhabiting Earth Biotic Factor
The role a species plays in a community Niche
Life supporting portions of the Earth comprised of air, land and water Biome
The scientific study of interactions between organisms and their environments Ecology
A group of organisms of one species Population
Several interacting populations that inhabit a common environment and interdependent Community
All nonliving parts of the environment (temperature, soil, light, moisture) Abiotic Factor
Lowest level of organization Organism
Ecology is a science of ____. Relationships
Populations in a community including all abiotic factors in which they interact Ecosystem
The place an organism lives Habitat
Any abiotic or biotic factor that restricts the existence of organisms in a specific environment Limiting Factor
A niche is determined by the ________ limitation of an organism Tolerance

I.E.D Unit 3 key terms Crossword

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The closeness to the actual or accepted value Accuracy
Indicates the end of a dimension line or leader line Arrowheads
A measuring instrument with 2 adjustable jaws used to measure diameter and thickmess Caliper
A group of values used to analyze the distribution of data Class Interval
To change a unit into a different quantity Convert
Facts and statistics used for reference or analysis Data
A group of individual values that are related in some way Data Set
Having the 3 principles of height depth and width Dimension
A line that represents distance Dimension lines
A statistical chart consisting of data points plotted Dot plot
The rate something occurs over a particular period Frequency
A diagrams howing the relation between 2 variable quantities Graph
A graph of vertical bars representing the frequency distribution of a set data Histogram
An international system of 7 measuring units International System
Adding all the values then dividing by the number of value Mean
The number in the middle Median
To determine the size, amount, or degree of an object Measure
A method of visually displaying a distribution of data values where each value is show as a dot or mark above a number line Line plot
A change or slight difference in condition, amount, or level Variation
A standard quantity in terms of which other quantities may be expressed Unit
A system of measurement used in the United States US Measuring system
The value shown the most Mode
Collections of data Statistics
The distance of a value in a population from the mean value of the population Standard Deviation
The digits in a decimal number that carry meaning contributing to the precision or accuracy of the quantity Significant Digits
A graph in the coordinate plane representing a set of bivariate data Scatter plot
The degree to which repeated measurements show the same result Precision
A function that represents the distribution of variables as a symmetrical bell-shaped graph Normal Distribution
A number value or algebraic equation that is used to control the size or location of a geometric figure Numeric Constraint
A propotion between 2 set of dimensions Scale
An non-govrnment global organizations which is the development of technical standards through consensus ISO

Anatomy and Physiology Chapter 1 Crossword

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Study of the structure of the body Anatomy
Study of the functions of the body Physiology
Smallest unit of an element Atom
Smallest unit of life Cell
It is made of 11 systems that work together Organism
Toward the head Superior
Towards the back Posterior
Close to the point of attachment Distal
Towards the surface Superficial
A cut that divides the bod or organ into superior and inferior part Transverse
A cut that divides the body or organ into right and left parts Sagittal
Cavity that surrounds each lung Pleural
Cavity that contains the liver and the stomach Abdominal
A fluid that allows the organs to move without friction Serous
Feedback that reverses the stimulus Negative
Fluid found outside of the cells Extracellular
Extracellular fluid found in the blood vessels Plasma
Organ that responds to control center's output Effector
What monitors the environment Receptor
A cavity that contains 4 quadrants Abdominopelvic

Ecology Crossword

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A series of of steps how organisms transfer food into energy Food chain
Network of animels feeding habits Food web
The steps in a food web/chain Trophic levels
Sunlight/chemical energy converted into forms that cells can use Autotrophs
The study of interaction between organisms and their environment. Ecology
A consumer that eats Meat. Carnivore
An organism that gets energy by breaking down the remains of dead organisms. Decomposer
Eating something Consumer
Eats plants Herbivore
None living part of a environment Abiotic factor
Population as a whole Community
A group of individuals of the same species. Population
Living factors in the environment. Biotic factor
Place on earth where life is Biosphere
Similar organisms that breed/produce Species
Ecosystem that has close to the same climates and organisms. Biome
Living in a place together with their physical environment is known as what? Ecosystem
Eats both plants and animals Omnivores
Eats already dead or found animals Scavengers
organisms in an ecosystem that produce biomass from inorganic compounds Primary producer
Why are plants green? Photosynthesis
of organic compounds by bacteria or other living organisms using energy derived from reactions involving inorganic chemicals, typically in the absence of sunlight. Chemosynthesis
an organism deriving its nutritional requirements from complex organic substances. Heterotroph
an animal that feeds on dead organic material, especially plant detritus. Detritivore