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Where the dead lay cemetery
The unlucky number Thirteen
Large house with many guest rooms mansion
Outdoor shade structures with a solid roof and partially open sides. Usually characterized by their odd shape Gazebo
A post-mortem examination autopsy
Common name for Atropa belladonna Deadly nightshade
Another name for Diary journal
The scientific study of plants, including their physiology, structure, genetics, ecology, distribution, classification, and economic importance. Botany
A large natural stream of water flowing in a channel to the sea, a lake, or another such stream. river
Substance that can cause death, injury or harm to organs, tissues, cells, and DNA usually by chemical reactions or other activity on the molecular scales, when an organism is exposed to a sufficient quantity. poison

6th grade science- lesson 1 - Kingdoms Crossword

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Classification system useful for storing and finding information about living thi Linnaean system
the arrangement of things in groups of similar items Classification
The name of the kingdom that is made up of animals Animalia
the name of the kingdom that is made up of plants plantae
The name of the kingdom of plant-like organisms that do not make their own food but take the nutrients that they need from the environment fungi
The kingdom of classification in which members often have traits of both plants and animals Protista
the kingdom that includes bacteria monera
A structure or feature of an organism that helps it meet a particular need in its natural habitat adaptation
A large group specifically having simple cells, rigid walls, and very often a flagella for movement eubacteria
microorganisms that are similar to bacteria in size and simplicity of structure but radically different in molecular organization archaebacteria
First part of an organisms scientific name; Group of organisms that share major characteristics and are therefore closely related genus
The second part of an organism's scientific name that identifies one specific organism in the genus species
A guide used to identify an organism based on its characteristics dichotomous key
Cells that contain membrane bound organelles and chromosomes inside the DNA of the nucleus. Includes animals, plants, fungi, protists and types of bacteria eukaryote
a microscopic single-celled organism that does not have a distinct nucleus with a membrane or organelles. Prokaryotes include the bacteria prokaryote

vocabulary lesson 1 Crossword

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The arrangement of things in groups of similar items Classification
A classification system useful for storing and finding information about living things Linnaean system
The name of the kingdom that is made up of animals Animalia
the name of the kingdom that is made up of plants Plantae
The name of the kingdom of plantlike organisms that do not make their own food but take the nutrients that they need from the environment Fungi
the kingdom of classification in which members often have traits of both plants and animals Pratista
the kingdom that includes bacteria Monera
a structure of feature of an organism that helps it meet a particular need in its natural habitat Adaptation
A large group specifically having simple cells with rigid walls and very often a flagella for movement Eubacteria
Microorganisms that are similar to bacteria in size and simple structure but different in molecular organization Anchaebacteria
the first part of an organism scientific name; a group of organisms that share major characteristics of every organism Genus
The second part of an organism's scientific name that identifies one specific organism in the genus Species
A guide used to identify an organism in the genus Dichotomuous
Cells that contain membrane bound organelles and chromosomes inside the DNA of the nucleus. Includes animals plants, fungi, protists and types of bacteria Eukaryote
A microscopic single celled organism that does not have a distinct nucleus with a membrane or organelles consists of bacteria Prokayote

Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Crossword

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How many levels of organization are there in the human body? six
Concerns structures that cannot be seen without magnification Microscopic anatomy
The study of the function of anatomical structures Physiology
The study of the functions of the human body Human physiology
The cornerstone of human physiology is___________,the study of the functions of living cells Cell physiology
The study of the physiology of specific organs Special physiology
The study of the effects of diseases on organ or system functions Pathological
Analyzes the internal structure of indivdual cells Cytology
Considers features visible with the unaided eye Gross anatomy
Refers to the study of general form and superficalmarkings Surface anatomy
Considers the sutructure of major organs systems, which are groups of organs that function together in coordinated manner Systemic anatomy
Means "a cutting open" the study of in ternal and external structures ans the relationships between body parts Anatomy
The study of how living organisms perform their vital functions Physiology
Refers to the existance of a stable internal enivorment Homeostasis
What system delivers air to sites where gas exchange can occur between the air and circulating blood? Respiratory System

Forensic Science Crossword Puzzle

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Material that connects an individual or thing to a certain group. ClassEvidence
This type of fingerprint has no deltas and accounts for about 5% of human fingherprints. Arches
The most common way to remove organs from the body, during an autopsy, in which all the organs are removed at once. RokitanskyMethod
These type of fingerprints are clearly visible and are made when you touch something such as paint or blood and then touch other surfaces. PatentPrints
The path a bullet takes Trajectory
The type of glass that is found in the rear and side windows of a car. TemperedGlass
Solids that have their atoms arranged randomly. Amorphous
The arrangement of spiral grooves on the inside of the barrel. Rifling
The term which encompases all objects that can establish whether a crime has been committed or can provide a link between a perpetrator and a crime. Evidence
The process of separating light into its component colors or frequencies. Refraction
The study of insects in order to provide a link between a perpetrator and a crime. Entomology
Where is DNA located in our bodies? Chromosomes
The study of the uniqueness of friction ridge structures and their use for personal identification. Ridgeology
These types of fingerprints must have one delta and one or more ridges that enter and leave on the same side. Loops
The condition that occurs when there is no heartbeat, no pulse, a cold exterior, and no neurological activity in a body. Death
The condition after death when the muscle cells deplete ATP and the body begins to stiffen. Rigor Mortis
A person's last or dying breath; may be preceded with the "death rattle." Terminal Apnea
A medically qualified public officer whose duty is to investigate deaths occurring under unusual circumstances. Medical Examiner
A fingerprint system that uses whorls. Henry System
Bullet-proof glass Laminated Glass
Fractures emanating outward from a hole. Radial Lines
The instrument most used for examining bullets to see if they've been fired from the same gun. Comparison Microscope
The long, metal tube that guides a projectile out of a firearm. Barrel
These types of fingerprints are formed when you touch something and oil or sweat leaves a print. Latent Prints
The method of removing organs from the body, during an autopsy, in which a medical examiner dissects each organ individually. Virchow Method

Organic Chemistry Crossword

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A compound which have the same molecular formula but a different structural formula Isomer
Hydrocarbon having the general formula CnH2n+2 Alkane
Hydrocarbon that contains one or more carbon-carbon double bonds. Alkenes with only one carbon-carbon double bond have the general formula CnH2n Alkene
A substance that increases the rate of a chemical reaction without itself undergoing any permanent chemical change Catalyst
Reaction of alkenes with hydrogen, water or bromine Addition reaction
An organic acid containing the carboxyl group, -COOH. Carboxylic acid
The chemical name for burning Combustion
The breaking down of long chain hydrocarbon molecules a catalyst to produce smaller hydrocarbon molecules and/or hydrogen. Catalytic cracking
The conversion of glucose by microorganisms such as yeast into ethanol and carbon dioxide. Fermentation
A process that separates the components in a mixture on the bases of their different boiling points Fractional distillation
Organic compounds made up from the elements hydrogen and carbon only Hydrocarbons
A very large molecule built up of a number of repeating units called monomers Polymer
A formula which shows how the atoms are arranged in a molecule Structural formula
A family of organic compounds with members of the family having the same functional group and similar chemical properties Homologous series
The temperature at which a substance boils and turns to vapour Boiling point
A molecule that can be bonded to other identical molecules to form a polymer monomer
A mixture of hydrocarbons present under the earth's crust as a black sticky liquid Crude oil
A group of molecules attached to a backbone chain of a long molecule Side group
Used for fractional distillation of crude oil. Fractioning column
a sweet smelling chemical made by reacting an alcohol with an organic acid Esters

Classification and Dichotomous Keys Crossword

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Description

Swedish Scientist who developed binomial nomenclature Carolus Linnaeus
Organisms are classified into how many Kingdoms? six
The genus name in the scientific name is always... capitalized
The species name in the scientific name is always... underlined
Broadest Classification Group? Domain
Most specific classification group? Species
Eukarya, Bacteria, Archaea belong in what group? Domain
Animalia belongs in what group? Kingdom
Chordata belongs in what group? Phylum
Mammal belongs in what group? class
What is used for identifying unknown organisms? Dichotomous Key
What step do you always start with when using a Dichotomous Key? Step One
When using a Dichotomous Key, do you work forward or backward? Backward
What was the Dichotomous Key based on? Taxonomy
How long did the system that classified animals by their movement last? two thousand years
How many species have been given a scientific name? two million
What is the third broadest Classification level? Genus
The word "Dichotomous" is described as having __ outcomes. two
The first person to create a classification system for living organisms was... Aristotle
True or false: Classification is the system for identifying organisms. true

Classification and 6 Kingdoms Crossword

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What is the arrangement of organisms into orderly groups? classification
What is another name for classification? taxonomy
Who founded taxonomy? (last name only) Linnaeus
A two part naming system is __________________ nomenclature. binomial
What is the largest and most general group? kingdom
Kingdoms are sorted into ___________________. Phylum
Phylums are sorted into ____________________. Class
Classes are subdivided into ______________________. Order
Orders are seperated into _____________________. Family
Families are sorted into what? Genus
Genus are sorted into what? Species
What word means "without a nucleus"? prokaryotic
What word means "containing a nucleus"? Eukaryotic
Organisms that can make their own food are what? Autotrophic
Organisms that cannot make their own food are what? Heterotrophic
One celled organisms are what? Unicellular
Organisms that have more than one cell are what? Multicellular
What are the hair-like structures used in the movement of some animals? Cilia
What are the whip-like structures used in the movement of some organisms? Flagella
What is an organism that breaks down dead or decaying matter? decomposer
______________ fission means split in two. binary

Aquatic Biome Crossword

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Has cool temperatures, 5-16 ft. of rain. Consist of Pine, Redwood, and Sitka Spruce Temperate Rain Forest
Receives the most rain out of all the biomes. Tropical Rain Forest
Grassy plain in tropical and subtropical regions with few trees. Savanna
Hot summers, cold winters. 10 to 35 inches of rain. Temperate Grassland
Shrubland or heatland plant community found primarily in the U.S. state of California. Chaparrel
Constitute a large domain of prokaryotic micro-organism. Eubacteria
Any Eukaryotic organism that includes micro-organisms such as yeast & molds Fungus
action or process of adapting or being adapted Adaptation
Constitute a domain & kingdom of single-celled micro-organisms Archaebacteria
Place where an organism usually lives. Habitat
Large region characterized by a specific type of climate & certain types of plants & animal communities. Biome
Process in which different kinds of living organisms are thought to have developed & diversified from earlier life forms. Evolution
Process of breaking down food to yield energy. Cellular Respiration
Sequence in which energy is transferred from 1 organism to the next. Food Chain
Shows many feeding relationships that are possible in an ecosystem. Food Web
One of the steps in a food chain or food pyramid. Tropic Level
refers to the weather conditions, such as temperature, precipitation, humidity, and winds, in an area over a long period of time Climate
the distance north or south of the equator and is measured in degrees Latitude
the height of an object above sea level Altitude
this layer consists if the tallest trees, which reach heights of 60 to 70m Emergent Layer
considered the primary layer of the rain forest Canopy
a plant that uses another plant for support, but not for nourishment Epiphyte
Very little light reaches this layer Understory
a forest that is characterized by trees that shed their leaves in the fall Temperate Deciduous Forest
the northern coniferous forest that stretches in a broad band across the Northern Hemisphere just below the Arctic Circle Taiga
areas that have widely scattered vegetation and receive very little rain Desert
biome that is in northern arctic regions Tundra
in arctic regions, the permanently frozen layer of soil or subsoil Permafrost
Succession that begins in an area that previously did not support life. Primary Succession
Plant uses sunlight to make sugar for food. Photosynthesis
Bacteria that convert atmosphere nitrogen into ammonia. NItrogen-fixing bacteria
An organism that makes it's own food. Producer
Anything living. Organism
Organism that belongs to the kingdom protistia. Protist
Get their food by breaking down dead organisms. Decomposer
Organisms that get their energy from other organisms. Consumer
Animal that doesn't have a backbone. Invertebrate
Animals that have a backbone. Vertebrate.
A community of organisms and their abotic environment. Ecosystem
The tidal mouth of a large river, where the tide meets the stream. Estuary
The small and microscopic organisms drifting or floating in the sea or freshwater. Plankton

Classification of Living Things Crossword

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Description

A group of organisms that are closely related and can mate to produce fertile offspring species
The level of classification that comes after family and that contains genus
in a taxonomic system, one of the three broad groups that all living things fall into; bacteria, archaea, and eukarya. domain
a domain made up of prokaryotes most of which are known to live in extreme environments that are distinguished from other prokaryotes by differences in their genetics and in the makeup of their cell wall. achaea
a kingdom made up of complex, multicellular organisms that are usually green, have cell walls made of cellulose, cannot move around, and use the sun’s energy to make sugar by photosynthesis. plantae
An organism that cannot make its own food and instead obtains its food and energy by taking in organic substances. Heterotrophic
– a kingdom made up of complex, multicellular organisms that lack cell walls, can usually move around, and quickly respond to their environment. animalia
a kingdom made up pf nongreen, eukaryotic organisms that have no means of movement, reproduce by using spores, and get food by breaking down substances in their surroundings and absorbing the nutrients. fungi
a domain made up of prokaryotes that usually have a cell wall and that usually reproduce by cell division. bacteria
-in a modern taxonomic system, a domain made up of all eukaryotes; this domain aligns with the traditional kingdoms Protista, Fungi, Plantae, and Animalia Eukarya
Organisms that make their own food. Autotrophic
a kingdom of mostly one-celled eukaryotic organisms that are different from plants, animals, archaea, bacteria, and fungi. Protista
the most general of the seven levels of classification of organisms. kingdom

continental drift crossword puzzle

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Crossword
Description

a change in global or regional climate patterns, in particular a change apparent from the mid to late 20th century onwards and attributed largely to the increased levels of atmospheric carbon dioxide produced by the use of fossil fuels. climate change
a theory explaining the structure of the earth's crust and many associated phenomena as resulting from the interaction of rigid lithospheric plates that move slowly over the underlying mantle. platetectonics
Outer most layer of a planet crust
He came up with the idea of continental drift alfred wegener
Something you drink to stay alive water
the upper layer of the earth's mantle asthenosphere
The planet we live on earth
a large natural stream of water flowing in a channel to the sea, a lake, or another such stream river
An action of where thing move away from each other drift
Alfred Wegner believed that all the continents fitted together like....... puzzlepieces
a large natural elevation of the earth's surface rising abruptly from the surrounding level; a large steep hill mountains
Another word for lava magma
the movement caused within a fluid by the tendency of hotter and therefore less dense material to rise, and colder, denser material to sink under the influence of gravity, which consequently results in transfer of heat convection
The thickest layer of the earth mantle
Where all the continents spread apart continentaldrift
a slowly moving mass or river of ice formed by the accumulation and compaction of snow on mountains or near the poles glaicer
The rigid outer part of the earth, consisting of the crust and upper mantle lithosphere
Bones found of things that are now dead that used to be alive fossils
The biggest body of water available ocean
When the continents were all hooked together it was called..... pangea