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A list of really useful science words for PSLE students.
James Ang's Really Useful PSLE Science Word-list
A material that takes in water or other things such as energy and radiation. A chemical with a sour taste which turns blue litmus paper red. Animals and plants survive in nature due to their special characteristics and natural protective mechanisms. A chemical with a bitter taste which turns red litmus paper blue. A material usually made from the mixtures of two or more metals. A unicellular micro-organism that can carry out its own life functions. An amphibian is an animal that can live in both land and water. An example is the frog. The male part of a flower which produces pollen grains. Substance that kills germs that may be found in cuts and wounds. A blood vessel that carries blood rich in oxygen away from the heart to the other parts of the body. The air that surrounds planet Earth. The smallest particle in an element. Each atom has a nucleus in the middle and one or more electrons orbiting around it. Vein; capillaries Stigma
The axis of the Earth is an imaginary line through the Earth from North to South pole which causes day and night when the Earth rotates around its axis Tiny organisms which are made up of one cell, many which cause diseases. A type of connection between two bones that allows rotational movement. An example is the neck joint. Biodegradable materials can be broken down naturally by decomposers such as bacteria or fungi. The study of living things to produce benefits to ensure the survival of the human species. An organ in the abdomen which stores urine before it is released outside of the body. Blood is the red liquid that is pumped around our body by the heart. It transports oxygen, food, water to all parts of our body. The temperature at which a liquid changes to a gas. A method of reproduction in which a new cell is formed by growing out from a part of the parent cell. Micro-organisms such as yeast reproduced by budding. Protection mechanisms due to the colour, marking or animal shape that help living things to blend with its surroundings. Capillaries are narrow blood vessels that connect arteries to veins in order for substances to be transported to and away from the body cells. Carbohydrates are foods that give us energy. The process by which carbon in the atmosphere is converted from one form to another and back again in a continuous manner. A colourless and odourless gas which makes up 0.03% of air. It can trap heat and cause greenhouse effect. It is taken in by green plants during photosynthesis and given out by living things during respiration and given off during decomposition. An animal that only feeds on other animals Greenhouse effect Capillary (singular) Life science Bacterium (Singular)
Ball and socket joint
Boiling point Budding
Carbohydrates Carbon cycle
The smallest unit of life. Tiny discs found in plant cells containing chlorophyll. Thread like structures that have genes and control what a living thing looks like and how it functions.27 28 Carnivore Catalyst An animal that only feeds on other animals A catalyst speeds up the rate of a reaction without itself being changed in the process. Example is the burning of paper. The liquid found in a plant cell which keeps the cell firm. identical cells. Examples are candles. A change which had taken place which cannot be changed back to it original form without employing the use of chemical means. A hard and strong material which is made from sand or clay. Properties or qualities used to describe or distinguish a thing or group of things. A form of energy that is stored in chemical forms waiting to be used. The thin and soft layer that surrounds the cytoplasm of a cell which controls the materials moving into and out of the cell. All living things are made up of cells. The path though which electricity flows from the battery through wires and devices before returning Chloroplasts Irreversible change 31 Cell membrane 32 Cell sap 33 Cell wall 34 Centre of gravity 35 Ceramic 36 Characteristics 37 Chemical change 38 Chemical energy 39 Chlorophyll 40 41 Chloroplasts Chromosome 42 Circuit . food and batteries. It is semi-permeable in that it allows some substances to pass through but not others. 29 Cell 30 Cell division The process whereby one cell splits to produce two new. The point at which the mass of an object appears to act on. A thick layer around the plant cell that is made up of cellulose and helps maintain the shape of the plant cell. The green pigment found in plants that enables photosynthesis to take place.
An experiment that is set up to be use for comparison to identify the effect or observation made due to a change of a condition or variable in the experiment. Dichotomous k ey 44 Circulatory system 45 Classification 46 Closed circuit 47 Combustion The burning through the action of heat on certain materials.back to the power source. Protection and preservation of the environment and natural resources. An animal that eats plants or other animals to derive energy. Evaporation 48 Community 49 Condensation 50 Conduction A method of heat or electricity transfer which usually takes place in a solid object. blood vessels and blood to carry food. oxygen and waste materials within the body. A closed circuit allows electricity to flow through. It is made up of the heart. Helps to make the information more useful and easy to understand and remember. The process in which a gas changes to a liquid upon cooling. water. It is made up of all the populations of living things that lives together in a habitat. A decrease in size or volume due to heat loss. A material that allows heat or electricity to pass through it easily. A method of heat transfer that usually occurs in Expansion Insulator 51 Conductor 52 Conservation 53 Constriction 54 Consumer 55 56 Contraction Control experiment 57 Convection . A small bend found in the clinical thermometer to prevent the mercury from flowing back to the bulb. 43 Circuit breaker A device that automatically breaks the flow of electricity in a circuit when there is a surge of electric current caused by faulty appliances or short circuit. A system of organising and arranging things that are related and/or share similar characteristics or nature. Most metals such as copper and silver are good conductors.
The living environment of a community of organisms. Jelly-like substance containing chemicals where chemical reactions of the cell take place. The variety of living and non-living things that have different characteristics. Carbon dioxide is produced in the process. The valid and necessary conditions.57 Convection A method of heat transfer that usually occurs in gases or liquids. A classification used to identify living things by dividing the group into two smaller groups each time. Criterion (singular) 58 Criteria 59 Current A flow of electricity in a circuit. The molecules of DNA contain the information for cells to reproduce correctly. The indiscriminate cutting down or burning of trees for mankind related development. A statement of the meaning of a word. A measure of the mass of an object per unit volume. Current is measured in Amperes. The process by which food is broken down into simpler forms for adsorption into the blood stream to be transported to the other parts of the body. Generator Enzyme 67 Dichotomous key 68 Digestion 69 Dispersal 70 Diversity 71 Dynamo 72 Ecosystem . 60 Cytoplasm 61 Decomposer 62 Definition 63 Deforestation 64 Density 65 Deoxyribonucleic Acid (DNA) 66 Diaphragm A dome-shaped sheet of muscle that supports and separates the chest from the abdomen. The scattering of fruits and seeds for reproduction of plants to take place in a favourable environment. Examples are bacteria and fungi. An organism that breaks down dead or decaying materials into simple forms. A device that converts kinetic energy to generate electricity to power appliances and households. word group or a process. Materials with a high density are heavy for their size while materials with a low density are light for their size.
Energy is the capacity to do work. Fats found in animals are reserves for when food is contraction Condensation Atom Solenoid. A form of energy caused by the flow of electrons through an electrical conductor. The amount of force to be exerted on the body. permanent magnet 76 Electrical energy 77 Electricity 78 Electromagnet 79 Electron 80 Element 81 Embryo 82 83 Energy Environment 84 Enzyme 85 Evaporation 86 87 88 Exhale Expansion Experiment 89 90 Extinct Fats . temperature and the size of exposed surface area. A magnet that is made by passing an electric current though a solenoid (a wire coil) around a piece of soft iron core. The state of being no longer in existence. Examples are digestive enzymes such as amylase and protease. The process in which a liquid changes to a gas or vapour. The flow of electrical energy through an electrical conductor. The rate of evaporation depends on humidity. To give or breathe out air.73 74 75 Efficiency Effort Elastic energy The ratio of the Output energy over the Input energy. A negatively charged particle found inside an atom and which orbit around the nucleus. An unborn offspring of an animal that is formed inside the animal or an egg. wind. The living and non-living things that affect the organism in its habitat. Enzymes are organic catalysts which speed up the rate of reactions. An increase in size or volume due to heat gain A scientific method use to test out an idea or demonstrate the effect of an action. An element is a substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances by any chemical method. A form of potential energy stored due to the compression or stretching of an elastic material.
A push or a pull. size of populations and relative amount of food each consumer needs for survival. An example of a flexible material is rubber. A technique of separating a soluble substance from a insoluble substance by means of a filter paper. A process where sugar or carbohydrates are changed into alcohol and carbon dioxide due to the action of yeast which is a fungus. A food pyramid shows food relationship. The point at which a lever is supported. Anything that produces heat and light energy when burnt.90 Fats Fats found in animals are reserves for when food is scarce. The ability of a material to be bent easily without breaking or damaging it. A food web is made up of a series of food chains that are interconnected. hinge or knife edge. Reproduction 91 Fermentation 92 Fertilisation 93 Filament 94 Filter 95 Filtrate 96 Flexibility 97 Food chain 98 Food pyramid 99 Food web 100 Force 101 102 103 104 Freezing point Frequency Friction Fuel 105 Fulcrum 106 Full moon The moon with the whole disk illuminated by the . The process in which the male cell meets the female cell and fuses together. The filament is a male part of the flower which holds up the anther. The clear part of substance that has passed through the filter paper. It can affect the motion and also change the shape of an object. A rubbing force which slows down moving objects. Fats are solids while oil is liquid. Fermentation is used in the making of bread and the production of beer and wine. A food chain shows the food relationship and the transfer of energy among organisms. The temperature at which a liquid changes to a solid. The number of complete cycles per unit time. Also known as a pivot.
An example is of a hard material is diamond which is the hardest naturally occurring material. The initial growth of a seed or spore in a conducive environment. They live on other living things and organic materials such as sawdust for their nutrition. sk in infections 108 Gear 109 Gene 110 Genetic engineering 111 Genetic selection 112 Germination 113 Global warming 114 Glucose 115 Gravitation potential energy 116 Gravity 117 Greenhouse effect 118 119 Habitat Hardness 120 Heat 121 Herbivore . Examples are mushrooms. The place or home of an organism. Magnitude of gravitational potential energy depends on the mass. Force of attraction that pulls all objects towards the Earth. Heat has no mass and does not occupy space. The selection of desirable gene for mass reproduction. Techniques used in the alteration (by adding or removal) of an organism's genetic make-up. Atmospheric gases such as carbon dioxide trap heat and cause an overall global warming effect. A group of non-green living things that reproduce by spores and cannot make its own food. A part of a chromosome which controls the characteristics in an organism. Energy stored in a body as a result of its position due to height. An increase in the Earth's atmospheric temperature due to ecological changes. yeast and mould. gravitational acceleration and height. A form of energy that causes a change to the temperature of an object and its surroundings. A form of simple sugar that is carried in the blood stream and used during respiration to produce energy to do work and keep the body warm.106 107 Full moon Fungi The moon with the whole disk illuminated by the Sun. A wheel which has toothed edges and can be used to transfer motion. Global warming Greenhouse effect Fungus (singular). An animal that only feeds on plants. The ability of a material to withstand scratches.
Characteristics which are passed down from the genes of the parents. The scientific name for mankind. An example is housefly. It is explosive when in contact with a naked flame. To provide an explanation about or to derive a conclusion based on certain observations. A colourless and odourless gas which is the lightest gas in the world. A surface that has been raised on one end. An insect is an animal that has three parts to its body and also has six legs. An indicator is a substance which changes colour depending on whether the solution to be tested is acidic or alkaline.121 122 Herbivore Hinge joint An animal that only feeds on plants. Turns from brown to blue in presence of starch. An example is the elbow joint. Animal without backbone. A material that prevents heat or electricity to pass through. DNA 123 124 Homo sapiens Humidity 125 Hydroelectric energy 126 Hydrogen 127 Hypothesis 128 129 Inclined plane Indicator 130 Infer 131 132 Inhale Inheritance 133 Insect 134 Insulator 135 Interdependent 136 137 Invertebrate Iodine solution . The "wetness" or the amount of water vapour contained in the air. To take or breathe in air. A solution used to test for the presence of starch. An idea that is derived from observation but which has not been scientifically proven to be correct and valid. Most non-metals such as air and plastics are insulators. But a spider is not a insect because it has 8 legs. A form of electrical energy produced when water at great heights is used to move the generator turbines. A type of connection between two bones that allows forward and backward movement. A relationship in which organisms depend on one another for survival.
The young of an insect that has been hatched from an egg and which has a 4-stage life cycle. pupa 141 Large intestine 142 Larva 143 Lever 144 Life cycle 145 Life science 146 Light 147 Limewater 148 149 150 Load Luminous Magnet 151 Magnetism 152 Magnitude . A solution used to test for the presence of carbon dioxide gas. Chemical change 139 Kinetic energy Movement energy 140 Laboratory The place where scientists conduct experiments to further the discovery of science. An invisible force that acts on magnetic materials such as iron. A form of energy due to the motion of a body. steel. An object that can exert a magnetic push or pull on other magnetic objects that are made of iron. Chemicals and apparatus are found in a laboratory. Example is the burning of paper. steel. nickel or cobalt. The part of the digestive system that absorbs water and mineral salts. White light can be split into a spectrum of colours. Limewater turns milky (or chalky) when carbon dioxide is passed through it. Natural stages of growth that an organism must pass through from the time it is born or hatched until it dies. This section is after the small intestine and before the rectum. nickel and cobalt. A simple machine which is made up of a strong rigid bar supported on a fulcrum. The larva does not resemble the adult. A form of energy we can detect with our eyes to allow us to see. Light has no mass and does not occupy space. The size and amount of a certain quantity. The study of living things to produce benefits to ensure the survival of the human species. The work that is to be done or carried out. Being able to be seen by the naked eye.138 Irreversible change A change which had taken place which cannot be changed back to it original form without employing the use of chemical means. Biotechnology Larvae (plural).
The moon does not give off its own light but reflects the light it gets from the Sun. Chemicals that occur naturally and a small amount is required for overall good health. Mass is measured in grams and kilograms. An act. The amount of matter in the object. A thin and soft layer which allows some substances to pass through it but not others. The product of the mass and velocity of a moving object. The temperature at which a solid changes to a liquid. A device that converts chemical or electrical energy to kinetic energy. Any matter such as glass. The smallest or lowest amount of a quantity. The biggest or highest amount of a quantity. wood. A natural satellite that revolves around Earth or any other planets. A tiny living thing that cannot normally be seen by the naked human eye but can be observed under a microscope.153 Mammal An animal that has hair. The shedding of skin by insects such as cockroach when they outgrow the skin. Examples are bacteria and germs. process or instance of moving. Natural material. A liquid metal commonly used in a clinical thermometer. ceramic and plastics from which things are made from. synthetic material 154 Mass 155 Material 156 157 158 159 Matter Maximum Melting point Membrane Any object that has weight and occupies space. Movement Engine Microscope 160 Mercury 161 Micro-organism 162 Microscope 163 Mineral salts 164 165 Minimum Momentum 166 Moon 167 168 Motion Motor 169 Moult . whale and dolphin. Examples are human beings. apes. Also a name for a planet in the Solar system. The female gives birth to its young and produces milk to feed them. An instrument used to observe micro-organisms by magnifying them.
During the process enormous amount of energy is given off. Kinetic energy 172 Muscle 173 Muscular system 174 Natural material 175 Nerve 176 Neutron 177 Nitrogen 178 Nitrogen cycle 179 Non renewable 180 Nuclear fusion The fusing or combining of two atoms to form a larger one. Organisms that are made of more than one cell are called multicellular organisms. A thick. Materials that occur naturally such as rubber. cotton. Not replaceable. The young of an insect that has been hatched from an egg and which resembles the adult. The process of taking in food to get energy and for growth and repair. An example is the cockroach. An example is crude oil. A particle found inside the nucleus of an atom and which does not carry any charge. 181 Nuclear fission 182 Nucleus 183 184 Nutrients Nutrition 185 Nymph . wood. 170 171 Movement energy Multicellular A form of energy due to the motion of a body. A colourless. Substances that enable plant and animal growth. The process by which nitrogen in the atmosphere is converted from one form to another and back again in a continuous manner. The splitting of an unstable atom into two or more smaller particles. A body tissue that transmit messages from one part of the body to another.when they outgrow the skin. odourless and inert (unreactive) gas which makes up 78% of air. It is made up of all the muscles in the body to enable movement of various body parts to take place. stretchy tissue that is attached to the bones to control the body parts movements. Take a long time to be replaced naturally. A small structure which contains chromosomes and controls the chemical reactions of the cell.
An example is cardboard. The process by which green plants make food from water and carbon dioxide in the presence of light. Examples are kidney. Examples are digestive system. An animal that feeds on both plants and animals. circulatory system. All living things are organisms. An open circuit does not allow electricity to pass through.186 Oesophagus (gullet) The part of the digestive system that passes food from the mouth to the stomach. translucent 187 188 Omnivore Opaque 189 Open circuit 190 Orbit 191 Organ 192 Organ system 193 194 Organisms Ovary 195 Ovule 196 Oxygen 197 Ozone layer 198 Parasite 199 200 Perpendicular Phloem 201 Photosynthesis . Xylem Respiration satellite transparent. Oxygen is produced during photosynthesis. An organism that depends or lives on other living organisms for food and nutrition. A colourless and odourless gas which is required by all living things in order to stay alive. It makes up 20% of air and supports combustion (burning). The circular path through which an object moves around another object in space. The female part of a plant or an animal which contains the ovules (plant) and the eggs (animal). A line which forms a right angle with the original line. Does not allow any light to pass through it. The female part of a plant which contains the egg cell or seed. The outer tube in a plant that transports food from the leaves to other parts of the plant. heart and the stomach A group of organs organised to perform a particular function. A layer of ozone found in the Earth's atmosphere which protects the living things from harmful ultraviolet radiation of the Sun. One is unable to see through an opaque object. A group of tissues organised to perform a particular function.
All herbivores are prey. durable and waterproof and is derived from the refining of petroleum. Example is the change in states of water. blue and green colours are primary colours. A man-made material which is cheap. Jupiter. Venus. Red. Recycling and reuse of plastics help to reduce environmental pollution. The male cells of a flower that is used to pollinate the flower. An animal that hunts for other animals for food. Mars. To forecast or make a guess based on what is known or observed. Actions and activities that causes the environment to become dirty and unsuitable for living. Saturn. Green plants that can make their own food by photosynthesis. It does not break down easily and can cause pollution.202 Physical change A change which had taken place which can be easily changed back to its original form by the use of physical means. Mercury. Uranus. Most carnivores are predators. An animal that is eaten by other animals. The movement of pollens from the anther of a flower to reach the stigma so that reproduction can take place. The nine planets in the Solar System are. Earth. A large object that revolves around the Sun. Neptune and Pluto. A group of living things of the same kind living together and reproducing themselves in a particular habitat. Reversible change 203 Planet 204 Plastic 205 Pollen grains 206 Pollination 207 Pollution 208 Population 209 Potential energy Stored energy 210 Predator Prey 211 Predict 212 213 Pressure Prey 214 215 Primary colours Prism 216 Producer . Pressure is the force pressing on a given area. A form of energy that is stored for the purpose of being used later. A prism is a shaped piece of glass which can split white light into the colour of a spectrum or a rainbow.
A material that causes light energy or other form of radiation to bounce off a smooth surface. A positively charged particle found inside the nucleus of an atom. The process by which living things produce more of their own kind to ensure the survival of the species. 218 Proton 219 Puberty 220 Pulley 221 Pulse 222 Pupa The stage of growth between the larva and the adult of an insect of a 4-stage life cycle.217 Protein Protein helps build the body's tissue for growth and repair. Pupae (plural) 223 Radiation 224 Rainbow 225 226 Rate Reaction 227 Recycle 228 Reflection 229 Reflector 230 Renewable 231 Reproduction 232 Reptile 233 Residue . A method of heat transfer that does not required a medium for it to take place. When chemicals react they combine together in different ways or splits apart to form simpler substances. An example is crocodile. The stage in mankind where the reproductive organs are being developed. A rainbow is a natural phenomenon and is formed when sunlight passes through drops of rain. An example is plastics which can be recycled. An example of renewable resource is trees. To be used again through a cycle of changes or treatment. The part remaining after another part has been filtered away by filtration method. Can be replaced naturally. A simple machine which is made up of a rope wound around a supported wheel. The process by which light and sound waves get bounced off when they strike a surface. A measure of quantity in relation to time. The rate of heart beats which can be felt in the arteries. Reptiles are cold blooded animals which have dry and scaly skins.
A change which had taken place which can be easily changed back to its original form by the use of physical means. The process of turning or spinning on its own axis in a circular motion. mouth.filtered away by filtration method. A thin and soft layer which allows some substances to pass through it but not others. windpipe. The part of a seed that protects the baby plant and provides it with food during germination stage. A young plant made of few roots and leaves. One revolution is a complete round of movement about an object. lungs and diaphragm working together to exchange gases with the surroundings. The part of the skeleton that protects the lungs and heart. Example is the change in states of water. A scavenger does not hunt for its own prey but feeds on dead animals left behind by other predators. Science is the study or natural things around us. Shadow has no mass and does not occupy space. 234 Respiration The process by which living things take in oxygen to break down food to produce energy to do work and keep the body warm. An object that revolves around another object in space. The part of the eye which captures the image a person sees. The way scientists go about finding out things. orbit Physical change 235 Respiratory system 236 Retina 237 Reversible change 238 Revolution 239 Ribcage 240 Rotation 241 Satellite 242 Scavenger 243 244 245 Science Scientific method Seed leaf 246 247 Seedling Semi permeable membrane 248 Shadow The darkened parts formed when light is blocked by an opaque object. . It is made up of nose. Carbon dioxide is given off during respiration.
Produced by fungi. The Solar System comprises the Sun. The Sun is the most important star in the Solar system. A male reproductive cell that that is produced by the testis of the male animal. invertebrate 250 Skeleton 251 Small intestine 252 Soil erosion 253 Solar energy 254 Solar system 255 256 Solution Sound 257 Species 258 Speed 259 Sperm 260 Spore 261 Star 262 Starch 263 Steam 264 Stigma 265 Stomata . The supporting framework of the body of most animals. A mixture of a liquid with a dissolved solid or gas. This section is after the stomach and before the large intestine.249 Skeletal system It is made up of all the bones in the body to support the body to give it a structure and to protect the delicate body organs. Stomata are Stoma (singular) Carbohydrates Vertebrate. A group of living things of the same kind that can reproduce to continue their existence. Water vapour form from boiling of water at 100 degrees Celsius. The part of the digestive system where most of the digestion of food takes place. moss and bacteria for reproduction. pasta and potatoes which contain starch. An object in space which gives off its own light and heat. The removal of top soil by wind or water and which will lead to environmental problems. Examples are bread. The female part of a flower which receives the pollen grains. the planets that revolves around it and the moons. Tiny openings on the surface of a leaf which allow exchange of gases and water vapour. A form of energy produced as a result of vibration and which can be audible (heard) by living things. How fast an object moves. A form of light and heat energy that comes from the Sun. That is the rate of change of distance moved. Starch is food that gives us energy. ferns.
A duration for which an event occurs.exchange of gases and water vapour. Examples are skin tissue and muscular tissue. styrofoam. The amount of force which can be applied to a material without breaking it. The style is a female part of a flower which connects the stigma and the ovary. nylon. minutes and hours within a day. A switch is used to start or stop an electric current flowing in a circuit. Time is measured in seconds. An instrument used to measure the temperature of a body. (singular) Potential energy 267 Streamline 268 Strength 269 Style 270 Sundial 271 Switch 272 Synthetic material 273 System 274 Telecommunications 275 276 Temperature Testis Testes (plural) 277 Texture 278 Thermometer 279 Time 280 Tissue . 266 Stored energy A form of energy that is stored for the purpose of being used later. The use of radio waves to send and receive signals for communication purposes. such as plastics. Usually include inputs. The reproductive organ of the male animal which produces sperm. Example of a strong material is iron or steel. Example the surface of glass is smooth. The way a material feels when it is touched. Stomata are found mostly on the underside of the leaf. A shape or form which allows air and water to slip through easily. A olden day instrument used to tell the time of the day by measuring the length of a shadow caused by the sun's rays. The degree of hotness or coldness of a body. PVC. process and outputs. A group of related parts working together to perform a function. A group of cells organised to perform a particular function. Materials that are man-made and which does not occur naturally.
The passage in the respiratory system that transfer air from the nose to the lungs. 282 Transparent 283 Transpiration 284 Umbilical cord 285 Unicellular 286 Variable 287 Vein 288 289 290 291 292 Vertebrate Vibration Volume Water vapour Wheel and axle 293 Windpipe 294 Womb 295 Work done 296 Xylem . One can see through a transparent material very clearly. A process where water is drawn up by roots of a plant when water vapour evaporates from the leaves. Water that is in gaseous state. A tube that conveys food. oxygen and blood from the mother to the baby and removes waste products from the baby.281 Translucent Allows some light to pass through. A simple machine which is made from having a bigger wheel joined to a smaller axle. The amount of work done is calculated by the product of Force and distance moved in the direction of the force. The amount of space taken up by an object. When a force is exerted on the wall which does not move at all. Examples are the temperature or light conditions. An example is clear window glass. One can see through a translucent object but not very clearly. Allows most light to pass through it. The movement to and fro about a fixed position. Organisms that are made of one cell are called unicellular organisms. An example is frosted glass. A factor that can be changed to determine the resultant effect on an experiment. Animal with backbone. The organ in females where the baby develops and grows. A blood vessel that carries blood rich in carbon dioxide away from all parts of the body back to the heart. there is no work done! The inner tube in a plant that transports water and mineral salts from the roots to the other parts of the plant.
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