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OBSERVATION
INFO GATHERED AT THE SCENE USING SENSES
QUALITATIVE
DOES NOT USE MEASUREMENTS
QUANTITATIVE
USES MEASUREMENTS
INFERENCE
CONCLUSION BASED ON PAST EXPERIENCES
ORGANISM
A SINGLE LIVING THING
HYPOTHESIS
EDUCATED GUESS
ETHICS
STUDY OF RIGHT AND WRONG ACTIONS
BIOETHICS
APPLYING ETHICS TO BIOLOGICAL ISSUES
BIOSYNTHETIC GROWTH HORMONE
USED TO MAKE ABNORMALLY SHORT KIDS TALLER
VARIABLE
FACTOR IN AN EXPERIMENT
CONTROL
TEST ONE FACTOR ONLY
MENISCUS
DIP IN THE LIQUID IN A GRADUATED CYLINDER - MEASURE LIQUID LEVEL FROM BOTTOM OF MENISCUS
TOTAL MAGNIFICATION
EYEPIECE X OBJECTIVE
MICROMETER
1/1000 mm
THEORY
EXPLAINS CURRENT OBSERVATIONS AND PREDICTS NEW ONES
SCIENTIFIC FACT
LAW
SCIENTIFIC METHOD
PROBLEM
COLLECT INFO
HYPOTHESIS
EXPERIMENT
COLLECT DATA
DRAW CONCLUSIONS
GOAL
INTENDED OUTCOME
RIGHT
LEGALLY ENTITLED TO
DUTY
OBLIGATION
DIAPHRAGM
CHANGES AMOUNT OF LIGHT COMING THROUGH SLOT
ADJUSTMENT KNOBS
COARSE AND FINE
EYEPIECE
OCULAR - 10X
OBJECTIVE
SCANNING - 4X
LOW - 10X
HIGH - 40X
OBSERVATION
INFO GATHERED AT THE SCENE USING SENSES
QUALITATIVE
DOES NOT USE MEASUREMENTS
QUANTITATIVE
USES MEASUREMENTS
INFERENCE
CONCLUSION BASED ON PAST EXPERIENCES
ORGANISM
A SINGLE LIVING THING
HYPOTHESIS
EDUCATED GUESS
ETHICS
STUDY OF RIGHT AND WRONG ACTIONS
BIOETHICS
APPLYING ETHICS TO BIOLOGICAL ISSUES
BIOSYNTHETIC GROWTH HORMONE
USED TO MAKE ABNORMALLY SHORT KIDS TALLER
VARIABLE
FACTOR IN AN EXPERIMENT
CONTROL
TEST ONE FACTOR ONLY
MENISCUS
DIP IN THE LIQUID IN A GRADUATED CYLINDER - MEASURE LIQUID LEVEL FROM BOTTOM OF MENISCUS
TOTAL MAGNIFICATION
EYEPIECE X OBJECTIVE
MICROMETER
1/1000 mm
THEORY
EXPLAINS CURRENT OBSERVATIONS AND PREDICTS NEW ONES
GOAL
INTENDED OUTCOME
RIGHT
LEGALLY ENTITLED TO
DUTY
OBLIGATION
EVOLVE
CHANGE OVER TIME
SPECIES
SPECIFIC KIND OF LIVING THING
VARIATIONS
SLIGHT DIFFERENCES WITHIN ONE SPECIES
ADAPTATIONS
CHARACTERISTICS THAT IMPROVE AN ORGANISM'S CHANCE OF SURVIVNG TO REPRODUCE
NATURAL SELECTION
SURVIVAL OF THE FITTEST
PSEUDOSCIENCE
FALSE SCIENCE
SCIENTIFIC FACT
LAW
SCIENTIFIC METHOD
PROBLEM
INFORMATION
HYPOTHESIS
EXPERIMENT
DATA
CONCLUSION
EXPERIMENTAL GROUP
WITH VARIABLE
CONTROL GROUP
WITHOUT VARIABLE
EYEPIECE
OCULAR - 10X
OBJECTIVE
SCANNING - 4X
LOW - 10X
HIGH - 40X
DIAPHRAGM
CHANGES AMOUNT OF LIGHT COMING THROUGH SLOT
ADJUSTMENT KNOBS
COARSE AND FINE
UNIFORMITARIANISM
THE GEOLOGICAL STRUCTURE OF EARTH RESULTED FROM CONTINUOUS AND OBSERVABLE PROCESSES
PRINCIPLE OF USE AND DISUSE
ANY BODY PART USED BECOMES STRONGER, AND BODY PART NOT USED BECOMES WEAKER AND GOES AWAY
PRINCIPLE OF ACQUIRED CHARACTERISTICS
CHARACTERISTICS ACQUIRED OVER A LIFETIME ARE PASSED ONTO OFFSPRING
LAMARCK SUMMARY STATEMENT
NEW SPECIES COME ABOUT WHEN OLD SPECIES ACQUIRE NEW CHARACTERISTICS OR LOSE OLD ONES
DARWIN SUMMARY STATEMENT
NEW SPECIES ARE PRODUCED BY NATURAL SELECTION
FAVORABLE ADAPTATIONS
INCREASE THE CHANCE OF SURVIVAL AND THEREFORE MORE OFFSPRING
UNFAVORABLE ADAPTATIONS
DIE YOUNGER AND PRODUCE LESS OFFSPRING
GRADUATED CYLINDER
ACCURATELY MEASURES LIQUID VOLUME
PETRI DISH
USED TO CULTURE BACTERIA AND AS AN AREA FOR GROWTH FOR PLANERIA
MORTAR AND PESTLE
USED TO GRIND MATERIALS LIKE RAW LIVER
COVER SLIPS
PROTECT OBJECTIVE LENSES
FUNNEL
DIRECTS FLOW OF LIQUIDS OR SOLIDS
BEAKER
USED TO MEASURE APPROXIMATE VOLUME OR TO SET UP HOT WATER BATH
DROPPING PIPET
INACCURATELY DISPENSES LIQUIDS
BEAKER TONGS
USED TO CARRY HOT BEAKERS AND MUST BE USED WITH TWO HANDS
FOOD AND DRINK
NEVER EAT OR DRINK IN LAB AREA
CONTACTS
WEAR PROTECTIVE GOGGLES
CLEAN UP
ALWAYS CLEAN MATERIALS BEFORE YOUR EXPERIMENT AND WHEN YOU ARE DONE