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  • Reanna Smith 2009-2010 Science
  • Table of contents
    • Environment unit
    • Cells
    • Matter
    • Weather
    • Motion & Energy
  • Environment Unit
    • Producers
    • Consumers
    • Carnivores
    • Omnivores
    • Herbivores
    • Food chain
    • Food web
    • Scavenger/Decomposer
    • Biotic/Abotic
    • Predator/ Pray
  • Producers
    • A producers is a plant that that animals eat such as sunflower, grass, and tree. They also use a prose's of photosynthesis where they make there own food.
  • Consumers
    • A consumer eats food.
    • Carnivore is a meat eater such as a cheetah.
    • Herbivore eats only plants such as a turtle.
    • Omnivore eats both meat and plants such as a bear.
  • Food chain
    • Transfer of energy from producer to consumer.
  • Food web
    • A bunch of foods chains that overlap.
  • Decomposer/Scavenger
    • Decomposer brakes down dead animals and adds nutrients. Such as millipede
    • Scavenger eat the remains of already dead animals. Such as a sea gull
  • Biotic/Abiotic
    • Biotic living things in an ecosystem such as animals.plants.micro organisms.
    • Abiotic none living parts of an ecosystem such as air,soil tempter partition.
  • Predator/Pray
    • Predator they hunt and kill for there food.
    • Pray an animal that is being hunted by the predator.
  • Cell Unit
    • Plant cell
    • animal cell
    • Mitosis
    • Mitoses
    • Punnet square
    • Dement/Recessive
    • genes
  • Animal cell
    • Parts of the animal cell
    • Nucleus-Brain of the cell.
    • Cytoplasm- Jelly like substance.
    • Mitochondria- the power house of the cell.
    • Vacuole- Stores the waist of the cell
    • Cell membrane- Protects the cell.
    • Chromosomes- Carrier of Genes and DNA traits that you get form your parents.
  • Plant Cell
    • The difference between a plant cell and an animal cell is that the plant cell has two extra parts.
    • chloral plat- Proses of food.
    • cell wall- Protects the plant cell
  • Mitoses/Mitoses
    • Mitoses Goes through the proses ones.
    • Mitoses- goes through the proses and then splits up.
  • Punnentt Square
    • A Punnet square helps scientists figure out what genes you get from you parents.
  • Dominant/Recessive
    • Dominant always congers over recessive. So it decides witch genes you get from your parents.
  • Genes
    • Traits that you get from your parents. Such as brown hair or blue eyes.
  • Atoms and molecules
    • Matter/state of matter
    • Atom
    • Element
    • Periodic table
    • compounds
    • mixture
    • chemical/physical
    • molecules
  • Matter/state of matter
    • Matter-What all living and none living things are made up of.
    • 3 states of matter
    • 1.)Solid-Its has a definite shape.
    • 2.)Liquid-takes the shape of its container.
    • 3.)Gas-Does not have a definite shape.
  • Atom
    • Atom-The building blocks of matter.
    • Parts of an atom
    • 1.) protons -have positive charge and located in the nucleus.
    • 2.) Neutrons -No charge and located in the nucleus.
    • 3.) Electrons -Have a negative charge and are located on the rings of the atom.
  • Element
    • Element-A substance that can not be broken down.
  • Periodic table
    • Periodic table-The Atomic number letter substance and mass.
    • Atomic number- The number of protons in the atom
    • Atomic letter- The symbol for the element
    • Substance-The element that your using.
  • Compound
    • Compound-A bunch of elements compound to make a new substance.
  • Mixture
    • Mixture-A bunch of substance that are not combined.
  • Physical/chemical
    • Physical-only changes looks.
    • Chemical-changes into a different substance.
  • Molecule
    • Molecule- A molecule is atoms combined.
  • Thank you so much for looking at my slide show! I hope you learned something about science!