Test 1 Biology non-majors
Test 1 Biology non-majors BIOL 123 001
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11915 902 PM Data information gained from observations can be quantitative or qualitative Dependent this depends on changes to the independent Variable variable Development Is the process of natural changes that take place during the life of an organism Ethics A set of moral principles or value Experiment when someone investigates a phenomenon in a controlled setting to test a hypothesis Experimental Group the group exposed to the factor being tested Growth Results in the addition of mass to an organism Homeostasis Regulation of an organism39s internal conditions to maintain life How does a theory relate to a hypothesis You have to a have a theory to have a hypothesis because the theory is the stable situation in the hypothesis Hypothesis is a testable explanation of a situation Independent the one factor that is changed in an controlled Variable experiment Inferences the conclusion it39s self Inferring The process of combining what you know with what you learned to draw a logical conclusions The Metric System Uses units with divisions that are powers of ten Observation a direct method of gathering information in an orderly way Organism Is anything that has to once had all of eight main characteristics of life Organization information that is arranged in an orderly way Peer review is a process by which the procedures and results of an experiment are evaluated by other scientists who are in the same field or who are conducting Qualitative Data Data that is based on the descriptions of what your senses detect Quantitative Data Numerical data that can be measurements of time temperature length mass area volume or densty Reproduction The production of offspring Respond The reaction to a stimulus Scientific law describes a relationships under certain conditions in nature Species Is a group of organisms that can breed with one another and produce fertile offspring Theory an explanation of a natural phenomenon supported by many observations and experiments over time What are They are the factors that stay the same in both the constants control and experimental group though out the whole experiment What are the basic quotstepsquot of the scientific method Observations determine the problem hypothesis experiment and then conclusion What are the differences between inferences and observations Observations the recorded information on the experiment and inferences is putting all of that information together and drawing a conclusion What are the eight main characteristics of life 1Made of one or more cellsZDisplays organization3Grows and develops4ReproducesSResponds to their surroundingsstimuli6Requires energy7Maintains homeostasi58Adaptations evolve over time What are the parts of a controlled experiment Independent versus dependent variable constants control versus experimental group the importance of large size and repetition and experimental design What is biology The study about how living things interact with the environment the study of life What is science it is a body of knowledge based on the study of the natural world
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