plant cell functions

Question Answer
cell wall a part of the cell that controls what goes in and out
cell membran the cell membran supports the cell and keeps it in one piece
nucleus the brains of the cell and also controls the cell
mitochondria the mitochondria fuels the cell and gives it energy
ribosomes ribosomes give the cell proteins
lysomes enzymes
cytoplasm a jelly like substance that fills the insides of the cell where their is no organelles
cilia hair like structures that help the cell move

math terms test 10/19

Question Answer
natural 1,2,3,4,5
whole 0,1,2,3,4
intergers negative, zero, positive ( no decimals or fractions)
real both rational and irrational numbers
rational fractions, decimals, and whole numbers. decimals that repeat or terminate are rational
irrational not rational. con not be written as a fraction or ratio. if the number doesnt stop then it is irrational..

Reading/Literature

Term Definition
annotate notes in literature
characteristic feature
derive to come from a certain source
irony literary device in which words suggest the opposite of their meaning for humorous purposes
literal exactly what a word means
reaction an action or attitude aroused by something
stress to emphasize
symbolize to serve as a symbol
version an account of something

Stack #2660784

Question Answer
ponder to think
grave serious
dilemma a problem
impulsive to act without thinking
condescending to talk down to someone
empathy to know how someone is feeling because you have actually experienced it
pilgrammage a spiritual journey
grieve to be sad about something
banish to send out
defiant rebellious
intricate detailed
arrogant stuck up
conspicuous obvious
tenacious determined
commotion loud and chaotic
rivulet tiny stream of water
humility a low view of ones importance
decorum orderly presence
pummel to punch over and over
cower to be intimidated

Witch Background 1

Term Definition
Proton positively charged particle in the nucleus of an atom
Neutron neutral particle in the nucleus of an atom
Electron particle with a single negative charge
Nucleus positively charged, central part of atom
Atomic number number of protons
Average atomic mass average mass of the element's isotopes
Ionic bond gain or loss of electrons
Covalent bond two atoms share valence electrons
Exothermic reaction chemical reaction that releases energy
Endothermic reaction chemical reaction that absorbs energy
Rate of reaction speed at which a reaction occurs
Catalyst substance that speeds up a chemical reaction

Fresh Water

Question Answer
Water cycle The continuous movement of water from the ocean to the atmospheric to the land and back the ocean
Water table The upper surface of underground water;the upper boundary of the zone of saturation
Aquifer A body of rock or sediment that stores groundwater and allows the flow of groundwater
Porosity The percentage of the total volume of a rock of sediment that consist of open spaces
Permeability The ability of a rock or sediment to let fluids pass through its open spaces, or pores
Artesian spring A spring whose water flows from a crack in the cap rock over the aquifer
Evaporation
Takes place when water from the oceans and the Eartha??s surface changes into water vapor.
Runoff Is precipitation that flows over land into streams and rivers.
Precipitation Is rain, snow,sleet, or hail that falls from clouds onto the Eartha??s land and oceans.
Infiltration Is the downward movement of water through pores and other spaces in soil due to gravity.
Groundwater Water located within the rocks below the Eartha??s surface
Zone of aeration Rainwater passes through the upper zone
Zone of saturation Farther down, the water collects in an area.
Impermeable 321
Impermeable A rock that stops the flow of water
Transpiration Is the process by which plant releases water vapor into the air.
Condensation Takes place when water vapor cools and changes into water droplets that form clouds

Vocabulary 9

Term Definition
exasperation annoyance and fustration
turbulence a state of confusion and disorder
asperity harshness or severity of manner or tone
disturbance an interruption of a state of peace or quiet
perturb to disturb greatly;to upset
turbidity muddiness created by stirring up sediment or by having foreign particles suspended
turbine a machine for producing power in which a wheel is made to revolve by a fast-moving flow of water, steam,gas,or air
dis- apart,opposite of
ex- out,away,from
per- through, very
asper rough
turb commotion, agitation
-ance state,quality,act
-ation an action or process
ul-ence state,quality,act
-ine like,related to
id-ity state,quality,act

Soil Froms section 7.3 – Earth Science

Question Answer
What are the names of the soil horizons? O, A, B, and C
What does the breakdown of dead organisms provide to soil? Nutrients
Red soil gets its color from ____________? oxidized iron
Residual soil has the _________ chemical composition as the local bedrock. Same
Transported soil has a _________ chemical composition as the local bedrock. Different
Fertilizer provides these nutrients to plants. Potassium, phosphorus, and nitrogen
Dark soils are rich in ______________ Organic matter
Decaying organic matter is called _______________. Humus
How much organic matter is in the C – horizon? Little to none
Soil development begins with _____________________ weathering rock
Which soil horizon sometimes has a clay-based hardpan layer? B-horizon
What is the term for decaying organic matter? humus
What five factors influence soil formation? climate, topography, parent material, biological activity, and time
How many soil orders are there? 12
What are soil orders? different types of soil
This kind of soil has the same chemical make up as the local bedrock. residual
This kind of rock has a different chemical make up than the local bedrock. transported
This is a measure of how well soil can support plant life soil fertility
How does topography influence soil formation? there is more vegetation on slopes facing the sun
What kinds of living organisms affects soil formation? fungi, bacteria, plants, and animals
What are the three sizes of particles formed by weathering of bedrock (that make up a soil's texture)? sand, silt, and clay
What determines the color of a soil? The minerals, organic matter, and moisture
What substance lubricates soil and makes it more likely to move in mass amounts? Water