AIA vocab 2

Term Definition
herbivore an organism that only eats plants
carnivore an organism that obtains its food from only other animals
omnivore an organism that on many different kinds of food including both plants and animals
forage to search for something, especially food and supplies
predator an organism that hunts and kills other organism
termite an insect similar to an ant that lives in large colonies and feed on wood causing damage to wooden structures
nectar a sugary liguid produced by plants
pollen small, powdery grains that contains the male sex cells in seed plants
model a way of representing something in the world in order to learn more about it
simulation use of a model to act out real life situations
colony a group of similar organisms living and growing together
larvae the newly hatched form of an insect
receptor cells the cells that receive info from the world and send it to the brain
UV light a kind of light not visible to the human eye
electromagnetic spectrum the range of wave lengths emitted by the sun
visible spectrum the part of the electromagnetic spectrum that can be seen by the human eye
retina a membrane sensitive to light that lines the back portion of the inside of the eye
rod a type of cell found in the retina and are all sensitive to low levels of light but cannot see colors
cone a type of cell found in the retina and each are either sensitive to red green or blue.
reproduce to produce offspring
pollination the transfer of pollen from an anther to a stigma of a flower
fertilize in bio to unite male and female sex cells to form a new organism
mutualism a relation between organisms of two different species in which each member benefits

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Question Answer
democracy a government where citizens make the decisions and vote on there leader
autocracy a government where the citizens have no control over there leader
executive head of government/head of state .
president title often given to the head of government in a presidential democracy
legislature law-making body
Bi-cameral having two branches of the legislative body
chancellor title often given to the head of government to the head of government in a parliamentary democracy
prime minister title often given to the head of government in a parliamentary democracy
presidential democracy citizens elect both members of the legislative branch and the executive branch
parlimentary democracy citezens elect members to legislative branch then members of of the legislative branch select the head of state in the executive branch.
political party organization which represents specific political ideas in a givin country
russia president
uk prime minister
germany chancller

lesson 8

Term Definition
conserving to protect from loss or harm.
restore to bring back an original condition.
regulate to control or direct according to a rule or a law.
vegetation the plants in an area or region.
endangered nearly extinct.
responsibility something that one is responsible for.
attracted to cause to draw near.
adapted fitted or suitable, especially for a specific purpose.
unique being the only one of its kind.
guardians a person or thing that guards, protects,or watches over.

Excel

Term Definition
Worksheet a spreadsheet that contains formulas, functions, values, text , and visual aids
Fill Handle is the small black square at the bottom right corner of a cell
Name Box displays the address of the cell currently used in the worksheet
Insert Function clicking on this enables you to search for and select a function to insert into the active cell
Spreadsheet an electronic file that contains a grid of columns and rows containing related data
Formula Bar displays the context (text, value, data, or formula) in the active cell
Select All click it to select everything contained in the active worksheet
Column Heading the letters above the columns, such as A, B, C, and so on
Row Heading the numbers to the left of the rows, such as 1, 2, 3, and so on
Sheet Tabs located at the bottom-left corner of the window, shows the names of the worksheets contained in the workbook; defaults are Sheet 1, Sheet 2, and Sheet 3. You can rename these and also insert more worksheets
Insert Worksheet click this button to add a new worksheet to the workbook
Sheet navigation buttons if the workbook contains several worksheets they may not all be displayed so use this this button to display the first, previous, next to last, or last worksheet
Status Bar located at the bottom of the window, it displays information about a selected command or operation progress
Cell is the intersection of a column and a row
Cell Address identifies the cell by a column letter and a row number
Active Cell the current cell, indicated by a dark border
Arrow Keys move one cell in the direction of an arrow
Tab Key moves right one cell in the same row
Text includes letters, numbers, symbols, and spaces
Value is a number that represents quantity or an amount
Formula is a combination of cell references, operators, values, and/or function used to perform a calculation. All formulas must BEGIN with an EQUAL SIGN
Auto Fill allows you to copy the contents of a cell or cell range or to continue a sequence by dragging the fill handle over an adjacent cell or range of cells
Workbook a file containing related worksheets

EXCEL

Term Definition
Worksheet a spreadsheet that contains formulas, functions, values, text, and visual aids.
Fill Handle is the small black square at the bottom right corner of a cell.
Name Box displays the address of the cell currently used in the worksheet.
Insert Function clicking on this enables you to search for and select a function to insert into the active cell.
Spreadsheet an electronic file that contains a grid of columns and rows containing related data.
Formula Bar displays the content (text, value, date, or formula) in the active cell.
Select All click it to select everything contained in the active worksheet.
Column Heading the letters above the columns, such as A, B, C, and so on.
Row Heading the numbers to the left of the rows, such as 1, 2, 3, and so on.
Sheet Tabs located at the bottom-left corner of the window, shows the names of the worksheets contained in the workbook; defaults are Sheet 1, Sheet 3, and Sheet 3. You can rename these and also insert more worksheets.
Insert Worksheet click this button to add a new worksheet to the workbook.
Sheet navigation buttons if the workbook contains several worksheets they may not all be displayed so use this button to display the first, previous, next to last, or last worksheet.
Status Bar located at the bottom of the window, it displays information about a selected command or operation progress.
Cell is the intersection of a column and a row.
Cell Address identifies a cell by a column letter and a row number.
Active Cell the current cell, indicated by a darker border.
Arrow Keys move one cell in the direction of the arrow.
Tab Key moves right one cell in the same row.
Text includes letters, numbers, symbols, and spaces.
Value is a number that represents a quantity or an amount.
Formula is a combination of cell references, operators, values, and/or functions used to preform a calculation. All formulas must BEGIN with an EQUAL SIGN(=).
Auto Fill allows you to copy the contents of a cell or cell range or to continue a sequence by dragging the fill handle over an adjacent cell or range of cells.
Workbook a file containing related worksheets.

Vocab unit 3

Term Definition
adversary an enemy, opponent
alienate to turn away; to make indifferent or hostile; to transfer, convey
artifice a skillful or ingenious device; a clever trick; a clever skill; trickery
coerce to compel, force
craven cowardly; a coward
culinary of or related to cooking or the kitchen
demise a death, especially of a person in a lofty position
exhilarate to enliven, cheer, give spirit or liveliness to
fallow plowed but not seeded; inactive; reddish-yellow; land left unseeded; to plow but not seed
harass to disturb, worry, to trouble by repeated attacks
inclement stormy, harsh, severe in attitude or action
liquidate to pay a debt, settle an account; to eliminate
muse to think about in a dreamy way, ponder
negligible so unimportant that it can be disregarded
perpetuate to make permanent or long lasting
precedent an example that may serve as a basis for imitation or later action
punitive inflicting or aiming at punishment
redress to set right, remedy; relief from wrong or injury
sojourn a temporary stay; to stay for a time
urbane refined in manner or style, suave

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Question Answer
Rasping (verb): scrape or grate with a rough tool
Distraught (adjective): mentally confused, bewildered
Wheedle (verb): to persuade with flattery
Nurturer (noun):one who takes care of, feeds
Disposition (noun): a person's general way of acting
Transgression (noun): act or instance of breaking the law
Apprehensive (adjective): fearful about what may happen
Aptitude (noun): natural ability; talent
Chastise (verb): to punish: reprimand severly
Rarity (noun): person or thing that is uncommon
Palpable (adjective): able to be touched or felt
Petulantly (adjective): ill-humored; peevish
Bewilderment (noun): confusion or complete puzzlement
Nondescript (adjective): without interesting or striking characteristics