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photosynthesis A process in which plants convert sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into food energy (sugar)
cellular respiration The process by which the chemical energy of "food" molecules is released and changes into ATP
chloroplasts An elongated cell organelle containing chlorophyll where photosynthesis takes place.
chlorophyll A green molecule which uses light energy from sunlight to change water and carbon dioxide gas into sugar and oxygen
glucose The food for the plant (sugar)
mitochondria Rod-shaped organelles with a double membrane that converts energy stored in glucose into ATP for the cell
photosynthesis equation h2o+Co2+light——- o2+c6h12o6 (water+carbon dioxide+light——- oxygen+glucose {sugar})
respiration equation o2+c6h12o6——h2o+co2+ATP
carbon dioxide One of the raw materials needed for photosynthesis (co2)
diffusion The movement of molecules from an area in which they are highly concentrated to an area in which they are less concentrated
osmosis The diffusion of water across a selectively permeable membrane
active transport The movement of materials through the cell membrane using cellular energy

Vocabulary Lesson 10 The Arts

Question Answer
Aesthetic Appreciation of artistic beauty and good taste
Artisan A craftsman skilled in art
Audition A try out for a part in a show
Ceramics Objects made from clay
Encore An additional performance at the ending of a program
Medley Pieces of a song grouped together into a longer piece
Mural A very large image
Ornate Excessively decorated
Palette The range of colors on a board used by an artist
Pantomime Acting that uses gesture and facial expressions without speaking

photosynthesis hi

Question Answer
Photosynthesis A process by which plantsconvert sunlight, water, and carbon dioxideinto food energy (sugar), oxygen and water.
Cellular respiration The process by whichthe chemical energy of "food" molecules isreleased and changed into ATP.
Chloroplast An elongated cell organellecontaining chlorophyll where photosynthesistakes place.
Chlorophyll A green molecule which useslight energy from sunlight to change water andcarbon dioxide gas into sugar and oxygen
Glucose a simple sugar that is an important energy source in living organisms and is a component of many carbohydrates.
Mitochondria Rod-shaped organelles with adouble membrane which converts the energystored in glucose into ATP for the cell.
Photosynthesis equation
Respiration equation
Carbon dioxide a colorless, odorless gas produced by burning carbon and organic compounds and by respiration. It is naturally present in air (about 0.03 percent) and is absorbed by plants in photosynthesis.
Diffusion The movement of molecules from anarea in which they are highlyconcentrated to an area in whichthey are less concentrated.
Osmosis The diffusion of water across aselectively permeable membrane.
Active transport he movement of ions or molecules across a cell membrane into a region of higher concentration, assisted by enzymes and requiring energy.

Giver ch. 15-19

Term Definition
Burden (noun) A difficult or worrying responsibility or duty.
Carnage (noun)Widespread slaughter or massacre
Concept (noun)A thought or notion
Despite (Preposition)Regardless of something
Ecstatic (Adj)Showing or feeling great pleasure or delight
Grief (noun)Great sadness
Horde (noun)A large group of people
Immobilize (verb)To fix in place,to stop or disable
Inflict (Verb) To cause damage,harm,or unpleasantness to somebody or something
Luminous (adj) bright or shinging
Optimistic (adj) tending to take a hopeful and positive view of future outcomes
Precise (adj) exact or specific
Rigid (adj) Stiff,not flexible
Solitude (noun) the state of being or living alone
Vague (adj) not clearly felt,understood or recalled

Chaper 6 section 1

Question Answer
What was the poor people of Rome called and what were the wealthy people of Rome called The poor people were Plebeians and the wealthy people were partisans
Who was the first emporer Augustus
What languages had Romes roots in French , Spanish, Portugueses , Italian
What was the Pax Romana A period of Peace
What was the people of Pompeii killed by A volcanic Eruption
How would the world be different if Rome had not existed People wouldn't know the langueses
What was the empore's purpose in dividing the empire He was trying to control the empire in a more cificent way
In the early Roman government who were the consuls To kings of Roman government
What was the important principle of Roman law innocent to be proven guilty
What was an important part in in Roman Economy Trade and agriculture
What conflict of interests were between Rome and Carthage They wanted land in Sicily and the medatarian Sea
The family of languages that devolved from Latin are called… The romance languages
What did Jesus emphasized in his early teachings Jewish tradition and loving others

Giver Vocab 15-19

Term Definition
Burden (noun) a difficult or worrying responsibility or duty
Carnage (noun) widespread slaughter or massacre
Concept ( noun) a thought or notion
Despite (preposition) regardless of something
Grief (noun) great sadness
Horde (noun) a large group of people
Immobilize (verb) to fix in place, to stop, or disable
Inflict (verb) to cause damage, harm, or unpleasantness to somebody or something
Luminous (adjective) bright or shining
Optimistic (adjective) tending to take a hopeful and positive view of future outcomes
Precise (adjective) exact or specific
Rigid (adjective) stiff, not flexible
Solitude (noun) the state of being or living alone
Vague (adjective) not clearly felt, understood, or recalled
Escatic (adjective) Showing or feeling great pleasure or delight

photosynthisis

Term Definition
photosynthisis a process by which plants convert sunlight, water, and carbon dioxide into food energy (sugar), oxygen, and water.
cellular respiration the process by which the chemical energy of "food" molecules is released and changed into ATP.
chloroplast an elongated cell organelle containing chlorophyll were photosynthesis takes place.
chlorophyll a green molecule which uses light energy from sunlight to change water and carbon dioxide gas into sugar and oxygen.
glucose a simple sugar with the molecular formula C?H??O?.
mitochondria rod-shaped organelles with a double membrane which converts the energy stored in glucose into ATP for the cell.
photosynthesis equation H2O + CO2 + light —-> O2 + C6H12O6
respiration equation O2 + C6H12O6 —> H2O + CO2 + ATP
carbon dioxide what animals let
cellular respiration the process by which the chemical energy of "food" molecules is released and changed into ATP.
chloroplast an elongated cell organelle containing chlorophyll were photosynthesis takes place.
chlorophyll a green molecule which uses light energy from sunlight to change water and carbon dioxide gas into sugar and oxygen.
glucose a simple sugar with the molecular formula C?H??O?.
mitochondria rod-shaped organelles with a double membrane which converts the energy stored in glucose into ATP for the cell.
photosynthesis equation H2O + CO2 + light —-> O2 + C6H12O6
respiration equation O2 + C6H12O6 —> H2O + CO2 + ATP
carbon dioxide plants need it and animals produce it
diffusion movement from a region of high concentration to a region of low concentration.
osmosis the diffusion of water across a selective permeable membrane
active transport the movement from low concentration to high concentration wile having to use energy

Stack #2657504

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Inspect To examine closely and carefully
Proceed Continue or carry on
Dormant Temporarily quiet or not active
Tenant Person who pays land to use land or buildings that belong to someone else
Region Large area that has common features that set it apart from other areas
Migrant Person who moves from place to place to harvest crops
Conservation Protection and careful use of natural resources
Oxygen A colorless odorless gas we breathe
Concerted Jointly arranged or carried out
Suffrage The right to vote in a political election
Transferred Move from place to place
Representative A person chosen to represent
Destruction Great damage or ruin
Uninhabited Not lived in
Suburb Community just outside or near a city
Mobilize to assemble for action
Liberate to free an area or person
Alliance Agreeing among nations to defend one another
Decended Moved from a higher place to a lower one
Monopolize to have exclusive possession of something

Aztec, Maya, Inca Quiz

Question Answer
Aztec capital city Tenochtitlan
hieroglyphics form of writing used by Maya and Aztecs
maize important crop (corn) grown by Aztecs and Maya
Machu Picchu "lost" Incan city in the Andes
knotted strings used for keeping records by the Inca quipu
aqueduct pipe or channel that carries water
Columbian Exchange spread of crops, ideas, culture, animals, etc from the Old World to the New World and back
Pizarro he conquered the Incan Empire in 1535
Conquistador Spanish word meaning conqueror
Aztec ruler conquered by the Spanish Montezuma
Cortes He conquered the Aztecs in 1521
encomienda a system that kept the Native Americans under Spanish control and also taught them Christianity
True or False – The French Revolution and American Revolution inspired the revolutions in Latin America True
Toussaint L'Ouverture former slave that led Haiti to independence
Simon Bolivar known as the "Liberator" because he led several countries to independence including Bolivia, Colombia, and Venezuela
Hidalgo The Cry of Dolores inspired the fight for Mexican independence
San Martin great leader who helped Chile and Peru receive independence
True or False – Like the other Latin American Revolutions, Brazil had to fight a war for independence False, their independence was granted by Portugal without a war
Aztec island gardens rafts were placed in the lake, mud from the bottom of the lake was placed on the rafts and then the crops were planted on the rafts
terrace farming Inca dug steps into the sides of the mountain. The flat steps are where the crops were planted.
why were the Spanish successful in the Americas when it came to defeating the Aztecs and other Natives superior weapons,alliances were created with other Native American groups anddiseases like smallpox wiped out most Native Americans
How did the Spanish colonies benefit Spain became the rulers in the Americas, got rich off the new land, highest ranking people in society andstarted colonies and cities
How did the Spanish colonies negatively affect the Native Americans given few rights,lost land,forced into Christianity, killed or enslaved
How did the Aztec and Inca empires decline compared to the Maya Aztec and Inca were defeated by the Spanish, but the Maya no one knows for sure. It could have been drought, terrible weather, etc.