be able to define or explain the following ----- make your study cards, power point or audio.

term one
try out the pass paper questions

  1. classification
  2. dichotomous key
  3. spider key (be able to construct using features)
  4. number key (be able to construct using features)
  5. 5 kingdoms are
  6. five classes of vertebrates are
  7. list at least 3 features of phylum chordata/ vertebrates and its 5 classes
  8. list at least 3 features of phylum athropods and its 5 classes
  9. Grimner
  10. food chain
  11. food web
  12. producer
  13. consumer
  14. decomposer
  15. herbivore
  16. carnivore
  17. omnivore
  18. how energy flows
  19. how minerals cycle
  20. processes of the nitrogen cycle
  21. processes of the carbon cycle
  22. symbiosis
  23. types of symbiosis
  24. ecology

match the folloing phrases/sentences with the correct term or explain the sentences
  • organisms that occupy the third trophic level or higher and consume both plant and animals for food
  • this moves or flows through food chains and food webs in one direction often being lost as heat or other various forms
  • these organisms help to return materials to the environment that would otherwise be locked up in the bodies of dead organisms
  • all bacteria that convert ammonia compounds to soil nitrates are so called:
  • all food chains begin and end with distinct groups of organisms name the two distinct groups
term 2
  • explain why warm salt water eye washes are an effective deterrent of the bacteria that causes red eye.
day 2
  1. ** a cell
    • cell organelles
    • plant cells
    • passive movement across cells
    • active movement across cells
  2. autotrophic
  3. photosynthesis
  4. chemosynthesis
  5. nutrition
  6. vegetarian
  7. vegan
  8. alimentary canal
  9. ingest
  10. digest
  11. absorb
  12. assimilate
  13. egest
  14. balanced diet
  15. beri beri
  16. scurvy
  17. rickets
  18. anaemia
  19. nightblindness
  20. the function of nutrients
be able to draw, label and annotate
  • a cell (plant or animal)
  • a cell after treatment with pure water
  • a leaf
  • a transverse/cross section of a leaf
  • a cell frm each tissue layer of the leaf
  • alimentary canal
  • gastric pit
  • villus
  • graph showing enzyme action with respect to pH and temperature differences