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Vocabulary bees
for grade 4-6
Define the following:
1.
CLASSIFICATION
A. The process of placing object into groups
B. The process of placing plants into groups
C. The process of classifying organism
D. The process of naming organisms
2. FERTILIZATION
A. When a baby is formed in a woman’s womb
B. When a woman gives birth to a baby
C. Whena woman does not have her period for 13 months
D. When a male sex cell joins with female sex cell
3.
ADAPTATION
A. Something on organisms that form a special traits
B. The most unique organisms among the population
C. Something on organism develops, does or behaves
that helps it to survive in its environment
D. The strongest organisms among the population
4, DI-COTYLEDONS
A. Flowering plants with one seed leaves
B. Flowering plants with two seed leaves
C. Flowering plants inside the seed
D. Non-flowering plant
5. VERTEBRATES
A.
B.
C.
Animals with a backbone are classified
Animals without a backbone
Animals that have only tendons
6. FISH:
A.
B.
C.
Invertebrates that use gills to get oxygen from water
Vertebrates that use wings and feathers to fly
Invertebrates that use wings and feathers to fly
D. Vertebrates that uses gills to get oxygen from water
7. ELECTRICAL
A. Materials that allow electricity to flow through them
B. Materials that allow a little bit of electricity to flow
through them
C. Materials that don’t allow electricity to flow through
them
D. Noneof this above
8. FORCE
A.
B.
C.
D.
Push
Pull
Both A and B
Neither A nor B
9. SYSTEM:
A. A single part of body that work and perform every
jobs in our body
B. A group of body parts that work together to perform a
particular job
C. A group of body parts that work together to perform
every jobs
D. A single part of body that work and perform a
particular job
10. JOINTS
A. Points where muscles meet
B. Points where bones meet
C. Points where our bone grow
D. All of these above
11. HEART
A. The strongest muscle in the body that pumps bloods
B. The strongest muscle in the body that exchanges
gases
C. The strongest muscle in the body that digests foods
D. The strongest muscle in the body that produces bile
12.
FOETUS
A. An unborn baby that has been developing inside the mother
for at least 2 weeks
B. An unborn baby that has been developing inside the mother
for at least 4 weeks
C. An unborn baby that has been developing inside the mother
for at least 6 weeks
D. An unborn baby that has been developing inside the mother
for at least 8 weeks
13. DRUGS
A. A substance that is harmful to our body
B. A substance that makes our body feels relaxed
and calm
C. A substance that changes the way the body works in
some way
D. A substance that is delicious
14. FOOD WEB
A.
A diagram that shows how energy is transferred in an
ecosystem
B. A diagram that shows what species are preys and what are
predators
C. A diagram that shows the food pyramid
D. A diagram that shows how many food chains in an ecosystem
overlap
15. TELESCOPE
A. A device that uses lenses ormirrors to enlarge images
of distant objects
B. A device that uses lenses or mirrors to enlarge images
of near objects
C.
A device that uses lenses or mirrors to enlarge
images of small objects
D. A device that uses lenses or mirrors to reduce images
of large objects
GIVE THE VOCABULARY FOR THE
EACH MEANING
1.
A POSSIBLE ANSWER TO YOUR QUESTION OR PROBLEM
A. Prediction
B. Hypothesis
C. Objective
D. Conclusion
2. THE PART OF
FOOD THAT YOUR BODY USES TO KEEP YOU STRONG AND
HEALTHY
A. Nutrient
B. Vitamin
C. Carbohydrate
D. Fats
3. THINGS THAT PEOPLE ADD TO FOOD
A. Food addiction
B. Food additives
C. Food addition
D. Extra vitamin
4. THE SYSTEM OF MEASURING THE DISTANCE IN THE SOLAR
SYSTEM
A. Astronomical unit
B. Gravitational unit
C. Star unit
D. Astrophysical unit
5. THE CLOSEST PLANET TO THE SUN
A.
B.
C.
D.
Pluto
Neptune
Mercury
Earth
6.
PIECES OF GLASS, OR OTHER TRANSPARENT MATERIALS,
THAT ARE SHAPED TO REFRACT
LIGHT A CERTAIN WAY
A. Mirror
B. Glass
C. Plastic
D. Lenses
7. THE BENDING OF LIGHT
A. Reflection
B. Transmission
C. Refraction
D. Interference
8. SMALL HAIR-LIKE STRUCTURES ON ROOTS
A. Root hairs
B. Stem hairs
C. Vessel
D. Leaflet
9. STEMS THAT RUN ALONG THE
SURFACE OF THE SOIL
A. Colon
B. Runner
C. Stem
D. Rhizome
A.
B.
C.
D.
10. AN ANIMAL THAT DOES NOT HAVE BACKBONE (D)
Worms
Vertebrate
Human
Invertebrate
11. COMES FROM GREEK WORDS WHICH MEAN ‘BOTH-LIFE’.
A. Amphibian
B. Mammal
C. Reptiles
D. Aves
12. MEANS THEY CANNOT CONTROL THEIR OWN BODY
TEMPERATURE
A. Air-conditioners
B. Hot blooded
C. Warm blooded
D. Cold blooded
13. MEAN THEY ARE ABLE TO CONTROL THEIR OWN BODY
TEMPERATURE.
A. Air-conditioners
B. Hot blooded
C. Warm blooded
D. Cold blooded
14. IS THE SHAKING OF THE EARTH’S CRUST.
A. Tsunami
B. Hurricane
C. Thunder
D. Earthquake
15. IS THE SHAKING OF THE EARTH’S CRUST.
A. Tsunami
B. Hurricane
C. Thunder
D. Earthquake
11. ECOLOGICAL DIVERSITY
A. Species richness
B. Species evenness
C. Ecological diversity
D. Ecological succession
12. THALAMUS
A. Medulla oblongata
B. Hypothalamus
C. Thalamus
D. Frontal lope
A.
B.
C.
D.
13. PREMARITAL HEALTH SCREENING
Premarital health screening
Premarital health care
Preliminary health check up
Preliminary health screening
14. MOMENT OF FORCE
A. Moment of force
B. Momentum
C. Equilibrium
D. Circular motion
15. BACTERIA
A.
B.
C.
D.
Human
Bacteria
Planarian
Amoeba
16. PRODUCERS
A. Consumer
B. Plants
C. Bacteria
D. Producer