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How are graphs used to represent data?

How are physical and chemical changes distinguished?

How is Momentum conserved in a vehicle collusion?

How is energy converted from one form to another?

How are voltage, current, and resistance related?

How does an artificial satellite stay in orbit?

How do meteorologists predict the weather?

How do certain factors affect the erosion of soil by water?

 

 

How are living things classified into groups?

How can microscopic protests and fungi be characterized?

How are the traits of parents inherited and expressed in offspring?

What are the major bones of the human body?

How do the parts of the respiratory system work together?

How does the body protect itself against foreign substances?

How is energy transferred through a community of organisms?

 

What are the different types of land environments?

What are the advantages of alternative energy sources?

How are materials from Earth broken down?

How do certain factors affect the erosion of soil by water?

How can a molecular model be built?

Where do most earthquake epicenters and volcanoes occur?

How does an artificial satellite stay in orbit?

 

Virtual Dissections

Owl Pellet Dissection

Have you ever wondered what an owl eats? Visit this site to dissect an owl pellet and discover what types of organisms an owl eats.

 

Virtual Pig Dissection

This site walks you through the steps involved in dissecting a pig.

 

Cat Dissection

This virtual dissection can be used in place of an in-lab dissection.






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