Unit A: Biological diversity

adenine
advantage
algae
allele
anther
arthritis
artificial insemination
artificial selection
asexual reproduction
bacteria
banded snails
beneficial traits
binary fission
biological diversity
biotechnology
Black-Footed ferret
budding
bulb
Burrowing Owl
cell division
chemicals
chromosomes
class
cleavage
cliff swallows
clone
coats
codominance
commensalisms
community
conservation
continuous variation
controlled variable
coral
cover slips
cross-fertilization
cross-pollination
cytosine
daughter plant/cell
deoxyribonucleic acid
desirable traits
detach
disadvantage
discrete variation
disease
dissecting probes
dissecting trays
DNA
Dodo bird
Dolly
dominant trait
double helix
drought
egg cells
embryo
environment
Ex-situ conservation
extinct
extripated
eye dropper
family
fertilization
flower
fruit fly
fungi
gametes
gene
genetic characteristics
genetic code
genetic engineering
Grizzly Bear
guanine
habit diversity
heritable characteristics
hybrid
hydra
identical cells
in vitro fertilization
incomplete dominance
inference
inferring
inheritance
inserted
In-situ conservation
International Plant Genetics Resources Institute (IPGRI)
interspecies competition
kingdom
Labrador dog
large beaked birds
leaf
magnifying glass
manipulative variable
meiosis
microscopes
mitosis
molecule
mould
mutualism
native organisms
natural selection
natural selection
niche
non-heritable characteristics
nuclei
offspring
Ord’s Kangaroo rat
order
organism
ovary
Overspecialization
ovule
parasitism
parent plant
Peregrine Falcon
Petri dish
phyla
phylum
pistil
poisonous
pollen
pollen grain
pollination
poodle
population
prairie
predicting
protists
Pun net Square
purebred
recessive trait
Red Fox
replicated
resource partitioning
responding variable
restoration
rungs
scalpels
seed
seed bank
sexual reproduction
sexual reproduction
shells
slides
small beaked birds
sparrows
special concern
species
sperm cells
spores
stamen
stem
stigma
style
subphyla
subphylum
suckers
super bugs
Swift Fox
symbiosis
symmetry
threatened
thymine
trait
transmitted
tuber
variability
vegetative reproduction
Whooping Crane
Wood bison
Woodland Caribou
Y2Y corridor
yeast
yield
zygote

UNIT B: MATTER AND CHEMICAL CHANGE

“billiard ball model”
“law of octaves”
“raisin bun model”
“solar system model of atom”
absorption of energy
acid
Alchemy
alkali metals
alkaline metals
Alka-Selzter tablets
al-Razi
aluminim foil
amu
Andreas Libau
antacid
Antoine Laurent Lavoisier
aqueous
aqueous solution
atom(s)
atomic mass
atomic number
atomic theory
baking soda
base
beaker
binder
biohazardous infectious material
biological
Bromothymol Blue
Calcium Chloride
carbonated
catalyst
cathode rays
cellular respiration
charge
Chemical change
chemical formulas
chemical nomenclature
chemical properties
chemical reactions
chemical word equations
clamp
closed system
colloid
combustion
compound
compressed gas
condensation
conductivity
conservation of mass
copper
Copper (II) Sulfate (s) or (aq)
copper wire
corn syrup
corrosive
corrosive material
crystal shape
dangerously reactive material
deca
Degree’s Celcius
Democritus
density
density
di
diatoms
dissolved
Dmetri Mendelev
ductile
Earnet Rutherford
Egyptians
electrical
electron
electron shells
element
endothermic reactions
enzyme
Erlenmeyer flask
evaporation
exothermic reactions
explosive
family
film canisters
fizz
flammable
flammable and combustible material
Florence flask
freezing
funnel
gas
gold
gold foil
graduated cylinder
group
halogens
hand lens
Hantaro Nagaoka
hardness
Harriat Brooks
hepta
hexa
Hittites
hotplate
hydrochloric acid
Hydrogen Peroxide
indivisible
inert materials
iodine
ionic compounds
iron
Iron (II) Chloride
iron ring stand
irritant
JJ Thompson
John Dalton
John Netherlands
Jons Jacob
Lab safety rules
liquid
lustre
lye
malleable
Manganese (IV) Oxide
Marie Lavoisier
mass balance
mass number
matches
Matter
measuring spoons
mechanical mixture
Mechanical mixture
melting
melting point
mercury
metal metalloid
Metallurgy
methyl orange indicator
mixture
Moh’s hardness scale
molecular compounds
molecular models
mono
naming compounds
neutrons
Niels Bohr
noble gasses
nona
non-metal
nucleus
odour
open system
oxidizing agent
oxidizing material
penta
period
periodic table
phosphorus
physical change
Physical properties
Plasticine
poisonous and infectious causing immediate and serious toxic effects
poisonous and infectious causing other toxic effects
polyatomic atoms
precipitate
prefixes
products
properties
protons
pure substance
quantum mechanics
radioactivity
radon
react
reactants
reaction rates
release of energy
Robert Boyle
rock salt
scupula
silver
sodium nitrate
sodium thiosulphate
solid
solubility
solution
Solutions
spot plate
states
steel wool
stirring stick/rod
Stone age
stopper
sublimation
substance
sugar
sulphuric acid
surface area
suspension(s)
test-tube
tetra
thermometer
tin
tongs
toxic
tri
universal indicator
vegetable oil
vinegar
watch glass
wax paper
WHMIS
wire brush

Unit C: Electrical Chemistry Vocabulary

(C6H8)n (s)
acid
acidic
Active transport
Aerobic
alkaline
Amion acids
Ammonium hydroxide
Anaerobic
antacid
aqueous
Argon
Bacteria
bakin soda
baking powder
base
basic
Benedicts solution
Biodegradable
biological monitoring
Biomagnifications
Buiret solution
C6H1206 (s)
C6H12N4 (s)
C6H8O6 (s)
Caddis fish
Carbon monoxide
carbonated
chemical factors
chemical indicators
Composition
Composting
Contamination
Convert
Cornstarch
crustations
Dextrose
Diffusion
Dilute
Dilution
Dispersion
dissecting microscope
dissolved oxygen
Dissolved oxygen
DO
Dosage
effulent
Eggwhite
elements
Emissions
Enhanced greenhouse effect
environment
Environmental quality
Enzyme
Fat
Fe2O3 (s)
fertiizer
fossil fuels
Fungus
Gelatin
Glass
Global warming
glucose
Grassland
Greenhouse gasses
Groundwater
H2S (g)
HCl (aq)
Health and welfare
Heavy metals
household ammonia
Hydrochloric acid
Hydrogen sulphide
Hydrolysis
Hydrolyzed
Ingestion
inorganic
insects
Iodine solution
issue
Landfills
Leachate
lemon juice
Lichen
litmus paper
livestock
magnesium sulfate solution
magnifying glass
Mayflies
medicine dropper
Mercury
mollusks
Moss
Motor oil
Natural gas
neutral
neutralization
nitrogen fixation
Nitrogen oxides
nutrients
offspring
organic
Ozone
Ozone layer
Parts per billion
Parts per million
Parts per trillion
Permeable
pest
pesticides
Petri dish
pH
Phosphates
Phosphorus detergent
Photolysis
Phytoremediation
Pipeline
Poison
pollution
Polyethylene
Pond
Pores
Protein
Recycling
Rubber
Rust
salt
septic tank
sewage
sewage treatment plant
SiO2 (s)
solution
sour gas
spot plate
Stoneflies
Stricter guidelines
strom sewers
Substrate
sugar
Sulphur dioxide
suspension
Suspension
Tundra
Unburned hydrocarbons
Vegr=table oil
Vehicle exhast
Vitamin C
watch glass
water sample
Water table
WHMIS
Willow tree
worms

Unit D: ELECTRICITY VOCABULARY

AC
Alligator clips
Alternating current
Volt bulb / holder
Ammeter
amp
ampres
Armature
battery
binary numbers
bio fuel
biomass
Brushes
charge separation
Chemical energy
circuit
circuit breaker
Circular magnet
cogeneration
Coil
Commutator
conductivity tester
conductor
conductors
Copper (II) sufate solution
copper wire
DC
D-cell
diesel
digital technology
Direct current
distilled water
dry cell
E
Efficiency
elctrolysis
elecgtroplating
electrical current
electrical discharge
electrical energy
Electrical energy
electrochemical cell
electrochemistry
electrode
electrolyte
Electromagnet
Electromagnetic induction
electron
Energy
Film canister
Flashlight
fly ash
fossil fuels
fuel
fuel cells
fuse
Galvanometer
geomthermal energy
hot water heater
I
Induce
Induction
insulator
insulator
ion
J
Joules
kilojoules
Kilowatt hour
kJ
KW
Lamp
Law of conservation of energy
load
luxury car
Magnet
Mechanical energy
Motor
Multimeter
Nail
neutral
Newton
Nichrome wire
nonrenewable resource
nuclear fission
ohm
Ohm’s law
P
Power
primary cell
proton
pulley
recharageable cell
renewable resource
resistance
resitor
rheostat
Rotates
Rotation
salt water
Sandpaper
secondary cell
short circuit
Solid graphite (pencil lead)
static electricity
steel wool
superconductor
sustainablility
Switch
Switch
tap water
Thermal energy
Thermocouple
Transformers
Turbine
turbine
V
variable resistor
vinegar
volt
voltag
dropmillimeter
voltmeter
W
washing machine
watt
wet cell
windmill
wire
Ω

Unit E: SPACE VOCABULARY

action
Altitude
Asterisms
Asteroids
Astrolabe
Astronomical
Azimuth
Big Dipper
Black dwarf
Black hole
Canadarm-1
Canadarm-2
Celestial
Combustion
Comets
Composition
Constellations
Cosmic radiation
Doppler Effect
Doppler shift
Earth
Ecliptic
Electromagnetic energy
Electromagnetic spectrum
Ellipse
Environmental issues
Equinox
Ethical issues
Exhaust
Eyepiece
fire-retardent
Galaxy
Gamma rays
Gaseous
Geocentric
Global Positioning System
GPS
Gravitational pull
Gravity
gravity
Heliocentric
Hubble Space Telescope
Inferred waves
interfertometry
Interstellar matter
Ion source
Jupiter
Lense
Light-year
Load
Main sequence
Mars
Mass
Mercury
Meteoroids
Meteors
Meterioites
microgravity
Mirror
Moons
Nebulae
Neptune
Neutron star
Nozzle
Orion’s Belt
parallax
Payload
Planet
Pluto
Political issues
Protoplanet hypothesis
Protostar
radio telescope
Radius
Reaction
Red giant
Red supergiant
reflecting telescope
refracting telescope
Repulsion
Rings
Rockets
Rotation
Saturn
Shuttles
Solstice
Space junk
Space probes
Space stations
Spectrometer
Star
Sun
Sunlike star
Supernova
Surface temperature
Telescope
Transparent glass
triangulation
TV/Radio waves
Ultraviolet
Venus
Visible spectrum waves
Wavelength
Weight
White dwarf
x-rays
Zenith
Newton
Galileo
Aztec
Greek
Celts
Norse
Egypt
Pyramids
Mexico
phenomenom
Capernicus
Kepler