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daniel ballester

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Transcript of science

"Mind Map "
Food and digestion circulation and blood; bacteria,disease and the immune system; Periodic table: atoms,elements, molecules, mixtures and compounds; properties of materials; rocks and the rock cycle; light and sound;
copy and paste as needed and take advantage of an infinite canvas!
Study every day a bit and go on.
Periodic table:
Diatomic gases:gases with two atoms.
Atoms: the smallest particle of a chemical element that can exist.
Elements: A substance that can not be broken down.
More than 100 elements known
Non-metals, metals and liquids are the groups.
Then Alkali metals and the noble gases
Properties of a material:
solids, liquids and gases
Solid to liquid melting
Liquid to gas boiling
Gas to liquid condensing
Liquid to solid freezing
particle arrangement
Food and digestion circulation and blood.
Mouth, throat, esophagus, stomach, small intestine, long intestine, bathroom.
Blood passes twice through the heart, each time it passes it gets oxygen and glucose.
Glucose + oxygen= water and Carbon dioxide: respiration.

Viruses: acellular organisms
Fungi: Group of one celled or multinucleate organisms
Pathogen: A disease producing agent
Enzymes: Mechanisms to fight bacteria and kill it
Types of enzymes: amylase, lymph
Rocks and the rock cycle
Igneous rock: cooling and solidification of magma.
Sedimentary rock: by deposition
Metamorphic rock: transformations of existing rock types
Rock cycle
Igneous rock
Sedimentary rock
Metamorphic rock
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