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An accumulation of till, stones, or other debris carried and deposited by a glacier.
a) Moraine b) Till c) Kettle Hole d) Glacial Erratic
Unsorted glacial sediment
a) Till b) Kettle Hole c) Moraine d) Glacial Erratic
A shallow sediment-filled body of water formed by retreating glaciers or draining floodwater
a) Karst Topography b) Kettle Hole c) Till d) Moraine
The process where one plate moves below another plate due to their differing densities.
a) Convection b) Subduction c) Transform Plate Boundary d) Divergent Plate Boundary
Any region where the terrain has been dissolved by the physical and chemical weathering of the bedrock; characterized by numerous caves, sinkholes, fissures, and underground streams
a) Kettle Hole b) Till c) Moraine d) Karst Topography
Type of temperature transfer that occurs where there is a temperature difference within a substance, like magma, and causes it to move in a circular pattern. Scientists believe it is responsible for plate movement.
a) Subduction b) Transform Plate Boundary c) Divergent Plate Boundary d) Convection
Plate boundary at which the plates are colliding with each other with a compression force.
a) Convergent Plates Boundary b) Convection c) Subduction d) Divergent Plate Boundary
Plate boundary at which the plates are separating from each other through tension.
a) Transform Plate Boundary b) Subduction c) Divergent Plate Boundary d) Convection
Plate boundary at which the plates are sliding past each other with a shearing force.
a) Convergent Plate Boundary b) Transform Plate Boundary c) Divergent Plate Boundary d) Convection
Stones and rock that were transported by a glacier, and then left behind after the glacier melted.
a) Moraine b) Kettle Hole c) Glacial Erratic d) Till
Organelle in cells that modifies, sorts, and packages proteins and other material from the endoplasmic reticulum for storage inside the cell or release outside the cell.
a) Golgi Bodies b) Lysosome c) Enzymes d) Ribosomes
Organelle that breaks down lipids, carbohydrates and proteins into smaller molecules with the help of enzymes
a) Enzymes b) Ribosomes c) Golgi Bodies d) Lysosome
Proteins that speed up the rate of chemical reactions in the body
a) Lysosomes b) Enzymes c) Ribosomes d) Golgi Bodies
Organelle that is found throughout the cytoplasm in a cell and on the rough ER and is responsible for making proteins
a) Ribosomes b) Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum c) Enzymes d) Lysosome
Organelle where lipid components of a cell membrane are assembled
a) Lysosome b) Golgi Bodies c) Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum d) Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum
Organelle covered with ribosomes; assists in making and transporting proteins to the golgi apparatus for packaging.
a) Lysosomes b) Rough Endoplasmic Reticulum c) Ribosomes d) Smooth Endoplasmic Reticulum
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