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Plate tectonics
a) geological explanation for the movement of continents over Earth\'s thick, liquid interior b) physical evidence of an organism that lived long ago that scientists use to study the past; evidenc c) mistaken idea that life can arise from nonliving materials d) idea that living organisms come only from other living organisms.
fossils
a) geological explanation for the movement of continents over Earth\'s thick, liquid interior b) idea that living organisms come only from other living organisms. c) mistaken idea that life can arise from nonliving materials d) physical evidence of an organism that lived long ago that scientists use to study the past; evidenc
spontaneous generation
a) evidence of an organism that lived long ago that scientists use to study the past; evidenc b) idea that living organisms come only from other living organisms. c) mistaken idea that life can arise from nonliving materials d) geological explanation for the movement of continents over Earth\'s thick, liquid interior
biogensis
a) mistaken idea that life can arise from nonliving materials b) geological explanation for the movement of continents over Earth\'s thick, liquid interior c) idea that living organisms come only from other living organisms. d) evidence of an organism that lived long ago that scientists use to study the past
protocell
a) large, ordered structure, enclosed by a membrane, that carries out some life activities, such as gr b) chemosynthetic prokaryotes that live in harsh environments, such as deep-sea vents and hot springs. c) mistaken idea that life can arise from nonliving materials d) evidence of an organism that lived long ago that scientists use to study the past
archaebacteria
a) chemosynthetic prokaryotes that live in harsh environments, such as deep-sea vents and hot springs. b) evidence of an organism that lived long ago that scientists use to study the past c) mistaken idea that life can arise from nonliving materials d) large, ordered structure, enclosed by a membrane, that carries out some life activities, such as gr
Paleontologists
a) Scientists who studies pales b) scientist that studies soil c) scientists who study ancient life, are like detectives who use fossils to understand events that hap d) scientists that studies insects
sedimentary rocks
a) rocks formed under high heat and pressure b) Diamonds c) rocks formed around volcanoes d) These rocks form at relatively low temperatures and pressures that may prevent damage to the organis
Relative dating
a) The fossils in the top layer must also be younger than those in deeper layers b) Dating an Aunt or Uncle c) Fossils in the middle are usually the oldest d) Fossils on the bottom are usually the youngest
Radiometric dating
a) scientists use radiometric dating techniques utilizing the radioactive isotopes in rocks b) Dating by cell phone c) Dailing FM or AM d) using the metric system
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