Introduction to Biology Crossword Puzzle.
This is a 45 word crossword puzzle that I use at the first of the school year after I cover my lessons on "Introduction to Biology". These are the terms that students need to know at the start of their biology class in order to be successful for the rest of the year.
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Introduction to Biology Complete Unit Plan Bundle
Biology Crossword Puzzles: Set of 9
The topics covered are:
1) What is Science?
2) Themes of Biology
3) Scientific Method
4) The Microscope
5) Characteristics of Life
This document is perfect for a homework assignment, a quiz, classwork, or test review.
Answers are included.
The words included in the puzzle are:
Control, data, quantitative, qualitative, hypothesis, biology, cell, unicellular, colonial, tissue, organ, homeostasis, gene, DNA, sexual, asexual, evolution, natural selection, ecology, autotroph, heterotroph, scientific method, variables, theory, biogenesis, spontaneous generation, Redi, Pasteur, fine adjustment, coarse adjustment, stage clips, objectives, ocular, rotating nosepiece, body tube, stage, diaphragm, resolution, magnification, system, photosynthesis, cellular respiration, independent variable, dependent variable, and micrometer.
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