Grade 9 Science

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Grade 9 Science
1 Ecology
1.1 Bioaccumulation
1.1.1 Food Chain
1.1.1.1 Balance an Ecosystem
1.1.1.2 Shows Problems
1.1.2 Can Damage Ecosystems
1.2 Biospheres
1.2.1 Biomes
1.2.1.1 Boreal
1.2.1.2 Grasslands
1.2.1.3 Tundra
1.2.2 Litho
1.2.2.1 Solid
1.2.3 Atmo
1.2.3.1 Gas
1.2.4 Hydro
1.2.4.1 Water
1.3 Nitrogen Cycle
1.3.1 Nitrates
1.3.1.1 Protein for Plants
1.3.2 Denitrification
1.3.2.1 Aerate
1.3.3 Fixation
1.3.3.1 Bacteria in Soil
1.3.4 Nitrites
1.3.4.1 Converts from NH3
1.4 Population Ecology
1.4.1 Population of Species
1.4.2 Groups of Similar Individuals
1.4.3 Community
1.5 Ecosystems
1.5.1 Biotic
1.5.1.1 Living
1.5.1.1.1 Animals
1.5.1.1.2 Plants
1.5.2 Abiotic
1.5.2.1 Non-Living
1.5.2.1.1 Rocks
1.5.2.1.2 Dirt
1.5.3 Closed System
1.5.3.1 Unable to Leave
1.5.4 Forests
1.5.5 Open System
1.5.5.1 Able to Leave
1.5.6 Ponds
1.5.7 Meadows
2 Space
2.1 Planets
2.2 Nebulas
2.2.1 Gas Clouds
2.2.2 Star Cluster
2.2.3 Stellar Nursery
2.2.4 Horse Head
2.2.5 Eagle
2.3 Stars
2.3.1 Sun
2.3.1.1 Our Star
2.3.2 Constellations
2.3.2.1 Grouping of Stars
2.3.3 Red
2.3.3.1 Least Hot
2.3.4 White
2.3.4.1 2nd Hottest
2.3.5 Yellow
2.3.5.1 Third Hottest
2.3.6 Blue
2.3.6.1 Hottest
2.3.7 Super Nova
2.3.7.1 Large Explosion
2.4 Moons
2.4.1 Europa
2.4.1.1 Jupiter
2.4.2 Luna
2.4.2.1 Earth
2.4.3 Titan
2.4.3.1 Saturn
2.4.4 Tritan
2.4.4.1 Neptune
2.4.5 Phobos/Deimos
2.4.5.1 Mars
2.4.6 Miranda/Ariel/Umbriel/Titania/Oboron
2.4.6.1 Uranus
2.5 Galaxies
2.5.1 Milky Way
2.5.2 Andromeda
2.5.3 Black Holes
2.5.4 Gravitational Pull
2.6 Planets
2.6.1 Dwarf
2.6.1.1 Pluto
2.6.2 Rocky
2.6.2.1 Earth
2.6.2.2 Mars
2.6.2.3 Venus
2.6.2.4 Mercury
2.6.3 Gas
2.6.3.1 Neptune
2.6.3.2 Uranus
2.6.3.3 Saturn
2.6.3.4 Jupiter
3 Chemistry
3.1 Ions
3.1.1 Anions
3.1.2 Cations
3.2 Isotopes
3.3 Matter
3.3.1 Everything mass/volume
3.3.2 Small Particles
3.3.2.1 Attract
3.4 Physical/Chemical
3.4.1 Physical is Undoable
3.4.2 Chemical isnt Undoable
3.5 Periodic Table
3.5.1 Alkaline Earth Metals
3.5.2 Halogen
3.5.3 Noble Gas
3.5.4 Alkali Metal
3.5.5 118
3.6 Atom
3.6.1 Very Small
3.6.2 Nucleus
3.7 Elements
3.7.1 Pure Substance
3.7.1.1 1 Substance
3.7.1.2 Mass
3.7.1.2.1
3.7.1.3 Volume
3.7.1.3.1 Density
3.7.2 Compounds
3.7.2.1 Combined Elements
3.7.2.2 Molecular
3.7.2.3 Ionic
4 Electricity
4.1 Circuits
4.1.1 Load
4.1.1.1 Light Bulb
4.1.2 Source
4.1.2.1 Dry Cell
4.1.3 Switch
4.2 Amps
4.2.1 Ampere
4.3 Static
4.3.1 Contact
4.3.2 Induction
4.3.3 Friction
4.3.4 Electrons
4.3.4.1 Attract to Protons
4.3.5 P.D.M
4.3.6 Protons
4.3.7 Neutrons
4.4 Ohms Law
4.4.1 Resistance
4.4.1.1 Thickness of Wire
4.4.1.2 Temperature
4.4.1.3 Material
4.4.1.4 Length of Wire
4.4.2 Current
4.4.2.1 Moving Electric Charges
4.4.3 Voltage
4.4.3.1 Voltmeter
4.5 Insulators/Conductors
4.5.1 Insulators Block Electrons
4.5.2 Conductors Conduct Electricity
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