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Name ___________________________________ 1-2 How Scientists Work 1. Aristotle made extensive observations about the ________________________________ 2. According to the “Recipe for Bees” what did you have to kill during the winter? ___________ 3. What is spontaneous generation? ______________________________________________ 4. What was Redi’s hypothesis? _______________________________________________ 5. The factors in an experiment that can change are called ____________________________ 6. A hypothesis should be tested by an _____________________________ in which only one _________________________ is changed at a time. 7. The variable that is changed is called the __________________________ variable. The variable that is not changed is called the _________________________ variable. 8. In the image below, which jar (X or Y) would have developed maggots? _____________ 9. What was the purpose of the gauze in the experiment? ________________________ 10. Which of the jars above was the control jar? ____________________ 11.
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This note was uploaded on 01/02/2012 for the course BIO 105 taught by Professor Mickle during the Fall '07 term at N.C. State.

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