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Sciences (page 2)


Origin of life
How did life come about?
General Characteristics of Living Beings
Cell Organization
Cell Types
Animal cell
Plant Cell
Biodiversity
Classification of Living Beings
Evolution
Fossils
Virus
Vaccines and Serums
Living Beings (Kingdoms)
Monera Kingdom (Bacteria / Archaea)
Protist Kingdom
Kingdom of Fungi
Kingdom of Animals
Invertebrates
Porifers
Cnidarian
Flatworms
Tapeworms
Schistosomes
Nematelmints
Oxyuriasis
Filariasis
Ascariasis
Hookworm
Shellfish
Annelids
Arthropods
Crustaceans
Arachnids
Kilopods
Diplopods
Insects
Echinoderms
Vertebrates
Fish
Amphibians
Reptiles
Birds
Mammals
Plant Kingdom
Bryophytes
Pteridophytes
Gymnosperms
Angiosperms
Human Body
Genital System
reproduction
Contraceptive Methods
Sexually transmitted diseases
Digestive system
Foods
Food care
Respiratory system
Circulatory system
Blood groups
Lymphatic system
Excretory System
Other Systems
Nervous system
Endocrine System
Diabetes
Anabolic
Skeletal system
Skeletal deformations
Muscle system
Cell
Cell Division
Levels of Human Body Organization
Fabrics
Organs
Systems
Sense organs
Eyesight
Visual ailments
Hearing
Smell
Taste
Tact

Physics
Introduction to Mechanics
Weights and Measures
How to divide physics?
Mechanics
The greatness of kinematics
Average speed
Instantaneous velocity
Scalar and vector quantities
Force
Newton's First Law
Newton's Second Law
Newton's Third Law
Frictional force
Centripetal force
Simple machines, work and energy
Levers
Pulleys and pulleys
Inclined plane
The concept of work

Energy
Potential energy
Mechanical energy
Kinetic energy
Power

Heat
Temperature range
Thermal expansion and contraction
Thermometric scales
Thermal balance
Heat exchange processes
Thermal conduction
Thermal convection
Thermal irradiation
Absorption and thermal reflection

Waves
The wave concept
Wave Types
Elements of a wave
Fundamental equation
The electromagnetic spectrum

The sound
What is sound?
Speed ​​of sound
Physiological qualities

Optics
Introduction to Optics
White light components
Primary colors of light
Reflection and light absorption
The formation of shadows
Flat mirror images
Convex Mirror Images
Images in concave mirrors
Light refraction

Electricity and magnetism
Electric charges
Charged bodies
Friction and contact electrification
Electrical conductors
Electric current
Potential difference
Electrical resistance
Electric power
The magnets
Electromagnets

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