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A(n) ________ group is a group of individuals who are exposed to a particular treatment in an experiment.
Ions of opposite charge are attracted to each other to form ________ bonds.
A ________ is a condition that is subject to change during an experiment.
A(n) ________ is formed by linking two or more atoms with covalent bonds.
A ________ hypothesis is a negative statement that makes it easier to disprove its predictions.
When water dissociates, the negatively charged ion is called the ________ ion.
A hypotheses that has been well-tested and can be used to explain many observations is called a ________
Excess glucose is stored in muscles and liver of animals as the polysaccharide ________ .
A positive ________ exists when one variable increases, so does the other.
Lipids with 4 carbon rings that serve as precursors to estrogen and testosterone are called ________ .
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