The Science of Living Things

  1. 1. _____ technology the use of electronics and state-of-the-art equipment to perform tasks and control machinery and processes
  2. 3. ____ grass that us used for decorative, as well as soil holding, purposes
  3. 4. _____ Natural Resources resources provided by nature that can replace themselves
  4. 7. _____ education a unique program that offers organized instruction, supervised agricultural experiences, FFA, journalism, and community development
  5. 9. the activities involved with the production of plants and animals and related supplies, services, mechanics, products, processing and marketing
  6. 10. ____ Resources all aspects of water conservation and management
  7. 11. _____ Science the use of science principles in growing and managing crops
  8. 12. the growing and management of living things in water, such as fish
  9. 16. the application of science to solve a problem
  10. 17. the science of insects, the most abundant species on the planet
  11. 18. a combination of the study of living organisms and the chemical activities or processes of living organisms
  12. 21. the management of the genetic characteristics transmitted from one generation to another and its application to our needs
  13. 24. _____ economics factors that affect the management of agricultural resources, including farms and agribusinesses, to meet the needs of the human population; farm policy and international trade are important components
  14. 25. the conditions, circumstances, and influences surrounding and affecting an organism or group of organisms
  15. 26. ____ science science that involves animal growth, care, and management of domestic livestock
  1. 2. the science and art involved in the cultivation, propagation, processing, and marketing of flowers, turf, vegetables, fruits, nuts, and ornamental plants
  2. 5. _____ Science Technology the use of modern principles and practices for animal growth and management
  3. 6. _____ plants grown for their appearance or beauty
  4. 7. the application of scientific principles and new technologies to agriculture
  5. 8. commercial firms that have developed with or stemmed out of agriculture
  6. 12. the science of soil management and crops, focusing on field crops such as wheat, corn, soybeans, and peanuts
  7. 13. the science that studies all living things and the environment in which these organisms live
  8. 14. _____ Science the study of the properties and management of soil to grow plants
  9. 15. _____ Engineering the application of mechanical and other engineering principles in agricultural settings
  10. 19. _____ Technology the application of science to an industrial use
  11. 20. the branch of science that studies the nature and characteristics of elements or simple substances
  12. 22. _____ Food foods that have been grown without the use of chemical pesticides
  13. 23. _____ Pest Management the many different methods used together to control insects, diseases, rodents, and other pests