The first idea to explain an observation
The best idea to explain a hypothesis
An explanation for many hypotheses and observations
An explanation for many questions and answers
The final answer to a scientific question
A scientific statement of how something works, not why
An explanation of many experimental results and observations
An explanation of hypotheses, results, and observations
The process of memorizing answers about the natural world
The process of gathering knowledge about the natural world
The process of reading the knowledge of the known world
The process of gathering knowledge about the ancient world
If some die, you have some left.
Some may be picky eaters.
To compare rats taking the new medication to rats without the medication
To compare the rats old det (the food they eat) to the new food they eat.
If the answers are right
If the results support your hypothesis
If the answers can be corrected
If the results can be changed
Giving speeches at conventions
Publishing articles in professional journals
Publishing reports on the Internet