Science- a systematic approach to answering questions. Scientific method- a logical approach to gathering information, reaching conclusions, gathering more information, and refining conclusions. Inductive reasoning- involves the accumulation of facts through observation until finally there are enough facts to draw a conclusion or develop a testable hypothesis. Deductive reasoning- involves making a general statement, often in the format of an. If-then statement, then drawing more specific conclusions from it. Clinically trails- consist of several experimental groups that receive different dosages of the drug and a control group that receives a placebo. Double-blind study- occurs when neither researchers nor participants know which group is receiving the treatment. Epidemiological studies- looks for patterns that occur in large populations. An example of stimuli that a plant would respond to is: sunlight. Complex and organized: red blood cell in the human body. Dna is a molecule that directly allows a living to: store information. Homeostasis: how organisms maintain a constant internal environment.