BASIC CHEMISTRY. Definition of Concepts . Matter and Energy. Matter. Is anything that occupies space and has mass The mass of an object, which is equal to the actual amount of matter in the object, remains constant wherever the object is In contrast, weight varies with gravity
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Photosynthesis & Cellular Respiration. Energy. Energy: The ability to perform work. Life depends on energy, but where does this energy come from? Thermal Electromagnetic Chemical ? Nuclear Light The form of energy that we are most interested in is chemical energy. Energy.
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Cellular Energy StAIR. Chapter 6&7 Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration. All of the images present come directly from your textbook, Modern Biology by Holt, Reinhart and Winston. In your notes write the page number where the graphic is located. Obtaining Energy.
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Energy transformations in living things. Chemical Equations Breaking Bonds Calories Combustion/Food Energy. Energy Transformations. Energy cannot be created or destroyed, only changed from one form to another. Energy is any force that results any kind of movement. Types of energy.
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Bioenergetics of Exercise and Training. Objectives. Defining essential terminology The role of ATP Three basic energy systems to replenish ATP in skeletal muscle: Phosphagen, Glycolysis, and Oxidative How substrates are used and broken down for energy production
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PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND CELLULAR RESPIRATION. Chap 5 Section 1. ENERGY AND LIVING THINGS. Metabolism involves either using energy to build molecules or breaking down molecules in which energy is stored
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Exam 2 Lectures Circuits. Charges in Motion. Now we will start to talk about charges in motion instead of static charges Consider the three cases below A pipe of flowing water A wire without a potential difference A wire with a potential difference between the two ends. Definitions.
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8.2 Chemical Equations. law of conservation of mass reactants products diatomic molecule coefficient. Big Idea Ch8. In Chemical changes (reactions) atoms are rearranged, never made or destroyed Mass stays the same in chemical changes (reactions)
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Ch. 6 Thermochemistry. The relationship between chemistry and energy Basic concept of thermodynamics Energy conversion: Energy : the capacity to do work or to produce heat
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Biology I for Non-Majors. Metabolic Pathways. Metabolic Pathways. A metabolic pathway is a series of chemical reactions that takes a starting molecule and modifies it, step-by-step, through a series of metabolic intermediates, eventually yielding a final product
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Cellular Energy. Objectives. Students will review plant/ animal cells and prokaryote/eukaryote Students will draw and label a diagram of the cell energy cycles. Students will compare and contrast autotrophs and heterotrophs Students will explore photosynthesis and cellular respiration.
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KEY CONCEPT All cells need chemical energy. A characteristic common to all living things is that they require Energy. An organism needs E for:. A cell needs E for:. What does the cell need energy for? To move To reproduce To actively transport materials across the cell membrane
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Animal Metabolism Tutorial Energetics and Cellular Respiration. Metabolism. On the whole, metabolism refers to the managing of material and energy resources within a cell. A metabolic road map depicting the sum total of the metabolic chemical reactions in cells !
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Chapter 2. Science, matter, energy and ecosystems: connections in nature. Geog415 Dr Hengchun Ye. Science: is an attempt to discover the order in the natural world and use that knowledge to describe what is likely to happen in nature.
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Lesson Overview. 8.1 Energy and Life. Chemical Energy and ATP. Energy- ability to do work. Your cells are busy using energy to build new molecules, contract muscles, and carry out active transport. Without the ability to obtain and use energy, life would cease to exist.
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Energy Basics. Part 1: The Relationship Between Matter and Energy. Define matter and energy Matter is anything that occupies space and has mass. Energy is the capacity to take action and move matter around. 2. How are energy and matter related? Energy is stored in matter.
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