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Organic Compounds

Organic Compounds

Organic Compounds. Organic Compounds are large and have unique characteristics They carry out complex functions Four Examples Carbohydrates Lipids Proteins Nucleic acids. Properties/Characteristics. Organic compounds

By charleigh
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Organic Chemistry Bingo

Organic Chemistry Bingo

What is it called when a portion of a molecule is negative and another portion is positive?. Polar. Organic Chemistry Bingo. What type of charge does the oxygen portion of a water molecule have?. Negative. Organic Chemistry Bingo.

By omer
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Enzymes

Enzymes

Enzymes. Noadswood Science, 2012. Enzymes & pH. To investigate the effect of pH on enzymes. Digestive System. Enzymes. What are enzymes? Enzymes are biological catalysts - catalysts are substances that increase the rate of chemical reactions without being used up.

By makara
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Biomolecules

Biomolecules

Biomolecules. Lab #3. Today . Quiz #2 – 15 minutes Objectives and Introduction to Biomolecules – 20 minutes Safety Today’s Lab Instructions – 10 mins Experiments - ~ 70 minutes Clean Up Summary. Objectives.

By tanner
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The Cellular Level of Organization

The Cellular Level of Organization

The Cellular Level of Organization. Honors Anatomy & Physiology. Cells . ~200 different types cells in body all arise from cell division each type has unique role in supporting homeostasis . Parts of a Cell. Plasma Membrane separates inside from outside

By nitesh
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Calculations from Chemical Equations

Calculations from Chemical Equations

Chapter 9. Calculations from Chemical Equations . Outline Stoichiometry using Chemical Equations Mole Relationships Limiting Reagent Percent Yield. Law of Conservation of Mass. Reactants Products

By deanne
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Digestion Chapter 13

Digestion Chapter 13

Digestion Chapter 13. The chemical and mechanical process of breaking down food to release nutrients in a form your body can absorb for use. Absorption. The process by which nutrients get from the digestive tract into the transportation system that carries them to cells throughout the body

By rosina
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DNA is the code of life!

DNA is the code of life!

DNA is the code of life!. The Basics: A general review of molecular biology: DNA Transcription RNA Translation Proteins. I deserved the nobel prize!. Rosalind Franklin – 1920-1958 She should be credited with discovering the structure of DNA. The answer is "yes".

By saddam
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Introduction to digestion

Introduction to digestion

Introduction to digestion. OM NOM NOM. Why do we eat?. To gain various nutrients needed for our life processes. Cellular respiration Tissue growth and repair Keep us strong and healthy . Nutrients in food. Proteins. Fats. Carbo -hydrates. Vitamins. Minerals. Complex Carbo -hydrates.

By chaeli
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Trip to Coromandel Bay; Part 3

Trip to Coromandel Bay; Part 3

Trip to Coromandel Bay; Part 3. The Start. 1.30 p.m. . Entered the Lab and wore gloves and a lab coat. Oversized. We saw aquariums of frogs, slugs and even weirder stuff. We should have something like this. The aquarium with slugs. Equipments.

By yehuda
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The Structure and Transport of Materials across - Cell Membranes

The Structure and Transport of Materials across - Cell Membranes

The Structure and Transport of Materials across - Cell Membranes.

By blaze
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Enzymes

Enzymes

Enzymes. What is an enzyme?. Enzymes speed up chemical reactions in the body. In digestion, enzymes can break molecules (Substrates) into smaller subunits. Enzymes can also synthesize (or put together) smaller molecules into larger ones. Enzymes: pH and temperature.

By aure
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Chapter 19 Bioenergetics

Chapter 19 Bioenergetics

Chapter 19 Bioenergetics. How the Body Converts Food to Energy. ENERGY. 1 st Law of Thermodynamics Energy can’t be created or destroyed, it can only change forms. chemical → mechanical. chemical → electrical. electrical → mechanical. heat → mechanical.

By valmai
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CHAPTER 4 Cells and Energy

CHAPTER 4 Cells and Energy

CHAPTER 4 Cells and Energy. 4.1 Chemical Energy and ATP 4.2 Overview of Photosynthesis 4.4 Overview of Cellular Respiration 4.6 Fermentation. I. Chemical Energy and ATP. The chemical energy used for most cell processes is carried by ATP ATP stands for adenosine triphosphate

By alodie
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Introduction to Biochemistry

Introduction to Biochemistry

Introduction to Biochemistry. Living organisms operate within the same physical laws that apply to physics and chemistry: Conservation of Mass, Energy Laws of Thermodynamics Laws of Chemical Kinetics Principles of Chemical Reactions

By elmo
(128 views)

How Fungi Feed

How Fungi Feed

How Fungi Feed Most Fungi are saprophytes which means they break down matter and play a vital role in recycling nutrients. As hyphae grow across a food source they release digestive enzymes that break down large organic molecules into smaller molecules.

By alexa
(127 views)

BIOCHEMISTRY: THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF LIVING MATTER

BIOCHEMISTRY: THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF LIVING MATTER

BIOCHEMISTRY: THE CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF LIVING MATTER. By: Josh Johnson. Concepts of Matter and Energy. Matter: What the universe is made out of Can be seen, smelled, and touched. Exists in the three physical states It can be changed physically and chemically. Energy.

By halima
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Mammals and their Behaviors

Mammals and their Behaviors

Ch. 30-34. Mammals and their Behaviors. Chapter 30 Mammals. Section 1: Mammalian Characteristics. Section 2: Diversity of Mammals. Mammals.

By allayna
(135 views)

Sponge

Sponge

Sponge . 1. Word Bank Anus Esophagus Gallbladder Large Intestine Liver Mouth Pancreas Salivary Glands Rectum Small Intestines Stomach. 11. 2. 10. 3. 9. 4. 5. 8. 6. 7. Salivary glands. mouth. esophagus. liver. stomach. gallbladder. pancreas. Small intestines.

By vina
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The Organelles

The Organelles

The Organelles. -nucleus -cytoplasm -nucleolus -cytoskeleton -cell membrane -vacuole -mitochondria -chloroplast -golgi Apparatus -centrioles -lysosomes -ribosomes -endoplasmic reticulum(ER) *Rough ER & Smooth ER. Nucleus. The “brain” of the cell Controls all of the

By joie
(103 views)

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