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GS Mod 12

Apologia Exploring Creation with General Science Module 12

Producers Organisms that produce their own food.
Consumers Organisms that eat living producers and/or other consumers for food.
Herbivore A consumer that eats producers exclusively.
Carnivore A consumer that eats only other consumers.
Omnivore A consumer that eats both producer and other consumers.
Combustion Requires oxygen Combustion produces energy, carbon dioxide, and water.
Carbohydrates Usually the the first macronutrient burned.
Monosaccharide Simple sugars (Example: glucose). The only type of carbohydrate the cell in your body can burn.
Disaccharide Two monocaccharides linked together (example: table sugar).
Polysaccharide Many monosaccharides linked together (Example: starch, as in a potato).
fats The second macronutrient burned.
Saturated fats This kind of fat tends to be solid at room temperature.
Unsaturated fats This kink of fat tends to be liquid at room temperature.
Proteins The third macronutrient burned.
Endothermic Using energy for the purpose of keeping our internal temperature relatively constant. (Warm-blooded.)
Glycolysis The first step in the combustion process.
Krebs cycle Second step in the combustion process
Electron transport system The third step in the combustion process.
Created by: barbara.macri