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Exploring Creation with General Science Module 12

herbivore a consumer that eats producers exclusively
endothermic using energy for the purpose of keeping our internal temperature the same
carnivore a consumer that eats only other consumers
carbohydrate usually the first macronutrient that is burned in the body
omnivore a consumer that eats both plants and other consumers
mono saccharides what carbohydrates must be broken down into before they are burned
basal metabolic rate the minimum energy required by the body every day
mitochondrion the powerhouse of a cell
combustion the chemical process by which organisms get energy from food
fats usually the second macronutrient that is burned by the body
saturated fats fat that is solid at room temperature
proteins usually the last macronutrient burned by the body
unsaturated fats fat that is liquid at room temperature
polysaccharides the longest of three basic kinds of carbohydrates
ectothermic an organism that does not have a constant internal temperature
Created by: clynnb