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Kendahl Ryan Ross

Blume- Life Science Chapter 18 Part 2

Name the organic nutrients. They are proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and fats (lipids).
Name the inorganic nutrients. They are minerals and Water.
Give two characteristics of proteins. They are used for growth, replacement, & repair and they are made of amino acids.
Give two characteristics of carbohydrates. They are the main source of energy and contain C, H, & O atoms.
Give one characteristic about vitamins. They are essential, organic nutrients that help the body use other nutrients.
Give two characteristics about fats (lipids). They store vitamins and provide energy.
Give one characteristic about minerals. They are inorganic nutrients that regulate many chemical reactions.
Give two characteristics about water. It removes waste from the cells and allows chemical reactions to take place.
Be sure to study the human digestive diagram. Be sure to study the human digestive diagram.
A place where food is ground mechanically into small pieces. The mouth
A muscular tube that serves as a passage way for food. The esophagus
Turns food into chyme. The stomach
Major portion of digestion takes place here. The small intestine
Produces bile The liver
Stores bile The gallbladder
Produces substances that stop stomach acid action and enzymes that break down organic nutrients. The pancreas
Absorbs water from undigested food The large intestine
Controls the release of solid waste. The anus
Be sure to study the Frog diagram of it's insides.
Created by: kendahl