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SCI-7 U7 Quiz 1

Vocabulary Words

cell The smallest unit that can perform all life processes and contains all of the materials necessary for life.
stimulus Anything in the environment that causes a response or change in an organism.
homeostasis The process of an organism maintaining a constant and stable internal state in a changing environment.
metabolism The total of all chemical activities that an organism performs.
proteins One of the five chemical building blocks of cells; used to build cells and cellular structures.
amino acids The molecules that make up proteins.
carbohydrates One of the five chemical building blocks of cells; used as a source of energy and for energy storage.
simple carbohydrate A carbohydrate made of one sugar molecule or a few linked sugar molecules.
complex carbohydrate A carbohydrate made of hundreds of sugar molecules linked together.
Created by: susanmason