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biology kw

study of genes inheritence
blood that contains iron red blood cell
plant or animal cell that has nucleus, cytoplasm and cell membrane animal cell
chemical that makes plants green chlorophyll
process that makes light energy into glucose photosynthesis
turns starch into black iodine
used in respiration or stored at starch glucose
what kind of light is not suitable for photosynthesis green light
nutrition that gives you repair and growth protein
nutrition that contains fat soluble vitamins fat
nutrition gives you energy carbohydrates
a method to speed up photosynthesis light intensity
what two things is required for photosynthesis? carbon dioxide and water
what does aerobic respiration require? oxygen
blood the protects your from outside germs white blood cell
rigid tissues the supports your body, acts as a system of levers, and protects vital organs. bones
Created by: henry3chen