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Anatomy&Physiology I

infromation from whole semester

hydroysis to break apart, occurs when food is being digested
amino acids the smallest building block to created proteins
dehydration process removing water from 2 molecules to form protiens by connecting two molecules without water
pH scale runs from ____ to___ 0-14
pH is the concentration of H+ in molos/litre
a nutral pH is 7
less then 7 on the pH scale is acidic
anything more then 7 on the pH scale is Basic or alkaline
normal pH in body fluids is 7.35-7.45
is the normal pH of body fluids alkaline or acidic slightly alkaline
organic compounds make up __% of body mass 40% of the body mass
water makes up __% of the body mass 60% makes up the body mass
the ___ is the basic living structure and fuctional unit of the body the cell
the cell uses ____ material to direct cell activities Genetic
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