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Ansel Ajayi

Blume Ch 3#17-35

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If the oxygen loses an electron what happens to its charge and why? Its charge becomes negative because one creates moves
If the oxygen atom above gains an electron what happens to its charge and why? Its change becomes negative because electrons are negative so there will be more negatives.
Supply energy for cell processes (ex. sugars and starches) Carbohydrates
store and realease energy (ex. fats and oils) Lipids
If the oxygen atom above gains an electron what happens to its charge and why? Its change becomes negative because electrons are negative so there will be more negatives.
Large molecules that store important coded information (ex. DNA and RNA) Nucleaic Acids
If the oxygen atom above gains an electron what happens to its charge and why? Its change becomes negative because electrons are negative so there will be more negatives.
store and realease energy (ex. fats and oils) Lipids
This supplies energy for cell processes (ex. sugars and starches) Carbohydrates
Calcium phosphate is an inorganic compound that is important for humans. Describe why. It gives strength to bones.
Sodium bicarbonate is an inorganic compound that is important for humans. Describe why. helps digestion of food
Water is an inorganic compound that is important for humans. Describe why. It is important because we need water to stay hydrated and it makes up 50% of us.
Calcium phosphate is an inorganic compound that is important for humans. Describe why. They are needed for nerves so that messages can be sent along the nerves.
Hydrochloric acid is an inorganic compound that is important for humans. Describe why. Hydrochloric acid helps break down food in the stomach. (aids in digestion)
Organisms that eat producers Consumers
Respiration takes place here. Mitochondria
An energy-releasing process that takes place in some yeasts and bacteria Fermentation
This energy-releasing takes place in the mitochondria Respiration
The process that some producers use to make food Photosynthesis
A gas that is important in photosynthesis Carbon Dioxide
A green pigment found in chloroplasts. Chlorophyll
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