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Bio Terms 2.2

TermDefinition
Energy -The ability to do work.
Chemical Reaction -One or more substances change to produce one or more different substances.
Reactant -If the chemical proceeds in only one direction, the reactants are the left side of the equation.
Product -The result of broken bonds and rearranged elements in a reaction.
Metabolism -The chemical reaction that occurs in an organism.
Activation Energy -The amount of energy needed to start a reaction.
Catalyst -Certain chemicals that reduce the reaction energy.
Enzymes -A protein or RNA molecule that speeds up metabolic reactions without being permanently changed or destroyed.
Redox Reaction -Reactions in which electrons are transferred between atoms.
Oxidation Reaction -A recant loses one or more electrons, thus becoming positive in charge.
Reduction Reaction -A recant gains one or more electrons, thus coming a negative charge.
Created by: AdamsD20