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bio204.s1.d09

cava bio 204 s1.d09 energy and life

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The sun is the ultimate source of energy for [...] living things. The sun is the ultimate source of energy for most living things.
[...]- = Greek prefix meaning 'light' photo- = Greek prefix meaning 'light'
-[...] = Greek suffix meaning 'draw or write' -graph = Greek suffix meaning 'draw or write'
[...]-[...]: literally, 'light'-'drawing', or drawing of light. A camera (short for camera-obscura, "hidden room"; a reference to the space inside film cameras) creates a drawing of the light that comes into it... a [...]. photo-graph: literally, 'light'-'drawing', or drawing of light. A camera (short for camera-obscura, "hidden room"; a reference to the space inside film cameras) creates a drawing of the light that comes into it... a photograph.
synthesis = You've seen this word a thousand times, but I bet you don't actually know what it means! It just means '[...]' synthesis = You've seen this word a thousand times, but I bet you don't actually know what it means! It just means 'putting things together'
[...]: literally, 'light'-'putting things together', or 'putting-things-together with light'. (plants use light to put carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms together to make triose-3-phosphate, which is then converted into glucose) photo-synthesis: literally, 'light'-'putting things together', or 'putting-things-together with light'. (plants use light to put carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms together to make triose-3-phosphate, which is then converted into glucose)
Photosynthesis requires: 1. [...] 2. carbon dioxide 3. water Photosynthesis requires: 1. light 2. carbon dioxide 3. water
Photosynthesis requires: 1. light 2. [...] 3. water Photosynthesis requires: 1. light 2. carbon dioxide 3. water
Photosynthesis requires: 1. light 2. carbon dioxide 3. [...] Photosynthesis requires: 1. light 2. carbon dioxide 3. water
Photosynthesis PRODUCES: 1. [...] 2. Oxygen Photosynthesis PRODUCES: 1. Glucose 2. Oxygen
Photosynthesis PRODUCES: 1. Glucose 2. [...] Photosynthesis PRODUCES: 1. Glucose 2. Oxygen
Highschool-level biology texts are obsessed with glucose. They say things like: 'Organisms convert most foods into glucose'. In reality, carbohydrates are generally converted to glucose, while [-s] and [-s] rarely are Highschool-level biology texts are obsessed with glucose. They say things like: 'Organisms convert most foods into glucose'. In reality, carbohydrates are generally converted to glucose, while fats and proteins rarely are
'Respiration' is a $10 word for '[-ing]', but in biology we use this word to refer to getting energy from food using OXYGEN... it's in the air we breathe... see the connection? 'Respiration' is a $10 word for 'breathing', but in biology we use this word to refer to getting energy from food using OXYGEN... it's in the air we breathe... see the connection?
it's still called Respiration when fish, mushrooms, or anything else that doesn't actually '[...]' does it. it's still called Respiration when fish, mushrooms, or anything else that doesn't actually 'breathe' does it.
Cellular respiration breaks down glucose into usable energy.... but not just glucose! Fats, alcohols, and some other compounds too. (see how they're just crazy obsessed with [...]!?) Cellular respiration breaks down glucose into usable energy.... but not just glucose! Fats, alcohols, and some other compounds too. (see how they're just crazy obsessed with glucose!?)
Cellular respiration creates a high-energy molecule that can power all the little protein 'machines' inside a cell... this molecule is called adenosine triphosphate ([...]). Cellular respiration creates a high-energy molecule that can power all the little protein 'machines' inside a cell... this molecule is called adenosine triphosphate (ATP).
All the little [...] 'machines' inside cells run off of a special 'battery' called ATP. All the little protein 'machines' inside cells run off of a special 'battery' called ATP.
Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is the battery that powers all the tiny protein 'machines' inside of cells, but it's not very [...], so instead of storing lots of ATP, living things store energy as carbohydrates (plants & fungi) or fats (animals). Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is the battery that powers all the tiny protein 'machines' inside of cells, but it's not very stable, so instead of storing lots of ATP, living things store energy as carbohydrates (plants & fungi) or fats (animals).
in the 1970s we discovered something shocking: hydrothermal (hot-water) vents deep in the ocean where microbes get energy from [...] created by the hydrothermal vents. This process is called chemosynthesis in the 1970s we discovered something shocking: hydrothermal (hot-water) vents deep in the ocean where microbes get energy from non-organic chemicals created by the hydrothermal vents. This process is called chemosynthesis
in the 1970s we discovered something shocking: hydrothermal (hot-water) vents deep in the ocean where microbes get energy from non-organic chemicals created by the hydrothermal vents. This process is called [...] in the 1970s we discovered something shocking: hydrothermal (hot-water) vents deep in the ocean where microbes get energy from non-organic chemicals created by the hydrothermal vents. This process is called chemosynthesis
in the 1970s we discovered something shocking: [...] (hot-water) vents deep in the ocean where microbes get energy from non-organic chemicals created by the [...] vents. This process is called chemosynthesis in the 1970s we discovered something shocking: hydrothermal (hot-water) vents deep in the ocean where microbes get energy from non-organic chemicals created by the hydrothermal vents. This process is called chemosynthesis
You may have noticed the following in your lesson: "In this way, the sun's energy cycles through every living thing on the planet." This came RIGHT AFTER they explained that some organisms DO NOT get their energy from the [...]! You may have noticed the following in your lesson: "In this way, the sun's energy cycles through every living thing on the planet." This came RIGHT AFTER they explained that some organisms DO NOT get their energy from the sun!
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