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Amplify Metabolism

Use to study Amplify's Life Science Metabolism Unit!

TermDefinition
amino acid molecules that break down from protein
circulatory system transports molecules to and from all cells of the body
digestive system takes in food and breaks it down
glucose a molecule that breaks down from starch. organisms can use to release energy
metabolism a body's use of molecules for energy and growth
molecule different groups of atoms joined together
oxygen a molecule that organisms get from the air to use and release energy
protein breaks down into amino acids. get from food like meat, beans, and eggs
respiratory system takes in oxygen and releases carbon dioxide (breathing)
starch breaks down into glucose (bread, potatoes, corn)
system separate parts that work together as a whole
energy released during cellular respiration
cellular respiration the chemical reaction between oxygen and glucose that releases energy into cells
Created by: ddifranks