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enzyme proteins that speed up chemical reactions
element the different types of atoms. Cannot be broken down into a simpler substance. 118 on the periodic table elements
amino acids building blocks of protein
inorganic compound a compound that does not contain carbon...nonliving
atom smallest particle of matter
compound 2 or more different types of elements or atoms that are bonded together
water for chemical reactions to take place, keeps cell shape and size, helps maintain constant body temperature
lipids have more energy than carbs, important part of cell membrane
nucleic acids contains instructions to carry out life functions, pass traits from parents to offspring, dna and rna
chemicals of life protein, nucleic acids, water, carbohydrates
organic compound compounds that contain carbon, matter that is living, was living or produced by a living thing
subscript shows the number of atoms of the element in front of it
carbohydrates main source of energy for cells, important for cell walls and cell membrane, found in starches and sugars
protein needed for cell and tissue growth and repair
formula show types of elements and the # of atoms in a compound
molecule 2 or more atoms that are bonded together
matter anything that has mass and takes up space
Created by: naumanan16