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  • Question 1
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    the body's use of molecules for energy and growth

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    system

    starch

    metabolism

    protein

  • Question 2
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    a group of atoms joined together in a particular way

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    molecule

    system

    cell

    metabolism

  • Question 3
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    a molecule that organisms get from the air or water around them and use to release energy

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    proteins

    glucose

    amino acids

    oxygen

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    Which is the definition for amino acids?

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    a molecule that organisms get from the air or water around them and use to release energy

    molecules that are the building blocks of proteins

    a molecule that organisms can use to release energy, and that is made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms

    a type of energy storage molecule made of many glucose molecules connected together

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    Which is the definition for glucose?

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    molecules that are the building blocks of proteins

    a set of interacting parts forming a complex whole

    the body's use of molecules for energy and growth

    a molecule that organisms can use to release energy, and that is made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms

  • Question 6
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    A system is...

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    a set of interacting parts forming a complex whole.

    a category of large molecules that perform important functions inside living things.

    a group of atoms joined together in a particular way.

    the ability to make things move or change.

  • Question 7
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    the body system that transports molecules to and from all cells of the body

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    oxygen

    respiratory system

    digestive system

    circulatory system

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    the body system that takes in food and breaks it down

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    stomach

    circulatory system

    digestive system

    respiratory system

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    The job of the respiratory system is to...

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    take in oxygen and release carbon dioxide

    take in food and break it down

    transport molecules to and from all cells of the body

    make things move or change

  • Question 10
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    Which molecules need to be broken down before entering the cell? Choose all that apply.

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    starch

    amino acids

    glucose

    proteins

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    Which molecule does not need to be broken down before entering the cell?

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    proteins

    starch

    oxygen

  • Question 12
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    What does starch get broken down into?

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    proteins

    glucose

    amino acids

    oxygen

  • Question 13
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    What do proteins get broken down into?

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    glucose

    starch

    oxygen

    amino acids

  • Question 14
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    Which is the smallest molecule out of the 4 that are listed?

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    glucose

    oxygen

    starch

    amino acids

  • Question 15
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    Why can't proteins and starch enter the cell? Choose all that apply.

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    They are too big.

    They need to get broken down into amino acids and glucose first.

    They are too small.

    They can enter the cell just the way they are.

  • Question 16
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    How do we get proteins and starch into our bodies?

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    by drinking lots of water

    by eating certain foods

    by breathing in air

    by releasing energy

  • Question 17
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    a proposed answer to a question about the natural world

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    evidence

    reasoning

    claim

    prediction

  • Question 18
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    information about the natural world that is used to support or go against (refute) a claim

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    claim

    evidence

    reasoning

    prediction

  • Question 19
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    the chemical reaction between oxygen and glucose that releases energy into cells

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    cellular respiration

    blood doping

    scientific argument

    system

  • Question 20
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    What are proteins?

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    a molecule that organisms get from the air or water around them and use to release energy

    the body system that takes in food and breaks it down

    a category of large molecules that perform important functions inside living things

    a type of energy storage molecule made of many glucose molecules connected together

  • Question 21
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    the process of making clear how your evidence supports your claim

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    claim

    evidence

    reasoning

    scientific argument

  • Question 22
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    What is starch?

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    a type of energy storage molecule made of many glucose molecules connected together

    a molecule that organisms can use to release energy and that is made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms

    a category of large molecules that perform important functions inside living things

    a molecule that organisms get from the air or water around them and use to release energy

  • Question 23
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    a claim supported by evidence

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    scientific argument

    claim

    evidence

    reasoning

  • Question 24
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    In a functioning human body, body systems work together to deliver what 3 molecules to the cells in the body?

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    oxygen

    glucose

    amino acids

    starch

  • Question 25
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    In order to release energy, cells need what 2 molecules?

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    oxygen

    glucose

    starch

    protein

  • Question 26
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    What are the 3 outputs of cellular respiration?

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    water

    energy

    carbon dioxide

    oxygen

  • Question 27
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    Cells can grow and repair themselves by combining __________ molecules to form larger protein molecules.

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    amino acid

    glucose

    oxygen

    starch

  • Question 28
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    In order for cells to grow and repair themselves, what needs to happen?

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    cellular respiration

    blood doping

    training at a higher altitude

    changing your pre-race meal

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