the body's use of molecules for energy and growth
a group of atoms joined together in a particular way
a molecule that organisms get from the air or water around them and use to release energy
Which is the definition for amino acids?
Which is the definition for glucose?
A system is...
the body system that transports molecules to and from all cells of the body
the body system that takes in food and breaks it down
The job of the respiratory system is to...
Which molecules need to be broken down before entering the cell? Choose all that apply.
Which molecule does not need to be broken down before entering the cell?
What does starch get broken down into?
What do proteins get broken down into?
Which is the smallest molecule out of the 4 that are listed?
Why can't proteins and starch enter the cell? Choose all that apply.
How do we get proteins and starch into our bodies?
a proposed answer to a question about the natural world
information about the natural world that is used to support or go against (refute) a claim
the chemical reaction between oxygen and glucose that releases energy into cells
What are proteins?
the process of making clear how your evidence supports your claim
What is starch?
a claim supported by evidence
In a functioning human body, body systems work together to deliver what 3 molecules to the cells in the body?
In order to release energy, cells need what 2 molecules?
What are the 3 outputs of cellular respiration?
Cells can grow and repair themselves by combining __________ molecules to form larger protein molecules.
In order for cells to grow and repair themselves, what needs to happen?