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What two things does aerobic respiration in yeast produce?
What is glycerol a component of?
What is the name of the process whereby materials leave the cell?
What is the building block of steroids?
What do we call a group of tissues joined together to carry out a common function?
What is the main function of protein in the body?
Pasta and rice are high in…
What are the building blocks of protein?
What does anaerobic respiration produce in mammals?
Which sugar is produced by the digestion of sucrose?
What is the scientific name for fat?
What is the main function of carbohydrates in the body?
When cells work together for one function we call it a/an…
Which simple sugar is produced by photosynthesis and used by cellular respiration?
What are amino acids the building blocks for?
What is the word that means the movement of substances through a pump in the membrane AGAINST a concentration gradient?
What kind of nutrient is carbohydrate?
What do we call an organism that is only one cell?
If you want to lose weight, what foods would help you lose weight the fastest? proteins, fats or sugars?
What is the first stage of cellular respiration called?
Which is the most water soluble sugar?
What does the “ose” ending on a word mean?
What are fatty acids a component of?
What is the simple sugar found in fruit?
What has to be present for cellular respiration to take place in the mitochondria?
Which process allows bacteria or a virus to enter the cell?
What are two examples of a monosaccharide?
Is this a form of respiration in mammals or yeast? Glucose --> 2 Carbon Dioxide + 2 Ethanol
What is the term that means is the cellular process of engulfing solid particles by the cell membrane
What is the word used to describe a group of organs that work together?
Which type of beverage may be drunk to replace the fluid and minerals which the body uses during physical activity.(hypertonic, hypotonic, isotonic)
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Does AEROBIC respiration require a large or small amount of energy?
Which part of the cell produces ribosomes?
What is the STRUCTURAL carbohydrate found in ANIMALS?
What is another name for anaerobic respiration?
Which is the best form of energy available to our body?
Which kind of polysaccharide can be found in seeds or roots?
What is the ENERGY carbohydrate found in ANIMALS?
What is the name of a solution that has a LOWER salt concentration than in normal cells of the body and the blood.
What is one main function of fats in the body?
What is the term that refers to breathing hard AFTER exercise?
Beaker A has 18% sugar and Beaker B has 18% sugar. The “tonic” relationship of A to B is…
What is the STRUCTURAL carbohydrate found in PLANTS?
What is the ENERGY carbohydrate found in PLANTS?
What kind of a nutrient is fat?
Which part of the cell is the genetic blueprint for all cell processes?
What is process does this show? Glucose --> 2 Carbon Dioxide + 2 Ethanol
What is the worst type of fat?
What is the organic compound commonly known as table sugar?
Which of the following is NOT a carbohydrate: Glucose, fructose, sucrose, cholesterol, cellulose
What do we call it when molecules move through a membrane AGAINST a concentration gradient— moving from a low to a high concentration?
What is a simple sugar used by cells as a source of energy?
What helps seal leaks in the cell membrane?
Beaker A has 18% sugar and Beaker B has 10% sugar. The “tonic” relationship of A to B is…
Does ANAEROBIC respiration require a large or small amount of energy?
What ending do we put on a word to tell you that it is a form of sugar?
What is the name for respiration that requires oxygen
Gram for gram, which give the LEAST energy?
 
What do we call it when molecules move through a membrane from a high concentration to a low concentration?
In glycolysis,which is the breakdown or splitting of glucose (6 carbons) into two 3-carbon molecules. What is the name of the 3-carbon molecules?
What type of solution has the SAME salt concentration as the normal cells of the body and the blood.
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What are two examples of a disaccharide?
Beaker A has 18% sugar and Beaker B has 10% sugar. The “tonic” relationship of B to A is…
Which process is used for glucose to enter the cell?
What are the building blocks of carbohydrate?
Margarine is high in…
Which type of transport moves substances across the cell membrane WITHOUT using chemical energy?
What kind of nutrient is protein?
What is process does this show? Glucose --> Lactic Acid + Energy
What is the most basic “fuel” for the body?
What is the name for respiration that does NOT require oxygen?
What is the name of the process of turning food into energy?
What are the two components of triglycerides?
What is defined by: A complex carbohydrate composed of three or more simple carbohydrate molecules joined together
What term means that small particles are brought into the cell suspended in small vesicles and then fuse with lysosomes to break down the particles?
Gram for gram which gives the MOST energy?
When we breathe hard AFTER exercise what is our body trying to repay?
Which kind of respiration involves the breakdown of food substances in the absence of oxygen with a small amount of energy?
Which is the poorest form of energy available to our body?
What is the name of the respiration that takes place in the mitochondria when oxygen is present?
What is the common name for triglyceride?
What is the name of a solution that has a HIGHER salt concentration than in normal cells of the body and the blood.
What are the building blocks of fats?
Does facilitated diffusion require energy?
Which organelle synthesizes proteins?
What is another name for fermentation?
What is the word used to describe movement of WATER through a membrane from a hypotonic to a hypertonic solution?
Chicken and beef are high in…
Which kind of polysaccharide is found in protective exoskeletons
Glucose --> Lactic Acid + Energy
What is defined by: A class of carbohydrates whose molecules contain chains of monosaccharide molecules

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