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True or false? A food industry food chain can be represented as… sun producer primary consumer secondary consumer 1
True or false? Burning coal and producing CO 2 is part of the nitrogen cycle. 2
True or false? Ammonium compounds contain this group of atoms N H H H H 3
True or false? Intensive farmers use pesticides. 4
True or false? Organic farmers do not use any fertilisers. 5
True or false? Organic fruit and vegetables, we buy, are usually large and of the same quality 6
True or false? FSA stands for Food Standards Agency. 7
True or false? Antioxidants are added to food to stop ingredients like oil and water separating. 8
True or false? Carbohydrates are hydrocarbons. 9
True or false? Animals breakdown plant proteins during digestion, to give amino acids, which they use to make new proteins. 10
True or false? Proteins and glucose are both examples of natural, long chain molecules. 11
True or false? There are three types of diabetes. 12
BiochemistryPhotosynthesisCellular Resp. Carbon CycleEnergy.
4.2 Carbon compounds and cells Life as we know it is carbon based. A carbon atom can form chemical bonds with other carbon atoms in long chains or rings.
Nutrition Health Review Food For Thought Question #1 Foods with little or no nutritional value would be called :
run-off absorption decomposition Cycling of Matter transpiration The water cycle.
. Which of the following is an important source of fiber in our diet? a. chitin b. glycogen c. cellulose d. Phospholipids.
Energy Flow and Nutrient Cycling. Watch the following clip: population-growth-affects-world-food-supplies-and-environment/
The Carbon Cycle. Learning outcomes Describe the cycle of carbon through the ecosystem Describe how humans have affected the carbon cycle.
Plants, photosynthesis and respiration Name _____________________.
Earths 4 Spheres air life water earth/rocks The Water Cycle.
2.5 Function Mrs. Page ESS Assessment Statements: Explain the role of producers, consumers and decomposers in the ecosystem Describe.
End Show 2–3 Carbon Compounds Slide 1 of 37 Copyright Pearson Prentice Hall Macromolecules Four groups of organic compounds found in living things are:
Cellular Respiration. Cues Vocabulary Mitochondria Cellular Respiration ATP Cellular Energy Stage 1 Stage 2 Fermentation Cellular Respiration.
Chemical Energy and ATP. Life depends on energy That energy is stored in chemical bonds of energy storing compounds ATP, NADH, NADPH and FADH2 The chief.
5.02 Relationship of carbon cycle to photosynthesis and respiration.
Energy Pyramids and Carbon Cycle April 23, Ecological Pyramids can be used to show: the total amount of living material in an ecosystem. an organism’s.
C3: Food Matters. Many Chemicals in Living Things are Natural Polymers Carbohydrates: – Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen – Cellulose, Starch, Sugar Proteins:
Energy Flows in Ecosystems AP Env Sci Why Green? Reminder: Photosynthesis “sets the table” for all energy flows that follow: Converts Low Potential.
Carbon Cycle Chapter 5-Section 2: p. 132, also p. 125 & 128.
The key thing to remember is that biochemistry is the chemistry of the living world. Plants, animals, single-celled organisms... They all use the same.
Chapter 3 Test Review. Name the characteristics found in carbohydrates. Carbon Carbon Hydrogen Hydrogen Oxygen Oxygen Ratio is 1 Carbon : 2 Hydrogen :
Chapter 3Food. Why do we need Food? 1.Source of Energy 2.To make chemicals needed for metabolic reactions 3.As the raw materials for growth and repair.
Organisms and the Environment Chapter Four: Physical Science Connections 4.1 Elements and Compounds 4.2 The Compounds of Life 4.3 Physical Variables.
Basic Biochemistry VERY BASIC. Matter Anything that has mass and takes up space. Anything that is not matter is energy.
(Nutrients). Ecosystems need nutrients and energy Nutrients are Organisms transform nutrients Energy flows “Circle of Life” Organisms Environment.
Carbohydrates Properties Controlled by Structure.
Cell Energy Chapter 2, Section 2 Pages (38-41) Plant cells Animals Cells Respiration.
Biochemistry 2-3 CARBON COMPOUNDS. Chemistry of carbon 4 valence electrons (highly bondable!) Carbon can bond with carbon and form long chains
© NTScience.co.uk 2005KS3 Unit 9d – Plants for Food1 Plants for Food.
The animation for multiple choice questions may not work on some computers.
How is water important for living things and ecosystems? A. photosynthesis B. respiration C. digestion D. all of the above.
Carbon Chemistry Nucleic Acids CarbsFatsProteinsOrganic Potpourri FinalFinal JeopardyJeopardy.
Our unit on Ecology continues… Part 2.. The combined portions of the planet in which all life exists, including land, water, air and the atmosphere.
2–3 Carbon Compounds. The Chemistry of Carbon Organic chemistry is the study of all compounds that contain carbon atoms and hydrogen. Carbon atoms have.
CYCLING & RECYCLING OF MATTER 2.1. FYI Life has 5 major requirements Energy, Water, Inorganic Carbon, Oxygen, & Nutrients Oxygen and nutrients are.
Ch. 6 Cellular Respiration 6.16 – Cells use many kinds of organic molecules as fuel for cellular respiration Where do we obtain most of our calories?
Chapter 15 Section 1: Food and energy Key concepts: Why does your body need food? How do the six nutrients needed by the body help carry out essential.
Chemical Compounds in Cells and The Cell in its Environment.
Chemical Compounds in Cells. Review of basic chemistry Element – any substance that cannot be broken down into a simpler substance –Ex – carbon, nitrogen,
Molecules and Compounds. Atoms Molecules Cells.
2.3 Carbon Based Molecules. 1. Monomer: – Small molecule 2. Polymer or macromolecule – Macro=Large – Large molecule – Made of many monomer.
Bell Work Draw a food chain using the following organisms, and label each as a producer, primary consumer, secondary consumer, and tertiary consumer. Rabbit.
Macromolecules. Go to Section: Molecules 1. Molecule: 2 or more atoms chemically bonded together a. The atoms may be the same such as in the O 2 molecule.
Cycles of Matter. Cycles of Matter: Why? Because we have a fixed amount of STUFF (matter) on this planet, and no new stuff is being added from the universe.
Chemical Compounds in Cells Essential Questions: What are elements and compounds? What are the main kinds of organic molecules in living things? How is.
Atom = Smallest unit of matter Element = Substance made up of only one type of atom (Periodic Table) Molecule = bonding between atoms of 1 or more elements.
Copyright © 2010 Delmar, Cengage Learning. ALL RIGHTS RESERVED. Chapter 2 Principles of Ecology.
Organic Compounds. Carbohydrates Carbohydrate Characteristics Carbon chain or ring bonded to O or H atoms - contain 2 atoms of Hydrogen for every atom.
4.1 Chemical Energy and ATP KEY CONCEPT All cells need chemical energy.
Topic 6 - Plants and fertilisers. How are sugars made? How are sugars made? What are the properties of sugars? What are the properties of sugars? What.
TEKS 7.6C: Recognize how large molecules are broken down into smaller molecules such as carbohydrates can be broken down into sugars. Why do you need food?
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