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51) Ocul - eye
Vessel Ex: vascular tissue 52)Vas-
To shape or mold Ex: Plastic, plasticity, plastic surgery 53) plasticus-
4 54 ) gen-, -gen “to bring to life; to create” genesis, generator, generation, genetics, gene, antigen, mutagen, carcinogen
6 56)-scope “instrument or tool” microscope, telescope, stethoscope, periscope, colonoscopy
7 57)micro- “very small” microbe, microscope, microbiology, microtubule
8 58)lact-, lacto- “milk” lactose (intolerant), lactate, lactobacillus, lactase
9 59)carbo- “containing carbon” carbon dioxide, carbohydrate, carbonize, carbonic (acid)
10 60)oxy- “containing oxygen, O” carbon dioxide (CO 2 ), oxygenate, deoxygenate
ABC Review Book Shannyn Plamondon Period 6 6/14/2011 Shannyn Plamondon Period 6 6/14/2011.
Does milk make you sick? Why?. Which type of milk product(s) has the sugars lactose. Why do you think this? A = whole milk B = low fat milk C = Lactid.
Good Microbes Fermentation Process. Goal of Metabolism Utilize food (sugars) in order to store energy in the form of ATP. Differences between prokaryotes.
Using microorganisms in food production
The Chemistry of Life DP Bio Ms Wilson 9/ Chemical elements and water 4 elements most commonly found in living things (as we know them!) – Carbon.
CIRCULATORY SYSTEM YEAR 10 SPORT SCIENCE. CIRCULATORY SYSTEM The circulatory system is made up of: Heart Blood Blood vessels.
Aim: How are living things similar, chemically? DO NOW: 1.What kind of chemical molecules can we find in our bodies? 2.What does your diet consist of?
Biology Today is Friday Sept 4, 2015 Drill: What foods do you eat that contain lipids? Outcome: Compare the structure and function of all 4 macromolecules.
1. Plants are autotrophs- using chlorophyll for Photosynthesis 6CO 2 + 6H 2 O → C 6 H 12 O 6 + 6O 2 (Carbon dioxide and water makes glucose and oxygen)
Chemical Weathering What is it? How does it happen? What do the effects look like? What is it? How does it happen? What do the effects look like?
These diatoms are single celled algae that use the process of photosynthesis to store chemical energy in sugars. Animals eat photosynthetic organisms.
Proteins Contains elements carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, and nitrogen Proteins: End in -ase.
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History of Biotech Ancient bread baking Wine brewing Cheese making Yogurt fermentation Animal and plant breeding.
Macromolecules. Review Element: made of only one atom Example: C = Carbon Molecule: smallest unit of a substance, 2 or more elements Example: O 2.
Topic 3: The Chemistry of Life 3.6 Enzymes Define enzyme and active site Definition – enzymes are globular proteins that work as catalysts. A catalyst.
Fermentation (anaerobic respiration). Fermentation Breaking down carbohydrates an the Absence of oxygen to gain energy. Used by both unicellular and multicellular.
ENZYMES Who cares?. ENZYMES speed up chemical reactions put chemicals together (synthesis reactions) break chemicals apart (decomposition)
AIM: HOW DOES THE CIRCULATORY SYSTEM TRANSPORT MATERIALS? DO NOW: WHAT ARE THE THREE TYPES OF BLOOD VESSELS AND WHAT MATERIALS DO THEY TRANSPORT ?
List # 3 Review Vocabulary. Calorie amount of heat energy needed to raise the temperature of 1 Kg of water 1 C Did you know… Food calories can be changed.
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