Ppt on energy giving food images

ENERGY.

giving up heat. air absorbing heat. table absorbing heat People in many places in California produce their electricity from wind energy./image of the baby to be produced on a computer ----------- How do microwaves cook food? by using electromagnetic waves and the process of radiation by using forced hot air currents through the process of convection by using the movement of charged particles through the process of induction by using direct contact of moving particles through the process of conduction Energy/


Chakras.

do you rarely gossip? Yes  No   Are you a loving and giving person with little thought of receiving back and are you free of /This chakra is about desire, passion, duality polarities, movement, change, and creativity. The energy of this chakra involves others. When it is well balanced and open, life is colourful/ of yoga poses with forward bends. Eye exercises. Herbal oil treatment (see above image). Healing Foods: Purple colored fruits (grapes, blueberries) Chocolate Lavender flavored spices or tea Ajna (/


Daily Jumpstart Give examples of nutrients. Why are nutrients essential for living organisms?

of Ecosystem BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES 3-3 http://www.animationlibrary.com/search/?keywords=recycle Energy is not the only thing that moves through the ecosystem. Atoms are /into soil and water Image from: Pearson Education Inc; Publishing as Pearson Prentice Hall Producers absorb phosphate from soil and water Phosphate moves through food web Phosphate returns to/ you know most about. Write your answer on your paper. I will give you focus questions to discuss with students from your corner. Questions What does/


Biology 2201 Unit 1 Matter and Energy 1Unit 1 Matter and Energy.

achieve magnifications as high as 500x with little distortion Van Leeuwenhoek’s microscope Microscopes Unit 1 Matter and Energy20 Microscope Imaging of Today Compound light microscopes – Max. magnification of about 2000X – Can see most but not all cells, and/plant cells. The chlorophyll absorbs light energy and give leaves their green colour. – Light energy is used to transform carbon dioxide and water into energy-rich food. CO 2 + H 2 O C 6 H 12 O 6 + O 2 Energy Transformations con’t 2. Aerobic Cellular/


NEXT Doctors examining an image of the blood vessels in a patient’s brain. Unresolved Problems of the Modern World Issues facing the world community include.

preserves environment Image NEXT A Growing Appetite for Energy Energy Use and its Challenges 80% earth’s energy supply nonrenewable; developed countries use most Use of nonrenewable energy has many/ has put great pressure on the earth’s resources, including the food supply. NEXT Causes of World Hunger The Role of Nature Overpopulation—/after WW II, had underdeveloped economies, weak political traditions World Bank gives loans for large-scale development projects International Monetary Fund—emergency loans in /


Energy: What is it? Forms and States Catherine Walker American Public University.

needed to pump Blood around your body. Food contains nutrients which Produce energy and help to Grow and repair the body. We are always using energy You use energy when you: Hit a baseball Ride a bike Compress a spring Lift your backpack How have you used energy today? Energy is used for… Can you give an example of how energy is used for residential and commercial, industrial/


Energy is the ability to do work. not Which of these is not a form of energy? electrical light heat friction.

image of the baby to be produced on a computer ----------- How do microwaves cook food? by using electromagnetic waves and the process of radiation by using forced hot air currents through the process of convection by using the movement of charged particles through the process of induction by using direct contact of moving particles through the process of conduction Energy/ it melts. This change in state is caused by the ice cream giving up heat. air absorbing heat. ice cream absorbing heat. table absorbing /


Splash Contents Chapter Introduction Organisms and Energy 2.1Characteristics of Organisms 2.2Energy and Nutrients 2.3Energy and Ecosystems Energy Flow.

Energy and Entropy (cont.) Energy Flow 2.5 Energy and Entropy 4 Energy flow in an ecosystem Click the image to view an animated version. End of Section 2 2.6 Enzymes and Energy 1 To release chemical energy/gives up one phosphate group. 2.8 Energy Transfer and ATP (cont.) Metabolism and Energy Transfer ADP must combine with one phosphate group, requiring free energy from the breakdown of organic compounds to form ATP. 2.8 Energy Transfer and ATP 6 ATP is the principal energy/intestine. As food enters the /


Mr. Ramos.  Objectives ◦ Identify types and sources of nutrients. ◦ Describe how to use the Dietary Guidelines. ◦ Discuss how to use the Food Guide Pyramid.

a combination of healthful eating and regular physical activity.  Metabolism is the process by which the body converts food to energy.  Physical activity increases your metabolism.  What to do if you are overweight ◦ Eat smaller portions ◦ Eat/give you extra calories.  Fad diets promise quick results but usually do not work.  Fad diets often lead to more weight gain.  Remember that healthful weight loss or gain takes time, involves eating right, and exercising.  Objectives: ◦ Discuss what body image/


Factors Affecting Food Choice 8 March 2016. Hello and welcome Housekeeping Quick starter activity Factors affecting food choice Other sources of information.

suitable savoury dish. Remember to consider the time of day! Food preferences Not everyone likes the same food. The taste, odour, appearance, shape and colour of food can affect people in different ways. Student activity: Give each student an image of an ingredient or food and ask them if they like or dislike the ingredient or food Ask them to explain what it is that they particularly/


Standard 7. Explain the importance of choosing nutritious foods. Identify good food sources of various nutrients and describe how your body uses them.

weight gain. Describe two common eating disorders. The body needs energy to support metabolic and physical activity Energy is obtained from the foods you eat continued © Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock Food energy is measured in units called calories calories Calorie needs are based / A person’s calorie needs are based on which four factors?  age, sex, body size, level of physical activity Give an example of a bodily function that is part of the body’s basal metabolism.  Answers vary and may include:/


Sunday, June 26, 2016 Modeling Future Prospects for Food & Fuel: Biofuels and Global Agricultural Growth Siwa Msangi Environment and Production Technology.

Energy Demand (Asia) Source: Own Projections INTERNATIONAL FOOD POLICY RESEARCH INSTITUTE Page 18 Scenario Development Based on data of production capacity (and projected growth in capacity) Main “drivers” are that of country-level GDP and population -- which determine overall level of transportation energy demand Policy-driven blending requirements give/EcoOcean IMAGE (land) IMAGE (energy) IMAGE (climate) Electricity Female secondary education Food production Ecosystem bio-diversity INTERNATIONAL FOOD /


Cellular Respiration Cellular Respiration All organisms need energy.

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The Energy Journey: Part 3 Be Energy Wise How to use electricity sensibly.

gives us the amount of energy used in kilowatt- hours or kWh One kWh is the energy used when one kilowatt of power is used for one hour Power vs. Energy Saving energy/energy. Hot food is put in the fridge or freezer. More energy will have to be used to cool the food down. Boiling a full kettle of water to make one cup of tea. Energy/will melt Image by: Thomas Picard, PocketAces Image by: Hafsah Al-Azem Droughts We are already seeing more droughts in many countries. Negative effects of climate change Image by:/


Chapter 2 Principles of Ecology

Food chains and food webs model the energy flow through an ecosystem. Chapter 2 Principles of Ecology 2.2 Flow of Energy in an Ecosystem Models of Energy Flow Food chains and food webs model the energy flow through an ecosystem. Each step in a food chain or food/Questions Standardized Test Practice biologygmh.com Glencoe Biology Transparencies Image Bank Vocabulary Animation Click on a hyperlink to / to compare and contrast biotic and abiotic factors. Give examples of each. Answer: Biotic factors include the/


PART I AGRICULTURE, FOOD SECURITY AND ECOSYSTEMS: CURRENT AND FUTURE CHALLENGES.

depends on, are facing and will face in the next decades. Structure We give brief introductions to the multiple challenges and illustrate them through information that has been/need to plan carefully, assessing the long term risks or benefits of choosing between food and energy production. Fruit of Jatropha curcas, a biofuel source. Photo: A. Lubari./ package or through their respective websites, by clicking on references, hyperlinks or images. In the case of material for which we cannot include the full text/


GCSE Food Technology General Revision

A system is divided into three parts IMPUT, PROCESS, OUTPUT Input process output This is the information, materials, foods, equipment, energy and other resources you need to carry out a task This is what’s done with all the inputs during/in the food preparation area where food is most likely to be contaminated by bacteria. High risk foods - Those most likely to encourage bacterial growth. e.g. cooked meat, cooked poultry, fish, dairy foods. Image/Mood board - A display of pictures and drawings to give ideas /


C1 Revision. Food additives. Make food look and taste better, and last longer. Anti-oxidants stop the food from reacting with oxygen. Emulsifiers help.

, alcohol…) RESPIRATION What’s the equation? GLUCOSE PLUS OXYGEN GIVES CARBON DIOXIDE PLUS WATER PLUS ENERGY Can you remember it? Try saying it to yourself! Glucose + oxygen  carbon dioxide + water + (energy) FATIGUE When we do hard exercise, we respire ANAEROBICALLY and/for perfection, low self-esteem and poor self image can lead to a poor diet and increased risks of poor health. DIGESTION Chemical digestion is the break down of large insoluble food molecules into smaller more soluble ones by enzymes /


Ocean Currents & Climate

Image Background Image http://www.futura-sciences.com/img/willy.jpg Global Ocean Currents Observe the Image of the major global currents. Background Image http://www.futura-sciences.com/img/willy.jpg Radiant Energy The sun, the source of all energy on Earth, gives off radiant energy/ shore. These currents are important to aquatic food chains because they carry nutrients and small organisms back and forth between the bays and the offshore waters. Background Image http://www.futura-sciences.com/img/willy.jpg/


Médecins Sans Frontières / Doctors Without Borders (MSF) UK

for an individual to stay active and healthy: It should provide adequate energy and protein. It should provide micronutrients (vitamins and minerals) in sufficient / food security; often more so than climate, soil or geographical factors? Explain why drylands can be food insecure, but also can be food secure and give/damian-carringtonblog/2011/aug/31/food-security-prices-conflict# ) Teacher resource slides: Protracted crises and food insecurity State Fragility Index 2011 Image: http://www.systemicpeace.org//


Warm-up List your 5 favorite foods Write why each food is your favorite.

– most likely not getting all of the nutrients your body needs! Stimulants Ex) ephedra, caffeine Reduce appetite and give a feeling of energy Bad side effects – nervousness, dizziness, headache, increased blood pressure, heart attacks, and seizures Fasting Not eating Weight/ May include Never eating enough Dieting excessively Eating only certain types of foods Eating too much Not responding to natural feelings of fullness or hunger Body image How you see and feel about your appearance and how comfortable you/


How Ecosystems Work Chapter 5. Energy flow in the Ecosystem Life depends on the sun in a process called photosynthesis Life depends on the sun in a process.

Food Chains Show Available Energy http://sps.k12.ar.us/massengale/biology Trophic Levels Energy Pyramid Amount of available energy decreases for higher consumers Amount of available energy decreases for higher consumers Amount of available energy decreases down the food chain Amount of available energy decreases down the food/CO 2 Carbon Cycle www.windows.ucar.edu/.../images/carboncycle.jpg Nitrogen Cycle Although the atmosphere /each stage and give a rationale for it Describe each stage and give a rationale /


Weight Management. Bellringer What are your favorite foods and why are they your favorite?

– most likely not getting all of the nutrients your body needs! Stimulants Ex) Ephedra, caffeine Reduce appetite and give a feeling of energy Bad side effects – nervousness, dizziness, headache, increased blood pressure, heart attacks, and seizures Fasting Not eating Weight/ May include Never eating enough Dieting excessively Eating only certain types of foods Eating too much Not responding to natural feelings of fullness or hunger Body image How you see and feel about your appearance and how comfortable you/


Www.spaladytotherescue.com Nutrition 101 Are your food choices making the grade?

7 25 07 www.spaladytotherescue.com Body Image Body Image is the way you feel about and perceive your body Body Image is the way you feel about and /gives us twice as many calories per gram as carbohydrates and protein Quality v. Quantity Quality v. Quantity 7 25 07 www.spaladytotherescue.com Serving Size Not a portion, which is the amount of food/the six essential nutrients One of the six essential nutrients Source of energy for the body Source of energy for the body Similar to gas for the car, our body /


NUTRITION. Why Eat Food? Every cell must have energy to survive. That energy comes from the food we eat. The quality of the molecules in the food will.

need food for energy, growth, repair and reproduction. The nutrients found in food give us the energy and building materials for the body. We need food for energy, growth, repair and reproduction. The nutrients found in food give us the energy /& Bulimia Both are medical/psychological disorders centered around eating patterns and body image. Both are medical/psychological disorders centered around eating patterns and body image. More common in adolescent females than males. More common in adolescent females /


Nutrition & Wellness. Vocabulary  Nutrition: the process by which the body takes in and uses food  Calories: units of heat that measure the energy used.

energy  Skipping this meal may cause you to overeat later in the day  Good snacks- whole-grain products, fruits, and vegetables  When you go out to eat watch the portion sizes  Most restaurants give you meals much larger than the recommended serving sizes Vocabulary  Food additives: substances intentionally added to food to produce a desired effect  Food/obsession with exercise, emotional problems, an unnatural interest in food, distorted body image, & denial of an eating problem  Health Consequences /


Weight Management. Food for Thought… What are your favorite foods? What makes those foods your favorite?

– most likely not getting all of the nutrients your body needs! Stimulants Ex) Ephedra, Caffeine Reduce appetite and give a feeling of energy Bad side effects – nervousness, dizziness, headache, increased blood pressure, heart attacks, and seizures Fasting Ex: Not Eating/ May include Never eating enough Dieting excessively Eating only certain types of foods Eating too much Not responding to natural feelings of fullness or hunger Body image How you see and feel about your appearance and how comfortable you /


A HEALTHY BODY, A HEALTHY WEIGHT CHAPTER 6. WHAT IS BODY IMAGE? LESSON 1 Body image is the way you see and imagine your body. Your body image is important.

different factors Three factors are low self-esteem, emotional problems, and poor body image Eating disorders are dangerous to a person’s physical and emotional health Some effects are/high cholesterol levels, high blood pressure, diabetes, heart disease, stroke and cancer Giving and Getting Health Tell a trusted adult Talk to a school nurse, school /uses the food you eat for energy and you use some of this energy to keep your body systems working If you eat more food then your body is using for energy, it /


Dr Agnieszka Adamczewska L6 – Cellular respiration Summer School 2015 Images from Wikimedia Commons.

5.Explain what oxidation reduction reactions are and the special role of the coenzyme NAD + /NADH Major Concepts 6.Give the names of, and recognise the equations for, the overall reactions of, the two major parts of the cellular /is released, and where O 2 is consumed. Macromolecules store energy Energy is stored in carbon-carbon bonds e.g. glycogen or starch, fats and oils Get energy out of food through catabolic reactions Image from Campbell Biology 8e Australian Version © Pearson Education Inc./


 Unit 4: Sensation and Perception Energy Senses, Chemical Senses, Body Position Senses, Perception, Thresholds, Perceptual Theories, Principles of Visual.

we absorb.  The more chemicals absorbed, the more intense the food tastes.  The flavor of food is actually a combination of taste and smell. How do our Chemical/image contains gaps that the mind needs to fill in. What are the principles of Visual Perception? Summary  How do the Gestalt Rules of visual perception apply to people? Give/of Visual Perception? Unit Exam!  You will have an exam on the following:  Energy senses: sight, hearing and touch  Chemical senses: taste and smell  Body position /


Chapter Menu Chapter Introduction Lesson 1Lesson 1Nutrition MedicalRF.com/Getty Images.

the amount of energy it takes to raise the temperature of 1 kg of water by 1°C.Calorie All foods give your body energy to use. The amount of energy in food is measured in Calories. Why do you eat? Lesson 1 The amount of energy a person /other substances in food. Healthy Eating (cont.) Lesson 1 People eat food to obtain the energy their bodies need to function. Proteins are one of the six groups of nutrients. Evaluating food labels can help you eat a balanced diet. Dorling Kindersley/Getty Images Lesson 1 A/


Click on a lesson name to select. Chapter 2 Principles of Ecology Section 1: Organisms and Their Relationships Section 2: Flow of Energy in an Ecosystem.

C. They get energy from inorganic substances to make food. D. They use chlorophyll to capture energy from the sun. How do detritivores obtain their energy in an ecosystem/? Use the diagram to compare and contrast biotic and abiotic factors. Give examples of each. Principles of Ecology Chapter 2 Chapter Assessment Questions CAQ/ nutrients. Principles of Ecology Chapter 2 Chapter Assessment Questions CAQ 2 Use the image below to explain how decomposers supply phosphorus to soil, groundwater, oceans, lakes,/


Go to Section: Trapping Energy Have you ever used a solar-powered calculator? No matter where you go, as long as you have a light source, the calculator.

light energy from the sun to make food. Into what kind of energy is the light energy converted by plants? Plants convert light energy into chemical energy. Section/ ______________ orbit nucleus in ENERGY LEVELS PROTONS (+) NEUTRONS ELECTRONS ( - ) Atoms differ in numbers of protons, neutrons, & electrons Image from: http://www.uic/ the PROFICIENT level: describe and give examples of chemical reactions required to sustain life (…role of enzymes) describe and give examples of chemical reactions required to/


Warm-Up What were you most surprised by when looking at the fast food nutritional facts and watching SuperSize Me?

in NOT healthy Eating Before Competition Eating 3-4 hours before competition allows the stomach to empty yet gives an athlete the necessary energy and keeps him or her free from hunger pangs while competing Choose a meal that’s high in /Media images –Friends –Family Often died to perception of weight –Remember, your own healthy weight probably won’t be the same as a fashion model, body builder or your best friend Weight-Calorie Connection Calories are used to measure energyEnergy in food and energy you/


Lecture 2 - 2002 Physiology Psychology Energy Weight Gain.

the child she ears. Binding-in to her unknown baby. Learning to give of herself. Lederman, RP. Psychosocial Adaptation in Pregnancy, 2nd Ed. 1996//metabolic cart) –TEE (total energy expenditure/doubly labeled water) –AEE (activity energy expenditure/difference between TEE and RMR) –EI (energy intake/3 day food records) –Body composition - densitometry/ levels may stimulate appetite, delay mobilization of fat stores Body image appears to be tempered by breastfeeding and maintaining a healthier lifestyle/


Unit Three Nutrition & Physical Activity. Importance of Nutrition  Nutrition- The process by which your body takes in and uses food.  Nutrients- substances.

average weight and height and exercise 30-60 minutes/day MyPyramid and MyPlate  1992 – Food Pyramid  Graphical image of the USDA’s guidelines  Confusing serving size  MyPlate gives visual idea of the 2010 dietary guidelines  Proportions  Split into multiple sections  Half / If you consume more than your body needs, you GAIN weight. The Energy Balance  Metabolism- the process by which the body breaks down substances and gets energy from food.  Review- 3500 Calories=1 pound of fat.  To lose one /


Unit Three Nutrition & Physical Activity. Importance of Nutrition  Nutrition- The process by which your body takes in and uses food.  Nutrients- substances.

Beans  Nuts/seeds  Vegetarian  Beans  Whole grains  Soy products Carbohydrates (4 kcals/gram)  Plant based foods  Sugars  Starches  Breads  Potatoes  Fiber  Source of energy  Used immediately  Stored  Better Choices  Whole grains  Breads  Pasta  Beans  Fiber rich vegetables /exercise 30-60 minutes/day MyPyramid and MyPlate  1992 – Food Pyramid  Graphical image of the USDA’s guidelines  Confusing serving size  MyPlate gives visual idea of the 2010 dietary guidelines  Proportions  /


Click on a lesson name to select. Chapter 8 Cellular Energy Section 1: How Organisms Obtain Energy Section 2: Photosynthesis Section 3: Cellular Respiration.

law of thermodynamics B. the second law of thermodynamics Cellular Energy 8.1 Formative Questions Chapter 8 True or False 12. All of the energy from the food you eat comes from the sun. Cellular Energy 8.1 Formative Questions Chapter 8 8.2 Vocabulary 13. What is the name of the pigment that gives a plant its green color? chlorophyll 14. What does a/


Unit 3: Nutrition & Physical Activity Healthy Food Guidelines Managing Your Weight Eating Disorders Physical Activities Fitness Injuries and Safety.

Give reasons why it is beneficial for teens and children to start their day with breakfast NUTRITION LABELS (chpt. 10/L.4)  Food labels provide information about ingredients and the nutrient value of each food/ your body breaks down a substance and gets energy from food CCCCalories: UUUUnits to measure the energy found in food HHHHow many calories should I/ little time and we use them because we do not have a positive body image and we want a quick, easy weight loss.  **Weight cycling: repeated /


GCSE Food Technology General Revision. The Balance of Good Health is a pictorial representation of the recommended balance of foods in the diet. It applies.

the eyes healthy and strengthen the immune system. Dark green leafy vegetables, carrots, liver BHelps to release the energy from the food we eat.Bread, milk, cereals, fish, meat CHelp with skin healing and healthy skin. Help with the absorption/the food preparation area where food is most likely to be contaminated by bacteria. High risk foods - Those most likely to encourage bacterial growth. e.g. cooked meat, cooked poultry, fish, dairy foods. Image/Mood board - A display of pictures and drawings to give /


Chapter 2 Principles of Ecology

Chapter Assessment Questions Standardized Test Practice biologygmh.com Glencoe Biology Transparencies Image Bank Vocabulary Animation Click on a hyperlink to view the corresponding feature./2 Principles of Ecology Chapter Diagnostic Questions Identify how energy flows through an ecosystem in a typical food chain. from an autotroph to a heterotroph from / Questions Use the diagram to compare and contrast biotic and abiotic factors. Give examples of each. CAQ 1 Answer: Biotic factors include the living factors/


By: Janna Dettmer Chicago–Kent College of Law Energy Law Fall 2009.

limestone bedrock remained, creating a natural filter for groundwater to flow through. The mineral content gives Zephyrhills ® its natural purity and distinctive taste. Image/Source: http://www.nestle- watersna.com/Menu/OurBrands/Zephyrhills.htm Bottled Water, a Safer / Energy: between.0001 and 0.02 MJ (th) 1 -1 Source: PH Gleick and HS Cooley, Energy implications of bottled water, Environ. Res. Lett. 4, 3-4 (2009). Image: http://halmapr.com/news/aquionics/beverage-bottled-water-and-food-processing/ Energy/


1.3.1 Function of Food Why do we need food?.

molecules Learning check What are the six different food components? Water Proteins Lipids Carbohydrates Vitamins Minerals A/ Monosaccharides Disaccharides Polysaccharides Monosaccharides Photo Credit fruit image by Edvin selimovic from Fotolia.com These are/energy is released. This is catabolism. Energy is released. Learning check Explain Anabolism Energy absorbed. Small  large molecules Give an example of an anabolic reaction Photosynthesis Explain Catabolism Energy released. Large  small molecules Give/


This image is a visualization of the Earth with lines of latitude and longitude shown. How are lines of latitude and longitude drawn on a globe of Earth?

of energy? Coal Oil Natural gas Nuclear power Geothermal power What factor of the physical environment is most likely to lead people in the Sahel (see image) /of the following organizations uses this as their logo? United Nations World Food Program World Trade Organization Greenpeace European Union Which country has the highest child/ hidden in an urban area Which of the following countries is famous for giving large agricultural subsidies to its farmers? Guatemala Australia Tanzania Unites States of America/


Food Shortages Julianna Brunini Natalia Paine Danny Wilson.

energy- environment Farmer selection increases maize ear size Norman Borlaug won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work on high- yield and dwarf cultivars Contemporary concern: maintaining food security as the climate changes Climatic factors that affect the food supply include precipitation, temperature and concentration of atmospheric gases Heat Waves Images/ between 1981 and 2008 USDA Yield Data gives maize yield from 19 states 534 Weather Stations give daily minimum and maximum temperatures Butler and /


Description of the enzymatic browning in avocado slice using GLCM image texture Stefany Cárdenas, Roberto Quevedo*, Emir Valencia and José Miguel Bastías.

cnico Nacional, México D. F. * rquevedo@ulagos.cl Browning of raw fruits is a major problem in the food industry and is believed to be one of the main causes of quality loss during post-harvest handling and processing. When /image textures can describe the reaction without using the average color data on images. The rate derived from the mean L* intensity color was similar to that derived from the energy texture; but in general, excepted the energy texture index, rates generated using the image textures give/


By GC  Defined : the emission of light as a result of a chemical reaction during which chemical energy is converted into light energy  From a living.

as the firefly, but different luciferase structures  Bioluminescence releases a large amount of energy, not heat  Visible light radiation is equal to light wavelengths of 400-/ in nature due to the darkness 200m underwater  Location on body of bioluminescence gives clues to the functional role of the luminescence  Attracting a mate  Eg./Beetle http://www.asknature.org/media/image/6970  Beecher, C. (2012, May 7). Breakthrough Offers Promise of Improved GMO Testing. In Food Safety News. Retrieved May 9/


Heat and Temperature A thermal infrared image of a ball before (left) and after (right) being bounced.

them out of the oven as they have a low specific heat capacity and therefore don’t hold much thermal energy but water filled foods like pie filling you can burn your mouth on as the high temperature food will hold a lot of energy. A hot water bottle contains boiling water that cools gradually during the night releasing a large amount of thermal/


Chapter 7-4 Cell Structure and Function

“Powerplant of cell” Burns glucose to release energy Images from: http://vilenski.org/science/safari/cellstructure/mito.html http://www.estrellamountain./the organism Digestive enzymes food molecules & unwanted cells/cell parts; APOPTOSIS FLAGELLA & CILIA Made of PROTEINS called MICROTUBULES (9 + 2 arrangement) Image from: http://www.stchs/predict how homeostasis is maintained within living systems; PROFICIENT level: describe and give examples of chemical reactions required to sustain life (…role of enzymes) describe/


Biology EOC Review Pack

enters & leaves cell Club bouncer; airport security Cell Wall Gives plant, bacterial, & fungi cells structure Walls of a house/c7.20.8.electrophoresis.jpg 88) a. What is this image? A DNA fingerprint b. How was it prepared? gel /food, shelter, reproduction and/or protection linear diagram showing feeding relationship 140) What is a food chain? linear diagram showing feeding relationship Draw a food chain including the following organisms: heron, minnow, plankton Plankton  minnow  heron 141) How much energy/


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