Presentation on theme: "Living things consist of atoms of different elements."— Presentation transcript:
1 KEY CONCEPT All living things are based on atoms and their interactions.
2 Living things consist of atoms of different elements. An atom is the smallest basic unit of matter.An element is one type of atom.Hydrogen atom (H)HOOxygen atom (O)
3 An atom has a nucleus and electrons. The nucleus has protons and neutrons.Electrons are in energy levels outside nucleus.Oxygen atom (O)Nucleus: 8 protons (+) 8 neutronsoutermost energy level: 6 electrons (-)inner energy level: 2 electrons (-)
4 O A compound is made of atoms of different elements bonded together. water (H2O)OH_+
5 A compound is made of atoms of different elements bonded together. water (H2O)carbon dioxide (CO2)
6 A compound is made of atoms of different elements bonded together. water (H2O)carbon dioxide (CO2)many other carbon-based compounds in living things
7 Ions form when atoms gain or lose electrons. An ion is an atom that has gained or lost one or more electrons.positive ionsnegative ionsIonic bonds form between oppositely charged ions.Sodium atom (Na)Chlorine atom (CI)Sodium ion (Na+)Chloride ion (CI-)Na loses an electron to CIionic bondgained electron
8 Atoms share pairs of electrons in covalent bonds. A covalent bond forms when atoms share a pair of electrons.multiple covalent bondsdiatomic moleculescovalent bondsOxygen atom (O)Carbon atom (C)Carbon dioxide (CO2 )
9 2.2 Properties of WaterKEY CONCEPT Water’s unique properties allow life to exist on Earth.
10 Life depends on hydrogen bonds in water. 2.2 Properties of WaterLife depends on hydrogen bonds in water.Water is a polar molecule.Polar molecules have slightly charged regions.OH_+Nonpolar molecules do not have charged regions.Hydrogen bonds form between slightly positive hydrogen atoms and slightly negative atoms.
11 2.2 Properties of WaterHydrogen bonds are responsible for three important properties of water.high specific heatcohesionadhesion
12 Many compounds dissolve in water. 2.2 Properties of WaterMany compounds dissolve in water.A solution is formed when one substance dissolves in another.A solution is a homogeneous mixture.Solvents dissolve other substances.Solutes dissolve in a solvent.solution78 % Nitrogen20% Oxygen1% OtherWhat are the solutes and solvent in the beverage you drink?
13 2.2 Properties of Water “Like dissolves like.” (Universal Solvent) Polar solvents dissolve polar solutes.Nonpolar solvents dissolve nonpolar solutes.Polar substances and nonpolar substances generally remain separate.
14 Some compounds form acids or bases. 2.2 Properties of WaterSome compounds form acids or bases.An acid releases a hydrogen ion when it dissolves in water.high H+ concentrationpH less than 7more acidicstomach acid pH between 1 and 3
15 2.2 Properties of Water A base removes hydrogen ions from a solution. low H+ concentrationpH greater than 7bile pH between 8 and 9more basic
16 2.2 Properties of Water A neutral solution has a pH of 7. pure water pH 7Cells have higher H+ concentrations than blood. Which has a higher pH? Why?
17 2.3 Carbon based Molecules KEY CONCEPT Carbon-based molecules are the foundation of life.
19 Carbon atoms have unique bonding properties. 2.3 Carbon based MoleculesCarbon atoms have unique bonding properties.Carbon forms covalent bonds with up to four other atoms, including other carbon atoms.Carbon-based molecules have three general types of structures.straight chainbranched chainring
20 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Many carbon-based molecules are made of many small subunits bonded together.Monomers are the individual subunits.Polymers are made of many monomers.
21 Four main types of carbon-based molecules are found in living things. A phosphate groupnitrogen-containing molecule, called a basedeoxyribose (sugar)Nucleic Acids
22 Four main types of carbon-based molecules are found in living things. Carbohydrates are made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in a 1:2:1 ratio.
23 Four main types of carbon-based molecules are found in living things. Carbohydrates are made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.Carbohydrates include sugars and starches.Monosaccharides are simple sugars.Polysaccharides include starches, cellulose, and glycogen.
24 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Carbohydrates can be broken down to provide energy for cells.Some carbohydrates are part of cell structure.Polymer (starch - storage)Starch is a polymer of glucose monomers that often has a branched structure.Polymer (cellulose – cell structure)Cellulose is a polymer of glucose monomers that has a straight, rigid structuremonomer
25 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Lipids are nonpolar molecules that include fats, oils, and cholesterol. Consist of Carbon, Hydrogen & OxygenMany contain carbon chains called fatty acids.Fats and oils contain fatty acids bonded to glycerol.Triglyceride
26 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Lipids have several different functions.broken down as a source of energy & insulationmake up cell membranesused to make hormones
27 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Fats and oils have different types of fatty acids.saturated fatty acidsunsaturated fatty acids
28 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Phospholipids make up all cell membranes.Polar phosphate “head”Nonpolar fatty acid “tails”Phospholipid
29 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Proteins are polymers of amino acid monomersCarbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen & NitrogenTwenty different amino acids are used to build proteins in organisms.
30 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Proteins are polymers of amino acid monomers.Twenty different amino acids are used to build proteins in organisms.Amino acids differ in side groups, or R groups.Amino acids are linked by peptide bonds.
31 2.3 Carbon based Molecules Proteins differ in the number and order of amino acids.Amino acids interact to give a protein its shape.hydrogen bondHemoglobinIncorrect amino acids change a protein’s structure and function.
32 2.4 Chemical ReactionsNucleic acids are polymers of monomers called nucleotides.
33 2.5 Enzymes Nucleic acids are polymers of monomers called nucleotides. Nucleotides are made of a sugar, phosphate group, and a nitrogen base.A phosphate groupnitrogen-containing molecule, called a basedeoxyribose (sugar)
34 2.5 Enzymes Nucleic acids are polymers of monomers called nucleotides. Nucleotides are made of a sugar, phosphate group, and a nitrogen base.DNA stores genetic information.DNARNA builds proteins.RNA
35 2.4 Chemical ReactionsKEY CONCEPT Life depends on chemical reactions.
36 Bonds break and form during chemical reactions. Chemical reactions change substances into different ones by breaking and forming chemical bonds.Reactants are changed during a chemical reaction.Products are made by a chemical reaction.CO2 + H2O H2CO3
37 CO2 + H2O H2CO3 2.4 Chemical Reactions Bond energy is the amount of energy that breaks a bond.Energy is added to break bonds.Energy is released when bonds form.A reaction is at equilibrium when reactants and products form at the same rate.CO2 + H2O H2CO3
38 Chemical reactions release or absorb energy. Activation energy is the amount of energy that needs to be absorbed to start a chemical reaction.
39 2.4 Chemical ReactionsExothermic reactions release more energy than they absorb.Reactants have higher bond energies than products.Excess energy is released by the reaction.
40 2.4 Chemical ReactionsEndothermic reactions absorb more energy than they release.Reactants have lower bond energies than products.Energy is absorbed by the reaction to make up the difference.
41 2.5 EnzymesKEY CONCEPT Enzymes are catalysts for chemical reactions in living things.
42 A catalyst lowers activation energy. 2.5 EnzymesA catalyst lowers activation energy.Catalysts are substances that speed up chemical reactions.decrease activation energyincrease reaction rate
43 2.5 EnzymesEnzymes allow chemical reactions to occur under tightly controlled conditions.Enzymes are catalysts in living things.Enzymes are needed for almost all processes.Most enzymes are proteins.
44 2.5 EnzymesDisruptions in homeostasis can prevent enzymes from functioning.Enzymes function best in a small range of conditions.Changes in temperature and pH can break hydrogen bonds.An enzyme’s function depends on its structure.
45 2.5 EnzymesAn enzyme’s structure allows only certain reactants to bind to the enzyme.substratesactive sitesubstrates (reactants)enzymeSubstrates bind to an enzyme at certain places called active sites.
46 2.5 EnzymesThe lock-and-key model helps illustrate how enzymes function.substrates brought togetherbonds in substrates weakenedSubstrates bind to an enzyme at certain places called active sites.The enzyme brings substrates together and weakens their bonds.The catalyzed reaction forms a product that is released from the enzyme.