Nutrition and Biochemistry Vocabulary Quiz
one of the three macronutrients that is broken down into glucose and then converted into energy for our body functions.
The organelle that performs cellular respiration in eukaryotes
C. Golgi Apparatus
the mechanical action and use of enzymes to break down food into smaller substances that can be used by the body.
C. Cellular Respiration
D. Protein Synthesis
The chemical reactions autotrophs use to capture the energy from sunlight for storage by converting CO2 into Glucose
a simple sugar that is the main source cells use to create ATP. The building block of carbohydrates.
C. Amino Acid
The molecule that cells use as energy
one of the three macronutrients that is made of a chain of amino acids. Used for growth and repair of tissues in your bod
the building blocks of proteins
A. Amino Acids
D. Nucleic Acids
The building blocks of lipids
A. Fatty acid and Glycerol
B. Amino Acids
one of the three macronutrients that includes oil and fats.
molecules from food that provide calories the body needs for growth, metabolism, and all other body functions.
B. Nitrogenous Bases
C. Amino Acids
The movement of materials from high concentration to low concentration
A barrier that allows some substances to pass through, but not all substances.
A. Semi permeable
C. A shield that stops all substances
biological catalyst made of proteins that speed up the rate of chemical reactions in living things.
C. Endoplasmic Reticulum
metabolic reactions that take place in the cells to convert chemical energy from oxygen and nutrients into adenosine triphosphate (ATP)
A. Cellular Respiration
the material that is acted on (broken down or synthesized) by the enzyme.
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