Chemistry of life!
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Cohension- water is attracted to water.
Polarity- water has a simple molecular structure. It is composed of 1 oxygen atom and 2 hydrogen atoms.
Heat Storage- This is the ability to control temperatures enables cells to maintain a constant internal temperature when the external temperature changes drastically.
Ph scale- The Ph scale measures the concentration of hydrogen ions in solutions on a scale between 0-14.
Cohesion & Adhesion
I put this picture to shoe in cohesion water sticks with water and in adhesion water sticks with other objects.
This shoes what the PH scale looks like and how it is ranked.
This shows how heat is stored.
Your body uses carbohydrates to make glucose which is the fuel that gives you energy and helps keep everything going.
Examples: Fruits, vegetables, breads, milk, cereal, and other grains
This shows the symbol for carbohydrates
This explains what simple carbohydrates and and what some examples are.
Grain in a main carbohydrate
Examples: Proteins and nucleic acids.
This shows the molecular structure of the protein.
These items give you protein.
This is a chart of the types of proteins and how they function wit some examples.
Lipids are a group of naturally molecules that include fats, waxes, sterols, fat-soluble vitamins such as A, D, E, K.
This is the structure of a lipid.
These are an example of lipids, lipids are fattening food objects.
How it looks
This is what a lipid would look like if it was put under a microscope.
These are the structure for RNA and DNA.
Oranges are high in nucleic acids.
This is the nucleotide structure that we learned and worked with in class.