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Geneseo Midterm Biology Review #2 - Organic/Inorganic
Terms in this set (12)
water, carbon dioxide, oxygen, nitrogen (for example) - do NOT contain both carbon and hydrogen
carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, nucleic acids, acids and bases (for example) - contain BOTH carbon and hydrogen
sugars and starches; (example glucose); provides energy, stores energy in plants
fats and oils; building blocks are fatty acids; make up cell membrane
complex compounds made from amino acids that carry out all the body's activities. Include enzymes, membrane proteins, antibodies, neurotransmitters and hormones.
DNA and RNA. Made up of nucleotides with nitrogen bases. Found in genes and chromosomes.
pH of 0.0 - 6.9 as measured by the pH scale
pH of 7.1 - 14.0 as measured by the pH scale
pH of 7.0 as measured by the pH scale
most common substance in all living things; needed for chemical reactions, dissolves molecules into solution, allows them to be transported
USES OXYGEN to release energy; used by most organisms
releases energy WITHOUT using OXYGEN; fermentation in bacteria and yeast, for example
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