Biology's Guide to Fitness!

Biology's Guide to Fitness!
Biology's Guide to Fitness!
Biology's Guide to Fitness!
Biology's Guide to Fitness!
Biology's Guide to Fitness!
Biology's Guide to Fitness!
Biology's Guide to Fitness!
Biology's Guide to Fitness!
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(1 MB|8 pages)
Product Description

The discussion/activity hits on the following basic review points:

-water's atomic structure and bonding

-water has a high heat absorption

-carbohydrate breaks down to glucose

-carbohydrates are found in bread and fruit

-carbohydrate provides quick energy

-enzymes break down the food into monomers, parts of an enzyme and substrate

-proteins break down to amino acids

-amino acids are used to form muscles

-the cell membrane controls what goes in and out

-the cytoplasm's role and the fact that it is made of mostly water and is fluid

-the mitochondria receives food bits in order to make energy in a process called cellular respiration

-a compound light microscope allows you to see cells zoomed in

-ribosomes form proteins used throughout the body including in muscles

-Cell Theory new cells come from old cells

-centrioles help in cell division in animal cells

-muscle cells have extra mitochondria because of high energy demand

-water gets stored in your vacuoles

Connecting Concepts:

-connects digestion and enzymes to macromolecules

-connects enzymes to cells

-gives a big picture of where cells fit in the story of cellular respiration

-shows the cell membrane in its phospholipid form

-introduction into cell division for growth

-introduced the concept of homeostasis in the body


Vocab:

macromolecule

carbohydrate

enzymes

active site

absorb

cell membrane

compound light microscope

fluid

cytoplasm

mitochondria

cellular respiration

proteins 

amino acid

pre-existing

centrioles

high heat absorption

homeostasis

vacuoles

atoms

hydrogen

oxygen

covalent bond

hydrogen bond

Total Pages
8 pages
Answer Key
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Teaching Duration
55 minutes
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