A and P 1.2

  1. body processes involve
    movement, digestion, metabolism, respiration, pumping of your hear, nervous system sgnals
  2. what is an ion?
    • formed when an atom has
    • lost or gained an electron
  3. what are the common ions in the body
    Ca+2, Na+, K+, H+, OH-, Cl-
  4. what is the ph scale
    7- acidic release H+ and 7+ basic release OH-
  5. what is a carbohydrate
    • Contain carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen in a 1:2:1 ratio
    • Include sugars and starches
    • Act as a source of cellular fuel
    • Classified into 3 groups
    • according to size
  6. what are the three types of carbohydrates
    Monosaccharide, Disaccharide, Polysaccharide
  7. Monosaccharide
    • Simple Sugar
    • Usually used for energy source
    • Examples include glucose, galactose, and fructose
  8. what is a isomer
    • isomers: all have formula
    • of C6H12O6, but
    • in different combinations & orientations
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A and P 1.2
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