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Metabolism (pg 12)• Sugars: major fuel used for making ATP incells. Excess is stored as glycogen or fat
Metabolism (pg 12)• Sugars: major fuel used for making ATP incells. Excess is stored as glycogen or fat• Fats: used to mak...
Metabolism (pg 12)• Sugars: major fuel used for making ATP incells. Excess is stored as glycogen or fat• Fats: used to mak...
Absorption of Nutrients (pg 12)• Passive Transport: Does not require energy.Substances move from high concentration tolow ...
Absorption of Nutrients (pg 12)• Passive Transport: Does not require energy.Substances move from high concentration tolow ...
Absorption of Nutrients (pg 12)• Passive Transport: Does not require energy.Substances move from high concentration tolow ...
Absorption of Nutrients (pg 12)• Passive Transport: Does not require energy.Substances move from high concentration tolow ...
Output (pg 13)Paste in Diagram: absorption of nutrientsColor code the Arrows• Active transport: Purple• Facilitated diffus...
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  1. 1. Metabolism (pg 12)• Sugars: major fuel used for making ATP incells. Excess is stored as glycogen or fat
  2. 2. Metabolism (pg 12)• Sugars: major fuel used for making ATP incells. Excess is stored as glycogen or fat• Fats: used to make ATP, build myelin sheathsand cell membranes, insulate and cushionorgans
  3. 3. Metabolism (pg 12)• Sugars: major fuel used for making ATP incells. Excess is stored as glycogen or fat• Fats: used to make ATP, build myelin sheathsand cell membranes, insulate and cushionorgans• Proteins: rarely used to make ATP. Brokenapart into amino acids which are reassembledinto enzymes and structural proteins (musclefibers, keratin, etc.)
  4. 4. Absorption of Nutrients (pg 12)• Passive Transport: Does not require energy.Substances move from high concentration tolow concentration
  5. 5. Absorption of Nutrients (pg 12)• Passive Transport: Does not require energy.Substances move from high concentration tolow concentration– Diffusion: Move through cell membrane
  6. 6. Absorption of Nutrients (pg 12)• Passive Transport: Does not require energy.Substances move from high concentration tolow concentration– Diffusion: Move through cell membrane– Facilitated diffusion: Move through a channelprotein in the cell membrane
  7. 7. Absorption of Nutrients (pg 12)• Passive Transport: Does not require energy.Substances move from high concentration tolow concentration– Diffusion: Move through cell membrane– Facilitated diffusion: Move through a channelprotein in the cell membrane• Active Transport: Requires energy. Uses carrierproteins to move substances from lowconcentration to high concentration
  8. 8. Output (pg 13)Paste in Diagram: absorption of nutrientsColor code the Arrows• Active transport: Purple• Facilitated diffusion: Blue• Diffusion: Orange• Capillary: Red• Lacteal: Yellow
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