Jeopardy. Food Matters – Game 1. Carbs. Proteins. Water/Fats/Oils. Energy. $100. $100. $100. $100. $200. $200. $200. $200. $300. $300. $300. $300. $400. $400. $400. $400. $500. $500. $500. $500. What are carbohydrates?. These molecules are made
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Food Matters – Game 1
These molecules are made
from long chains of sugar molecules.
These are made from combinations of any of twenty amino acids.
These substances do not mix with water.
This unit represents theamount of energy it takesto raise the temperature of one gram of water one degree centigrade.
This carbohydrate cannot bedigested by humans but cowscan digest it because of bacteria that lives in their stomach.
A process that occurs when proteins are heated or exposed to acid causing them to unravel and develop thicker textures.
This unusual solid floats onits own liquid due to itsopen crystal structure.
This kind of energy is stored in some way.
Adding a solution of iodine andiodide to this substance produces a blue color.
Some of these molecules which jointogether to made proteins areacidic, some are basic and some are neutral.
There is more of this moleculeby mass than any other moleculein your body.
It takes energy to break theseand when they form energy isreleased.
This sugar is the one that joinsin long chains to make cellulose and starch.
This kind of bond holds
amino acids together.
When combined withlye these molecules make
When a hydrocarbon fuelcombines with oxygen these arethe products.
These kind of molecules are
prominent in potatoes, bread,
rice and fruit.
These kinds of molecules buildmuscles, hair, fingernails and
are prominent in meat, eggs and
These long chains of hydrocarbonmolecules have an acidic group at one end.
This unit is used to measure
mass in the metric system.