What are autotrophs?. Organisms that make their own food (like plants). What do autotrophs need to make their own food?. Sunlight photosynthesis. What are the products of photosynthesis?. Glucose and oxygen. How do all organisms obtain energy?.
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What are autotrophs?
Organisms that cannot make their own food (like animals)sHeterotrophs are consumers - they must obtain their food by consuming producers or other consumers
1- About 75% of all the available energy in gasoline is lost as heat. 2-60% of heat is lost from the human body – this is why we get hot in a small crowded room.
Mechanical(physical movement), chemical (dehydration synthesis or building amino acids) and transport (movement od molecules across a membrane)
ATP is produced at the rate of 10 million ATP molecules per cell per second
-heart pumps deoxygenated blood to the lungs where the blood exchanges carbon dioxide w/oxygen. -The oxygen in the blood returns to the heart so that oxygenated blood can be pumped to the rest of the body. -The carbon dioxide to released to exit the body through breathing.