Energy_Metabolism - Matter anything that takes up space and...

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Unformatted text preview: Matter- anything that takes up space and has mass Energy- the ability to do work • Kinetic (energy in motion) • Potential (stored) Matter & Energy Matter & Energy • Chemical- ATP → ADP + P i (glycolysis) • Mechanical- muscles moving, producing heat, digestion • Electrical- charges particles Na + /K + , Ca ++ , nerve and muscle • Radiant (electromagnetic)- energy that travels in waves (visible, UV, IR) → Retina, light → skin → vitamin D Energy takes on different forms in the body Energy takes on different forms in the body Consequences of This Consequences of This Energy (Work) Energy (Work) • Maintaining Homeostasis • Reproduction, Development & Growth • Movement Kinetic vs Potential Kinetic vs Potential Energy Energy Energy: Energy: Ball Ball Rolling Rolling Down a Down a Hill Hill Kinetic Kinetic Energy: Energy: Molecular Molecular Motion Motion Potential Potential Energy: Energy: Ball at the Ball at the Top of a Top of a Hill Hill Potential Potential Energy: Energy: Chemical Chemical Energy Energy Exergonic vs Endergonic Exergonic vs Endergonic Reactions Reactions Exergonic- a spontaneous chemical reaction where there is a net release of free energy Endergonic- A nonspontaneous chemical reaction where energy is absorbed from the surroundings Exergonic Exergonic Reactions Reactions...
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