Topic: Cell Structure
1. Give one benefit that good bacteria can provide us.
2. DNA stands for _.
3. Plasma membrane in most cells is similar or almost similar with _.
4. The fluid like structure of the cell where organelles are embedded.
5. Protists are
1.1 IMPACTS/ ISSUES (Based sa lectures given by Mrs. Arbias)
THE SECRET LIFE ON EARTH
BIOLOGY- the systematic study of life
We have encountered only a fraction of the organisms that live on earth
Scientists constantly discover new species
Photosynthesis: Using Light to Make Food
On land, plants such as oak trees and cacti are
the predominant producers
Life in the Sun
In aquatic environments, algae and
photosynthetic bacteria are the main food
Light is central to the lif
How Cells Harvest Chemical Energy
INTRODUCTION TO CELLULAR RESPIRATION
Nearly all the cells in our body break down
sugars for ATP production
Most cells of most organisms harvest energy
aerobically, like slow muscle fibers
The aerobic harvesting
Chapter 3: Cell Structure
Food For Thought
Bacteria in our intestines make vitamins and
keep us healthy but other bacteria make
toxins that can contaminate foods and even kill
3.2 What, Exactly, Is a Cell?
Cells are the fundamental u
What is Nitrogen?
building block of proteins, nucleic acids and
other cellular constituents
79% of the air we are breathing is nitrogen
nutrient element for plants
Why is Nitrogen Important?
essential for growth and reproduction in both
Presentation study by:
Ronnel T. Cruz
What is Geology
Branches of Geology
Importance of Geology
Study of the Earth, its
structure, and history.
Geology is divided int