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Organic and Inorganic Compounds in the Human Body

Biology Project for 6th Period

Ebony Gennes

on 6 September 2012

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Transcript of Organic and Inorganic Compounds in the Human Body

Organic and Inorganic Compounds in the Human Body By: Harveer Kaur
Ebony Gennes A natural substance
Contains carbon What is Organic? What is Inorganic? A unnatural substance. A molecule that is attracted to an identical molecule.
These molecules form together to create polymer What is a Monomer? What is Polymer? A substance that is up of a lot of similar molecules put together The Four Major Organic Compounds Examples: Carbohydrates Corn Syrup
Sugar Monomer: Monosaccharide Importance to Life: One of our main energy sources Examples: Lipids Waxes
Fats Monomer: Fatty Acids Importance to Life: Used to store energy
Part of the membranes surrounding every body cell Examples: Nucleic Acids RNA(Ribonucleic Acid)
DNA(Deoxyribonucleic Acid) Monomer: Nucleotides Importance to Life: It holds your entire genetic composition Dairy Products
Beef Protein Examples: Monomer: Amino Acids Importance to Life: Needed for the growth and repair of
the human body Salt Inorganic Compounds Water Water is a "Universal" solvent
Water is needed by all life form's survival Helps us keep normal health
Helps us digest our consumptions Organic products are better for your body's health Healthy Diet Inorganic products contain chemicals, this makes it less healthier than organic products Organic definition:
Inorganic definition:
Monomer definition:
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