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Chapter 21 - 3 Life with Carbon (pg. 679 - 681)
Right side
Vocabulary -
carbohydrate
glucose
digestion
starch

1.  Carbohydrate -
    A.  carbo = carbon
    B.  -hydrate = combined with H2O

2.    Simple carbohydrates -
    A.  Sugars = simpliest
        1.  milk sugar =
        2.  fruit sugar =
        3.  found in cells =
        4.  which is referred to as "blood sugar"?

    B.  2 formulas of sugar
        1.  C6H12O6
        2.  C12H22O11

    C.  Organisms assemble sugars into polymers
        1.  simple sugar =
        2.  2 simple sugars =
        3.  large # of simple sugars =

   3.  Complex carbohydrates
    A.  starch
    B.  Cellulose

Summary

Left side
Language arts connection Pg. 680
    Collect a food advertsidment from a magazine.  What does the ad say about nutrients?  What do they emphasize?  What do they downplay?
    Rewrite the ad to reflect the tru nutritional value of the product.  Attach the ad.



Chapter 21 - 3 (part 2)
Right side
vocabulary -
protein
lipid
nucleic acid

1.    Proteins -
    A.  Good sources of proteins in foods:

    B.  What does the body use proteins for?

2.    Lipids -
    A.  Sources of lipids (fatty acids)

    B.  Lipids are fatty, oily, waxy

3.    Nucleic Acids -
    A.  Information carrying molecule
    B.  2 kinds
        1.
        2.
    C.  Sources of nuclei acids

4.    Carbohyrates -
    A.  Sources of carbohydrates

Summary

Left side
Table (what category doe the following foods fall into?  (lipid, protein, carbohydrate, or nucleic acid) They call be in more than one category.
(create a table)
potato chips
butter
lettuce
peanut butter
refried beans
noodles
fish
french fries
vegetable oil
broccoli
mushrooms
saltine crackers
bread
red cabbage
milk
chicken
cottage cheese
cheese
snickers bar
apples
carrots
onions