You Are What You Eat: Food, Biomolecules, and the Carbon Cycle

Unit 2: 2) Cells ("Form and Function")
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Objective: SWBAT describe that cells build large molecules required for cell functions and that large molecules in food are broken down into smaller molecules by cells to provide energy or building blocks.

Big Idea: Cells and organisms must exchange matter with the environment. Carbon moves from the environment to organisms in order to build carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acids, and/or fats.

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Science, biomolecules, cells, form vs. function, Data Analysis & Interpretation, Communicating Information, Patterns (Science), Systems and System Models, structure and function
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