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Lecture Notes from IB Chemistry 11
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Date Created: 07/11/14
IB Chem 12 unit 10 lecture Diet Metabolism sum total of reactions in the body Respiration series of oxidation reactions to make energy available to the cells Macronutrients Needed in relatively large amounts Provide energy Build and maintain structure of body EX carbohydrates proteins lipids Na Mg K Ca P S and Cl Micronutrients Need in less that 0005 of body mass Enable body to produce enzymes and hormones Ex Vitamins and Trace Minerals Trace minerals Fe Cu Zn 1 Se Mn Mo Cr Co and B Vitamins Are organic compounds Needed in small amounts for normal growth and metabolism Not made by the body Vitamins to know Vitamin A Retinol name fat solubility solubility nonpolar due to hydrocarbon chain and ring properties needed for vision function Vitamin C Ascorbic acid name water solubility solubility multiple hydroxide groups make it polar properties tissue regeneration following injury and resistance to some diseases function Vitamin D Calciferol name fat solubility mostly hydrocarbons properties stimulate uptake of calcium by cells health of bones and teeth function Sources of vitamins to know Vitamin A orange veggies carrots milk Vitamin C fruits and veggies Vitamin D fish eggs sunshine


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