1.Take any can of vegetables from your pantry and report the levels of protein, carbohydrates, and fats for a one-serving size. Explain what these macronutrients are and what their primary functions are in the human body. If you do not have any canned vegetables, search online for the information. Pick a vegetable and enter “nutrition label for (indicate a type of vegetable)” into a search engine and click images to find a nutrition facts label you can use.
Your response must be at least 75 words in length. (no references needed)

2.Read the label for ground beef, below. Discuss what stands out to you as a difference between the nutrition information of the vegetable you chose in question seven and the ground beef nutrition information provided in this label. Explain why you think beef is or is not necessary for a balanced diet. Your response must be at least 75 words in length. (no references needed)



Match each of the following terms to its definition.









Cellular respiration

Inductive reasoning
A. The outcome we expect from a hypothesis test
B. Using observations to come up with an hypothesis
C. The net movement of molecules down a concentration gradient
D. Antioxidant found in orange fruits and vegetables
E. Cells that have a nucleus surrounding the genetic material
F. Subatomic particles that have a positive electric charge
G. An organelle that uses light energy to convert carbon dioxide and water into sugars
H. The process of converting food into ATP
I. Hydrophobic organic compounds made primarily of hydrocarbons
J. Process that energizes the molecule that receives the phosphate when a phosphate group is removed from ATP
K. The maintenance of a constant internal environment

What is a scientific theory? Multiple choice
An explanation supported by large amounts of experimental evidence
An explanation that cannot be modified with new experimental evidence
Little more than one person’s educated guess
Any testable explanation for a question or problem

Why is the scientific method used? Multiple choice
To make observations about the world
To determine absolute truth
To distinguish good from evil in nature
To establish moral codes that should be followed