Metabolism Show Us What You’ve Learned It is time to put the knowledge you have learned to good use. Complete the ten question quiz and show the researchers how much you have learned. EXPAND YOUR MIND Why Do We Need Glucose in Our Diet? Glucose Sugar Feeds Cancer! Introduction to Cellular Respiration Glycolysis animated with music Cellular Respiration Quiz #4: Metabolism Quiz #4: Metabolism Email this quiz to: * 1. The whole range of biochemical processes that occur within a living organism is called: Respiration Metabolism Genetics Energy 2. The breakdown of molecules is called: Catabolism Anabolism Glycolysis The Krebs Cycle 3. The building of molecules is called: Metabolism Oxidative phosphorylation Anabolism Catabolism 4. Usable energy in the body is in the form of Sugar ATP RNA Enzymes 5. The process that breaks down sugar to create energy is called Glycolysis Respiration Peristalsis Angiogenesis 6. Cancerous tissues take sugars from the body by producing new blood vessels, a process called: The Krebs Cycle Vascularization Angiogenesis Oxidative Phosphorylation 7. What are the building blocks of proteins called? Lipids Amino Acids Carboxyls Monosaccharides 8. What is a biological molecule that catalyzes (increases the rate of) chemical reactions in the body? Fatty acid Carbohydrate Substrate Enzyme 9. The molecules at the beginning of an enzymatic reaction are called Products Lipids Substrates Subterranean 10. Metabolism is the process that only converts nutrients into more complex compounds True False If you are human, leave this field blank.