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9 across - To build up, such as the combining together of two small molecules to form a larger molecule.
Synthesis
4 across - Excessive acculation of acids in body fluids.
acidosis
3 Down - Group of organic compounds that are insoluable in water-notably, fats, oils, and steroids.
lipid
6 Across - Polysaccharide that is the principal storage compound for sugar in animals.
glycogen
7 across - Solution in which pH is less than 7;substance that contributes or liberates hydrogen ions in a solution;opposite of base.
acid
6 down - Three-carbon molecule that joins with fatty acids to form fat.
glycerol
5 down - Simple sugar, a carbohydrate that cannot be decomposed by hydrolysis.
monosaccharide
8 down - Organic compounds with the general formula (CH20)n, including sugars and glycogen.
carbohydrate
Sugar that contains two units of a monosaccharide;for example, maltose.
disaccharide
Molecule used by cells when energy is needed. Adenosine triphosphate.
ATP
Macromolecule composed of amino acids.
Protein
Substance or compound that prevents large changes in the pH of a solution.
buffer
Solution in which pH is more than 7;a substance that contributes or liberates hydroxide ions in a solution;opposite of acid.
base
Splitting of a bond by the addition of water.
hydrolysis
Protein catalyst that speeds up a specific reaction or a specific type of reaction.
enzyme
A charged atom
ion
Any substance that ionizes and conducts electricity;electrolytes are present in the body fluids and tissues.
electrolyte
One of two or more atoms with the same atomic number that differs in the number of neutrons and, therefore, in weight.
isotope