Cell Scientists: Discovering How Cells Work: Life Science by Kimberly Fekany Lee

By Kimberly Fekany Lee

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For each gram of total fat per serving, measure ¼ teaspoon of shortening into a second cup. 4. For each gram of sodium per serving, measure ¼ teaspoon of salt into another cup. 5. Note the percentage of vitamins and minerals in each one and list them. For each one percent of a vitamin, pour ¼ teaspoon of water into a glass and label it for that vitamin. 6. Look at the glasses and you’ll see how much of each item is in the food. Hopefully, there’s more water than sugar, fat, or sodium. Be a Vitamins and Minerals Diva!

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People who survey the public to find out people’s opinions or how they’ll vote b. Insect or creature that moves pollen from male to female plants c. Medicine for people allergic to bees and pollen 17. Biofuel a. Energy source made from living plants b. Purchasing gas c. Powering something with your own energy, such as pedaling a bicycle 18. Hybrids a. Something powered in more than one way, such as with gas and with electricity b. Waving at birds c. Measuring how high birds fly 19. Biodegradable a.

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