Good question! well within organisms, food moves through a series of chemical reactions in which it is broken down and rearranged to form new molecules, to support growth, or to release energy.
Hey so i was wondering, how is food rearranged through chemical reactions?
Just a random question but, how can glucose be broken down int different molecules ?
When carbon and oxygen atoms come in contact with fire energy, they experience a chemical reaction resulting in the formation of the molecule carbon dioxide.C + O2 → CO2o An example of reaction involving compounds happens when one mixes vinegar and baking soda.The atoms of the 2 reactants rearrange to form new substancesBaking soda sodium bicarbonate, vinegar acetic acid react to form molecules of water, carbon dioxide, and sodium acetate.
This cartoon is related to the concept because it mentions things like how glucose is broken down and how food is rearranged through chemical reactions to form new molecules. And if you would want to know things like that and how that process takes place, my storyboard cartoon is very informational and you could learn new things that you didn't know went into such small things as in eating or exercising.