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Drag the terms on the left to the appropriate blanks on the right to complete the sentences. resethelp biomass assimilated feces cellular respiration biosynthesis not assimilated 1. molecules that are eaten but not absorbed by the animal leave the animal’s body in and are . 2. in the caterpillar, 100 j are lost in feces, or 50% of the energy it consumes. 3. molecules that are eaten and not eliminated in feces are said to be by the animal. 4. a large fraction of assimilated energy is used for , during which atp is made for cellular work. 5. in the caterpillar, 67 j are used in cellular respiration, or 67% of the assimilated energy. 6. the rest of the assimilated energy is used for biosynthesis–the building of new . 7. in the caterpillar, 33 j are used for biosynthesis, or 33% of the assimilated energy. 8. during cellular respiration, cellular work, and biosynthesis, a significant amount of energy is lost as heat. 9. only the energy used for can be transferred to the next trophic level.

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    1. The right answer is not assimilatedn

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    The assimilation designates in biology the process by which substances and materials external to the body are transformed into substances and materials interior to the body.n

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    2. The right answer is feces.n

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    Feces correspond to the residue of digestion that the intestine could not absorb. They consist of 80% water and 20% dry matter (intestinal cell debris, bacteria, cellulose that comes from the non-absorbable part of plants).n

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    3. The right answer is assimilated

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    The opposite of the first one.n

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    4. The right answer is cellular respiration.n

    Cellular respiration is the process of cellular metabolism that converts the chemical energy contained in nutrients into ATP (adenosine triphosphate).

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    5. The right answer is assimilatedn

    “Assimilation” can be also used for energy.n

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    6. The right answer is biomassn

    nIn the field of energy, biomass is the organic matter of plant origin (microalgae included), animal, bacterial or fungal (fungi), usable as a source of energy.

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    7. The right answer is biosynthesis.n

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    Biosynthesis consists of a formation and production of a chemical compound body by a living organism, usually due to the catalysis of an enzyme. For example, protein synthesis is the synthesis of organic substances by an organism. Chemosynthesis and photosynthesis are biosynthesis.n

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    8. The right answer is non assimilated.n

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    Since it is lost, so it is not assimilated by the organism.n

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    9. The right answer is biosynthesis.n

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    In ecology, the trophic level is the rank occupied by a living being in a food web. It is measured in some way by the distance separating this being from the basic level which is that of the primary autotrophic production.n

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    Above this basic level, each link (or stage) of a food chain corresponds to a trophic level.

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