The roles of vitamins and minerals in metabolic reactions - (Feb/01/2018 )
Hi! I just started Biology this semester. The question below is my first homework assignment. I wrote a couple paragraphs below that, and I want to hear from you guys if it's acceptable, and FYI I have terrible grammar........ thank you! let me know if there is something missing
Discuss the role of vitamins (enzymes?) and minerals (micro-nutrients?) in the transfer of energy through metabolic process in humans.
What grade/year are you in?
You should check the definitions of vitamin, and micro-nutrient.
I am in my sophomore year of high school.
So I got the definitions of vitamins and mirco-nutrients wrongs.. did i get any parts of the concept wrong too?
please check out your answer have been posted wrong definition of vitamin and micro-nutrients.
A low sub-atomic weight natural aggravate that is fundamental for typical development and metabolic procedures and is required in follow sums. Supplement. A nutrient is a natural exacerbate that is fundamental for the typical development and metabolic procedures of a living being
Micronutrients are those supplements required in little sums instead of macronutrients required in extensive sums. For instance, proteins, nutrients, and minerals are supplements people require; in any case, proteins are required in sums higher than nutrients, making the last considered as micronutrient.
just check it!!!