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About me:

I'm a Freshmen,My favorite sports are wrestling and track&field, I like pizza, science , games ,and hanging out with friends. I also hate reading,annoying people,losing, being stared at by people.

Chestnut Oak:

The scientific name for it is Quercus Montanna Wiild. It is related to pine oak and red oak. It is a deciduous tree. It is simple (pinnate)
The leaves are rounded-lobed and are also alternate. It's bark is grey and smooth when young. It grows chestnuts. When it is older the bark turns dark grey or brown colored when it is older. Some of it's uses are for fuel, Railroad ties, and fencing.


The scientific name for it is Sassafras albidum. it is related to the Eastern Sycamore tree. It is a deciduous tree. It Leaves are smooth,alternate, and simple. It also has yellow fruit flowers, deep fissures, and the inner bark color is salmon. It is used to make tea, medicines, and perfumes.

Bio Molecules in Foods:

The food I tested was ground beef, which contains proteins, fats, oils, and it had no starches and sugars.
In the potato there was only starches and proteins. There wasn't any simple sugars, oils, and fats.

Most foods with proteins have at least 2 or more other component.
Most meats are always high in proteins fat and sometimes sugar, vegetables contain mostly everything except proteins.
I expected most of all meats to have little to no starch , but it turns out that some are very potent in starches.
Sugar is the thing missing in some foods because all foods have a source of glucose , which is sugar.

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