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Size: 177 A) they are needed in larger amounts than the nonessential amino acids. B) they provide energy to the body, while nonessential amino acids do not. C) they are more important than the nonessential amino acids. D) they must be supplied in the diet. A) eggs B) steak C) bread D) orange soda E) hotdog A) has at least some of each essential amino acid B) contains all essential and nonessential amino acids C) is used solely for the manufacture of bodily protein D) contains all the essential amino acids in a pattern which is proportional to human needs A) So that high quality and low quality protein are mixed. B) Because this reduces fats from meat and poultry by mixing with heart healthy fats from the other subgroups. C) To reduce the cost of weekly menus that contain mostly protein from high cost meats such as beef and poultry. D) To reduce the intake of grilled beef and poultry which may contain carcinogens from the grilling process. A) Creamy peanut butter B) Milk C) Parmesan cheese D) Ground beef A) Conversion to nonessential amino acids B) Conversion to niacin, a B vitamin C) Regulation of fluid balance D) Transport nutrients into cells E) Answers A and B above A) Proteins Continue reading >>

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    False. Amino acids condense to form polypeptides and proteins.

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Mary Stangler Center for Academic Success This review is meant to highlight basic concepts from Chapter 8. It does not cover all concepts presented by your instructor. Refer back to your notes, unit objectives, labs, handouts, etc. to further prepare for your exam. 1. Define cellular respiration as it relates to its purpose. 2. Write the equation that represents cellular respiration. 3. List the 4 stages of cellular respiration. Fill in the blank/True or False/short answer 4. Glycolysis occurs in the mitochondria. True or False? 5. The Citric Acid Cycle takes place in the Mitochondria. True or False? 6. The preparatory reaction takes place across the inner membrane of the mitochondria. True or false? 7. The Electron Transport Chain is a series of carriers on the cristae of the mitochondria. True or false? 8. ________________ (which process?) starts with a molecule of glucose. 9. _________________(which process?) ends with 2, 2-carbon acetyl CoA molecules. 10. _________________(which process?) produces both NADH and FADH2. 11. _________________(which process?) starts with 2, 2-carbon acetyl CoA molecules. 12. ATP synthase is embedded in the inner membrane of the mitochondria. True o Continue reading >>

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Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats supply 90% of the dry weight of the diet and 100% of its energy. All three provide energy (measured in calories), but the amount of energy in 1 gram (1/28 ounce) differs: These nutrients also differ in how quickly they supply energy. Carbohydrates are the quickest, and fats are the slowest. Carbohydrates, proteins, and fats are digested in the intestine, where they are broken down into their basic units: The body uses these basic units to build substances it needs for growth, maintenance, and activity (including other carbohydrates, proteins, and fats). Carbohydrates Depending on the size of the molecule, carbohydrates may be simple or complex. Simple carbohydrates: Various forms of sugar, such as glucose and sucrose (table sugar), are simple carbohydrates. They are small molecules, so they can be broken down and absorbed by the body quickly and are the quickest source of energy. They quickly increase the level of blood glucose (blood sugar). Fruits, dairy products, honey, and maple syrup contain large amounts of simple carbohydrates, which provide the sweet taste in most candies and cakes. Complex carbohydrates: These carbohydrates are composed of Continue reading >>

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    How accurate are 'skinfold' body fat tests that use callipers?
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