FSN329 s05 exam1 lab

FSN329 s05 exam1 lab - Name FSN 329 Lab[9 ‘ Exam 1 Spring 2005(20 points Please answer the following questions 1 The transporter known as C I d

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Unformatted text preview: Name _ FSN 329 Lab [9 ‘- Exam 1 Spring 2005 (20 points) Please answer the following questions. 1. The transporter known as C I, d: 4' (be specific) is_sensiti1e_to_insrflin.and_responds to its presence by facilitating glucose transport into cells. (1 point) ‘ 2. Please show the calculation of why the RQ is 1.0 for carbohydrate. Use an equation showing the complete oxidation of glucose as part of your answer. (1 point) Th6 Com .3 \ c-t-e C9 x Ida-he: ’5 0-6 G—loCose CO DDQMC’J (Do; and proao C65 CgCoL molec‘wu ifs KoCPA/Looz : 1 3. What are four health risks of being overweight? (2 points) OS+rom+w i-HS ‘ high blood prfiéwf? CarolI'DUClSCplax' Dk‘fase Diqpfia c 4. The Harris-Benedict Equation tends to Wiveresfimate or underestimate) the actual energy expenditure measurements done by indirect calorimetry. (1 point) ’h C01 /OLQ/ 5. As exercise intensity increases, the RQ would tend to Lff’d Sfi (increase or decrease). (1 point) -- each.(2 Gl -t’VOIC/+’ we 9 pl? My 5 qS-IW _ 7. If Person A weighs the same as Person B, what are two things that could make person A’s than Person B’s RMR? (2 points) qC—l—lvt-lm/ Lev-fl amd +h-C amoun+ o—P lea/h musue ~l~§uSSut_ 8. Two factors that would be expected to reduce a food’s G1 are 1C]. bfi r and l [g amgguhfli .(2 points) glww 9. Explain the difference between Direct and Indirect Calorimetry. (2 points) Dirac-k Calov.m€—ir~/ means/mes +ht dampen—i ofhc-qj Procluceol 10y Abe body inordf‘r d€~lcrm “‘6. "rhf‘tr ma where 0.5 indif€c+ CCIlOr'mf'l’U] MFCZSUYf'g 1h€ {Imouh-t 01‘ Or), U$€ol Ourxd C02 49m°~kJCfd m OVolfr-f-o malculate 0005003 ten/12.. I V7, m e1 Ml?! meamSD 5“ V” 1 3 9+flmclard _ , 10. You have been asked to determine the Glycemic Index of a new sports nutrition bar, the Arnold Bar. Explain how you would do this using 50 test volunteers. Be sure to describe details of your study design. You do not need to explain how to do the Incremental Area Under the Curve calculations. (3 points? + Each +55% VOIQNI’I’?‘ Would how: '1?) @6910 we exp‘ trifle- with 1503+: L-E’VE'IS of blood (\ocom. EaCh person W04 5 +0” +hfi'if 9th I'C’Vt’l [mood Ct (03.: [,cvfll camel f'lrx-er‘fi COWSUM€ +h€v hm.‘+im m . Thfl'rbloodrilucogt Lin/Cf l3 - would be +51%!" “Ar Venom, 50mm ,45‘ in ,coomm ' crown and m) min-Eaan \/otu+€ dam would b CHVEtraged and. raphed *0 de—l—Crmme fine Vfirace, \A/uc, \To dé’dt’rmune ‘3 Gl O‘P-Hflél flul'ri-Hom bCLr ou use. 14mg Paua-Hgn 100% mean We. . The mandan wouldhave. ~11) be df-FCYmih/é-i: 0n 0 Cll’Hf’VCfli' day my vl-l-h +h€ Same, \ 7 loo”!— VOlUFTl'efiYS USln “the gamma Pmceedorts ‘ m €5+4m0jafio r \ocoge gourg9.The IAUQ difrmm {"ng “Hot: 8 ndauroflawcwe, would beuszed m 1 above €quafion. ,. XL we g. l 1. During a test to determine a person’s resting metabolic rate, the subject consumed 350a mL/min oxygen and produced 330 mL/min of C02. What is their RMR in kcals/day‘? (2 points) 330/350? ,‘l‘l‘ilQG AME Keel/L02 x .3501,/mm [29Ma9LZ‘—::,r) : zsoba l hv \L (fly OW 12. Briefly explain the principle of Bioelectrical Impedance Analysis. What is one factor which may significantly affect the results? (1 point) 61A C on magpf You) r 60w+a+ Camposléfiom Dy Sendxrva an fired-Ho Caren/3+- 'l'lerU if» Your body. M—Fa-I- (hm-fal’ns «en, Lil—He w lev and ewc—wow-wc manmafi“ a V00? Conductor. The C0V6h+5 VQESWC}, [UL/V“ be (“ragweed and 0520110 dHfVMiW Your " rPeta-em book, eta-Ar . The (fsm'tfi o“E “T‘s” “N”? *' . Wax] b6 aivlfcd'fcl Olve ah) \puv h‘jOJV'M'lo‘v-fi MVP/‘9' . ' I Of“ S .71 fihhhhh'8hhbhhhhhkhhhsaasaakah mammmmm.m.sm. 15 m- :EflfiEEfiEEEEEE flagrasaaaaaat 8 III a gygzaaaagsé §£§3§§ & d N ?§3§§E3§§BB§35333¥7 ...
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FSN329 s05 exam1 lab - Name FSN 329 Lab[9 ‘ Exam 1 Spring 2005(20 points Please answer the following questions 1 The transporter known as C I d

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