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Unformatted text preview: Study Guide for Final Exam FSN 329 Spring 2005 \_, The Final Exam will be worth 50 points. It will be approximately 25 points from Review Material and 25 points on new material. For the Review Vitamins and Minerals, know their roles and functions in the body. Review material will be Multiple Choice, True/False and possibly Matching. Review Material will NOT include Vitamins or Minerals not covered in lecture. New material includes Calcium (all of it) and Vitamin A. Calcium and Vitamin A will be Multiple Choice, Fill-in or Essay/Short Answer. «F Calcium ,1“. Some of these are questions you had before and some of these are new. Reading the text would be helpful for some of these. i ./2 What are the interrelationships between Vitamin K and calcium? Approx. how much of the body’s Ca is in bone? A What tends to be the best sources of Ca and why? What is the DRI for Ca for adult males and females? }. Be familiar with the 3 routes of Ca absorption. What is the average absorption efficiency (%) in adults? Is this % approx. the same for supplements? Which types of Ca supplements might you recommend and why? Which nutrients/substances may inhibit Ca absorption? Which may enhance its absorption? How do PTH and Calcitriol regulate blood Ca levels? Be sure to know their site of synthesis and their effects. . Roles of Ca — There are 5 roles of Ca listed on Slide #17. Be able to briefly describe the role of Ca in each. ~ Be able to describe with detail the Neuromuscular fimction of Ca. 21 Ca Excretion — What are the 3 major routes of Ca excretion? Approx. how much is lost daily from each of these routes? What is meant by endogenous and exogenous sources for fecal losses? What are examples of molecules or conditions that may increase fecal losses? Do caffeine, protein or Na intake significantly v impact urinary Ca excretion? . What are the likely effects of Ca intake on hypertension, colon cancer and obesity? Is there a UL for Ca? W t is the best way to assess Ca status of individuals? 9. t are relative amounts of minerals vs. water and organic molecules in bone? What is the most common organic type of molecule and be able to provide 3 examples. What is the chemical formula for hydroxyapatite? What is the difference between Irabecuiar and cortical bone? What percentage of bone in the body is trabecular and what percent is cortical bone? 1 .' What are osteoblasts, osteoclasts and osteocytes? Name 3 hormones that affect osteoblasts and explain _ ,their specific effects. What are the effects of PTH on osteoclasts? 7’ _ -- ' 11. What is the definition of osteopenia and osteoporosis (don’t just say porous bone)? ‘7 . Know the following regarding Osteoporosis. Approx.'how many people in the U.S. have osteoporosis? Of these, what proportion are men and what proportion are women? What are the 3 most common types of fractures? Of these, which is the most common? . hat are the differences between Type I and II? _14 What are the 4 risk factors we discussed in class? What is the number one risk factor? What are the 4 If ways to prevent osteoporosis we discussed. Vitamin A ,, Of the three "active forms" of vitamin A, list a major physiological function of EACH form. Which of the onus ace interconvertible? What is the structural difference between each of these 3 forms? . Name three major food sources for the two "types" of vitamin A (preformed Vitamin A and the carotenoids). Approx. how many carotenoids are present in nature and how many of these exhibit Vitamin A activity? What is the other major role of carotenoids? How much of a typical diet in the U.S. tends to be from provitamin A carotenoids? Why are 12 ug of dietary beta-carotene only equal to l RAE? V . What is a role for lutein in the body? Which disease (condition) is linked to low dietary intake of lutein? Of the carotenoids, what is the most potent antioxidant? ,/ //. What is the RDA for Vitamin A for adult men and women? Why is it expressed as RAE? , 7 . Be able to describe the process of Vitamin A digestion and absorption and transport following ingestion. What are the roles of Cellular Retinol Binding Protein 11 (CRBPII), Cellular Retinoic Acid Binding Protein (CRABP), Lecithin Retinol A l Transferase LRAT) and 15,15’-carotenoid dioxygenase. P________________._ the cell? 3 How is retinoic acid made in cells and what is the fundamental mechanism of action of retinoic acid inside 7. Vitamin A is required for two distinct processes in its role in vision. Briefly describe the two different roles (one for retinal and one for retinoic acid) including the steps in the vision cycle. How does vitamin A play a role in Cellular Differentiation, Development and Immunity. Describe the mechanisms including Retinoic Acid Receptors, RAREs and an example gene. Describe one interrelationship of vitamin A and Vitamin D in the body and how it may affect a specific tissue. 10. Describe 3 possible results of vitamin A deficiency and the mechanism of how each may be caused by the deficiency. 11. Can vitamin A be toxic? Explain how this is thought to occur and what is one possible manifestation of vitamin A toxicity. \-_.’ Phosphorus and Magnesium Assignment FSN 329 Spring 2005 This assignment is worth 10 points. It is due before the Final Exam and can be turned in when we meet for the Final. Late assignments will not be accepted. Phosphorus 1. Using percentages, what is the approximate distribution of phosphorus in the body and which form is it ' 11 '? ,, ‘ ma W 85/. Sketc+on +30 ‘9" 5"“ Blood . “(glad ‘4‘70 SmC + 44330:; 8% as moat/He 4. 5. __ Alkalifie, The enzymes W and i no are ingofizmt for phosphorus m0}? 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    As a current student on this bumpy collegiate pathway, I stumbled upon Course Hero, where I can find study resources for nearly all my courses, get online help from tutors 24/7, and even share my old projects, papers, and lecture notes with other students.

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    Kiran Temple University Fox School of Business ‘17, Course Hero Intern

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    I cannot even describe how much Course Hero helped me this summer. It’s truly become something I can always rely on and help me. In the end, I was not only able to survive summer classes, but I was able to thrive thanks to Course Hero.

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    Dana University of Pennsylvania ‘17, Course Hero Intern

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    The ability to access any university’s resources through Course Hero proved invaluable in my case. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time.

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    Jill Tulane University ‘16, Course Hero Intern