2105 study guide final - Know terms bioavailability...

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Know terms bioavailability, intracellular fluid, interstitial fluid, intravascular, osmosis Know recommended amount of weight loss (range) per week: slide from chapter 9 Know all deficiencies associated with vitamin D, vitamin A, vitamin C, all b vitamins (night blindness, scurvy, beriberi, pellagra, inflamed mouth, rickets, osteomalcia, etc) Know food sources for b vitamins (most common) the ones I emphasized in class Know major function of vitamins: what I emphasized in class. If I didn’t spend much time on it, you don’t need to know it. Know function of anti-diuretic hormone, renin, and aldosterone Know properties of fat vs. water soluble vitamins: there are slides on this Know function of lipoprotein lipase Know the purpose of the DASH diet and the recommended sodium amount associated with the diet, as well as the UL Know which minerals are the major intracellular/extracellular cation or anion of the cell Know what hyponatremia is and how someone would experience it
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  • Fall '11
  • CalvinSmith
  • Vitamin, water soluble vitamins

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