BIOL 1106 ClassworkSpring 2018Lesson 13: What Happens to the Food You Consume? (32pts)This graded assignment is subject to the Virginia Tech Honor Code. Sharing or posting any content from this assignment, or using such shared or posted assignment content to answer assignment questions, is a violation of the Virginia Tech Honor Code.Team member name and email addresses:1.2.3.Learning goals:Students will understand the nutritional needs of animals and how these needs are met via the processes of the digestive system.Learning objectives (those in italics are covered in this activity):1.Describe the basic requirements of human nutrition.2.Identify the structure and function of all components of the human digestive system.3.Explain the processes of ingestion, digestion, absorption, and elimination and where they occur.4.For the digestive enzymes, identify the source of the enzyme, the substrate of the enzyme, and the location where the enzyme is active.5.Explain the liver’s role in homeostasis.6.Describe accessory organs and their functions.7.Provide examples of variations in the vertebrate digestive system.8.Provide examples of how hormones are involved in regulating appetite and body weight.S1: Apply scientific reasoning to biological problems. S3: Interpret and draw conclusions from scientific dataS6. Comprehend basic scientific literature.Part I: Human Nutrition (LO 1, 3, 5)Jack and Jill are madly in love. To demonstrate the depth of his affection for Jill, Jack decides to treat her to a fancy dinner at Denny’s on her birthday. Jill orders the following: Spaghetti and Meatballs and a 16oz Hi-C Flashin' Fruit Punch. Jack orders the following: Two Sirloin Steaks, Onion Rings and a 16oz unsweetened Lipton Green Tea. Nutritional info below is from .
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