Lecture 26 - R.A Luben BCH 120 June 2009 1 Metabolic Energy...

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1 R.A. Luben BCH 120 June 2009
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2 Metabolic Energy Production: Review & Overview
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3 Reversible pathways shift to anabolic processes Amino Acids built into proteins, surplus stored “Fed State” or Absorptive Metabolism: Anabolic Processes
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4 “Fed State” or Absorptive Metabolism: Anabolic Processes
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8 Visceral Fat and Subcutaneous Fat
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9 Fat Cell Development
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Weight Gain Patterns During Adulthood Women Men
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11 Body Mass Index and mortality
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12 Pathways shift to maintain energy for metabolism Storage glucose in blood organs in need “Fasted State” or Post-Absorptive Metabolism: Catabolic
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13 “Fasted State” or Post-Absorptive Metabolism: Catabolic
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Starvation Lowered glucose levels lead to increased glucagon secretion in starving people. This stimulates gluconeogenesis in liver, and fatty acid release by adipose tissue. Muscle and liver can use fatty acids and ketones for
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This note was uploaded on 06/08/2009 for the course BCH 120 taught by Professor Luben,norman,henry during the Spring '09 term at UC Riverside.

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Lecture 26 - R.A Luben BCH 120 June 2009 1 Metabolic Energy...

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