NST10_Spr08_Midterm1Review - MIDTERM 1 REVIEW SHEET Spring...

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MIDTERM 1 REVIEW SHEET Spring 2008 NUTRIENTS REVIEW 1. Why is nutrition important? 2. Define the following terms: Nutrient: Macronutrient (list the number of calories per gram of each one): Fat 9, Protein 4, CHO 4 Micronutrient: Phytochemical: calorie/kilocalorie:. Organic compounds: Inorganic cmpounds: 3. What is a healthful diet? Define four characteristics of a healthful diet. 4. Define the following, and state how each value is determined and its purpose: Dietary Reference Intakes (DRI): Estimated Average Requirement (EAR) : Recommended Dietary Allowance (RDA): Adequate Intake (AI): Tolerable Upper Intake Level (UL): Estimated Energy Requirement (EER): Acceptable Macronutrient Distribution Ranges (AMDR): 5. Explain each of the following types of studies used in nutrition researches: Definition Benefit Limitation Epidemiological Studies Cohort Studies Laboratory Based Animal Studies In Vitro Studies Human Clinical Trials 6. Define the following terms: Control Group: Placebo: Blind Experiment: Double-Blind Experiment:
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DIGESTION REVIEW 1. Identify the parts of the digestive tract; describe the major function of each part of the digestive tract; and state the role of its anatomy, muscle action, and secretions in the digestion and absorption of food nutrients. Function
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2008 for the course NUTRITIONA 10 taught by Professor Hudson during the Spring '01 term at Berkeley.

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