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Exam II Review KINE – 303 Physiology of Exercise Spring 2007 Exam II Review Chapters: 2, 3, 4, 5, 13, 22 Please use this review as a resource to help you prepare for Exam II. This review is NOT all inclusive. Please review the chapters, lecture material, and labs as well. The exam will consist of multiple choice, true/ false, and short answer questions. Identify the kcals of energy per gram of CHO, Fat, Protein. CHO: 4 kcals/gram Fat: 9 kcals/gram Protein: 7 kcals/gram What is the preferred source of energy for the body? ATP. Derived mostly from fats a rest, mostly CHO during exercise Define glucoenogenisis and glycogenolysis. Role in energy production? Glucogenolysis: the breakdown of stored glycogen into a glucose molecule. o End product: glucose-6-phosphate molecule Gluconeogenesis: generating glucose from non-sugar carbon substrates ex: lactate, glycerol, AAs, pyruvate Glycolysis: breakdown of glucose into ATP, NADH/FADH, pyruvate, etc.
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