correctionq1win2003final

correctionq1win2003final - G M P POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR...

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1. (15 pts). The following table integrates catabolism in the major organs/cell types of the human body. Please complete the table USING THE CHOICES FOR EACH COLUMN PROVIDED BELOW. PLACE THE CORRECT LETTER IN EACH BOX. ONE LETTER PER BOX. ORGAN COLUMN A Indicate the compound that serves as the main energy reserve within organ/tissue COLUMN B Preferred substrate for energy production in organ/tissue COLUMN C Possible energy source(s) exported or metabolic end product(s) exported from this organ/tissue Brain G J S Skeletal Muscle B J R Adipose Tissue D M V Liver (well fed state) B J O Liver (under low dietary carbohydrate)
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Unformatted text preview: G M P POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR COLUMN A POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR COLUMN B A. Glucose J. Glucose B. Glycogen K. Lactic acid C. Starch L. amino acids D. Triacylglycerides (TAG) M. fatty acids E. Protein N. None F. Fatty acids G. None H. Glycogen and TAG I. Glycogen and protein------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------POSSIBLE ANSWERS FOR COLUMN C O. Glucose P. Ketone bodies Q. Fatty acids R. Lactic acid S. None T. Glucose and/or ketone bodies U. Glycerol V. Glycerol and fatty acids...
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This note was uploaded on 06/17/2009 for the course BIS 103 taught by Professor Abel during the Spring '08 term at UC Davis.

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