2006_Quiz_6_w_key - ANS 313 Quiz 6 2006 1 T F 2 T F Name...

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ANS 313 Quiz 6. 2006 Name: _______________________________ Lab group code: ______ 1. T F Larger animals always have larger gut capacities. 2. T F For animals at maintenance, food intake is proportional to metabolic body weight as you consider animals from very small like a shrew to very large like an elephant. 3. T F Thin animals usually have more metabolic hunger than fat animals and thus will eat more of the same diet if the two animals have the same body weight, physiological state, and level of exercise. 4. ___ You arrive back home from vacation and discover your cat locked in the garage with no food. It is thin and its breath smells sweet (ketotic), but, to your surprise, it is not very hungry. What theory of intake regulation might explain this? a. lipostatic b. thermostatic c. chemostatic d. hepatostatic 5. _____________ Name the hormone that is likely responsible for the lipostatic control of food intake. Your horse is fat.
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