HNF150_Exam_2_Study_Guide - HNF 150 Spring 2009 Exam 2...

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HNF 150 Spring 2009 Exam 2 Study Guide Study tips: 1. Make sure you have done the reading if you have not yet already. 2. Go through the study guide. Find each concept or bullet point in your notes. Make sure you have a full understanding of the concept including the context. Work on memorizing your understanding and your notes. If you feel like your notes do not fully explain the concept, go back to the book and find the answers in the book. 3. Remember: **Given terms/concepts, you will need to be able to provide the definition of the term according to the readings and lecture notes or examples of the term. Given a definition of the term/concept and/or an example , be able to state the term. 4. Pay particular attention to making sure you are memorizing your general understanding to be able to apply your knowledge to EXAMPLES or questions asking for application of your knowledge. Examples of application/example questions: The more animal protein you eat, the higher your intake of ____. A. vitamin B 12 B. vitamin D C. folate D. vitamin B Which of these foods is the poorest source of protein? A. hamburger B. whole milk C. kale D. black beans E. eggs Which type of vegetarian needs to be most concerned about making sure they eat "complementary proteins"? A. A lacto-vegetarian. B. A vegan C. A pesco-vegetarian D. An ovo-vegetarian E. A lacto-ovo vegetarian Which of the following is an example of mutual supplementation? A. lentil and rice soup B. hamburger and bun C. toast and strawberry jam D. pasta with tomato sauce E. green salad with garbanzo beans You have a friend who has very little exposure to the sun and she consumes very few calcium- rich foods. In addition, she has a 2-year-old child and 3-month-old twins. Your friend is at very high risk for developing a. pellagra. b. rickets. c. beriberi.
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HNF 150 Spring 2009 Exam 2 Study Guide d. osteomalacia. A person who has taken antibiotics for several weeks because of a severe bacterial infection may develop a deficiency of which vitamin? a. vitamin A. b. vitamin D. c. vitamin E. d. vitamin K. The USDA has designed the least costly nutritious diet for a family known as the Thrifty Food Plan. Proteins and Amino Acids (majority of exam) Terms/concepts**: protein, amino acid, essential amino acid, conditionally essential amino acid, protein synthesis, polypeptide, dipeptide, tripeptide, HCl (hydrochloric acid, breaks down proteins in the stomach, first stage of protein digestion), electrolyte balance, enzyme, edema, protein quality, limiting amino
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2009 for the course HNF 150 taught by Professor Thurston during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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HNF150_Exam_2_Study_Guide - HNF 150 Spring 2009 Exam 2...

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