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Unformatted text preview: Nutritional Sciences 10 Fall 2006 Midterm Exam II It is the students responsibility to know the following instructions. Failure to adhere to the following instructions may result in 0 points earned on the exam. Print your name on the line provided on the scantron sheet. On the next line print your section number and the first name of your GSI . Turn the sheet longways. Fill in your complete SID in the spaces provided. Mark the last two rows 00 if you would like your exam score to be posted by SID. Mark the last two rows 01 if you do not want your exam score to be posted. Use only a #2 pencil on your scantron. ABSOLUTELY NO Cell Phones , No Calculators . Choose the best answer for each question. You may keep these question sheets. 1. You have version a of the exam. Please mark a as the answer to question one. 2. Which of the following states should a person be in to measure his/her basal metabolism rate? a. fed, resting and awake b. fed, sleeping c. fasting, resting and awake d. fasting, sleeping e. none of the above 3. The primary role of the B-complex vitamins is to: a. provide the body with energy b. act as coenzymes c. maintain and repair body tissues d. maintain acid-base balance e. function as anti-oxidants 1 4. A dog fed a diet complete in all nutrients but vitamin C will: a. Develop scurvy b. Die in about six months c. Catch many colds d. Show excessive bone loss e. Show no ill effects 5. What happens in a fasting state? a. Ketone bodies are formed b. Increased blood urea levels c. Metabolic rate slows down d. a and c only e. All of the above 6. Beyond ethics concerns, lets imagine the leading character (played by Nicholas Cage) in the movie Leaving Las Vegas wanted to starve to death, instead of drinking himself to death. What sources of energy are used sequentially for starvation? a. glycogen, body fat , proteins from muscles b. proteins from muscles, glycogen, body fat c. glycogen, proteins from muscles, body fat d. proteins from muscles, body fat, glycogen e. body fat, glycogen, proteins from muscles 7. What is the difference between liver and muscle glycogen? a. There is no difference; liver and muscle glycogen can both be broken down into glucose for the whole body to use. b. Liver glycogen occurs naturally, while muscle glycogen is stored glucose from excess carbohydrate intake....
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