week 4 student - enters the small intestine Within the...

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Elaine Kwan Email: [email protected] OH: By appointment Things to be covered: Circulation pathways; Carbohydrates; Q&A 1) Describe the different circulation pathways. Which circulation does hydrophobic molecules go through? How about hydrophilic molecules? 2) What is celiac and crohn’s disease? How are the two similar? 3) What is the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates? 4) What type of starches would be an ideal form of carbohydrates for a diabetic? 5) Where does starch digestion first starts? 6) What is the brain’s preferred source of energy? Where and how are these energy molecules being stored? What is an alternative source of energy and where does this come from? 7) ___________ and _______ (2 hormones) signal for pancreatic juices to be released when acidic chyme first
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Unformatted text preview: enters the small intestine. Within the pancreatic juices, ________________ (enzyme) breaks down most starches. Enterocytes also make ____________, which is transported to the surface of the mucosal lining and held up by glycocalyx to further break down disaccharides like _________, __________ and _________. 8) What is the difference between primary and secondary lactose maldigestion? 9) What happens to the lactose that is not digested? How do you prevent lactose maldigestion? 10) What are the different fates of acetyl CoA? 11) What are the functions of fiber? 12) What are some problems or diseases that come up from insufficient intake of fiber?...
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