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Question Answer Side 3 motor end plate region of muscle membrane that contains high concentrations of acetylcholine receptors insulin promotes 1. glucose oxidation 2. glycogen synthesis 3. fat synthesis 4. protein synthesis glucagon promotes 1. glycogenolysis 2. gluconeogenesis 3. ketogenesis 4. lipolysis 5. protein breakdown (long-term) beta cells secrete insulin alpha cells secrete glucagon effects of insulin in the muscle 1. increased GLUT4 in membrane and increased glucose uptake 2. increase glycogenesis 3. increases glycolysis and decreased gluconeogenesis 4. increased protein synthesis, decreased protein degradation 5. lower glucose in the cytosol, increased glucose entry effects of insulin in the liver same as muscle except increased glucose transport by GLUT2 and increased lipogenesis, decreased lipolysis and decreased fat metabolism effects of insulin on fat same as muscle except increases fatty acid uptake and increased lipogenesis and decreased lipolysis hypercalcemia less excitable - high CA lowers excitability
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This note was uploaded on 04/09/2010 for the course MCB 240 taught by Professor Meisami during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign.

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