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Prelim2_F08 ANSKEY

Prelim2_F08 ANSKEY - NAME CU ID PRELIM II Nov 6 2008...

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NAME: ___________________________ CU ID: ___________________________ PRELIM II Nov. 6, 2008 Academic integrity is expected of all students of Cornell University at all times, whether in the presence or absence of members of the faculty. Understanding this, I declare I shall not give, use, or receive unauthorized aid in this examination. ________________________ Signature of Student DIRECTIONS: 1. Use a number 2 pencil. 2. Write your name in the boxes in the upper left of side 1 of the blue computer answer sheet. 3. Fill in the appropriate bubbles under your name (or else you cannot receive credit for your work). 4. Write your Cornell ID NUMBER in column A-I under the words Identification Number in the lower left part of the blue computer answer sheet. 5. FILL IN THE APPROPRIATE BUBBLES UNDER YOUR Cornell ID Number. 6. This exam consists of 122 120 points. Your grade will be based on the percentage you answer correctly. 7. There are 11 pages to this exam. 8. Indicate your answer by filling in the appropriate bubble next to the corresponding number on the computer sheet. 9. There are TRUE/FALSE, MULTIPLE CHOICE and MATCHING questions. You will find specific instructions for each type of question within the exam. GOOD LUCK! TEST CONTINUES
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The following is a list of abbreviations used in this exam: VLDL – Very Low Density Lipoprotein HDL - High Density Lipoprotein IDL – Intermediate Density Lipoprotein LDL - Low Density Lipoprotein LDL – Low Density Lipoprotein RQ - Respiratory Quotient VMH – Ventromedial Hypothalamus LH - Lateral Hypothalamus EPA – Eicosapentaenoic acid DHA – Docosahexaenoic acid DEXA – Dual-energy x-ray absorptiometer BMI – Body Mass Index TOBEC - Total Body Electrical Conductance Part I- True or False (one point each) (85points) Directions: This section consists of statements that are either TRUE or FALSE. ON the computer answer sheet, fill in “A” for TRUE and “B” for FALSE. Each response is either true or false based on the entire question. (1 point each) A. CeeCee Kay is telling her friend about the facts she learned about fat and cholesterol consumption in NS 1150. Are the following statements true or false? 1. The function of lipoproteins is to carry fat in the blood stream. (T) 2. The consumption of unsaturated fat will decrease the liver production of cholesterol. (T) 3. Increasing the consumption of saturated fat relative to unsaturated fat will increase the uptake of IDL’s and LDL’s by the liver. (F) 4. Trans fats are made from unsaturated fats. (T) 5. VLDL is converted to IDL by the action of lipoprotein lipase. (T) B. Mr. Smarty Pants, an older man, is experiencing discomfort in his chest. His wife calls to have him rushed to the hospital and the paramedic in the ambulance decides that he is currently having a heart attack. Decide which of the following are true and which are false related to Mr. Smarty Pants’ current condition: 6. An increased level of C-reactive protein could have indicated that Mr. S.P had an increased risk of a heart attack.(T) 7. Eating a high ratio of omega-6 fatty acids to omega-3 fatty acids would have reduced Mr. S.P’s risk of a heart attack. (F) 8. If Mr. S.P. had substituted more cold water fish for beef he would have
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