Anatomy & Physiology II Nutrition & Metabolism Practice Questions

Anatomy & Physiology II Nutrition & Metabolism Practice Questions

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Nutrition and Metabolism 1. Conversion   of   proteins   and   fats   into   sugar   by   the   liver   cells   is   called  Gluconeogenesis 2. Absorbable nutrients include mineral, vitamins, and  Water 3. Part of metabolism that results in the breakdown of food into energy is called:  Catabolism 4. A series of chemical reactions that result in the breakdown of food into energy and  synthesis of new molecule is called:  Metabolism 5. Catabolism is also referred to as  Cellular Respiration 6. Carbohydrates, lipids and proteins are called digestible and  Absorbable  nutrients. 7. Which stage of catabolism or cellular oxidation involve changing pyruvate, amino  acid and fatty acids into Acetyl CoA?  Intermediate Stage 8. Glycolysis stage involves splitting of a glucose molecule into two  Pyruvate (Pyruvic   Acid) 9. Which stage of catabolism produces ATP, H 2 O, and H atoms?  Kreb’s Cycle
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This note was uploaded on 09/27/2010 for the course BIOL 109 taught by Professor Siddiqui during the Summer '03 term at Bergen Community College.

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