ANSC 221 - ANSC 221 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW Preparation for...

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ANSC 221 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW Preparation for Exam 3 and Final Exam Disclaimer: These items are intended to help you think through the material for which you are responsibile, but no claim is made that they are comprehensive. EVERYTHING that the course covered (and was on the 'things you should know' pages) for Exam 1 (nutrients). HISTORY and GENERAL:  Who were the following people and what did they have to do with nutrition? Dr. William Beumont, Alexio St.  Martin, Daniel, Lavoisier, Lind, Babcock, Funk.  What is the first recorded nutritional experiment?  What did  Beumont  discover together with  Alexio St. Martin Who was responsible for the health of the Limeys (British Navy)? Why are they called Limeys?  What was the significance of the single plant feeding experiment?  Who named vitamins after vital amines?  Who is credited with "Life is a chemical process", and is called the  Father of Nutrition What are the  major differences  and  similarities  in  composition  between animals and the plant materials that  serve as their food?  TERMS: Know and identify all of the following:  sugar , monosaccharide, disaccharide, polysaccharide, starch, cellulose, glycogen,  glucose , ribose, fructose,  galactose, maltose, cellobiose,  hemicellulose lignin , amylase, amylopectin, amylose, cellulase, xylose,  mannose, acetic acid, propionic acid, butyric acid, palmitic acid, stearic acid, oleic acid, linoleic acid, linolenic  acid, arachidonic acid, essential fatty acid, glycerol, triglyceride (di-, mono-), phenylalanine, valine, tryptophan,  threonine, isoleucine, methionine, histidine, arginine, lysine, leucine, peptide bond, polypeptide, crude protein,  true protein, NPN,  NUTRIENT CLASSES:  Which could best be called the MOST IMPORTANT NUTRIENT?  Which nutrient class provides most of the energy in livestock diets?  Which nutrient class has the most energy per gram? 
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Which nutrient class provides energy only after requirements for it are met?  Which nutrient classes do NOT provide any energy?  Which nutrient class is analyzed as crude fuber and NFE? is soluble in ether? is analyzed by kjeldahl  procedure? is analyzed by N X 6.25?  How much energy do fats, carbohydrates and proteins have in relation to each other?  WATER:  How much water loss is fatal?  What are 3 sources of water?  What are 3 properties of water that aid animal life?  What does an example of Purdue peaches and peaches from Michigan have to do with nutrition?  Explain the importance of High Dielectric Constant, High Latent Heat of Vaporization, and High Specific Heat to  the animal, and give an example. What do each of these mean, and what does their consequence mean for 
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