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Lecture 19-endo 6 - The Endocrine System Lecture 19 V...

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The Endocrine System Dr. K. Banks V. Hormonal Regulation of Energy Metabolism Lecture 19 1 I. Introduction & Overview III. The Thyroid V. Hormones of Calcium Balance VII & VIII. Hormonal Regulation of Reproduction II. ADH & Growth Hormone IV. The Adrenal Glands VI. Hormonal Regulation of Energy Metabolism 2 VI. Regulation of Energy Metabolism Fuel Circulating form Storage form Storage site % total energy Carbo- hydrates glucose glycogen liver, skeletal muscle 1% Proteins amino acids protein skeletal muscle 22% Lipids lipoproteins free fatty acids tri- glycerides adipose tissue 77% 3 Table 21.1 Energy Metabolism LPL=Lipoprotein lipase 4 Fig. 21.1
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Comparison of Absorptive & Post-absorptive States Absorptive State Post-absorptive State Energy stored Anabolic reactions Energy stores broken down Catabolic reactions Glucose primary fuel Fatty acids primary fuel 5 Comparison of Absorptive & Post-absorptive States Carbohydrate Absorptive Post-absorptive Glucose is primary fuel
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