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FDNS exam 2 - Exam 2 Form A FDNS 3000 Name Last 4 ID number...

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Exam 2 Form A FDNS 3000 Name_________________________________ Last 4 ID number ____________________________ 1. Amino acids are defined by the structural part of the molecule that is unique to each. This part of the molecule is called the _____ group. a. amino b. amine c. carboxylic acid d. R- 2. Amino acids that cannot be made by the body are called _____ amino acids. 3. The metabolic process used by the body to synthesize nonessential amino acids is called _____. 4. What happens if the shape of a protein is altered? 5. Which of the following diseases is caused by a single error in the amino acid sequence of hemoglobin? a. Microcytic anemia b. Macrocytic anemia c. Pernicious anemia d. Sickle cell anemia 6. You are making a scrambled egg for breakfast. When you heat the egg, you are _____ the protein. 7. What happens to excess protein during times of excess glucose and energy availability? a. Converted to lipids b. Stored in the muscles c. Stored in the protein pool in the body d. Converted to bone marrow 8. Which type of malnutrition is characterized by a skin and bones-like appearance without the presence of severe edema?
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9. Which of the following conditions would result in a negative nitrogen balance? 10. Differences between men and women in response to alcohol are the result of which of the following? a. Women tend to have a greater percentage of body fat than men b. Woman have higher ADH activity in gastric cells c. Men tend to be taller and heavier than women d. A and C e. All of the above
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