Assn 6 Insulin - 6. If glucose can't enter the cells, it...

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Question 1 2.5 out of 3 points 1. Insulin is a [a] made by the human body. 2. Glucose travels through your bloodstream looking for individual cells that need [b] . 3. [c] is the key to unlock cells for glucose to enter and deliver energy. 4. Insulin is normally produced in the [d] . 5. In the case of insulin [e] , there is enough insulin in the blood, but it doesn't bind to the receptors so glucose still can't enter the cell.
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Unformatted text preview: 6. If glucose can't enter the cells, it builds up in the [f] . Specified Answer for: a Specified Answer for: b Specified Answer for: c Specified Answer for: d Specified Answer for: e Specified Answer for: f Correct Answers for: a Correct Answers for: b Correct Answers for: c Correct Answers for: d Correct Answers for: e Question 1 2.5 out of 3 points Correct Answers for: f...
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Assn 6 Insulin - 6. If glucose can't enter the cells, it...

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