Study Guide Test 2

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Study Guide – Test 2 Chapter 7 – Metabolism Know the site of cellular respiration and metabolism Definitions and examples of metabolism, anabolism, and catabolism ATP Know what happens in glycolysis, TCA cycle, and the electron transport chain. How do triglycerides (glycerol and fatty acids) and amino acids enter the energy metabolism cycles? How can they be used interchangeably (or not, in some cases) Deamination Why does it happen? What happens to ammonia? What happens to urea? Which energy metabolism cycles are common to all three nutrients? Use of the energy nutrients in feasting, fasting, and extended fasting. Be able to identify what the body is using for fuel during feasting and at 2 or 24 hours after eating. Chapter 8 – Energy balance and body composition Energy balance – What is it? Definitions of appetite, hunger, satiety, and satiation. The three components of energy expenditure
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This note was uploaded on 05/11/2011 for the course NHM 311 taught by Professor Knight during the Spring '11 term at Ole Miss.

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