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Learning Objective 1: Organization Chart Take the following terms and organize them into Carbs
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Take the following terms and organize them into Lipids Learning Objective 1: Organization Chart
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Take the following terms and organize them into Proteins Learning Objective 1: Organization Chart
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First fill in the following blanks with the functions: l Carbohydrates : l simple sugars synthesized by photosynthesis-cellular energy source l Polysaccharides like starch-energy storage in plants l Polysaccharides like cellulose-structural support in plants l Lipids : l Triglycerides like fats and oils: used for calories l Phospholipids: main component of all cell membranes l Steroids: cholesterol forms part of cell membranes in animals, testosterone is a hormone Learning Objective 2: Functions
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Fill in the blanks with examples of foods: l Carbohydrates : l simple sugars synthesized by photosynthesis - honey l Polysaccharides like starch-potato l Polysaccharides like cellulose-celery, spinach leaves l Lipids : l Triglycerides like fats and oils: olive oil l Phospholipids: eggs l Steroids: any animal cell l Proteins : any cell, but particularly animal cells like chicken, fish, beef, eggs, duck Learning Objective 3: Food ID
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Food Labels l Objectives: 1. Read food labels: calculate the relative contribution of calories from each food type. 2. Identify ingredients that contribute calories of different types of carbohydrates, different lipids, and protein.
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1. HIGH FRUCTOSE CORN SYRUP 2. OAT BRAN 3. MILK PROTEIN ISOLATE 4. RICE CRISPS 1. MILLED RICE 2. RICE BRAN 5. PEANUT BUTTER 6. BROWN RICE Today: Food Label ID By the end of class today, you should be able to indicate what type of macromolecule each of the food item contains.
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Registering Clickers l 40/400 points from clickers. Have to click in (any answer is fine) on 80% of all clicker questions asked this semester to get 100% of points, less and you get less. Step 1: Turn on Step 2: Push * key until you get the “Setup menu” Step 3: Use the arrow up or down keys to reach “ID” Step 4: Hit green enter key, and use letter keys A, B, C, D, E, F, and T and up down arrows to enter your uga login name. So if you are smith@uga.edu, you want to enter “smith” enter T, use down key to go up to s,
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Joining Class l When you turn your clicker on for class each day, it will attempt to search for channel. Look in the yellow box <channel> Hit that letter or number & the green enter key to speed up the process of joining l Now wait for question to come up After I start the question, the screen will say: ”ANSWER:” If the answer is received, it will say, “RECEIVED” If not, it will say, “ERROR”. Keep trying. Trouble, then raise your hand. 1. What is your anticipated getting grade in this course? A B C D Clicker Practice
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I. Common Carbs 1.
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This note was uploaded on 09/13/2011 for the course BIOL 1103 taught by Professor Armstrong during the Spring '07 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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