ZOO HW - As the stomach digests the food, the nitrogenous...

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Michael Bustin 1. The meal that I am choosing for this homework assignment is Chicken fingers and French fries, with ketchup and milk. After the food is consumed the carbon atoms are dissolved into the blood stream. They are then taken to the lungs and the respiratory system. The carbon is made available to cellular respiration and the carbon atoms are also used to help the production of complex biomolecules. The carbon then exits the body in the form of CO 2 as we respirate. For nitrogen, the body needs the proteins that incorporate nitrogen in their chemical formulas.
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Unformatted text preview: As the stomach digests the food, the nitrogenous compounds are expelled out by human excrement and urination. For phosphorous, it is very important at the cellular level in energy-transfer reactions. It is digested by the stomach and transferred to cells so they can use it in energy-transfer reactions. 2. Ingredients: a. Chicken Strips- Chicken, Vegatable Oil b. French Fries Potatos, Vegtable Oil c. Milk Cows milk, preservative d. Ketchup Tomatoes, flavoring 3. 4....
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course ZOO 121 taught by Professor Russell during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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