Chapter 3 Worksheet

Chapter 3 Worksheet - Chapter 3 Worksheet 1) Fill in the...

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Chapter 3 Worksheet 1) Fill in the blanks. _________hunger_______ is the physiological sensation that prompts us to eat. _______appetite_________ is the psychological desire to consume specific foods. Hypothalamus region of the brain regulates ______physiological signals________ and ______psychological factors__________. The mass of food chewed and moistened in the mouth is called ____bolus______. ____chyme______ is the semi fluid mass consisting of partially digested food, water, and gastric juices. ____sodium bicarbonate_______ layer protects the stomach lining from the acid in gastric juices. Bile is produced by ______liver______ and stored in _______gallbladder________. Most of the digestion and absorption take place in the ________small intestine________. Ulcer is caused by __the upper part of the stomach being raised to where it is sitting in the lower part of the diaphragm muscle___________________. Celiac disease requires a diet lacking ____wheat______, ____rye______, _____barley_____. 2) Write down the hormones that stimulate food intake and satiety. Food intake (Hunger) Satiety ______Ghrelin__________ _______CCK__________ ______Glucagon__________ _________pyy________ _______leptin__________
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________Insulin_________ 3) What are the signals that prompt us to eat? ________nerve receptors in the stomach___________
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