PUBH 1517 Basic Nutrition - Chapter 7 Questions

PUBH 1517 Basic Nutrition - Chapter 7 Questions - What is...

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1 What is photosynthesis? a. A catabolic reaction. b. The process by which animals extract energy from energy-yielding compounds. c. The process by which plants use the sun's energy to make sugar. d. The process by which muscles make lactic acid. e. The process by which yeast makes alcohol. status: not answered () correct: c your answer: 2 What is metabolism ? a. The conversion of simple units into more complex units. b. The capacity to do work. c. The rate at which the body uses energy. d. The conversion of complex compounds into simpler units. e. All of the chemical reactions that occur within a living cell. status: not answered () correct: e your answer: 3 Which of these is an anabolic reaction? a. ATP + water ADP + phosphate b. maltose + water glucose + glucose c. oligopeptide + water dipeptide + dipeptide d. triglyceride + water glycerol + fatty acids e. amino acid + amino acid dipeptide + water status: not answered () correct: e your answer: 4 How do anabolic reactions differ from catabolic reactions? a. Anabolic reactions involve energy transfers; catabolic reactions do not involve energy transfers. b. Hydrolysis is characteristic of anabolic reactions; synthesis is characteristic of catabolic reactions. c. Anabolic reactions occur in plants; catabolic reactions occur in animals. d. The products of anabolic reactions are simpler than the input; the products of catabolic reactions are more complex than the input. e. Anabolic reactions require a net input of energy; catabolic reactions result in the a net output of energy.
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the a net output of energy. status: not answered () correct: e your answer: 5 What is the difference between a cofactor and a coenzyme? a. cofactors facilitate enzyme action; coenzymes inhibit enzyme action b. cofactors are proteins; coenzymes are not proteins c. a coenzyme is an organic cofactor d. cofactors include the B vitamins; coenzymes do not e. cofactors do not participate in enzyme-mediated reactions; coenzymes participate in enzyme-mediated reactions status: not answered () correct: c your answer: 6 What is an enzyme? a. a cellular organelle in which the electron transport chain takes place b. a vitamin that facilitates a chemical reaction c. a protein that facilitates a chemical reaction d. a mineral that facilitates a chemical reaction e. a cellular organelle in which the TCA occurs status: not answered () correct: c
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course PUBH 1517 taught by Professor Paula.goldberg during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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PUBH 1517 Basic Nutrition - Chapter 7 Questions - What is...

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