85) Which of the following is a metabolic waste product without known useful function and is excreted? A) bilirubinB) hemoglobin
C) pyruvateD) glycogenE) Na+ ion.1 points Question 86 86) Which vitamin is required for collagen synthesis and produces the symptoms of scurvy when absent?
.1 points Question 87
87) Excessive beta-oxidation during starvation or diabetes can lead to ______.
88) What is a normal body temperature?
.1 points Question 89 89) How do arrector pili help to maintain body temperature? A) they can only help to maintain body temperature in animals that have thick fur
B) they cause shivering to keep you warmC) they cause sweat secretion cooling your bodyD) they are temperature receptors in skin sending information to hypothalamusE) they cause capillary constriction in skin to preserve heat.1 points Question 90
90) What is the name of condition that is characterized by excessive eating? .
1 points Question 91 91) Which hormone deficiency will often result in hypothermia?
.1 points Question 92 92) Which of the following proteins is not made by liver?
.1 points Question 93 93) Which of the following processes a human cell cannot do but a yeast cell can?
A) glycolysisB) Krebs cycleC) alcohol fermentationD) lactic acid fermentationE) DNA replication.1 points Question 94
94) Some tissues in a human body such as ______ can function for a while using fermentation, while others such as ______ rely exclusively on aerobic respiration.
95) One of the symptoms of liver disease is jaundice - yellowing of the skin and scleras of the eyes. Abnormal metabolism of which molecule causes jaundice?
.1 points Question 96 96) An "aerobic" process requires ______.
.1 points Question 97
97) What must the pyruvic acid be converted into before it can enter Krebs cycle? A) lactic acidB) citric acidC) acetyl CoAD) NADHE) ethyl alcohol
.1 points Question 98 98) Fermentation produces a net maximum of ______ ATP molecules per glucose molecule
.1 points Question 99 99) The deficiency of vitamin B12 will lead to ______.
.1 points Question 100
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