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a. Very low density lipoprotein b. Low density lipoprotein c. High density lipoprotein 20) Diets high in this lipid (fat) decrease removal of LDL (Low Density Lipoprotein) by body cells and increase risk of LDL-cholesterol adherence to the walls of blood vessels. a. Polyunsaturated b. Monosaturated c. Saturated Chapter Six 1) What part of an amino acid makes it unique and different from other amino acids? a. Side chain b. Central carbon c. The amine group 2) This is an amino acid that the body can’t make for itself. a. Dispensable
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Unit 2 Test on March 22, 2017 b. Regulatory c. Essential 3) Which of the following is an essential amino acid? a. Alanine b. Glutamine c. Tryptophan 4) This is the classification of a protein strand with four amino acids a. Dipeptide b. Polypeptide c. Oligopeptide 5) Through this process DNA provides the instructions needed to build body proteins a. Transamination b. Replication c. Manufacturing 6) Which of the following best describes protein turnover? a. The manufacture of polypeptides from single amino acids b. The loss of muscle protein during diet and exercise c. The synthesis and degradation of body proteins 7) This level of protein organization or structure determines its function a. Primary b. Secondary c. Tertiary 8) Which of the following best explains denaturation of protein? a. An uncoiling of a protein molecule that changes its shape b. Breakdown of a protein molecule into its respective amino acids c. Loss of the primary structure of the protein molecule 9) This term describes an essential amino acid that is missing from the diet a. Limiting amino acid b. Non-essential amino acid c. Discretionary amino acid 10) This is the process of combining two incomplete proteins to make a complete one. a. Protein stabilization b. Mutual supplementation c. Amino acid sequencing 11) Which of the following is a function of body proteins? a. Act as enzymes that speed up chemical reactions b. Attract fluids and assist in fluid balance c. Both a and b 12) This condition occurs when protein consumption is chronically inadequate causing fluid to accumulate in the intercellular spaces. a. Cirrhosis b. Edema c. Ulcers 13) Which of the following statements is true? a. The body has no specialized storage for protein b. Protein cannot be cannibalized to produce glucose
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Unit 2 Test on March 22, 2017 c. Protein breakdown produces urea which is recycled by the liver 14) This protein digesting enzyme is found in the stomach a. Gastrin b. Pepsin c. Lipase 15) Which of the following foods provides the LEAST digestible protein? a. Brown rice b. Yogurt c. Soy milk 16) Use this factor to calculate your protein needs based upon weight in kilograms a. 0.8 grams/kilogram b. 1.2 grams/kilograms c. 4.0 grams/kilograms 17) Gloria needs 1800 calories a day to maintain weight. If 20% of her total calories are provided by protein, how many grams of protein does she need each day? a. 40 b. 90 c. 180 18) Which of the following statements about protein is true? a. People living in the U.S. tend to eat less than the recommended amount of protein b. People with high protein diets should drink additional water to flush urea from the body c. There is no controversy concerning high protein diets and bone loss 19) A vegetarian who doesn’t eat eggs or milk should supplement the diet with this mineral a. Potassium b. Sodium c. Iron 20) This is a genetic disorder in which the body is unable to convert phenylalanine to tyrosine.
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