Unit Seven Self-Assessment Questions.docx

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a. 2% b. 4% c. 5% d. 10% Section Three 1) How many kilocalories of energy are stored in 1.0 pound of adipose tissue? a. 454 kcal b. 1,000 kcal c. 3,500 kcal d. 10,000 kcal 2) To lose 1.0 pound per week, how many more kilocalories must you durn each day than you take in? a. 100 b. 300 c. 500 d. 1,000 3) Which of the following hormones acts as an appetite suppressant? a. ADH b. Ghrelin c. Leptin d. PYY
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Unit Seven Test on April 28, 2017 4) Blood glucose levels are lowered by the hormone a. Cholecystokinin b. Glucagon c. Insulin d. Oxytocin 5) Which of the following seems to prevent weight loss in humans during times when the body cannot get food? a. Cholecystokinin (CCK) b. Ghrelin c. Leptin d. Oxytocin 6) About how much glycogen can the adult body store? a. 100 g b. 1 lb c. 4 lb d. An almost unlimited quantity 7) Crash diets a. Are a good way to lose weight and keep it off b. Depend on glycogen depletion for quick weight loss c. Result in a decrease in the number of fat cells d. Lead to a depletion of adipose tissue Section Four 1) Body mass index (BMI) is calculated as a. Percentage of body fat x waist circumference (in.) b. (height/weight) x 100 c. [705 x weight (lb)]/[height(in)] d. Weight (kg)/[height (m)] 2 2) A person with a BMI of 22 is a. Obese b. Overweight but not obese c. Quite fit d. Underweight 3) The maximum amount of oxygen used in a minute of exercise is the a. Aerobic threshold b. Lactate threshold c. Oxygen debt d. V o 2 max Section Five 1) Which of the following is a molecule used by the cells to energize the ATP molecule? a. An amino acid b. Actomycin c. Glycogen d. Glucose
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Unit Seven Test on April 28, 2017 2) When muscle contraction begins, glycogen is converted to a. Creatine b. Creatinine c. Lactic acid d. Pyruvic acid 3) During aerobic exercise, pyruvic acid is converted to a. CO 2 and H 2 O b. Glycogen c. Lactic acid d. Phosphocreatine 4) During anaerobic exercise, pyruvic acid is converted to a. CO 2 and H 2 O b. Glycogen c. Lactic acid d. Phosphocreatine 5) When produced during exercise, which of the following results in oxygen debt? a. ATP b. Glycogen c. Lactic acid d. Pyruvic acid 6) Slow-twitch muscle fiber is classified as an a. Type I b. Type IIA c. Type IIB d. Type III 7) The reddish color of slow-twitch muscle fibers is due to the presence of a. Actomyosin b. Creatine c. Myoglobin d. Pyruvic acid Section Six 1) Which of the following, as used by athletes, is used to reduce swelling in joints? a. Creatine b. Caffeine c. Cortisone d. Testosterone 2) Caffeine is thought to aid endurance athletes by a. Conserving creatine b. Conserving stored O 2 c. Stimulating the release of free amino acids d. Stimulating the release of fatty acids 3) Anabolic steroids a. Build muscles without exercise b. Increase sexual drive
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Unit Seven Test on April 28, 2017 c. Help build large muscles d. Make female athletes more feminine 4) Endorphins are a. Chemicals produced by the body that are similar to morphine b. Chemicals produced by the body that carry pain messages c. Chemicals produced by the body that stimulate muscle growth d. Synthetic drugs similar to morphine 5) Exercise is thought to help the brain work better by a.
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