A 80120 g100 ml 4467 mm d all of the above b 80120

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A) 80–120 g/100 mL (4.4–6.7 mM) D) All of the above B) 80–120 mg/100 mL (4.4–6.7 mM) E) None of the above C) 80–120 mg/100 mL (4.4–6.7 µM) 11. What are some of the advantages of having glycogen as a readily available glucose source?
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12. What are the three steps in glycogen degradation? 13. What are the fates of the glucose-1-phosphate derived from glycogen? 14. Draw a structure showing the most common linkage between glucose units found in glycogen. 15. Why does liver possess a specific enzyme that can cleave glucose 6-phosphate to form glucose and orthophosphate? 16. Why must glycogen control be manifested differently in muscle and liver? 17. How does insulin stimulate glycogen synthesis? 18. Consider the effects of epinephrine on glycogen metabolism in muscle. Place the following steps of the reaction cascade in the proper sequence. (a) phosphorylation of protein kinase (b) formation of cAMP by adenylate kinase (c) phosphorylation of phosphorylase b (d) hormone binding to target receptors (e) phosphorylation of glycogen synthase a and phosphorylase kinase (Answers to the multiple-choice questions: 1-D, 2-C, 3-D, 4-C, 5-A, 6-D, 7-A, 8-A, 9-E, 10-B.)
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