A glucose b glucose 6 phosphate c fructose 6

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a. Glucose b. Glucose-6-phosphate c. Fructose-6-phosphate d. Glucose-1-phosphate
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1/9/11 Integrating Metabolism 4. During times of starvation (starting after a few days of starvation) you will still see some levels of ___________ in the blood and there will be an increase in ____________ and an increase in ________ in the blood. a. Glucose, glycogen breakdown, ketones b. Ketones, fatty acid degradation, glucose
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1/9/11 Integrating Metabolism 4. During times of starvation (starting after a few days of starvation) you will still see some levels of ___________ in the blood and there will be an increase in ____________ and an increase in ________ in the blood. a. Glucose, glycogen breakdown, ketones b. Ketones, fatty acid degradation, glucose
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1/9/11 Integrating Metabolism 5. The Cori cycle describes the relationship between the ________and ___________ which shares metabolites of ________ and __________. a. Liver, brain, glucose, acetyl-CoA b. Skeletal muscle, brain, glucose, lactate c. Liver, skeletal muscle, glucose, lactate d. Liver, skeletal muscle, glucose, acetyl-CoA
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1/9/11 Integrating Metabolism 5. The Cori cycle describes the relationship between the ________and ___________ which shares metabolites of ________ and __________. a. Liver, brain, glucose, acetyl-CoA b. Skeletal muscle, brain, glucose, lactate c. Liver, skeletal muscle, glucose, lactate d. Liver, skeletal muscle, glucose, acetyl-CoA
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1/9/11 6. Fill in the appropriate terms to the following incomplete statements: Fatty acids are stored in _______ and are oxidized in the _______ and the ________ Ketone bodies are produced by the _______ as a fuel source for the _______ under starvation conditions.
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1/9/11 6. Fill in the appropriate terms to the following incomplete statements: Fatty acids are stored in ___e____ and are oxidized in the ___ a ____ and the ___ d _____ Ketone bodies are produced by the ___ a ____ as a fuel source for the ___ b ____ under starvation conditions.
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1/9/11 The Cori Cycle is responsible for the presence of two compounds in the blood – glucose and a. Lactose b. Galactose c. Malate d. Lactate e. Sucrose
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1/9/11 The Cori Cycle is responsible for the presence of two compounds in the blood – glucose and a. Lactose b. Galactose c. Malate d. Lactate e. Sucrose
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1/9/11 Long distance runners often encounter a feeling known as “hitting the wall” that occurs as a result of: a. Depletion of glucose b. Depletion Fatty Acids c. Depletion of glycogen d. Depletion of pyruvate
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1/9/11 Long distance runners often encounter a feeling known as “hitting the wall” that occurs as a result of: a. Depletion of glucose b. Depletion Fatty Acids c. Depletion of glycogen d. Depletion of pyruvate
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1/9/11 The major source of ATP in anaerobic exercise, such as weight-lifting, is a. Glucose b. Creatine c. Glycogen d. Fatty Acids e. Protein f. A and B
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1/9/11 Hormones 1. Which tissues are targeted by epinephrine?
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