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The seven Ds of Decision Making:
Define the situation.
Describe and collect needed information.
Develop agreement among those involved.
Decide which alternative is best.
Do what is indicated (begin implementation
Quiz Fall 15
1. Adenosine triphosphate (ATP) is a molecule
A. that contains high energy bonds.
B. that is important for many different processes in organisms.
C. formed through the break-down of food.
D. All of the above are correct
*NOTE: I have included the answers to the study questions since I am posting
them so close to the exam dates. Be sure you understand the role of the hormones
ADH, renin, angiotensin and aldosterone in the regulation of fluid b
Case Study 11-1: Supplemental Vitamin A1
Beth H. is a 29-year-old professional woman with a family history of osteoporosis. She weighs 135 pounds and is 66
inches tall. She eats a varied diet that includes meat, fish, and poultry and she cons
Economies of Scale- the situation in which companies can reduce their production costs if they can
purchase raw materials in bulk; the average cost of goods goes down as production levels increase.
Fayols Principle of Organization- Unity of Command, Hiera
Case Study 6-1: Protein Adequacy
Erin is a 28-year-old professional woman who is 5 feet 8 inches tall and vigilantly maintains her weight at 118
pounds by following a lacto-ovo (non-fat milk and egg whites only) vegetarian diet that supplies
1. How many milligrams in a gram?
2. How many grams in one pound?
3. How many liters in a quart?
4. How many milliliters in a liter?
5. How many ml (milliliters) in 1 tablespoon?
6. What is the AI for sodium for a 20 year old
1. The main function of the esophagus is to
A. digest proteins.
B. digest carbohydrates.
C.transport food from the mouth to the stomach.
D. transport food from the small intestine to the large intestine
2. The digestive juices