9 September 2015
Separation of a Mixture
In this lab, the focus was on a heterogeneous mixture and the physical properties of its four
components. A heterogeneous mixture is a non-uniform mixture that contains smaller parts. Through
Basic Metabolism Outline Guide
Catabolism- reactions that breaks things down
Anabolism- reactions that builds things up
Draw AND/OR know the anabolism and catabolism of protein, fats, and carbs.
Understand how all carbs, proteins, and
Functions of Blood
Transport oxygen away from the lungs and around the body; and CO2 from the body cells to the
Transport nutrients such as glucose and amino acids from the digestive system to the cells in our
Take waste products such
Use the text or the Internet to define the following terms. Knowing these terms will
help you understand the chapter.
Myogenic originating in muscle tissue
ATP a high energy molecule composed o
Chapter 4 Fat Outline
Define or know the difference between the following terms:
Simple lipid- compounds where the fatty acids are esterfied to a glycerol backbone like
mono-, di- and triglycerides
Complex lipid- lipids that cont
KIN 340L Lab Report #1
Body Composition (5 pts each)
Subject: Female, 45 years of age, 54 tall, weighs 179lbs and has a body fat of 35%.
1. Calculate the subjects BMI. Show your work.
179 X 0.45= 80.55kg
64 X 0.025= 1.6m
80.55kg/ (1.6m)2= 31.
Chapter 2: Optimizing Protein Consumption for Body Composition and Sports
1. How much leucine is required to maximize protein synthesis?
a. 2-3 grams of leucine is required to optimize protein synthesis.
2. How much p
Ch. 4: Body Systems
A. Body Cavities
a. There are 5 major body cavities
B. Body Systems
a. A body system is a group of organs and other structures that adapt to perform specific
b. There are several body systems:
i. Respiratory- lungs
KIN 385 Video Critique Three: High School and Collegiate Athletics
1. Who is the coach being chronicled in this video _Bob Hurley_
2. What is the name of the school _St. Anthony_ where is this school located _Jersey
Chapter 3 Carbohydrates Outline
Know all the differences between mono vs. disaccharides and the
names of each.
Monosaccharides- the smallest carbohydrate molecules
Glucose, fructose, galactose, ribose