5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Basal Metabolism
- Digestion in Small Stomach/ Small Intestine
- Stomach Digestion
- a Broken down(Catabolism), known as glycolysis, occurs in the Cytoplasm in the Anaerobic. Produces +2 ATP molecules.
- b The least amt of energy needed to maintain life while body is at rest.
- c *duodenum
- d *Nutrients absorbed from the digestive tract are used for all the body's cellular activities; Catabolism & Anabolism.
*Glucose is the main energy source for body cells, the building blocks of fats & protein may metabolize for energy.
- e 1. Semi-liquid & contains ~50% water
*Food remain in stomach about 0.5-2hr
*Gastric juice (mucus, HCL)=2000-2500 mL/d
3. Food Leaves:
*CHO:protein;lipid(takes the longest)
4. Stomach emptied in 1-4 hr
*Strenuous Exercise may delay gastric emptying by decreased blood flow
*Lipid & protein delay gastric emptying
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Amino Acids (Essential & Non-Essential)
- Hard, dry, infrequent stools
Reduced by high fiber, fluid intake, exercise
- 1. Chemical reactions generating ATP from nutrients.
*Glucose: is broken down
*ATP thru glycolysis (anerobic resp)
*Krebs cycle(Aitric Acid cycle)
*Electron Transport (energy released to make ATP & Hydrogen)
2. The process in which the cell burns glucose to create ATP with the aid of oxygen. Cells have two different methods of turning food into usable fuel: aerobic respiration and anaerobic respiration.
- Amino acids to proteins, glucose to starch
- *Surface of Skin
*Second, thru expiration of air
*Elimination of urine & Feces
5 True/False Questions
Glycogenolysis → (Catabolism/break down)Glycogen to glucose
Absorptive Mechanisms → *Passive diffusion
Glucose Metabolism → Carb-> Glycogen->glucose ->glycogen
Gastric Emptying → *High CHO, osmolality, protein/amino acids & low pH
Chyme → Well liquefied mass in stomach ->(pylorus)