5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Small intestine, Testicles, Kidney, and Skin.
- Weighs 1/40 of the body weight and is fueled by glucose
- Glucose- in our blood, Fructose- in fruit, Galactose- in milk
- Fats, Sodium, Cholesterol
- a List 3 items we should reduce in our diets.
- b If the liver were removed or malfunctioning where else can cholesterol be made?
- c Related to cholesterol and the buildup of cholesterol-containing plaque in the arteries.
- d Identify 3 examples of monosaccharides and what the sugar is found in.
- e How much does does the human brain weigh and what is it fueled by?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- List 2 items we should increase in our diets.
- Small carbohydrates are MORE or LESS soluble than larger ones.
- Carbohydrates are classified according to these two criteria.
- Primitive man emerged in two forms. List and explain them.
- Man emerged a meat eater and cholesterol became a vital part of his chemical makeup. What happened during lean periods of hunting and starvation?
5 True/False Questions
1:2:1 → Small carbohydrates are MORE or LESS soluble than larger ones.
There is a constant food supply? → Why might people be prone to weight gain today?
Polysaccharide → Long chain-like polymers that make ideal storage products due to their insolubility
Have single bonds between carbon atoms, Originate from animal sources, Are solid at room temperature → What are 3 featuresof unsaturated fatty acids?
The raw fuel for cellular energy production → What do carbohydrates provide to cells?