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5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- FLuid compartments
- Types of muslce
- a Skeletal muscle(bone), cardiac muscle(heart), smooth muscle( stomach)
- b inside the cells
- c 1. Intracellular
- d (cyanocobalamin) new cell synthesis maintenance of nerve cells
- e Lack or loss of appetite, resulting in the inability to eat
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- refer to a set of nutirent-based values that serve for both assessing and planning diets.
- fluid between the cells, or in the tissues
- A cholesterol-carrying particle in the blood, made up of cholesterol and other lipids surrounded by a single layer of phospholipids in which proteins are embedded. An HDL particle carries less cholesterol than a related lipoprotein, LDL, and may be correlated with a decreased risk of blood vessel blockage. (good choresteral)
- basic building blocks of protein molecules
- Sodium, Potassium, CHloride, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sulfur.
5 True/False Questions
Type 2 diabetis → Epithelial, connective, Muscle, and Nervous
Active transport → the movement of small molecules across the membrane of a cell by diffusion.
Active Transport → No cellular energy is required to move substances from high concentration to a low concentration
Passive transport → involves a chemical activity that allows the cell to admit larger molecules than would otherwise be possible.
Blood Buffers → Chemical sponges circulating throughout the body in pairs, neutralizing excess acids or bases by contributing or accepting H+