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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. catabolic reaction
  2. fatty acids
  3. Anaerobic metabolism
  4. Carb
  5. glycogenolysis
  1. a breaking down of substrate into molecules
  2. b breaking down of glycogen into glucose
  3. c -no oxygen required
    -generates energy, CO2, and lactid acid
    -lactic acid decreases production of useful energy, diminishing intensity or speed of activity
    - energy is made available quickly to muscle
    -major energy source during high-intensity, short duration activity
    -only uses carbohydrate
  4. d -even number of 4 to 24 carbon atoms bound in chain
    -saturated, monosaturated, polysaturated
  5. e Made up of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Sucrose, Lactose, Maltose
  2. sum of all chemical reactions that occur in the body
  3. -protein molecules that facilitate a chemical reaction

    -lower energy necessary for reaction to take place

    -facilitate and increase speed of reaction
  4. forming of product from molecules
  5. carbs, fats, proteins

5 True/False questions

  1. Triglyceride-form on fatty acids stored in fat cells

    -glycrol molecule plus 3 fatty acids

          

  2. NONESSENTIAL AMINO ACIDS (11)-must be ingested in food; canot be synthesized

          

  3. factors affecting speed of facilitation:temperature, acidity, need for coenzymes

          

  4. glycognenisisbreaking down of glycogen into glucose

          

  5. Aerobic metabolism-oxygen required
    -generates energy, CO2, and water
    - used at rest, during long-duration, lower intensity activity
    -examples.....
    - cycling and distance running
    - most commonly involves carbohydrate and fat
    -can involve protein