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5 Matching questions

  1. Gastric Emptying Slowed by?
  2. Metabolic Rate
  3. Glycogenesis
  4. Nervous System
  5. Synthesis
  1. a Amino acids to proteins, glucose to starch
  2. b *Amount of energy generated from nutrients in a given period.
    *Varies per individual
  3. c *High CHO, osmolality, protein/amino acids & low pH
  4. d (Anabolism/build up)Glucose to glycogen
  5. e Regulate GI activity
    *Local system of nerves
    *Central Nervous System

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Carb-> Glycogen->glucose ->glycogen
  2. *Pores; carriers; pumps; pinocytosis (drinking in)
    * Not just a process of diffusion
    *Active "shuttle" transport
    *Are selective
    *Carriers are specific
    *Take energy (kCal) for digestion; Dietary induced thermagenesis
  3. *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.
  4. Lymph
  5. Broken down(Catabolism), known as glycolysis, occurs in the Cytoplasm in the Anaerobic. Produces +2 ATP molecules.

5 True/False questions

  1. Glycogen breaks down (Catabolism) to?Amino Acids (Essential & Non-Essential)

          

  2. the direct transfer of heat from one substance to another substance that it is touching. i.e. ice pack, touching hot tea cupConvection

          

  3. Saliva Glands*Watery-dissolve Food
    *Mucus-makes food stick together
    *Salivary amylase-begins starch digestion in mouth

          

  4. When at rest.Amino acids to proteins, glucose to starch

          

  5. Absorption in Small Intestines takes place thru?*Pores; carriers; pumps; pinocytosis (drinking in)
    * Not just a process of diffusion
    *Active "shuttle" transport
    *Are selective
    *Carriers are specific
    *Take energy (kCal) for digestion; Dietary induced thermagenesis