5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Intestinal absorption of water is increased when?
- Energy Contents yield?
- Nervous System
- a Abnormal side pockets in the intestinal wall;
High fiber diet decreases formation,
- b Regulate GI activity
*Local system of nerves
*Central Nervous System
- c Fat yield twice the amt of energy (per unit wt) as proteins or carbs.
- d Broken down(Catabolism), known as glycolysis, occurs in the Cytoplasm in the Anaerobic. Produces +2 ATP molecules.
- e CHO(carbohydrate)is present
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- Inflammation of abnormal side pockets in the intestinal wall.
- * Receipt, maceration & transport of ingested substance & waste prod.
*Secretion of acid, mucus, digest enzymes, bile & oth materials
*Digestion of ingested foodstuffs
*Absorption of materials
*Storage of waste products
- *Mild exercise- enhances digestive
*Violent exercise- inhibits digestion
*Fluid speeds digestion
5 True/False questions
What is produced by Organic acid? → *Byproduct of cellular respiration
* Tissues generate more ATP produce more heat
*Influenced by hormones (thyroxine & epinephrine)
*Influenced by exercise & digestion
Hypothalamus → What is Inorganic substances necessary for body functions. i.e. muscle contraction Essential to health?
Digestion in Small Stomach/ Small Intestine → *duodenum
Krebs Cycle → *AKA (Citric Acid Cycle)
*Handles other substrates
*Intermediate molecules used: proteins & lipids
*Replenishment of intermediates necessary
How is Heat Primarily Dissipated? → (and essential fatty acids), Amino acids that are needed, but cannot be made by the body; they must be eatin in foods.
* Nine of the twenty amino acids that are essential nutrients: lysine, methionine, threonine, tryptophan, leucine, isoleucine, valine, phenylalanine, and histidine