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exercise metabolism

exercise physiology metabolism

Metabolism total of all chemical reactions that occur in the body.
Bioenergetics converting food stuffs into energy
What are the three common starches? Amylose, Amylopectin, Glycogen
What are the three types of fats? Triglyceride, Phospholipid, Sterol
What are the three types of basic energy systems? ATP-PCr system, Glycolytic, Oxidative
What do proteins serve as in the body? build and repair tissue, function as enzymes, carrier molecules
What are the three places that glycogen are stored? Muscle, Blood, Liver
Glycogenesis process by which glycogen is synthesized from glucose to be stored in the liver
What does the oxidative system relies on to breakdown fuels for energy Oxygen
What is the total number of ATP produced 22
Created by: glazenby2007