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Liz AP2 Nutrition QR

AP2 QR Nutrition

___ refers to the food and nutrients we eat Nutrition
The liver cells synthesize protein compounds called ___ Plasma Proteins
Glycolysis takes place in the ___ Cytoplasm
The citrix acid cycle take place in the ___ Mitochondril
The use the body makes of food after they have been digested, absorbed and circulated to the cells ___ Metabolism
T/F - Catabolism builds food molecules into complex structures FALSE - Anabolism builds
T/F - The liver removes toxins from the blood TRUE
T/F - Prothrombin maintains normal blood volume FALSE - Prothrombin is a glycoprotein that's a blood-clotting protein, used to measure how long it takes for blood to clot
T/F - The electron transport chain utilizes high energy protons TRUE
Carbohydrate catabolism reunites ___ with a phosphate ADP
Excess glucose is converted to ___ by the liver Glycogen
The process in which amino acids or fatty acids are converted to glucose is ___ Glyconeogenesis
___ reduces blood sugar Insulin
A process that does not require O2 is said to be Anaerobic
A process that requires O2 is said to be Aerobic
Energy is released from ATP when a ___ is broken Bond
The stomach empties quickly after a meal of ____ Carbohydrates
An increase in blood sugar is known as ____ Hyperglycemia
Glucose can be stored in bundles called ___ Glycogen
If the storage area (liver and muscle cells) for glucose are full, it will next be stored in the ___ Adipose Tissue
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