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The hormone which stimulates fat synthesis from glucose is: insulin
Excessive fat metabolism, e.g. in unmanaged Type I diabetics, can lead to accumulation of _____ and acidosis. ketone bodies
T,F Fats are readily converted to glucose when glycogen stores run low. False
Hypersecretion of insulin occurs in: Diabetes Type II reactive hypoglycemia
An excessive amount of ____ can cause hypoglycemia. insulin
Deamination results in molecules of ____ which are excreted through the kidneys. urea
Diabetes type I results from damage to the ______ pancreatic islet cells which secrete insufficient amounts of _______ beta, insulin
The hormone which stimulates glucose synthesis from amino acids during severe stress conditions is: cortisol
Management of diabetes Type I is through: administration of insulin
Replacing glucose used in metabolism is the main function in the: Post-absorptive phase
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