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3.3 #1
3.3 #2
3.3 #3
100
Vitamins A, D, E & K are considered.....
What are fat soluble vitamins?
100
An animal hormone whose presence informs the body cells that the animal is well fed, causing liver and muscle cells to take in glucose.
What is insulin?
100
The controlled release of energy in the form of ATP from organic compounds in cells.
What is cellular respiration?
100
This is where the Krebs cycle and the ETC take place.
What is inside the mitochondria?
100
This is where Glycolysis takes place __________
What is the cytoplasm?
200
This macronutrient is composed of up to twenty different "building blocks."
What are proteins?
200
This hormone, secreted by the brain, does essentially the same function as glucagon....just much faster. Double points if you can think of both terms for this hormone.
What is adrenaline and/or epinephrine?
200
When blood sugar levels become low, the pancreas releases _________ . This hormone signals the breakdown of __________.
What is glucagon : glycogen?
200
When ATP becomes ADP, it loses one of these.
What is a phosphate group?
200
Glucose is a storage molecule and when it's bonds are broken, it releases energy to create this molecule? (spell it out)
What is adenosine triphosphate?
300
This component of a healthy diet helps slow blood glucose levels, lower insulin requirements and help regulate bowel functioning/
What is fiber?
300
This term means, “to change, convert or transform”.
What is metabolism?
300
While at rest, your body will restore your glycogen stores through this process.
What is glycogenesis?
300
This is the energy system with the shortest duration of activity?
What is the creatine phosphate system?
300
As you begin to tire while exercising you start to transition from aerobic to anaerobic work. During this time you are experiencing this.
What is oxygen deficit?
400
This is the polysaccharide in which animals store energy.
What is glycogen?
400
When my blood sugar levels are too low, a hormone will be released by my ____________ to eventually raise my blood sugar levels/
What is the pancreas?
400
In order to convert lipids/fatty acids into glucose, this specific process must happen.
What is beta oxidation?
400
During muscle contraction, ATP is used to shorten the length of the muscle (contract) as well as to release this.
What is the actin-myosin cross bridge?
400
This is the technical name for glycolysis under anaerobic conditions.
What is the lactic acid system?
500
These bad boys will stay solid at room temperature where their counterparts won't.
What are saturated fatty acids / saturated fats?
500
Blood concentrations of this go upsignificantly when you start (and continue) to exercise.
What is glucagon?
500
The process of converting a non-carbohydrate molecules to useable glucose.
What is gluconeogenesis?
500
This form of respiration produces up to 38 molecules of ATP
What is aerobic respiration?
500
Explain the process of going from glycogen to ATP (use ALL the G words necessary)
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