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Title: Chapter 24 - Nutrition, Metabolism, and Body Temperature Regulation


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Chapter 24 - Nutrition, Metabolism, and Body
Temperature Regulation
Absorption and Energy Balance
Minerals and Vitamins
General Metabolism
Metabolism of Nutrients
Nutrition
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FINAL ROUND
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Nutrition 100 Question
  • The nutrient used almost exclusively for ATP
    production is
  • a. amino acids.
  • b. fatty acids.
  • c. fructose.
  • d. glucose.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Nutrition 100 Answer
  • The nutrient used almost exclusively for ATP
    production is
  • a. amino acids.
  • b. fatty acids.
  • c. fructose.
  • d. glucose.

BACK TO GAME
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Nutrition 200 Question
  • These nutrients form enzymes and some hormones.
  • a. Amino acids
  • b. Fatty acids
  • c. Monosaccharides
  • d. Triglycerides

ANSWER
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Nutrition 200 Answer
  • These nutrients form enzymes and some hormones.
  • a. Amino acids
  • b. Fatty acids
  • c. Monosaccharides
  • d. Triglycerides

BACK TO GAME
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Nutrition 300 Question
  • Which of the following is an essential fatty
    acid?
  • a. Triglyceride
  • b. Linoleic acid
  • c. Leucine
  • d. Tyrosine

ANSWER
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Nutrition 300 Answer
  • Which of the following is an essential fatty
    acid?
  • a. Triglyceride
  • b. Linoleic acid
  • c. Leucine
  • d. Tyrosine

BACK TO GAME
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Nutrition 400 Question
  • Which of the following is a lipid that is not
    used for energy?
  • a. Triglyceride
  • b. Fatty acid
  • c. Cholesterol
  • d. Saturated fat

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Nutrition 400 Answer
  • Which of the following is a lipid that is not
    used for energy?
  • a. Triglyceride
  • b. Fatty acid
  • c. Cholesterol
  • d. Saturated fat

BACK TO GAME
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Nutrition 500 Question
  • A negative nitrogen balance would be present in
    which situation?
  • a. Pregnancy
  • b. Growth
  • c. Starvation
  • d. All of the above

ANSWER
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Nutrition 500 Answer
  • A negative nitrogen balance would be present in
    which situation?
  • a. Pregnancy
  • b. Growth
  • c. Starvation
  • d. All of the above

BACK TO GAME
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Minerals and Vitamins 100 Question
  • All of the following are fat-soluble vitamins
    except
  • a. vitamin A.
  • b. vitamin C.
  • c. vitamin D.
  • d. vitamin K.

ANSWER
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Minerals and Vitamins 100 Answer
  • All of the following are fat-soluble vitamins
    except
  • a. vitamin A.
  • b. vitamin C.
  • c. vitamin D.
  • d. vitamin K.

BACK TO GAME
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Minerals and Vitamins 200 Question
  • Most vitamins are used as
  • a. fuel.
  • b. building blocks.
  • c. coenzymes.
  • d. hormones.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Minerals and Vitamins 200 Answer
  • Most vitamins are used as
  • a. fuel.
  • b. building blocks.
  • c. coenzymes.
  • d. hormones.

BACK TO GAME
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Minerals and Vitamins 300 Question
  • This mineral is widely distributed in our plasma
    and tissue fluid (extracellular fluid).
  • a. Iron
  • b. Calcium
  • c. Sodium
  • d. Potassium

ANSWER
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Minerals and Vitamins 300 Answer
  • This mineral is widely distributed in our plasma
    and tissue fluid (extracellular fluid).
  • a. Iron
  • b. Calcium
  • c. Sodium
  • d. Potassium

BACK TO GAME
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Minerals and Vitamins 400 Question
  • This mineral is the most abundant mineral in the
    human body.
  • a. Iron
  • b. Calcium
  • c. Sodium
  • d. Potassium

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Minerals and Vitamins 400 Answer
  • This mineral is the most abundant mineral in the
    human body.
  • a. Iron
  • b. Calcium
  • c. Sodium
  • d. Potassium

BACK TO GAME
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Minerals and Vitamins 500 Question
  • All of the following foods are rich in minerals
    except
  • a. vegetables.
  • b. olive oil.
  • c. milk.
  • d. legumes.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Minerals and Vitamins 500 Answer
  • All of the following foods are rich in minerals
    except
  • a. vegetables.
  • b. olive oil.
  • c. milk.
  • d. legumes.

BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 100 Question
  • The primary function of cellular respiration is
  • a. to synthesize proteins.
  • b. to store energy.
  • c. to produce ATP.
  • d. to provide oxygen to the cells.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 100 Answer
  • The primary function of cellular respiration is
  • a. to synthesize proteins.
  • b. to store energy.
  • c. to produce ATP.
  • d. to provide oxygen to the cells.

BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 200 Question
  • The end product of glycolysis is
  • a. glucose.
  • b. pyruvic acid.
  • c. ATP.
  • d. fructose-6-phosphate.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 200 Answer
  • The end product of glycolysis is
  • a. glucose.
  • b. pyruvic acid.
  • c. ATP.
  • d. fructose-6-phosphate.

BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 300 Question
  • Which of the following occurs in the cytoplasm?
  • a. Glycolysis
  • b. The Krebs cycle
  • c. The electron transport chain
  • d. Oxidative phosphorylation

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 300 Answer
  • Which of the following occurs in the cytoplasm?
  • a. Glycolysis
  • b. The Krebs cycle
  • c. The electron transport chain
  • d. Oxidative phosphorylation

BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 400 Question
  • ATP can be produced from all of the following
    except
  • a. glycolysis.
  • b. oxidative phosphorylation.
  • c. chemiosmotic processes.
  • d. ATP can be formed from all of the above.

ANSWER
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General Metabolism 400 Answer
  • ATP can be produced from all of the following
    except
  • a. glycolysis.
  • b. oxidative phosphorylation.
  • c. chemiosmotic processes.
  • d. ATP can be formed from all of the above.

BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 500 Question
  • All of the following statements are true of redox
    reactions except
  • a. oxidized substances may gain oxygen.
  • b. oxidized substances may lose hydrogen.
  • c. reduced substances lose energy.
  • d. redox reactions are catalyzed by enzymes.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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General Metabolism 500 Answer
  • All of the following statements are true of redox
    reactions except
  • a. oxidized substances may gain oxygen.
  • b. oxidized substances may lose hydrogen.
  • c. reduced substances lose energy.
  • d. redox reactions are catalyzed by enzymes.

BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 100 Question
  • Which of the following substances is not a
    product of the Krebs cycle?
  • a. Pyruvic acid
  • b. Carbon dioxide
  • c. NADH
  • d. ATP

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 100 Answer
  • Which of the following substances is not a
    product of the Krebs cycle?
  • a. Pyruvic acid
  • b. Carbon dioxide
  • c. NADH
  • d. ATP

BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 200 Question
  • Which of the following are lipids that are
    routinely used for energy?
  • a. Phospholipids
  • b. Steroids
  • c. Triglycerides
  • d. Amino acids

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 200 Answer
  • Which of the following are lipids that are
    routinely used for energy?
  • a. Phospholipids
  • b. Steroids
  • c. Triglycerides
  • d. Amino acids

BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 300 Question
  • Glucose molecules are combined to form glycogen
    in a process called
  • a. gluconeogenesis.
  • b. glycogenesis.
  • c. glycogenolysis.
  • d. glycolysis.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 300 Answer
  • Glucose molecules are combined to form glycogen
    in a process called
  • a. gluconeogenesis.
  • b. glycogenesis.
  • c. glycogenolysis.
  • d. glycolysis.

BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 400 Question
  • Metabolic acidosis can result from an
    accumulation of ______ in the blood.
  • a. ketones
  • b. triglycerides
  • c. carbon dioxide
  • d. chylomicrons

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 400 Answer
  • Metabolic acidosis can result from an
    accumulation of ______ in the blood.
  • a. ketones
  • b. triglycerides
  • c. carbon dioxide
  • d. chylomicrons

BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 500 Question
  • All of the following are pathways of glucose
    catabolism except
  • a. glycolysis.
  • b. gluconeogenesis.
  • c. the Krebs cycle.
  • d. the electron transport chain.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Metabolism of Nutrients 500 Answer
  • All of the following are pathways of glucose
    catabolism except
  • a. glycolysis.
  • b. gluconeogenesis.
  • c. the Krebs cycle.
  • d. the electron transport chain.

BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 100 Question
  • Which of the following is a product of
    catabolism?
  • a. Oxygen
  • b. Proteins
  • c. Heat
  • d. Oxygen and heat

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 100 Answer
  • Which of the following is a product of
    catabolism?
  • a. Oxygen
  • b. Proteins
  • c. Heat
  • d. Oxygen and heat

BACK TO GAME
44
Absorption and Energy Balance 200 Question
  • Which of the following is a substance that
    transports cholesterol to the liver for
    degradation?
  • a. Very low density lipoprotein (VLDL)
  • b. Low-density lipoprotein (LDL)
  • c. High-density lipoprotein (HDL)
  • d. Chylomicron

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 200 Answer
  • Which of the following is a substance that
    transports cholesterol to the liver for
    degradation?
  • a. Very low density lipoprotein (VLDL)
  • b. Low-density lipoprotein (LDL)
  • c. High-density lipoprotein (HDL)
  • d. Chylomicron

BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 300 Question
  • Insulin promotes all of the following except
  • a. gluconeogenesis.
  • b. protein synthesis.
  • c. glycogenesis.
  • d. lipogenesis.

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 300 Answer
  • Insulin promotes all of the following except
  • a. gluconeogenesis.
  • b. protein synthesis.
  • c. glycogenesis.
  • d. lipogenesis.

BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 400 Question
  • Which of the following is the critical factor
    influencing BMR?
  • a. Age
  • b. Body surface area
  • c. Weight
  • d. Gender

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 400 Answer
  • Which of the following is the critical factor
    influencing BMR?
  • a. Age
  • b. Body surface area
  • c. Weight
  • d. Gender

BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 500 Question
  • Which of the following substances does not play a
    role in appetite suppression and satiety?
  • a. Neuropeptide Y
  • b. Leptin
  • c. Insulin
  • d. Cholecystokinin

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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Absorption and Energy Balance 500 Answer
  • Which of the following substances does not play a
    role in appetite suppression and satiety?
  • a. Neuropeptide Y
  • b. Leptin
  • c. Insulin
  • d. Cholecystokinin

BACK TO GAME
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FINAL ROUND Question
  • An excess of this nutrient has been linked to
    bone loss.
  • a. Glucose
  • b. Saturated fat
  • c. Protein
  • d. Vitamin A

ANSWER
BACK TO GAME
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FINAL ROUND Answer
  • An excess of this nutrient has been linked to
    bone loss.
  • a. Glucose
  • b. Saturated fat
  • c. Protein
  • d. Vitamin A

BACK TO GAME
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