1. Describe how anabolism and catabolism are coupled and state the three primary molecules necessary for the coupling.
1. Compare the process of oxidation and reduction.
2. Compare the process of substrate phosphorylation to oxidative phosphorylation.
3. Outline the complete breakdown of one molecule of glucose into ATP, CO2, and H2O.
4. State the area of occurrence, starting products, ending products, O2 requirement, and ATP production for glycolysis, Kreb, and the electron transport system.
5. Describe the fate of glucose in the absence of oxygen, during storage, and in the manufacture of lipids and proteins.
6. Compare and contrast the absorptive state to the post-absorptive in terms of basic strategies and principle hormones.
7. Explain the principle products of fasting/starvation.
8. Describe the mechanisms of heat loss and heat gain.
9. List the levels and symptoms of hypothermia and hyperthermia.
10. Describe the regulation and hormonal control of food intake.
11. Match the principle minerals and vitamins to their functions.
Essential fatty acids
Essential amino acids
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