question 39.Which one of these compounds is not the result of the breakdown of the energy-releasing nutrients?a. Glycerolb. Glucosec. Fatty acidsd. Disaccharidese. Amino acids
What does the body do with the chemical energy of food that is not converted to the chemical energy of ATP?a. Converts it to carbon dioxide that is then expelled through the lungsb. Stores it in the body’s fat cellsc. Radiates it as heatd. Converts it to electromagnetic radiatione. Removes it through the kidneysquestion 37.In what process are the mitochondria of the cells involved?a. Lipid synthesisb. Conversion of pyruvate to ATPc. Hydrolysis of glycogen to glucosed. Cholesterol synthesise. Lipid synthesis
question36.Anabolism is the opposite of catabolism in that in anabolism _________.a. compounds are broken down.b. ADP is created.c. ATP is broken down.d. energy is released.e. energy is required.
question 34.What is fibrin?a. A sterolb. An antigenc. A light-sensitive proteind. A blood clotting proteine. An antibody
Ribosome is composed of RNA and protein and can be thought of as ________.a. a protein transportation machineb. a protein-making machinec. an immune boosterd. a template for protein synthesise. a protein pool
What happens when pepsin enters the small intestine?a. It is digested due to the high pH.b. It activates HCl.c. It denatures protein structures.d. It cleaves proteins into smaller peptides and some free amino acids.e. It inhibits pepsinogen synthesis.question 31
Intestinal tripeptidases cleave ________.a. tripeptides