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NUTR 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: List Of File Formats, Myoglobin, Santorio Santorio

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5th century:: the earliest known records of our understanding of nutrients in the western world come from. 500 bc: anaxagoras reasoned that food became
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NUTR 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Superoxide Dismutase, Glutathione Peroxidase, Reactive Oxygen Species

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NUTR 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Atwater System, Nutrition, Energy Economics

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De ning energy metabolism: energy metabolism: de ned as the sum of all chemical reactions in obtaining and utilizing food energy. Requires the quanti c
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NUTR 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Branched-Chain Amino Acid, Myocyte, Urea Cycle

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Carbon skeleton metabolism metabolization of energy from amino acid carbon skeletons. Goals of metabolic integration: the goal of metabolism is to main
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NUTR 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Essential Amino Acid, Portal Venous System, Portal Vein

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Unit 7: protein classi cation, digestion, metabolism, and impact on health. On average the body is made up of: water: ~55-65, fat: ~20-25, cho: ~0. 5,
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3210 Lecture 6: Unit 6 - Lipids

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Butyric acid is the product of bacterial action in the rumen of dairy cows (remember vfas: other saturated fa include palmitic acid with 16 carbons, no
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3210 Lecture 5: Unit 5- Carbohydrates

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We will describe them as poly hydroxy aldehydes and ketones, although the name carbohydrate is still used today: major source of fuel/energy in the bod
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NUTR 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Retinyl Palmitate, Retinol Binding Protein, Thyroid Hormone Receptor

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NUTR 3210 Lecture 1: NUTR3210Summary

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NUTR 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Standard Deviation

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What are the dietary reference intakes (dri"s)? o. There are several numerical values that are part of the dri"s and as we will see later, each of thes
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NUTR 3210 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Potato Chip, Atwater System, Kjeldahl Method

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Unit 2: food/feed composition analysis and digestive systems. Food composition analysis: refers to the development, application, and study of analytica
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3210 Lecture 4: Unit 4 - Review of Intermediary Metabolism

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Metabolism overview: general diagram of energy metabolism, showing how paths interconnect and how metabolites are recycled. It is very important to nut
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