HLSC 1200U Lecture Notes - Lecture 22: Blood Sugar, Catabolism, Heat Capacity

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1) Given that if AB+C ABC what type of reaction and metabolic reaction is this?
a. Synthesis, catabolic
b. Exchange, catabolic
c. Synthesis, anabolic
d. Reversible, anabolic
2) After the intake of a strawberry smoothie which feedback will bring the body to homeostasis?
a. Negative Feedback
b. Either Positive or Negative Feedback
c. Positive Feedback
d. It all depends on the amount sugar since it can affect blood sugar
3) Water has high specific heat as a property, what other properties does water not have?
a. High heat of vaporization
b. Weak polarity
c. Adhesion and cohesion properties
d. Water takes a long time to heat and or cool
4) When you experience a bacterial infection, your immune system sends chemicals to signal the
brains hypothalamus to “turn up” the _____________ temperature causing the body to shiver
a. Set point
b. Effector
c. Sensor
d. Feed forward
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5) Which is not an major element present in the human body?
a. O2
b. C
c. Fe+
d. H+
6) When substances are combined to make more complex substances it is called:
a. Decomposition rxn
b. Synthesis rxn
c. Exchange rxn
d. Reversible rxn
7) Which of the following is incorrect in reference to carbohydrates?
a. They include substances referred to as glucose
b. They serve critical structural roles in RNA and DNA
c. They represent a primary source of chemical energy for body cells.
d. They are replete with Nitrogen atoms
8) Proteins are composed of ____ commonly occurring amino acids
a. 8
b. 12
c. 21
d. 24
9) Amino acids become joined by
a. Peptide bonds
b. Hydrogen bonds
c. Covalent bonds
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d. Amino acidic bonds
10) Which is not an example of proteins?
a. Hormones
b. Antibodies
c. Urine
d. Enzymes
11) Which of the following is the correct example of DNA and RNA base pairing?
a. Adenine-cytosine, Adenine-uracil
b. Guanine-adenine, Uracil- thymine
c. Adenine-thymine, Guanine-cytosine
d. Guanine-thymine, Uracil-guanine
12) A DNA molecule contains all except
a. Sugar
b. Nitrogenous base
c. Nuclear Envelope
d. Phosphate
13) DNA differs from RNA in that:
a. RNA contains ribose instead of deoxyribose
b. RNA contains thymine instead of uracil
c. RNA contains a double polynucleotide strand
d. There is a small difference but not significant
14) The thumb is considered to be______ to the little finger
a. Lateral
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The practice questions are designed to simulate an actual exam so that students can gauge their knowledge and obtain experience in writing exams. Please note, the practice exam in no way reflects the material that will be on the actual exam, nor the difficulty, nor the structure and is not affiliated with the course or professor. It is simply practice and bears no marks: given that if ab+c abc what type of reaction and metabolic reaction is this, synthesis, catabolic, exchange, catabolic c. Synthesis, anabolic: reversible, anabolic, after the intake of a strawberry smoothie which feedback will bring the body to homeostasis, negative feedback, either positive or negative feedback, positive feedback d. Sensor: feed forward, which is not an major element present in the human body, o2, c c. Initiators: molecules that are acted upon by enzymes are known as, diploid, substrates, active sites d.

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