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Lecture 14

Lecture 14 - Hypothalamus & Homeostasis continued

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Department
Human Biology
Course
HMB200H1
Professor
John Yeomans
Semester
Winter

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HMB200H1S L14 Feb 29 2012Only part of body where glucose gets into cells wo insulindue to FeedingObesity bloodbrainbarrier st oeven when short on insulin brain always gets glucose 1 importantbrain stays fning so dont dieHypothal regulates thru seasonal infointernal body states ex temp fluids salt nutrients involved in energy regulation obrain always protected doesnt depend on pancreas for o key area of brain tiny lesionsdramatic changes in body glucose supply weighto smallof inputs important ex from fat cells leptin discovered 10 yrs ago o doesnt solve obesity since many factors in hypothal influencing body weight set pt o fatsmost important nutrient in regulating body weight Energy SourcesCarbohydrates o Glucose quickly broken down by digestive tract oOr complex chains of starch molecssimple sugars by digestive tract o Brain particularly sensitive to glucoseglucosestack theory for weight ProteinsAmino acidsFatsFatty acids o Many dif types of molecs broken into fatty acids o Chains of fatty acids held together by glycerolStored in the bodyFat cells longterm 8090 of total available body energy supply large majority of body energy o Warmth longterm energy storage o In deep viscera tissue o Good as insulatorstoring more energy per gram than in starchgrams or prot gramsso stored more efficiencyInsulin required to get glucose into starved body cells except brain o So very important to regulateperhaps why leptin key signal in o Diabetes mellituswhen dont have insulin body weightFatty acids prots dont require insulinMuscleliver glycogen starchTastesmell activate nosemouth in feeding o Converted to glycogen chains of glucose molecs o Activate pathways in epithelia taste recs in tongue oavailable glucose available to be conv
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