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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Final Guide: Juxtaglomerular Apparatus, Posterior Pituitary, Natriuretic Peptide

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Mean intake of sodium and potassium in the u. s. Sodium = 4,200 mg (males), 3,300 mg (females) Be able to provide the ai and ul for sodium (and ai for
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Final Guide: Brush Border, Low-Density Lipoprotein, Gja1

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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Final Guide: Transferase, Neural Tube, Methionine Synthase

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16 Jul 2020
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Be familiar with characteristics of digestion (vitamin b12 only) and absorption. 1) when vitamin b12 is consumed, it"s bound to a protein structure tha
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Final Guide: Bioavailability, Active Transport, Red Meat

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Red meat, seafood (shellfish), poultry, dairy, whole grains, vegetables. Brazil nuts, cereals & grains, seafood, dairy, garlic & broccoli. ***selenium
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Final Guide: Iodised Salt, Goitrogen, Goitre

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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Final Guide: Low-Density Lipoprotein, Duodenum, Emulsion

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16 Jul 2020
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Wheat germ oils, safflower oil, cottonseed oil, sunflower oil. Structure = phenolic group, chromanol ring, phytyl side chain. Alpha-tocopherol is the m
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hypochondriasis, Hyperkeratosis, Hydroxylysine

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16 Jul 2020
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The compound from which it is derived. Vitamin c, aka l-ascorbate, is derived from glucose. Enzyme lacking in humans, thus making vitamin c essential.
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Calcium Atpase, Trpv6, Calbindin

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11 Jul 2020
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The two processes of absorption (carrier-mediated & passive) and be familiar with the significant proteins/channels with each process (especially ca 2+
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Aldosterone, Enterocyte, Hydrolysis

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11 Jul 2020
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Name and characteristics of the major forms of riboflavin, conversion of. Riboflavin riboflavin to fmn and fmn to fad. Consists of a flavin and ribitol
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Vasodilation, Decarboxylation, Hyperglycemia

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The compound (i. e. tryptophan) from which it is derived. Need for digestion of nad and nadp to free nicotinamide, sites of absorption. Nad and nadp ar
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Carboxylation, Decarboxylation, Propionyl-Coa

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Most of pa (85%) in foods is bound to coa. Pantothenic acid"s roles as a component of coenzyme a. Requires cysteine, atp, pa to synthesize coa. Synthes
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Brush Border, Enterocyte, Thiamine

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11 Jul 2020
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Name and characteristics of the major forms of thiamin. Converted to thiamin diphosphate or pyrophosphate (tdp/tpp) by thiamin pyrophosphokinase, and t
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Brush Border, Hemoglobin, Ferroportin

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11 Jul 2020
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Primary oxidation states, fe 2+ and fe 3+ , and uses of each oxidation state (i. e. the form transported by transferring, stored in ferritin, exiting t
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Melanin, Osteoclast, Fibroblast

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11 Jul 2020
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Conversion of 7-dehydrocholesterol to cholecalciferol (vitamin d) Occurs in the skin, converted by uv light to previtamin d3 and cholecalciferol. Affec
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Glucocorticoid, Acetyl-Coa, Lipid Peroxidation

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11 Jul 2020
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Glucose can be easily converted to fatty acids through the conversion of glucose to pyruvate in glycolysis, and then the conversion of pyruvate to acet
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Osteocalcin, Fibrinogen, Watercress

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11 Jul 2020
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Broccoli, kale, watercress, collards, spinach, salad greens. Phylloquinone is absorbed in the jejenum as part of micelles (like other fat-soluble vitam
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Alanine, Amine, Side Chain

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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Lipoprotein, Ganglioside, Stereospecificity

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11 Jul 2020
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Be able to name a fatty acid using the omega nomenclature. Count from the methyl end of the fatty acid. N-# = 1st double bond location when counting fr
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Beta Oxidation, Alpha And Beta Carbon, Cyclic Adenosine Monophosphate

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11 Jul 2020
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Metabolize fatty acids by 2 carbon units. Location of each reaction in the cell. Major reaction site is the beta-carbon (or #3 carbon) Glucagon, epinep
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Isoleucine, Aspartate Transaminase, Chemotherapy

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Primary roles of the liver in the protein & aa metabolism. Liver is the primary regulatory organ, regulating the supply of amino acids to body tissues.
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Arginase, Ornithine, Glutamine Synthetase

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Formation in the body from chemical reactions such as deamination. Generation by the deamidation of the amide groups from glutamine and asparagine. Ing
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Active Transport, Glycogenesis, Sucrose

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11 Jul 2020
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Simple = most fundamental form, cannot be further broken down. Dehydration reaction needed to form glycosidic linkages. Bonds characteristic of disacch
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Oxaloacetic Acid, Isocitric Acid, Anaerobic Glycolysis

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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Chitosan, Viscosity, Low-Density Lipoprotein

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Dietary fiber : nondigestible cho and lignin that are intact and intrinsic in plants. Functional fiber : nondigestible cho that are isolated, extracted
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Glycogen, Protein Phosphatase, Cori Cycle

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11 Jul 2020
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Process and regulation of glycogen formation in the muscle and liver (i. e. key reactions, enzymes involved, branching, etc. ) Glucose-6-phosphatase re
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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Thiamine, Pentose, Transketolase

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CSULBNUTR 436M Barrack GardnerSummer

NUTR 436 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Glut5, Glut2, Leptin

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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Gestational Age, Pre-Eclampsia, Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drug

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11 Jul 2020
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14. 2 summarize the physiological changes of pregnancy and how they affect the nutrient requirements of a woman, and list nutrients that may need to be
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Food Desert, Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program

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12. 1 define and characterize the terms food insecure, nutrition security , hunger , malnutrition , and undernutrition . affordable, nutritious food. F
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Group Psychotherapy, Hair Loss, Diabetes Mellitus Type 2

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11 Jul 2020
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11. 1 contrast healthy attitudes toward uses of food with behavior patterns that could lead to unhealthy uses of food. Using food as a constant to hung
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Final: Chapter 16 Study Guide

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16. 3 describe how physiological changes of aging affect nutritional status of adults. 16. 4 compare the dietary intake of adults with current recommen
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Food Allergy, Peanut Butter, Caffeine

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15. 1 describe the extent to which nutrition affects growth and physiological development from infancy through adolescence. Weight gain = good reflecti
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Dementia, One-Repetition Maximum

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11 Jul 2020
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10. 1 list five positive health-related outcomes of a physically active lifestyle. 10. 2 enumerate three key elements of a sound fitness regimen. Muscu
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Study Guide - Final Guide: Crop Rotation, Intercropping, Sustainable Agriculture

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11 Jul 2020
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13. 3 understand the foodborne illnesses caused by bacteria, viruses, and parasites. Refer to table 13-3 in the textbook. 13. 6 understand the reasons
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Dieting, Binge Eating

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11 Jul 2020
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7-minute review 2/12/2019 corrections : proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, alcohol, basal metabolism, tef (thermic effect of food, physical activity, ada
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Spinach, Eating Disorder, Blood Sugar

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11 Jul 2020
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Fuel use impacted by: intensity, duration, training (in regards to exercise) Four sources of energy nutrients: muscle glycogen, blood glucose, plasma f
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Red Meat, Amine, Threonine

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11 Jul 2020
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Role of protein: forms insulin, most enzymes. 20 amino acids: 9 essential (cannot be made by the body), 11 nonessential. Essential amino acids: histidi
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Celery, Galactose, Portal Vein

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11 Jul 2020
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Carbohydrates from food to our cells: we eat, contain: (types of carbs) Alyson, hend: digested by: (enzyme, we absorb: (hint-mono, in the body. Broken
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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Sucrase, Amylase, Galactose

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CSULBNUTR 132J BeaudoinSpring

NUTR 132 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ghrelin, Underweight, Adipose Tissue

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Energy in: carbohydrates (store glycogen), lipids, proteins, alcohol (all give calories) Energy out: basal metabolism(60-75%), tef (thermic effect of f
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