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Fundamentals of Nutrition

NUTR 3210 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Thiamine, Anemia, Scurvy

Midterm review Fundamentals of nutrition Lecture 1 into to nutrition - Essential nutrients o A chemical that is required for metabolism, but cannot be synthesized or cannot be synthesized ...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch
NUTR 3210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Heme Oxygenase, Porphyrin, Membrane Transport Protein

Micronutrients 4 Whats Iron? - Found in lots of food at low levels rich in liver, meats, plant sources - In food, iron can be found in 2 forms: heme (within porphyrin ring of hemoglobin + myoglobin) ...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch
NUTR 3210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trigonelline, Nicotinamide, Provitamin

Micronutrients 3 Whats up with Niacin (vit.B3)? Considered antiblacktongue factor High incidence in areas where corn is the main dietary staple (because niacin is attached to indigestible CHO in corn poorly absorbed Die...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch
NUTR 3210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Glutathione Peroxidase, Hydrogen Peroxide, Glutathione

Micronutrients 2 What are Redox reactions? Involve the transfer of e between 2 substrates The primary e carriers in the body are NADH and FADH2 Important bc helps with creation of ATP What are reactive oxygen species (R...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch
NUTR 3210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Retinoic Acid Receptor, Basal Metabolic Rate, Vitamin K

Micronutrients 1 What are characteristics for classification as a vitamin? Exogenous supply is required bc body cant produce it (or produce quickly) Needed in the amounts Distinct from sugars, fats, and proteins in rega...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch
NUTR 3210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Post-Translational Modification, Selenocysteine, Zwitterion

Protein Metabolism What are some qualities of protein? ~16 of daily calories; we dont need protein we need AA 21proteinogenic AA refers to an AA that can be incorporated into a protein during translation All but selenoc...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch
NUTR 3210 Study Guide - Final Guide: High-Protein Diet, Nitrogen Cycle, Protein Catabolism

Protein Overview What is the fate of NH3 (NH4+) from AA catabolism? NH4+ is toxic = converted into something safe or transported out of the body 1) N2 from muscle bypassing liver (starvation mode (glutamine)) kidney Nitro...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch
NUTR 3210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 33 pages long!)

[NUTR 3210] Comprehensive spring guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com Nutrition 3210 Notes Integrative science What occurs at the INDIVIDUAL LEVEL 50...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch
NUTR 3210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 83 pages long!)
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[NUTR 3210] Comprehensive winter guide including any lecture notes, textbook notes and exam guides.find more resources at oneclass.com LECTURE 1 NOTE - Nutrition is an integrative science: micro and macro nut...

Nutrition
NUTR 3210
David Mutch

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