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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

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

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Found in lots of food at low levels. In food, iron can be found in 2 forms: Heme (within porphyrin ring of hemoglobin + myoglobin) Only 2 states of iro
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

NUTR 3210 Study Guide - Final Guide: Trigonelline, Nicotinamide, Provitamin

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High incidence in areas where corn is the main dietary staple (because niacin is attached to indigestible cho in corn poorly absorbed. Fish, meats, bre
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

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

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Involve the transfer of e- between 2 substrates. The primary e- carriers in the body are nadh and fadh2. Radicals have unpaire e- = unbalanced e-, they
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

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

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Exogenous supply is required b/c body can"t produce it (or produce quickly) Distinct from sugars, fats, and proteins in regard to structure + function.
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

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

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~16% of daily calories; we don"t need protein we need aa. 21proteinogenic aa refers to an aa that can be incorporated into a protein during translation
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

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

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Glutamine + alanine = inter organ amino carriers: what is the difference between the fasted and fed state in relation to. The fed state encourages alka
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchSpring

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

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500bc: anaxagoras; food became human body containing generative components. 1614ad: sanctorius (founding father of metabolic studies) ; sum total of wa
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

NUTR 3210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 83 pages long!)

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Nutrition is an integrative science: micro and macro nutrients interacting with each other to maintain our nutrition (cid:373)akes it i(cid:374)teg(cid
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

NUTR 3210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 25 pages long!)

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U OF GNUTR 3210MonkFall

NUTR 3210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 74 pages long!)

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Damage results when oxidants pull electrons from molecules like proteins, lipids and dna cellular damage: antioxidant molecules: are those that oppose
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U OF GNUTR 3210MonkFall

NUTR 3210- Final Exam Guide - Comprehensive Notes for the exam ( 23 pages long!)

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Nutrition: *do not need to know this defn, but understand it* Science of food and food systems, their nutrients and other constituents, and their inter
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U OF GNUTR 3210David MutchWinter

NUTR 3210 Final: Metabolic Integration

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