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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13&14: Cash Flow, Pasteurization, Cryptosporidium Parvum

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Accidental contaminant: a substance not regulated by the fda that unexpectedly enters the food supply. Formed as a result of chemical reactions that oc
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10: Hemoglobin, Macular Degeneration, Cardiovascular Disease

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Aerobic zone: when you are exercising at an intensity where your heart rate raises to 60-85% of maximum heart rate. Calculated by multiplying maximum h
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1&2: Carbohydrate, Nutrigenomics, Micronutrient

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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 10&11: Blood Sugar, Heat Cramps, Fetus

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Aerobic zone: when you are exercising at an intensity where your heart rate raises to 60-85% of maximum heart rate. Aerobic exercise: endurance exercis
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 12: Macular Degeneration, Puberty, Blood Alcohol Content

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Alcoholic hepatitis: inflammation of the liver caused by alcohol consumption. Alzheimer"s disease: a disease that results in a relentless and irreversi
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Enzyme, Cardiovascular Disease, Diabetes Mellitus Type 1

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Absorption: the process of taking substances from the gastrointestinal tract into the interior of the body. Active transport: transport of substances a
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3: Microbiota, Arteriole, Dental Caries

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Absorption: the process of taking substances from the gastrointestinal tract into the interior of the body. Active transport: transport of substances a
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 11: Colostrum, Eclampsia, Hemoglobin

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Fertilization: the union of a sperm and an egg. Implantation: process through which a developing embryo embeds itself in the uterine lining. Enbryo: de
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8&9: Heme, Offal, Potassium Iodide

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Adjustable gastric banding: limits amount of food that can be consumed. Age-related bone loss: bone loss that occurs in both men and women as they adva
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 3&4: Insulin, Glucagon, Coeliac Disease

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Absorption: the process of taking substances from the gastrointestinal tract into the interior of the body. Active transport: transport of substances a
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 13: Birth Weight, Emulsion, Biological Agent

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Accidental contaminant: a substance not regulated by the fda that unexpectedly enters the food supply. Formed as a result of chemical reactions that oc
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SYRACUSENSD 225BrannWinter

NSD 225 Chapter Notes - Chapter 8: Sulfur, Iron Overload, Homeostasis

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Age-related bone loss: bone loss that occurs in both men and women as they advance in age (279) Antidiuretic hormone (adh): signals the kidneys to reab
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