Williamson most likely to be studying? B It would bind to b. C This process requires the entire electron transport system. Amino acids released from muscle protein breakdown are the main source of carbon atoms for gluconeogenesis. C aerobic metabolism is more efficient than fermentation. Question 16 Endorphins are similar in chemical structure to which drug? False True or False: If blood glucose levels remain low, a patient may lose consciousness or have permanent brain damage.
A paramedic has just administered a medication that causes the sympathetic nervous system to increase its influence in the body. Type 1 diabetes is more common than type 2 diabetes. The action of bacterial lipases should cause the pH of the medium to A increase. A chemoautotroph B chemoheterotroph C photoautotroph D photoheterotroph Answer: D Section: 5. Question 10 Cocaine and amphetamines increase the availability of which neurotransmitter? In type 2 diabetes, the pancreas produces a type of insulin that is abnormal and thus not recognized by the body. Question 11 The fatty layer of cells that is wrapped around many axons is called the Question 12 The knoblike swellings at the ends of axons are called Question 13 Juan eats a meal full of sugar and starches.
With weight loss, metabolism shifts downward in a formerly overweight person. B The complete Kreb's cycle is utilized. . E It occurs in the Krebs cycle. Which one of the following is the most appropriate response? Gluconeogenesis enables the liver to maintain blood glucose levels during starvation This question is part of + Answer Gluconeogenesis enables the liver to maintain blood glucose levels during starvation The liver maintains blood glucose levels by breaking down its glycogen stores to release glucose into the blood but liver glycogen stores are exhausted after 24 hours of fasting. The patient says he thinks he took his insulin and cannot remember whether he ate.
C urea accumulates during tuberculosis. Williamson most likely to be studying? Question 13 According to research examining the relationship between genetics and shyness Reiss et al. The patient is conscious, but confused. Which of the following statements regarding diabetic coma is correct? He further tells you that his wife has been ill recently and has not eaten for the past 24 hours. You should: retreat at once and call law enforcement. D The temperature is too low.
Williamson conducts research examining the effects of electrical stimulation in certain parts of the brain. Only liver and kidney have this enzyme though because of its small mass the latter is relatively insignificant in this respect. Based on this, for which one of the following is he at risk? The information provided on this site is protected by U. Question 14 Which technique can best be described as using the measurement of radioactive isotopes to evaluate the activity of the brain? Glipizide, a non-insulin-type medication, is another name for: Glucotrol A 29-year-old female presents with confusion and disorientation. This indicates that: he has hemophilia A Diabetic coma is a life-threatening condition that results from: hyperglycemia, ketoacidosis, and dehydration.
C It would bind to c. D This process requires light. Which of the following statements regarding how anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa sometimes overlap is false? Glucose is the unit that almost exclusively makes up starch and glycogen. Question 18 Which of these best identifies the soma's function? The brain and other cells such as red blood cells must have a constant supply of glucose to function normally. You are transporting a patient with chest pain to the hospital emergency department. An oligosaccharide is a: polysaccharide made up of numerous glucose units. Question 15 Which technique can best be described as taking snapshots of the brain in action? A Krebs cycle B glycolysis C pentose phosphate pathway D Krebs cycle and glycolysis Answer: C Section: 5.
Charlize probably has an excess of which type of hormone? There, it is converted to acetyl CoA, which enters the citric acid cycle. Why is the oxidation of fatty acids by the liver important during the first five or six hours? Lactate is produced in muscle cells and transported through bloodstream to liver, Lactate is converted to glucose in liver via glucogenogenesis. To which of the following diabetic patients should you administer oral glucose? Unfortunately, the pain has yet to go away, despite three nitroglycerin tablets and 20 minutes of rest. Blindness In contrast to insulin shock, diabetic coma: can only be corrected in the hospital setting. Classic signs and symptoms of hypoglycemia include: cool, clammy skin; weakness; tachycardia; rapid respirations Which of the following conditions is the diabetic patient at an increased risk of developing? She is hooked up to a machine that measures electrical activity in her brain through the use of electrodes attached to her scalp.
The digestive system absorbs amino acids at rates that are optimal for the body's use. Brown adipose tissue releases stored energy as heat. Formation of a high energy intermediate. Chapter 28, Objective 6: Describe the pathway for glycogen degradation to glucose or glucose-6-phosphate in liver and muscle: Name, Function, Substrates, Products, Control Enzyme, Regulation, Compartment. A pleasant and comfortable environment tends to result in eating more. Leah holds a Masters in Public Health from Thomas Jefferson University. Chapter 28, Objective 7: Briefly, what is Von Gierke's disease? Which one of the following is a typical statement made by a patient with unstable angina? Chapter 28, Objective 15: Following the ingestion of carbohydrate, the glucose concentration in the cytosol of liver cells increases.
Chapter 28, Objective 3: What effect does glucagon have upon glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis in the liver? A It is reduced to lactic acid. En route to the hospital, he asks you why the nitroglycerin takes the chest pain away. Unlike most other tissues these cells cannot use fatty acids. What enzyme catalyses this conversion? It increases the infant's future risk of type 2 diabetes. It occurs in the liver in starvation. Which parts of the body do you expect to learn about? It increases the infant's future risk of obesity. D Anabolic reactions are degradative.
Select the correct sequence of steps as energy is extracted from glucose during cellular respiration. False True or False: People with sickle cell crisis disease have red blood cells that survive for only 120 days. Prediabetes: is triggered by an autoimmune disorder. The patient is semiconscious and breathing shallowly, and is receiving assisted ventilation from your partner. C It occurs in glycolysis. Question 9 After a neuron fires, about how long is its refractory period? Liver can make glycogen from glucose, but muscle cannot.