41.Which of the following compounds can be formed from fatty : 1401603.
41.Which of the following compounds can be formed from fatty acids?
42.In which of the following groups can all of the dietary components be used to make body proteins?
a.glucose, glycerol, fatty acids
b.glycerol, fatty acids, amino acids
c.fatty acids, amino acids, glucose
d.amino acids, glucose, glycerol
43.Which of these is the immediate fate of excess dietary protein in the body?
44.Which of the following processes leads to the production of urea?
a.oxidation of glucose
b.oxidation of amino acids
c.incomplete oxidation of fatty acids
d.synthesis of protein from amino acids
45.After digestion and absorption, an amino acid NOT used to build protein will first be subjected to which of the following processes?
a.removal of its amino group
b.removal of its carboxyl group
c.hydrolysis of its peptide bond
d.condensation of its peptide bond
46.When protein consumption is in excess of body needs and energy needs are met, what is the fate of the energy in the excess amino acid molecules?
a.stored as fat only
b.stored as glycogen only
c.stored as amino acids only
d.stored as glycogen and fat
47.When energy-yielding nutrients are consumed in excess, which one(s) can lead to storage of fat?
c.fat and carbohydrate only
d.fat, carbohydrate, and protein
48.If the carbohydrate content of the diet is insufficient to meet the body’s needs for glucose, which of the following compounds can be converted to glucose?
49.An immediate consequence of a cellular deficiency of oxaloacetate is a slowing of which of these reactions?
b.the TCA cycle
50.In which of the following groups can all of the compounds serve as a precursor for oxaloacetate synthesis?
a.fat, starch, glucose
b.starch, glucose, protein
c.glucose, protein, fat
d.protein, fat, starch