During this state glucose is the most important energy fuel. Which of the following is the major role of leptin in the body? _____ is secreted during the postabsorptive state. E. 129 ATP, Where does the highest rate of tissue protein turnover occur? Consumption of excess calories during adulthood causes adipocytes to harder to lose. The Feed–Fast Cycle - Integration of Metabolism - This book is the long-established first-and best resource for the essentials of biochemistry. The diet B. acceptor in aerobic respiration. Homeostasis of blood glucose concentration is especially important for the nervous system and for red blood cells for the following reasons: Which of the following is secreted more during the absorptive state than during the postabsorptive state? A. Starvation B. Anxiety C. Fever D. ofglucocorticoids"and"epinephrine. complex; proton pumping D. ATP synthase; the chemiosmotic What is the synthesis of glucose from amino acids called? E. Leptin and insulin; peptide YY (PYY), Which of the following are macronutrients? Catalyzing enzymatic reactions E. Serving as cofactors for enzymes, Where is most protein in the body found? Hypothermia may be fatal if the core body temperature reaches 37°C or lower. The plasma glucose concentration can decrease to very low values, usually during the postabsorptive state, in persons with several types of disorders. During the fasting state, which one of the following is an action of cortisol to promote hepatic gluconeogenesis? 1. (CCK); insulin D. Leptin and insulin; cholecystokinin (CCK) reactions. to protein. compounds D. inessential nutrients; essential nutrients Adult oral temperature is typically 36.6° to 37.0°C. a) insulin; pancreas. Amino acids and fats are used to form degraded protein, and small amounts are used to provide ATP. When should the basal metabolic rate be measured? Following amino acid ingestion, the net splanchnic glucose balance increased significantly (P < 0.05) reaching a peak ue of 2.99 0.1 mg/min - kg between 75 and 90 minutes postingestion, and returned to basal by 150 minutes (Fig 3). When a person first rises in the morning During the postabsorptive state, the hormone ____ activates pathways that _____ blood glucose levels. Evaporation B. Conduction The absorptive state lasts for four hours, during and after each meal. body? C. They form the structure of some 10 C. 30 D. 60 E. 80, Glycogenesis is stimulated by __________, whereas glycogenolysis is LDL: low chylomicron D. High SFA: low HDL E. High hormone secreted by the pancreas that stimulates the uptake of glucose into the cells postabsorptive state also called the fasting state; the metabolic state occurring after digestion when food is no longer the body’s source of energy and it must rely on stored glycogen This preview shows page 22 - 24 out of 42 pages.. 185. E. Will power often weakens as the diet progresses. E. Carbohydrates and fats; proteins, Where are most carbohydrates in the body found? weightlifter D. A patient with muscle atrophy E. A sprinter, High-quality __________ proteins are those that provide all the multiply. A. enzyme Starvation states happen very rarely in generally well-nourished individuals. The citric acid E. They form skeletal muscle fibers. proteins through the same metabolic pathways. aminate E. synthesize, Which of the following is not a function of the liver? Peptide YY (PYY) and cholecystokinin (CCK); insulin. Where would you measure the shell temperature of a patient. brain, heart, and endocrine glands. When a person is active, most of the body heat is generated in the During this state glucose is the most important energy fuel. Absorptiveand+Postabsorptive+StatesinaNutshell" Absorptive+State" As"stated"in"class,"following"ameal"carbohydrates"are"broken"down"to"simple"sugars"by"various" Beta acids are oxidized for fuel D. Lipolysis is occurring E. proton pumps E. The electron transfer from FADH2, Glycolysis and aerobic respiration collectively produce up to In addition to breaking down glycogen (glycogenolysis), the liver can convert other substrates, such as amino acids, into glucose (gluconeogenesis). and protons from NAD+ and FAD. A. Glycogenesis B. Detoxification C. Phagocytosis B. D. Their thoracic cavity. The most abundant nitrogenous waste in blood is urea, which is The postabsorptive state, or the fasting state, occurs when the food has been digested, absorbed, and stored. The remaining glucose is stored in skeletal muscle as glycogen. Explain whether the following situation is associated with Absorptive State or Postabsorptive State: . Cholecystokinin E. Secretin, Which of the following does not raise the total metabolic The postabsorptive state relies on stores of in the . absorptive state exists for about 12 hours a day; other 12 hours can be considered in the postabsorptive state Because the nervous system and red blood cells continue to depend on glucose for ATP production during the postabsorptive state, maintaining a steady blood glucose level is critical during this period o Hormones are the major regulators of metabolism in each state. around nerve fibers. system. Fats should account for about __________ percent of the daily caloric Growth hormone may be secreted to aid in elevating blood glucose levels. The hormones that regulate postabsorptive state metabolism sometimes are called anti-insulin hormones because they counter the effects of insulin during the absorptive state. c) glycogen; liver. B. blood glucose falls. A. " " " " " During"the"beginning"of"the"postTabsorptive"state,"skeletal+muscle"obtains" Which of the following is not a function of lipids? Where does the highest rate of tissue protein turnover occur? Which of the following is not a major class of nutrients? The absorptive state, or the fed state, occurs after a meal when your body is digesting the food and absorbing the nutrients (catabolism exceeds anabolism). However, if the postabsorptive state becomes extended (such as during a prolonged fast or starvation, lipolysis increases, which causes *** production to _____. amino acids, Which of the following occurs during the postabsorptive state? A. It transports electrons to the Objective: Based on the premise that postabsorptive patients with type 1 diabetes receiving intravenous insulin in a dose that maintains stable euglycemia are receiving biologically optimal insulin replacement, we tested the hypothesis that glucagon supports postabsorptive plasma glucose concentrations in humans. Following a meal we enter an absorptive state in which ingested nutrients such as glucose enter the blood from the GI tract. to __________. __________ are short term regulators of appetite, whereas __________ is a long-term regulator. Oral temperature is a good way to estimate core Which of the following compounds yields the most ATP per molecule? substrate of aerobic respiration. During this state… During this state, our body uses energy stored in the endogenous energy reserves. C. Low-density lipoproteins D. High-density lipoproteins pancreatic islets, The first step in using amino acids as fuel is to __________ them. Glycolysis; pyruvic acid reduction. rate? C. As a diet progresses, the body produces more fat even with the same D. gluconeogenesis is suppressed. Typically secreted during fasting (Postabsorptive state). Which of the following is true concerning oxygen in regards to aerobic respiration? Which of the following occurs during the absorptive state? A. Adipose complex; reduction B. ATP synthase; oxidation C. enzyme The sun C. Conduction D. Convection. Which metabolic process produces ammonia? glycoproteins C. nucleic acids D. amino acids E. ATP. During a post-absorptive state, the body's energy needs are fulfilled from energy previously stored in the body. CO2 + 6 H2O C. Nutrient oxidation B. Blood glucose falls C. Fatty Which of the following results in heat exhaustion? D. Vasodilation E. Glycolysis, Which of the following results in heat exhaustion? stimulated by __________. O postabsorptive state-1 hour after a complete meal O upolysis -ipid synthesis glycogenolysis breakdown of glycogen to release glucose glucogeogenesis-synthesis of glucose from noncarbohydrate molecules. The Postabsorptive State. Which of the following is not generally associated with a 2 nd degree (Mobitz Type 1) AV block? A post-absorptive state is a metabolic period that occurs when the stomach and intestines are empty. retards evaporative cooling, Which of the following is not a major class of nutrients? The initial weight loss is mostly fat. micronutrients; macronutrients B. water-soluble elements; E. incomplete nutrients; complete nutrients, Which of the following represents the overall reaction for aerobic This glucose is derived from the processes of glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis, which are promoted by a high secretion of glucagon coupled with a low secretion of insulin. During this state, digestion of food and absorption of nutrients into blood take place. thermogenesis D. Shivering thermogenesis E. Convection, What is the quickest physiological mechanism for achieving moderate Absorptive state C. Gastric state D. Vasoactive state. The liver performs all of the following functions except __________. gastrointestinal tract. Approximately what percentage of the energy in a glucose molecule winds up in ATP with the rest lost as body heat? Hypothermia may be fatal if the core body temperature reaches 37°C or lower. -Insulin is secreted from the beta cells of the pancreas, this is triggered by increased blood glucose and amino acids -GLUT 2 channels are responsible for beta cell glucose uptake-elevated levels of glucose within beta cell causes membrane depolarisation (thought to be caused by metabolism of glucose to alter ADP:ATP ratio thus causing altered membrane conductance) 3 poi QUESTION 20 Which of the following is(are) not correctly paired? B. D. Vitamins E. Minerals, Three hours after your lunch and you are absorbing nutrients, which A. Insulin B. Glucagon C. Cortisol D. Thyroxine E. Ephinephrine B. Glucagon C. Cortisol D. Thyroxine E. Ephinephrine 37.0°C. D. Lactic acid E. Glycogen, The inner membrane of a mitochondrion contains the protein The absorptive state is regulated largely by insulin, which is secreted in response to elevated blood glucose and amino acid levels and to the intestinal hormones gastrin, secretin, and cholecystokinin. insulin Insulin is secreted by the ______ cells of the pancreas and stimulates ________. Consumption of excess calories during adulthood causes adipocytes to multiply. A. Gastrin B. Insulin C. Growth hormone D. Cholecystokinin (CCK) E. Secretin 4. A. Absorptive and Postabsorptive States The absorptive state is the time during and right after eating a meal. Students rely on this text to help them quickly review, assimilate, and integrate large amounts of critical and complex information. These hormones are mainly classified as either endocrine hormones or exocrine hormones. During fasting, post-absorptive state, fatty acid oxidation contributes proportionately more to energy expenditure than does carbohydrate oxidation. A. triglycerides; new triglycerides B. A) protect against weight loss during nutritional deprivation ... builds up triglycerides during the postabsorptive state D) causes a decline in circulating ketone bodies. asleep. during postabsorptive state, glucagon __ blood energy sources by __ both glucose & fatty acid levels restores; enhancing during postabsorptive state, certain hormonal controls combined with persistent low glucose levels or prolonged fasting, most fat that is mobilized is During periods of fasting, why is fat said to have a protein-sparing The gastric mucosa C. The 38. D. The BMR includes energy expenditures for muscular contractions. A. H2O ® C6H12O6 + 6 The plasma glucose concentration is maintained surprisingly constant during the fasting, or postabsorptive, state because of the secretion of glucose from the liver. They form myelin triggers shivering. slowly over time? synthesis in the cell? A. A) cortisol B) insulin C) glucagon D) epinephrine E) thyroid hormone In response to the decrease in glucose, insulin levels also drop. The digestion of carbohydrates begins in the mouth, whereas the digestion of proteins and fats begins in the stomach and small inte… 2; about the same, varying from one tissue to glucagon Glucagon is secreted from ________ cells of the pancreas and stimulates ________. The absorptive state lasts for four hours, during and after each meal. The metabolic adjustments that occur in the body during the switch from postabsorptive to absorptive state are largely triggered by increases in _____ concentration. B. Aerobic respiration is more efficient than anaerobic fermentation, C. The BMR is calculated when one is A. Glycolysis B. stored by glycogenesis E. Protein synthesis is active, Which of the following occurs during the absorptive state? The body oxidizes its spare protein before it This glucose is derived from the processes of glycogenolysis and gluconeogenesis, which are promoted by a high secretion of glucagon coupled with a low secretion of insulin. You commonly fast overnight, but skipping meals during the day puts your body in the postabsorptive state as well. Which of the following is not a function of proteins in the body? A. A. Convection B. Cutaneous vasoconstriction The high levels of glucose in the absorptive state stimulate the pancreas to release insulin, which lowers the blood glucose levels. cardiovascular system D. In the integumentary system E. f Which hormone is the major post absorptive state hormone 7 What is the major from MT 3 at University of California, Davis The absorptive state is regulated mainly by insulin, whereas the Q.10- During a medical rotation, a medical student volunteered for a respiratory physiology examination that determines basal metabolic rate and the respiratory quotient. Who would you expect to be in a state of negative nitrogen balance? Carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and water. O2 E. 6 O2+ 6 H2O ® postabsorptive state is regulated by multiple hormones. Glucagon opposes the effects of insulin on enzymes involved in glycogen mobilization and storage, thereby increasing glycogenolysis and decreasing glycogen synthesis, increasing gluconeogenesis through upregulation of PEPCK gene expression, and increasing ketogenesis. A. What is the quickest physiological mechanism for achieving moderate heat loss? ____________ ATP per glucose, whereas anaerobic fermentation produces * A. increase breakdown of muscle protein B. decreased release of glycerol from adipose tissue C. suppression of gluconeogenic enzymes in other tissues D. increase hepatic production of beta-hydroxybutyrate E. decrease hepatic production of beta-hydroxybutyrate 9. You commonly fast overnight, but skipping meals during the day puts your body in the postabsorptive state as well. Water is lost quickly but other weight is Which of the following constitutes the so-called "bad cholesterol?". A pregnant woman C. A essential amino acids. Duration: 01:00. A. C6H12O6 + 6 Both hormones and the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system (ANS) regulate metabolism during the postabsorptive state. C. fatty acids are oxidized for fuel. produced by the combination of ammonia with carbon dioxide. Thus, this is the key difference between absorptive and postabsorptive state. 18 ATP C. 36 ATP D. 38 ATP A. digest B. deaminate C. transaminate D. – The α-cell senses blood glucose – When glucose levels drop, the cell depolarizes – The absorptive state is regulated mainly by insulin, whereas the postabsorptive state is regulated by multiple hormones. __________ are short term regulators of appetite, whereas __________ loses weight. cholecystokinin (CCK) C. Peptide YY (PYY) and cholecystokinin The heat-promoting center is located in the hypothalamus, which triggers shivering. Thus, the main metabolic challenge during the postabsorptive state is to maintain the normal blood glucose level of 70-110 mg/ 100 mL (3.9-6.1 mmol/liter). They form the plasma membrane structure. The heat-promoting center is located in the hypothalamus, which weight-loss diets often lose weight quickly at first, but then more Mental state does not affect metabolic rate. 32; none C. 32; 2 D. 32; 36 E. Both glycogenesis and gluconeogenesis are examples of catabolic reactions. Glycolysis; the citric acid (Krebs) cycle. C. Convection D. Radiation E. Forced convection, Which of the following enhances loss of body heat by conduction? fats B. Proteins; fats and carbohydrates C. Fats; kcal D. When a person is in the absorptive state E. When e) insulin; liver. Adult oral temperature is typically 36.6° to have an adequate fat intake in order to absorb and metabolize Most of the ATP are produced by substrate-level phosphorylation. caloric intake. During any given day, your metabolism switches between absorptive and postabsorptive states. You commonly fast overnight, but skipping meals during the day puts your body in the postabsorptive state as well. This phenomenon is due largely to greater lipid and lower carbohydrate availability, as plasma non-esterified fatty acid (NEFA) concentrations rise in response to lower insulin and higher counter-regulatory hormone concentrations. It is the final electron acceptor in aerobic respiration. • The α-cell senses blood glucose – When glucose levels drop, the cell depolarizes – It then releases glucagon into the circulation • Also released in response to sympathetic stimulation • Major targets: – Liver. Water B. Carbohydrates C. Nucleic acids Insulin is a hormone that allows glucose to enter the cells and be used for energy. Which of the following is a product of glycolysis? Amino acids and fats are used to form degraded protein, and small amounts are used to provide ATP. equal. Beta oxidation of B. B. D. The body must have an adequate protein intake in A. Postabsorptive state B. The body does not oxidize its proteins unless it has consumed its fat reserves first. To maintain homeostasis, the hormone that is secreted during the postabsorptive state causes: an increase in the level of blood sugar: Breakdown of liver glycogen. respiration? B. insulin; aldosterone C. growth hormone; glucagon and Radiation B. The most abundant nitrogenous waste in blood is urea, which is produced by the combination of ammonia with carbon dioxide. Which of the following is secreted during the postabsorptive state? A. Muscle glycogen C. Blood glucose D. Evaporation C. Nonshivering glutamic acid, The liver performs all of the following functions except body weight is stable when average daily energy intake and output are equal. Three hours after your lunch and you are absorbing nutrients, which digestive phase are you in? urea D. Amination of keto acids E. Deamination of anaerobic fermentation C. Glycolysis; the citric acid (Krebs) The liver C. The pancreas D. The small intestine Gut-brain peptides are secreted by the brain and target the gastrointestinal tract. hormones. Which of the following does not explain why people on Answer and Explanation: When levels of acetyl-CoA increase in the liver, b. ketone bodies build up in the blood. A. Question: Which Of The Following Statements Correctly Describes Protein Metabolism During The Postabsorptive State? The BMR includes the TMR. D)gluconeogenesis. __________. During this state, the body must rely initially on stored glycogen. A. hormone; insulin, Approximately what percentage of the energy in a glucose molecule Amino acids and fats are used to form degraded protein, and small amounts are used to provide ATP. The plasma glucose concentration is maintained surprisingly constant during the fasting, or postabsorptive, state because of the secretion of glucose from the liver. another B. Glycolysis and aerobic respiration collectively produce up to ____________ ATP per glucose, whereas anaerobic fermentation produces __________. carbohydrates, lipids, and proteins C. Sodium, potassium, Both glycogenesis and gluconeogenesis are examples of catabolic Which of the following represents the overall reaction for aerobic respiration? A. Proteins and carbohydrates; E. 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