Physio Chapter 2
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What are the 3 main types of monosaccharides?
What are the 3 main types of disaccharides?
- Sucrose (glu + fruct)
- Lactose (glu + galactose)
- Maltose (glu + glu)
What type of carbohydrate is starch and glycogen?
T or F: Saturated fats have double bonds, don't pack up well, and tend to be liquid
False: Saturated fats are fully saturated with Hydrogen and don't have double bonds
Steroid hormones are derived from what?
Cholesterol a type of what and what is it integral to?
Lipid: integral to cell membranes.
What does ATP break apart into when used? What is this process called? What is the process opposite to this called?
- ADP + P + energy: Exergonic reaction
- Endergonic: requires energy
What is negative feedback?
response occurs that opposes change in some variable
What is positive feedback?
rersponse intensifies change
What is feedforward?
What is an anion? cation?
- Anion: a charged ion with a negative charge
- Cation: a charged ion with a positive charge
This kind of bond is an equal sharing of electrons
What is a true solution?
when solutes never settle out - does not scatter light; clear
What is a colloid?
solute never settles but does scatter light
What is a suspension?
solute does eventually settle
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