ASCI 110 Study Guide Exam 2
ASCI 110 Study Guide Exam 2 ASCI 110
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This 44 page Study Guide was uploaded by Katarina Fielding on Saturday October 15, 2016. The Study Guide belongs to ASCI 110 at University of Vermont taught by Dr. Jana Kraft in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 20 views. For similar materials see Animal Nutrition in Animal Science at University of Vermont.
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Concept Check Lipids Concept Check • Define lipids. • What are fatty acids? • What are triacylglycerols, phospholipids, and glycolipids composed of? • What is the general function of triacylglycerols, phospholipids, and glycolipids? • How can fatty acids be classified (number od carbon atoms, saturation, double bond configuration…)? Concept Check • What are omega-‐3 fatty acids? • What are omega-‐6 fatty acids? • What are the functions of fatty acids in the body? • How are triacylglycerols digested and absorbed in the simple-‐stomached animal? • How are triacylglycerols and glycolipids digested and absorbed in the ruminant? • What happens if you feed a diet containing unsaturated fatty acids to a cow? Concept Check • How are triacylglycerols transported in the body? • Define all lipoproteins. What is their function? • What is biohydrogenation? • What is meant by reverse cholesterol transport? Concept Check Proteins Concept Check • What are proteins? • What are amino acids? • What is the importance of the side-‐chain of amino acids? • What is the relative importance of nonessential, essential, and conditionally essential amino acids in the diet? • Relate amino acids, polypeptides, roteins. • How are proteins classified? Concept Check • How can amino acids form so many types ? of proteins • Describe the organization of proteins. • How are proteins digested in the non-‐ruminant and ruminant animal? • Define the absorption of amino acids, di-‐ and tripeptides. • Explain the importance of proteins. • How are amino acids utilized by the body? Concept Check • What are consequences of low or hidiets? ein • What happens when amino acids are limited in the feed? • What happens when amino acids are limited in the feed? • What defines the biological value of proteins? • Which sources have a high biological value?
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