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  1. Creatine
  2. Epinephrine
  3. Glycogen Phosphorylase
  4. Transamination
  5. Adipocytes
  6. Monosaturated Fatty Acid
  7. Growth Hormone
  8. Desaturation
  9. Hepatocytes
  10. Protein Synthesis
  11. Saturated Fatty Acid
  12. Glycogenesis
  13. LDL Cholesterol
  14. Diglyceride
  15. Fatty Acid Synthase
  16. Lactic acid
  17. Chylomicron
  18. Statin Drugs
  19. Complete Protein
  20. Glycogenolysis
  21. Carbon Skeleton
  22. Monoglyceride
  23. Lipid Mobilization
  24. Fat Adaptation
  25. Glucose-6 Phosphate
  26. NADH
  27. Protein Breakdown
  28. FAD+
  29. Muscle Acidity
  30. Omega-3
  31. Protein Turnover
  32. Polyunsaturated Fatty Acid
  33. Amine
  34. Lipoproteins
  35. Lipolysis
  36. Very Low Density Lipoprotein Particles (VLDL)
  37. Apolipoprotein
  38. Anaerobic
  39. Glycogen Synthase
  40. Peptide Chain
  41. Beta Oxidation
  42. Deamination
  43. a-Cells
  44. Non-essential Amino Acid
  45. Phosphocreatine (PCR)
  46. Essential Amino Acid
  47. Cori Cycle
  48. Glycolysis
  49. Linoleic Acid
  50. Proton
  51. HDL Cholesterol
  52. Hydrogen Ion
  53. Krebs Cycle
  54. Electron Transport Chain
  55. Lipogenic Enzyme
  56. Acetyl-CoA
  57. NAD+
  58. Gluconeogenesis
  59. Creatine Kinase
  60. Urea Cycle
  61. Glycolytic System
  62. ATP/PCr System
  63. Atherosclerosis
  64. Energy Transfer
  65. Ammonia
  66. Adrenal Medula
  67. Cholesterol
  68. Plasma
  69. Cytochrome
  70. Pyruvate
  71. Norepinephrine
  72. a-ketoacid
  73. Anaerobic Threshold
  74. Adipose Tissue
  75. Oxaloacetate
  76. Elongation
  77. Branched Chain Amino Acid (BCAA)
  78. Alpha Linolenic Acid (ALA)
  79. Hormone Sensitive Lipase
  80. Lecithin-Cholesterol Acyltransferase (LCAT)
  81. Myocytes
  82. Glucagon
  83. FADH2
  84. Plasma Pool Of Amino Acids
  85. Laws Of Thermodynamics
  86. Oxidative Phosphorylation
  87. Urea
  1. a Unsaturated omega-6 fatty acids characterized by a carbon-carbon double bond six spaces from the methyl end.
  2. b The reduced form of FAD+.
  3. c The phosphorylation of ATP coupled to the electron transport system.
  4. d Addition of carbons on a fatty acid.
  5. e Set of compounds that transfers electrons to a donor that creates energy.
  6. f Endocrine cells of the pancreas that secrete glucagon.
  7. g Conversion of non-carbohydrate compounds (i.e. amino acids, pyruvate, glycerol) to glucose.
  8. h Muscle cells.
  9. i Enzyme involved with the synthesis of fat.
  10. j Short polymer formed from linking amino acids.
  11. k An acidic environment created when the pH level of the muscle cells falls below 7.
  12. l A higher capacity to oxidize fat.
  13. m Cycle that takes place in the liver and creates urea from ammonia and carbon dioxide.
  14. n Enzyme of the cytosol that frees fatty acid and glycerol.
  15. o A major metabolic pathway that involves a series of enzymatic reactions that convert pyruvate acid from food to acetyl-CoA for energy.
  16. p Amino acid that must be included in the diet.
  17. q Phosphorylated form of glucose that won't diffuse out of a cell.
  18. r A class of proteins with hydrophobic core of triglycerides or cholesterol surrounded by hydrophilic phospholipids, apolipoproteins and cholesterol.
  19. s Particle with a positive charge, usually regarded as a hydrogen ion; when the protein gradient shifts in the electron transport chain, energy conversion occurs.
  20. t Liver cells.
  21. u Using lipids as a fuel source.
  22. v Reduced form of NAD; used to transfer electrons.
  23. w A glycerol with one fatty acid chain.
  24. x Pharmaceutical agents that decrease cholesterol production within the body via downregulation of HMG-CoA reductase.
  25. y Amino acid with alphatic side chain that is non-linear.
  26. z Co-enzyme of dehydrogenases; plays a role in intermediary metabolism as an oxidizing agent or reducing agent for metabolites.
  27. aa Fat cells.
  28. ab Hormone and neurotransmitter; also known as adrenaline.
  29. ac Amino acid that does not need to be included in the diet.
  30. ad A source of protein that contains an adequate proportion of all nine of the essential amino acids necessary for the dietary needs of humans or other animals.
  31. ae Riboflavin derived hydrogen acceptor in the Krebs cycle.
  32. af Removal of an amine group from a compound.
  33. ag An organic acid containing a functional ketone group and a carboxylic acid.
  34. ah Salt of pyruvic acid; the end product of glycolysis.
  35. ai Lipid binding protein that is part of a lipoprotein.
  36. aj Removal of hydrogen atom(s) to form a double bond.
  37. ak A glycerol with two fatty acid chains.
  38. al Lipid/sterol contained in the body's cells and fluids that acts as a precursor to hormones and bodily structures.
  39. am Degradation of proteins.
  40. an (Re)building of proteins.
  41. ao An organic byproduct of the anaerobic metabolism; derived from pyruvic acid; can be used as an energy source for cells.
  42. ap Movement of ATP from one compound to another so that it can be used.
  43. aq A fatty acid with multiple double bonds in the chain.
  44. ar Particles used in lipid transport, assembled in the liver by cholesterol and apolipoproteins, converted to LDL.
  45. as Unsaturated omega-3 fatty acid; see linolenic acid.
  46. at Process of breaking down glucose for energy; can be fast or slow.
  47. au Liquid component of blood that suspends blood cells; contains water, glucose, proteins and hormones.
  48. av Enzyme necessary for glycogenolysis; breaks glycogen into glucose units.
  49. aw The point at which lactic acid begins to accumulate in the bloodstream.
  50. ax The transfer of an amino group from an amino acid to an alpha-keto acid.
  51. ay Reserve of amino acids found in blood plasma.
  52. az Enzyme necessary for the conversion of excess glucose into stored glycogen.
  53. ba One of a group of organic nitrogen compounds.
  54. bb Principles that govern energy exchange, including heat exchange and the performance of work.
  55. bc The cation of acids; consists of a hydrogen atom whose electron has been transferred to the anion of the acid.
  56. bd Without oxygen present.
  57. be A lipoprotein that transports cholesterol and triglyceride from the small intestines to tissues of the body.
  58. bf Anabolic hormone that causes growth and cell reproduction; also known as somatotropin.
  59. bg Water soluble final nitrogenous excretion product synthesized from ammonia and carbon dioxide, found in urine.
  60. bh Breakdown of fatty acids into acids and glycerol.
  61. bi Breakdown of stored glycogen to glucose.
  62. bj Protein found in mitochondria (inner membrane) that transports electrons.
  63. bk Use of lactate produced in the muscles by the liver for the production of glucose.
  64. bl Family of unsaturated fatty acids characterized by a carbon-carbon double bond three spaces in from the methyl end.
  65. bm Co-enzyme that plays a role in intermediary metabolism, can enter the Krebs cycle to produce energy and be used for fatty acid synthesis.
  66. bn Hormone secreted by the pancreas to increase blood glucose.
  67. bo Also known as NH3, a very basic end product of protein metabolism.
  68. bp An enzyme that is used to convert cholesterol to a transportable form for lipoproteins.
  69. bq System of enzymes involved in the synthesis of fatty acids.
  70. br A lipoprotein that transports triglyceride and cholesterol from the liver to body tissues.
  71. bs A fatty acid with no double bonds in the chain.
  72. bt Composed of ATP and phosphocreatine, this system replenishes energy without the use of oxygen.
  73. bu Balance between protein synthesis and breakdown.
  74. bv Isoenzyme found in muscle and brain tissue that catalyzes the formation of ATP; higher after tissue injury.
  75. bw Nitrogenous substance; derived from arginine, glycine, methionine, found in muscle tissue.
  76. bx Compound of creatine (Cr) and phosphoric acid (P) found in muscle.
  77. by Central part of the adrenal gland that secretes epinephrine, norepinephrine, and dopamine.
  78. bz A lipoprotein that transports fatty acids and cholesterol from the body tissues to the liver.
  79. ca Chains, branches or rings of carbon atoms that form organic molecules.
  80. cb Breakdown of fatty acids that takes place in the mitochondria and peroxisomes.
  81. cc Hormone and neurotransmitter; also known as noradrenaline.
  82. cd A single double bond in the fatty acid chain.
  83. ce Synthesis of glycogen.
  84. cf Development of plaque in the lumen (interior space) of blood vessels.
  85. cg Intermediate that couples with acetyl Co-A to form citrate.
  86. ch Series of reactions in the cytosol that converts glucose into pyruvic acid and ultimately ATP.
  87. ci Fat tissue.