691. During exercise:
A. 1’glycogenolysis in muscle & liver
B. plasma insulin
C. l’ plasma glucagon
D. l’ plasma adrenaline
E. All of the above

692. Which of the following is TRUE?
A. Brain utilize 70% of glucose in the body at rest
B. Red cells uses 20-30% of glucose in the body at rest
C. 5% of ingested glucose is converted to hepatic glycogen
D. Resting muscle uses fatty acid as substrate for metabolism
E. All of the above

693. Which of the following regarding protein turnover is FALSE?
A. Turnover rate of endogenous protein is SO-100mglday.
B. Highest turnover rate of protein occurs in muscle
C. Most filtered amino acids in kidney are reabsorped.
D. All of the above
E. None of the above

694. Which of the following is glucogenic amino acid?
A. Leucine
B. Isoleucine
C. Phenylalanine
D. Alanine
E. Tyrosine

695. Increased uric acid level does NOT occur in:
B. Pneumonia
C. Leukaemia
D. Thiazide diuretics
E. Renal disease

696. Negative nitrogen balance occurs in:
A. Immobilization
B. Starvation
C. 1’corticosteroid
D. 1’insulin
E. All of the above

697. Excretion of the following substance does NOT reduce in starvation:
A. Urea
B. Uric acid
C. Creatinine
D. Etheral sulfate
E. All ofthe above

698. Prolonged starvation in non-diabetic man is NOT characterized by:
A. Ketosis
B. Hypoglycemia
C. Glycogen depletion
D. Protein catabolism
E. None of the above

699. Which of the following is FALSE?
A. Saturated fats does not possess any double bonds
B. Desaturated fats are dehydrogenated fat with double bonds
C. i3 deoxidationoffatty acid is the only source of acetyl coA
D. Long chain fatty acids must be bound to camitine to enter mitochondria for i3 oxidation.
E. Catabolism of 1 mole of6-carbon fatty acid yields 44 moles ATP.

700. Ketone bodies are found in:
A. Liver
B. Kidney
C. Fat cells
D. Muscle
E. All of the above

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