Question: Question 1 (1 Point) You Have Signed Up (and Trained!) For A Marathon. As Part Of Your Plan, You Eat A Large Meal Of Pasta The Two Nights Leading Up To The Race To ‘carb Load’. What Will This Accomplish? Nothing. People Only Do It Because They Like Pasta. The Carbohydrates Will Enter Oxidative Phosphorylation To Produce ATP. Sugars Not Immediately Needed …

Question: Question 1 (1 Point) You Have Signed Up (and Trained!) For A Marathon. As Part Of Your Plan, You Eat A Large Meal Of Pasta The Two Nights Leading Up To The Race To ‘carb Load’. What Will This Accomplish? Nothing. People Only Do It Because They Like Pasta. The Carbohydrates Will Enter Oxidative Phosphorylation To Produce ATP. Sugars Not Immediately Needed …

Question 1 (1 point) You have signed up (and trained!) for a marathon. As part of your plan, you eat a large meal of pasta th

Question 2 (1 point) Suppose you ate a cheeseburger for dinner last night. Where would the cheeseburger be broken down chemic

Show transcribed image text

Transcribed Image Text from this Question

Question 1 (1 point) You have signed up (and trained!) for a marathon. As part of your plan, you eat a large meal of pasta the two nights leading up to the race to ‘carb load’. What will this accomplish? Nothing. People only do it because they like pasta. The carbohydrates will enter oxidative phosphorylation to produce ATP. Sugars not immediately needed will be stored as glycogen in the liver and muscle cells and released when needed (during the race) as glucose to undergo cellular respiration. It will be used for long-term storage as fat in adipose tissue. It will prevent stomach upset on the day of the race. Question 2 (1 point) Suppose you ate a cheeseburger for dinner last night. Where would the cheeseburger be broken down chemically? Choose all that apply. Assume there are no dietary restrictions, and the cheeseburger consisted of a bun, burger, and cheese. Select 3 correct answer(s) Large intestine Mouth Liver Esophagus Pancreas Small intestine Stomach