Flashcards in EPT1 Deck (40)
The name of the first laboratory associated witht eh first exercise physiology was?
Havard Fatigue Laboratory
Where is energy stored in ATP?
Bonds between phosphate
___ accounts for the largest reserve of CHO.
While running at 7.0 mph, which V02 is the best exercise economy?
(whichever one is lowest since its the same amount of work for everyone, lowest number equals best economy)
Where are ATP produced in the cell?
How many kcal come from 1 g of carbohydrate?
The rate limiting enzyme of glycolysis is
Each spin of the Krebs Cycle provides how many ATP?
The net ATP production from fast glycolysis starting with glycogen is
For every FADH that enters the electron transport chain how many ATP are produced?
A hormone that mobilizes free fatty acids is
Exercising at an intensity of 7 METs is classified as what intensity level
The most variable component of total daily energy expenditure is
Thermic effect of activity
One Liter of O2 is equal to ____ kcal of energy
The study of metabolic processes that yield or consume energy is ____?
Factors that can affect a VO2max test include____?
All of the above
(Mode of test, economy of movement, genetics, sex)
In which situation would EPOC be the smallest?
Running at 60% VO2max for 30 minutes
(whatever the least % is for least amount of time)
Increased enzyme availability ____ the speed of the catabolic reaction.
Which of the following is involved with neuromuscular fatigue?
A and B are correct
(A. Potassium leaves the intracellular space
B. Cholinesterase may become hyperactive
C. pH drops below 6.9
D. Accumulation of H+ ions)
Aerobically trained athletes will have which type of response in their oxygen deficit?
Low O2 deficit, meaning a shorter time to steady state O2 consumption
T/F: Supramaximal VO2 is possible and energy is supplied via aerobic energy sources.
T/F: The enzyme ATPase breaks apart ATP into ADP and an inorganic phosphate.
T/F: Fast glycolysis occurs in the miochondria.
T/F: Fat is stored in the adipocytes.
T/F: Hexokinase is responsible for the conversion of pyruvate to lactate.
NAD+ is oxidized to NADH
T/F: Both NADH and FADH enter at Gate 1 in the electron transport chain.
T/F: Oxygen is the last electron acceptor in the electron transport chain.
T/F: The goal of beta oxidation is to cut the carbon chain into 2 carbon molecules.