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2. Transport of FFA across the cell membrane into muscle cells occurs through:

  • Facilitated diffusion
  • Diffusion
  • Active transport
  • Active cotransport

3. Fat oxidation can be summarised into three simple steps. What is the 3rd step?

  • Fatty acids are broken down step by step to acetyl CoA to enter the TCA cycle.
  • Lipids must be mobilised from adipose tissue. TAG is degraded to fatty acids & glycerol
  • Lipids must be mobilised from adipose tissue. TAG is degraded to fatty acids & glycerol

4. FFA are converted to CoA derivative in preparation for Beta Oxidation. What else does this priming reactin require?

  • Oxygen
  • ATP
  • Water
  • Carbon dioxide

5. What is a function for glyceraldehyde 3-phosphate

  • It acts as an intermediate in glycolysis and gluconeogenesis
  • It acts as an intermediate in lipolysis
  • It acts as an intermediate in the TCA cycle

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