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  • Answer: In a fuel tanker specially built for that purpose.
  • Answer: By truck plane and boat
  • Answer: Fats are chemically breaking down into fatty acids and glycerol bylipase in the small intestine . Unlike amino acids , glucose andglycerol , fatty acids are insuluble in water . However , they formcolloidal particle with the bile salts which can easily dissolvedinto the membrane of the epithelial cells and enter the calls .Once inside the cells , the particles are coated with proteins .These fat particles now are too big to diffuse into the bloodcapillaries . However , they can easily move through the openingsleading to the lymph capillaries which is the lateals . The lymphvessel contain a fluid called lymph which is derived from tissuefluid . Fat particles mix with lymph to form a milky fluid callchyle . Chyle is eventually discharged to all parts of the body ,especially to the liver .
  • Answer: Similarly to Red blood cells, Platelets are collected from bone marrow, transported via diffusion and then destroyed in the spleen 120 days later.
  • Answer: why do celebritey take drughs i know because they are scared butisn;t that a stupid reason to take drugs.
  • Answer: Come to Edmunds to have your car transported. You can find cheap cars on the internet for much less than any used car lot, but how are you going to transport that vehicle? Edmunds is trustworthy and will bring you the car safe and sound.
  • Answer: Teenagers need additional calories to provide energy for growth the boys between the age 11-18 needs 2500-2800 calories and girls need 2200 calories per day.

    Teenagers needs protein for their growth of muscles they need 45-60 grams of protein each day.

    Calcium is also important for the strengthening of bones to take 1200 milligrams of calcium each day teenagers are encouraged to take 2-4 servings of calcium each day.

    Deficiency of iron cause anemia so the boys need 12 milligrams of iron each day and girls need 15 milligrams of calcium daily.
  • Answer: the nutritional value is great.
  • Answer: nutritional anthropometry:

    It is a method used to measure the body composition.
    It provides information on gross body size, skeletal form or configuration, and soft-tissue development and its related with nutrition.

  • Answer: Also called Chayotle. Per 100 grams (3.5 oz.):
    20-22 calories
    4 to 4.5 gr. carbohydrates
    1.7 gr. fiber
    0.13 gr. fat
    0.82 gr. protein
    sodium 237 mg.
    It contains significant amounts of folate, vitamin C and zinc; andsmall amounts of vitamins B1, B2,B3, B5, B6, E and K; and iron,potassium, phosphorus and magnesium.
  • Answer: A lower blood count due to a bad diet.
    There are certain nutritional deficiencies which account for anemia. Vitamin B12 in particular.
  • Answer: A general nutritional guideline, 1 part fat, 2 parts protein and 3 parts carbohydrate and valid for most exercises looking to lose weight.

What is a nutritional monomer that can be transported in the blood?

  • Fatty Acid.

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