Tutor profile: Kira S.
Subject: Nutrition and Wellness
What is the difference between Kwashiorkor and Marasmus?
Kwashiorkor Deficiency: protein Symptoms: skin lesions, edema (from low plasma oncotic pressure), fatty change of the liver (from decreased apolipoprotein synthesis). Clinical presentation: child with swollen abdomen Marasmus Deficiency: energy (total calorie) Clinical presentation: tissue and muscle wasting
Subject: Study Skills
What are some ways to reduce school-induced anxiety?
Plan ahead by creating a study schedule that will prevent having to cram closer to the test/due date. Take breaks when you feel saturated! The brain is much better at processing and retaining information if the information is delivered in chunks at a time. Keep a positive attitude! Approaching a task while nervous, anxious, or fearful blocks the brain's ability to process and retain information. Make studying more fun by creating stories about the material you need to learn! Personifying molecules, bacteria, structures, etc., can make the material much more entertaining and retainable.
a) What cofactors are required by the pyruvate dehydrogenase complex? b) Which of these cofactors is inhibited by Arsenic?
a) 1. Thiamine pyrophosphate (B1) 2. Lipoic acid 3. CoA (B5, pantothenic acid) 4. FAD (B2, riboflavin) 5. NAD (B3, niacin) b) Lipoic acid Symptoms of arsenic poisoning include: vomiting, rice-water stools, and garlic breath
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