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HNSC 3210 ET6
Study Exercises 1-4

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HNSC!3210*ET6!
Study!Exercise!1:!
Energy,!Structure,!and!Func>on!
This!set!of!study!exercises!is!op>onal!
and!will!not!be!graded,!but!comple>ng! it!will!help!you!do!well!on!the!quizzes! and!exams.!
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This!image!shows!a!man!jumping!into! the!water,!beginning!at!a!high!posi>on! (A)!and!ending!in!a!low!posi>on!(B).!
This!image!shows!a!man!jumping!into!
! the!water,!beginning!at!a!high!posi>on! 1. At!which!point,!A!or!B,!does!the!
(A)!and!ending!in!a!low!posi>on!(B).!
man!have!more!energy?!
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1. At!which!point,!A!or!B,!does!the! man!have!more!energy?! A

2. In!the!specific!sense!of!the!term!
“order”!that!we!used!in!class,!at!
2. which!point,!A!or!B,!is!the!man’s!
In!the!specific!sense!of!the!term!
posi>on!more!“ordered”?!
“order”!that!we!used!in!class,!at!

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which!point,!A!or!B,!is!the!man’s! posi>on!more!“ordered”?! A

3.!Draw!a!line!matching!the!phrase!in!each!column!to!the!corresponding!phrase!in!the!column!next!to!it.!!
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1. A!system!high!in!energy.!
!A.!A!system!low!in!order.
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!Y.!A!system!could!become!
3.!Draw!a!line!matching!the!phrase!in!each!column!to!the!corresponding!phrase!in!the!column!next!to!it.!!
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1. A!system!high!in!energy.!
!A.!A!system!low!in!order.
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!this!way!through!a!series!of!
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2. A!system!low!in!energy. !
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!Z.!It!takes!work!to!produce!a!
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4.!Organize!the!following!concepts!into!one!of!two!groups,!depending!on!whether!they!are! be\er!described!as!aspects!of!op>mal!func>on!or!as!responses!to!stress/emergency.! !
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!Social,!psychological,!and!emo>onal!health!Optimal Function
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!Fer>lity! Optimal Function
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!The!immune!response!to!infec>on! Stress/Emergency
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!The!immune!response!to!>ssue!damage!Stress/Emergency
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!Physical!fitness!Optimal Function
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!The!immune!response!to!obesity! Stress/Emergency
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!Sexual!a\rac>on! Optimal Function
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!Proper!skeletal!alignment!Optimal Function
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!Smooth!skin!Optimal Function
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!Fear!of!a\ack!Stress/Emergency
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Social, psychological, and emotional health
The immune response to infection
Fertility
The immune response to tissue damage
Physical Fitness
The immune response to obesity
Sexual Attraction
Fear of attack
Proper Skeletal Alignment
Smooth Skin

5.!Recent!research!suggests!that!obese!men!make!fewer!healthy!sperm,!have!lower! testosterone!circula>ng!in!their!blood,!have!greater!difficulty!becoming!sexually!aroused! and!achieving!erec>ons,!and!have!more!difficulty!impregna>ng!their!partners,!leading!to! overall!lower!fer>lity!than!lean!men.!! !
Using!the!concepts!we!discussed!in!the!first!lecture,!how!could!you!offer!a!reasonable!
explana>on!for!this!phenomenon?!Offer!a!short!answer!using!one!to!three!sentences.!
Any answer that is well reasoned, well articulated, and accurate would be accepted as long as it hit a minimum of the following points:
1) Fertility is energetically costly, and it is therefore compromised if the body physiologically perceives that the resources required for it are not available, or that there are more immediate priorities that must be addressed (i.e., anything falling into what we categorized as an emergency/stress response).
2) The immune system reacts to obesity as if the excess energy accumulation is an emergency that needs to be dealt with.
Once we covered…