Classify six kinds of amino acids according to the functions that they serve in the human body, stating an example for each class.
Your responses should be a minimum of 2 – 3 paragraphs.
Provided an in depth explanation or analysis of subject or topic.4Used a clear, logical and organized line of reasoning.4Provided adequate justification and evidence that support the opinion expressed.4Used clear and understandable language with no grammar and spelling mistakes.2Used vocabulary relevant to the current and previous weeks’ topics—at least five terms.2
A middle-aged man has been diagnosed as being at high-risk of developing Coronary Artery Disease.
- State the chemical composition of the sterol that is present in high levels in most people who belong to the high-risk group.
- Distinguish between the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ forms of this sterol.
- Explain the function of the good form of this sterol in the body.
- List the food groups that are the sources of the bad form.
Stated the chemical composition of the sterol that is present in high levels in most people at high-risk of developing Coronary Artery Disease.4Distinguished between the ‘good’ and ‘bad’ forms of sterol.4Explained the function of the good form of sterol in the body.4Listed the food groups that are the sources of the bad form.4Submitted on time using correct grammar and spelling.2