Fed-State Metabolism and the Effects of Insulin Video Lessons

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Problem: Review this graph. At point A on the graph, how would the body respond? a) Secrete insulin. b) Take glycogen into the body's cells. c) Take insulin into the body's cells. d) Break down glycogen in liver cells.

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Blood Glucose Level > Normal: Fed-State Metabolism

• Insulin is secreted, leading to: ↑ glycolysis, ↑ glycogen synthesis

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Review this graph. 

At point A on the graph, how would the body respond? 

a) Secrete insulin. 

b) Take glycogen into the body's cells. 

c) Take insulin into the body's cells. 

d) Break down glycogen in liver cells.

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