Question: Refer to the figure above
showing how cells in different organs of the body respond during
intens…


Muscle Bloodstream Cardiac cells Glucose catabolism releases energy for heartbeat. Glycogen Pyruvate Glucose CO2+ H2O Liver cell Pyruvate Glycogen More glucose is made by anabolism. In the leg muscles glucose catabolism releases energy. CO2 Lactate H20 Amino acids Pyruvate During a sprint, when 02 is limited, some glucose catabolism is anaerobic and produces lactate. When O2 is available again, the rsaction is reversed. Molecules travel In the liver, lactate from muscles is through the blood-converted to pyruvate. stream. 10. (2 pts) Refer to the figure ABOVE showing how cells in different organs of the body respond during intense exercise. Which statement explains how cell metabolism in these organs will shift when the woman in the photo stops running and enters a period of rest? a. Gluconeogenesis in liver cells will increase, and glucose oxidation in heart and muscle cells will also increase. b. Heart and muscle cells will increase their rates of glucose oxidation, and liver cells will shift from gluconeogenesis to glucose oxidation. Liver cells will decrease gluconeogenesis as heart and muscle cells decrease their rates of glucose oxidation. d. Muscle cells will slow their rate of glucose oxidation, which will trigger heart cells to begin gluconeogenesis and liver cells to begin oxidizing glucose. é. Muscle cells will shift toward increased rates of lactic acid fermentation, heart cells will decrease glucose oxidation, and liver cells will decrease gluconeogenesis.Refer to the figure above
showing how cells in different organs of the body respond during
intense exercise. Which statement explains how cell metabolism in
these organs will shift when the woman in the photo stops running
and enters a period of rest? Please explain.

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Muscle Bloodstream Cardiac cells Glucose catabolism releases energy for heartbeat. Glycogen Pyruvate Glucose CO2+ H2O Liver cell Pyruvate Glycogen More glucose is made by anabolism. In the leg muscles glucose catabolism releases energy. CO2 Lactate H20 Amino acids Pyruvate During a sprint, when 02 is limited, some glucose catabolism is anaerobic and produces lactate. When O2 is available again, the rsaction is reversed. Molecules travel In the liver, lactate from muscles is through the blood-converted to pyruvate. stream. 10. (2 pts) Refer to the figure ABOVE showing how cells in different organs of the body respond during intense exercise. Which statement explains how cell metabolism in these organs will shift when the woman in the photo stops running and enters a period of rest? a. Gluconeogenesis in liver cells will increase, and glucose oxidation in heart and muscle cells will also increase. b. Heart and muscle cells will increase their rates of glucose oxidation, and liver cells will shift from gluconeogenesis to glucose oxidation. Liver cells will decrease gluconeogenesis as heart and muscle cells decrease their rates of glucose oxidation. d. Muscle cells will slow their rate of glucose oxidation, which will trigger heart cells to begin gluconeogenesis and liver cells to begin oxidizing glucose. é. Muscle cells will shift toward increased rates of lactic acid fermentation, heart cells will decrease glucose oxidation, and liver cells will decrease gluconeogenesis.

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