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PROTEIN

LEE SHEE SHEN


MUHAMMAD SHAHRIZAM SALIMAN
MUHAMMAD SHAFIQ JALIL
MUHAMMAD HAZIM SAMSUL
KHARUL AZIRI
CONTAINS

1. INTRODUCTION
2. MEANING
3. FUNCTION
4. EXAMPLE OF FOOD
5. EFFECT OF EFFICIENCY
6. CONCLUSION
INTRODUCTION

Protein are organic compounds containing


carbon,hydrogen,oxygen and nitrogen. A molecule of protein
is made up of a large number of subunits called amino acids.
Some of these amino acids can be made by our body cells while
others must be supplied through the food that we eat. Protein
are needed for growth and the repair of body tissues. Proteins
are required for the formation of enzymes, hormones,
haemoglobin and antibodies in our body.
MEANING
Food is our main source of energy, much like what
petrol is to a car. To study food more effectively, it is grouped
into seven classes. Each of these food classes has its own
functions, sources and effects due to deficiencies. We need to
eat food from all the different food classes, in the correct
quantities in order to be healthy. Te food we eat needs to be
broken down into simpler molecules that our body can use.
This happens in the digestive process. Various organs and
enzymes are involved in the digestive process.
EFFECT OF
EFFICIENCY
Age -0 ostripped bass Morone saxatilis were fed one of
three formulated diets containing 34%, 44% or 55% crude
protein or a blueback herring Alosa aestirolis reference diet.
Striped bass fed the 55% crude-protein formula diet had the
highest average weigh gain and feed efficiency. Protein
efficiency ratio and protein retained were highest in striped
bass fed the 34% crude protein diet. Whole body protein
concentration was unaffected by dietary protein concentration.
Striped bass whole body moisture concentration within each
dietary treatment.
CONCLUSION
Protein are organic compounds made up of carbon,
hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen. Sometimes ,phosphorus and
sulphur are present. Protein can be divided into two category,
which is plant protein and animal protein. Example of animal
protein are fish, beef mutton and chicken. Example of plant protein
are beans, peas and palmoil. Animal protein contains more amino
acids than plant protein. Amino acids is used for building new cells
and repairing damaged cell. Protein supply us with energy when
the body does not get enough carbohydrate and fat. Excess protein
(amino acids) in the body cannot be stored. They are broken down
by the liver into urea. The urea is excreted in the urine. Lack of
protein can cause marasmus and kwashiorkor.
FUNCTION

Protein are needed for growth and the repair or replacing


damaged tissues. Protein are required for the formation of
enzymes, hormones, haemoglobin and antibodies in our body.
Protein are used to supply energy only when the body does not get
enough carbohydrates.