Quiz Yourself: Question 4
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The following question refers to the introduction section of the paper:

Mark A. Tarnopolsky, Carol Zawada, Lindsay B. Richmond, Sherry Carter, Jane Shearer, Terry Graham, and Stuart M. Phillips. Gender differences in carbohydrate loading are related to energy intake. J Appl Physiol 91: 225-230, 2001.

Select the best answer to this question by checking the appropriate box.

4. What specific hypothesis (or hypotheses) is being tested in this paper?

Women have lower dietary energy intake than men and this explains gender differences in carbohydrate loading.
Variation in muscle enzymes between men and women explain their differing capacities to carbohydrate load.
The first two answers (above) are both correct.
Women do not use as much glycogen as men and therefore do not need to carbohydrate load.