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FOOD SCIENCE 150 Name _______________________________ Make-Up Final Exam Student ID #______________________________ May 11, 2006 PART I: SHORT ANSWER ESSAY QUESTIONS (24 POINTS; 4 points each) Answer six (6) of the following seven (7) questions clearly, concisely, and in the space provided. Please write OMIT below the question you do not want graded. Essay Questions 1. Brown describes several root causes of malnutrition in developing countries. Please list four (4) of these causes. 2. Please list four (4) effects of high temperature (abusive temperatures) on food deterioration. 3. In class, we discussed some common seafood poisonings. Name two of them and briefly describe the mechanism by which they cause illness. 4. Briefly define the following terms (where there is an acronym, please be sure to spell out the word that each letter in the acronym represents as part of your definition): 5. From the information presented in lecture, define the term “infection” and give three examples of bacteria that may cause this type of a foodborne illness: A. Infection (definition) 1
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B. Three examples of bacteria that can cause foodborne infections. 6. You are working for a food company and are in charge of adding nutrients to a new breakfast cereal. As discussed in class, list four guidelines that you will follow for the addition of nutrients to this product. 7. A person with a severe food allergy purchases a processed food product that they normally consume without any adverse reaction, but this time after eating the food, they have an extreme allergic reaction. List and briefly explain four possible reasons that could have caused this situation to occur. PART II. MULTIPLE CHOICE (two (2) points each, 60 points) Please read the questions carefully. 1. Which of the following is a protozoan parasite? i. Taenia solium B. Giardia lamblia iii. Trichinella spiralis D. Taenia saginata E. Hepatitis A
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