Chapter 9 quiz questions - Chapter 9 1. Which of the...

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Chapter 9 1. Which of the following is FALSE in regard to trabecular bone? Student Response a. comprises approximately 80% of the skeleton b. very sensitive to changes in hormones and nutrition c. turnover is very rapid d. porous and spongy in composition 2. Which is NOT a symptom of hypercalcemia? Student Response a. loss of appetite b . hemorrhaging c. weakness d. mental confusion 3. Vitamin K serves as a(n) ________ to various enzymes involved in the coagulation of blood. Student Response a. antagonist b. inhibitor c. carrier d . coenzyme 4. Which of the following does NOT increase the risk of developing osteoporosis? Student Response a. high caffeine consumption b . moderate alcohol consumption c. low dietary intake of calcium d. smoking 5. Which of the following is our primary dietary source of vitamin D? Student Response a. green leafy vegetables b. chicken c. milk d. seafood
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6. After the age of 20, bone formation ceases. Student Response False 7. Cortical bone has a faster turnover rate than trabecular bone. Student Response False 8. Fifty percent of Americans with osteoporosis are men. Student Response False 9. Geographical location affects one's ability to synthesize vitamin D. Student Response True 10. Currently, there is no way to measure the health of bone tissue. Student Response False 11. Mary G. is 60 years old and at risk for osteoporosis. Which of the following dietary supplements would be the MOST helpful to minimize bone loss? Student Response a. magnesium and fluoride b. calcium and phosphorus c. calcium and vitamin D d. vitamin K and fluoride 12. Fluorosis is associated with: Student Response a. Alzheimer's disease. b. insufficient intake of fluoride. c. consuming too much fluoride. d. osteoporosis. 13. Where do humans obtain vitamin D?
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Student Response a. diet b. sunlight c. intestinal bacteria d . both A and B
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This note was uploaded on 04/24/2008 for the course FSHN 120 taught by Professor Roach during the Spring '08 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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Chapter 9 quiz questions - Chapter 9 1. Which of the...

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