Final nutrition wi08

Final nutrition wi08 - A) This exam has 100 multiple-choice...

Info iconThis preview shows pages 1–5. Sign up to view the full content.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
A) This exam has 100 multiple-choice questions, and each question is worth 5 points. Make sure you have all questions. Be sure to write and bubble in your ID number and name on the scantron sheet. B) For each question, choose only one answer from the choices offered, and enter it onto the appropriate space of the scantron sheet. Use a number 2 pencil only. C) You have 2 hours total (3-5PM) to answer the questions.
Background image of page 1

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
BIBC 120 Nutrition Crawford Winter 2008 2 1) Cobalamin is called a) Vitamin B1 b) Vitamin B6 c) Vitamin B12 d) Vitamin C e) None of the above 2) Cholecalciferol is called a) Vitamin B1 b) Vitamin B6 c) Vitamin B12 d) Vitamin C e) None of the above 3) Riboflavin is called a) Vitamin B1 b) Vitamin B6 c) Vitamin B12 d) Vitamin C e) None of the above 4) Ascorbic acid is called a) Vitamin B1 b) Vitamin B6 c) Vitamin B12 d) Vitamin C e) None of the above 5) Thiamin is called a) Vitamin B1 b) Vitamin B6 c) Vitamin B12 d) Vitamin C e) None of the above 6) Pyridoxal is a component of: a) Vitamin B1 b) Vitamin B6 c) Vitamin B12 d) Vitamin C e) Vitamin D
Background image of page 2
BIBC 120 Nutrition Crawford Winter 2008 3 7) The research paper “Super Bowls” investigates: a) Effect of food consumption on size of serving bowl selected. b) Effect of participants’ plate size on how much food is consumed. c) Effect of serving bowl size on how much food is consumed. d) b & c e) none of the above 8) Individual characteristics of participants considered in the “Super Bowls” study that did not vary significantly between the two lines were: a) BMI b) Age c) Years of college education d) a & b e) a, b & c 9) The main finding(s) in the paper “Super Bowls” was that: a) Larger serving bowls lead to about a 50% increase in food consumption. b) Smaller serving bowls lead to about a 100% decrease in food consumption. c) Small environmental factors can have large influences on food consumption. d) a & c e) b & c 10) The authors of the paper “Super Bowls” comment that their findings justify further research on: a) How smaller serving bowls could be used to discourage people from eating unhealthy foods. b) How serving bowl size affects consumption of healthier foods such as fruits and vegetables. c) How plate size affects food consumption. d) How gender affects food consumption rates. e) a & d 11) In the US, women don’t get enough a) Sodium b) Calcium c) Chloride d) Glucose e) b & c 12) Calcitonin a) is released when bone Ca levels are too high b) increases parathyroid hormone levels c) decreases parathyroid hormone levels d) a & c e) none of the above
Background image of page 3

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
BIBC 120 Nutrition Crawford Winter 2008 4 13) In the US, men get more than enough a) Sodium b) Calcium c) Chloride d) Iron e) a, c & d 14) Which is NOT a part of folate? a) glutamate b) pyrimidine c) carboxyl group d) para-aminobenzoic acid e) none of the above 15) Leptin a) is a water-soluble vitamin b) suppresses food intake c) is produced by the liver d) induces weight gain e) none of the above 16) What is the reactive center of Vitamin B1?
Background image of page 4
Image of page 5
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

This note was uploaded on 02/20/2009 for the course BIBC bibc 120 taught by Professor Crawford during the Spring '08 term at UCSD.

Page1 / 17

Final nutrition wi08 - A) This exam has 100 multiple-choice...

This preview shows document pages 1 - 5. Sign up to view the full document.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
Ask a homework question - tutors are online