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Midterm-Chilikuri-07SU - BIBC 120 Nutrition Midterm Name...

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BIBC 120 Nutrition Midterm Name:_____________________________________ 1 PID #_______________________________ BIBC 120 Nutrition Midterm Thurs Aug 23th, 2007 Exam Instructions PLEASE READ CAREFULLY AND FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS. There are several versions of this exam. Your version is listed at the top left corner of this page. From Part B: CROSS OFF the question you are omitting. Question number Point value Points earned Part A. Multiple choice 31 Part B. Short Answer 1 17 2 17 3 17 4 17 5 17 6 17 7 17 8 17 Total
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BIBC 120 Nutrition Midterm Name:_____________________________________ 2 INSTRUCTIONS Answer all the questions in Part A of the exam. In Part B, select any 7 short answer questions. Cross out the question (entire page) that you are omitting and cross off the question on the cover page of the exam. If you attempt all the questions and do not cross out the one you are omitting, Question 8 will not be graded, whether or not that was your intention Please write your full name (last and first name) on EVERY page. Write your answers with a PEN. Answers written in pencil WILL NOT BE ELIGIBLE FOR REGRADING. Keep your answers short and within the space provided. Do NOT write on the back of the sheet. Answers on the back will be crossed off and will not receive credit. Show your ID when you bring your exam to the front of the room
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BIBC 120 Nutrition Midterm Name:_____________________________________ 3 Part A (30 points) (6 points) The presence, smell, sight, or thought of food stimulates the production of the hormone __ Gastrin _____, which in turn causes the production of _ hydrochloric acid ___. The stomach is protected from these secretions by __ mucus ___ which is produced by ____ mucous _________ cells. (2 points) Which of the following statements regarding fibers is TRUE? Circle all that apply. A. Fibers are plant materials that can be digested in the stomach and the small intestine. B. Fibers are plant materials that cannot be digested in the small intestine because their monosaccharide unites are connected by alpha-glycosidic bonds. C. Fibers are plant materials that cannot provide significant energy because they are indigestible. D. Fibers are plant materials that decrease the amount of water and bulk in the intestine. (2 points) Circle all that apply . Yogurt can often be consumed by lactose maldigesters because…. A. all the lactose has been removed before processing B. lactase has been added to the yogurt before sale C. lactose is bound to the casein in yogurt D. the bacteria that convert milk to yogurt digest the lactose (2 points) Heartburn from esophageal damage is caused by a malfunction of the ___ lower esophageal or cardiac ____ sphincter. (2 points) Food A has been made with sunflower oil while Food B has been made with butter. Which of the two foods is likely to contain more Trans fat? A. Food A B. Food B . C. Neither contain Trans fat D. Both equally (3 points) An anorexic often develops a fuzzy layer of fine hair known as ___ lanugo _____. The purpose of this is to provide insulation that is normally provided by ___ subcutaneous __ ___ fat ____ (2 words).
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BIBC 120 Nutrition Midterm Name:_____________________________________ 4 (3 points) The presence of fiber in a meal causes a(n) _______________ in transit time in the stomach and a(n) _________________in transit time in the small intestine. (Transit
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