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NutriSci10 Spring06 Final

NutriSci10 Spring06 Final - Nutxitianal Sciences 10 Find...

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Nutxitianal Sciences 10 Prof. Amy: May, 2006 Find Exam - 60 points It is the student's responsibility to know the following instructions. Failure to adhere to the foIlowing instructions may result in 0 points earned on the exam. Print your name on the line pm~ided on the scantron sheet. On the next line print your section number md the first name of your GSI. Turn the sheet "longways"'. Fill in your complete SID in the spaces provided. * Mark the last two rows LLOO"' if you would like your exam scare to be posted by SID. Mark the last two rows &01" if you do not want your exam score to be posted. Use only a #2 pencil on your scantran. * ABSOLUTELY NO Cell Phones, No Cnleulators. Choose the best answer for eacb question. You may keep b e question sheets. 1. You have version b of the exam. Please mark b as the answer to question one. 2. You are working in a new biotech company and have found a diet drug that totally blocks all absorption of fat. You think, "I will be richer than Bill Gates." Your boss, however, thinks that you need to re-take NS 10. What is the problem? a. Dietary fat is essential for the absorption of iron and calcium. b. Your boss doesn't h w that humans can make JI the fat that they need. c. Humans cannot make enough cholesterol for the synthesis of Vitamin D without dietary fat. d. We need some dietary fat and the fat-soluble vitamins, which are transported by chylomicmns. e. Most people could lose JP their excess weight if they really wanted to and tried hard- 3. Which of the following conditions is associated with edema? a. Excessive use of certain drugs which causes high excretion of water md amino acids b. Excessive circulating lipoproteins that cause blood volume to increase, c. Above-nomal concentration of b l d protein which caucs fluid to leak from the blood vessels d. Below-nod concentration of blood protein which causes fluid to leak fbm the bid vessels e. Excessive protein in the diet leading to increased retention of fluid, especially in the extravascular spaces 4. How is oxygen delivered to the muscles?
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