Nutritional Sciences 132 exam 2 spring 1999

Nutritional Sciences 132 exam 2 spring 1999 - Nutritional...

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Nutritional Sciences 132 EXAM 2 Spring 1999 Directions This exam includes 50 questions of equal weight. Check that you have all of the questions. You also need a computer answer sheet color-coded to match your question set. Use ONLY a No. 2 pencil. Write name and identification number on the computer answer sheet in the appropriate spaces, filling in the appropriate circles. Answer all questions on the computer answer sheet by filling in the circles. Choose the ONE best answer for each question. If necessary to change an answer, erase completely. Turn in your answer sheet at the back door. Show your question set, which you may then keep. You must turn in your answer sheet at the end of the 50-minute exam period. You are not allowed extra time to fill in ID or transfer answers from question set to answer sheet. You are expected to do that within the exam period. This is a BLUE exam. 1. Eicosanoid functions include: a) blood clotting b) inflammation c) systemic responses such as blood sugar regulation e) all of the above 2. Cholesterol is used in a) cell membranes b) bile acids c) steroid hormones e) all of the above 3. What is the primary transport vehicle for lipids through the bloodstream? a) HDL b) LDL c) VLDL d) chylomicrons 4. Which is protective against heart disease?
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b) LDL c) VLDL d) chylomicrons 5. Fats provide which benefits to processed foods? a) texture b) flavor c) satiety e) all of the above 6. What is the leading cause of death in the US? a) cancer b) coronary heart disease c) diabetes d) obesity e) infectious disease 7. Which of the following statements is FALSE? a) Estrogen is protective against heart disease. b) LDLs transport cholesterol to the arterial wall. c) Smoking is a risk factor for heart disease. d) HDLs increase with weight loss. e) none of the above 8. Which of the following is an uncontrollable risk factor for coronary heart disease? a) obesity b) race c) age e) b & c 9. What value for total cholesterol is considered healthy? a) >300 mg/dl b) <200 mg/dl c) <35 mg/dl d) >200 mg/dl 10. a) monounsaturated fatty acid
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