Nutri Sci Exam 1-5 - 25 Which is the fiber-containing...

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Unformatted text preview: 25. Which is the fiber-containing component of wheat? bran b. endosperm c. germ d. starch e. none of the above 26. Which is a disaccharide? lactose b. galactose c. fructose d. aandb e. b andc 27. Which is composed of glucose units? a. maltose b. amylase c. glycogen cl. 3 and b all of the above 28. Which statement is FALSE concerningfiber? a. Soluble fiber reduces blood cholesterol. b. Insoluble fiber increases intestinal bulk. © Soluble fiber is split by enzymes of the intestinal villi. d. Insoluble fiber speeds transit time. e. Soluble fiber slows carbohydrate absorption. 29 Gluconeogenesis is the .synthesis of glucose from amino acids b. synthesis of amino acids from glucose c. synthesis of fatty acids from glucose d. synthesis of necessary carbohydrates from glucose e. breakdown of glycogen to make glucose 30. Anecdotal evidence is a. a necessary step in the scientific method. ® useful in developing questions from which to formulate hypotheses. c. proof that a cause and effect relationship exists. d. never useful in scientific research. 31. Human studies in nutrition are . high in generalizability and high in control. b‘ high in generalizability and low in control. c. low in generalizability and low in control. (1. low in generalizabiiity and high in control. 32. Randomization in human clinical trials is necessary in order to a rule out placebo effect K compensate for humans’ random action C control for differences 1n the sample population being studied é. enhance the effects of the intervention ...
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