Nutritional Sciences 10 - Fall 2001 - Midterm 3

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MH0112ch3B 1 Nutritional Sciences 10 Fall, 2001 Midterm Exam III Read the following directions carefully. Print your name in the space provided on the scantron sheet. Turn the sheet “longways” and fill in your SID in the spaces provided at the top. Mark the last two rows “00” if you would like your exam score 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 scantron. Choose the best answer for each question. Good luck! 1. You have version (b) of the exam. Mark (b) as the answer for question #1 a. b. 2. Which two maternal dietary practices have been proven to increase the fetus's risk of having a permanent birth defect? a. A high intake of alcohol, a high intake of preformed vitamin A (retinol) b. A high intake of folate, maternal smoking c. A low intake of the B vitamin folate, a low intake of calcium d. A high intake of caffeine, a high intake of sugar substitutes 3. The early breast milk called coloestrum is concentrated in which of the following: a. Carbohydrate b. A highly absorbable form of iron c. Immune factors d. Fat 4. Which of the following statements about the mother's dietary needs during pregnancy is NOT true? a. The mother's need for dietary vitamin A remains about the same during pregnancy b. The mother's need for dietary calcium increases dramatically during pregnancy c. The mother's need for dietary iron doubles during pregnancy d. The mother's need for calories increases by about 300 per day during the last two trimesters 5. Genetically modified foods can be harmful to humans because: a. The new food may contain allergens that can cause harmful reactions in humans b. The new food contains foreign DNA which can become incorporated into our genome c. The new food contains viruses which can cause disease in humans d. The new food can cause normally non-pathogenic organisms in the body to become disease-causing 6. To help maintain water balance, the body produces less __________ under hot and humid conditions. a. Perspiration b. Metabolic water c. Anti-diuretic hormone d. Urine
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MH0112ch3B 2 7. For the older adult, energy needs decrease by about 15%, but requirements for most vitamins and minerals remains the same. a. true b. false 8. Increased muscle glycogen storage, increased fatty acid oxidation, and increased cardiorespiratory fitness are all effects related to: a. endurance exercise training b. having large amounts of fast twitch muscle fibers c. caffeine intake d. increased vitamin and mineral intake 9. Which of the following results from severe dehydration? a.
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