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Name: SIN: Nutrition 111AV Spring 2009 FINAL EXAM June, 8 th 2009 EXAM VERSION A True/False 1. A trace element is defined as a mineral needed in the diet at concentrations less than 100 mg/d. (T) 2. Peptide bonds which hold amino acids together are formed through dehydration. (T) 3. The liver and small intestine are major sites of lipoprotein secretion. (T) 4. The largest compartment of water within the body is the interstitial fluid, which accounts for approximately 70% of total body water. (F) 5. The electrolytes of nutritional importance include sodium, potassium, calcium and chloride. (T) 6. Amino Acids that can be synthesized in the body are considered to be essential amino acids. (F) 7. Micelle formation is critical for lipid absorption. (T) 8. High levels of LDLs in the blood are associated with an increased risk of heart disease. (T) 9. Vitamin C (ascorbic acid) may act as an enhancer of absorption for Fe, Zn, and Cu. (T) 10. The water-soluble vitamins thiamine and niacin are involved in the process of converting pyruvate to acetyl CoA. (T) 11. Long-chain fatty acids are digested in the stomach. (F) 12. Immediately after glomerular filtration, the ionic concentration is ~50% less in the filtrate than it is in the blood. (F) 13. Digestion of alpha-amylose occurs more slowly than alpha-amylopectin. (T) 1
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Name: SIN: 14. Vitamin A is primarily stored in the liver and is sequestered by the protein ferritin. (F) 15. The majority of fats are stored in the body as triglycerides. (T) 16. Copper that is not incorporated into enzymes is typically bound to metallothionein and released into the blood. (F) 17. The active form of Vitamin D is responsible for increasing the synthesis of Calcium binding
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