ch. 3 quiz - 1. The villi of the small intestine Student...

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1. The villi of the small intestine Student Response Feedback A. provide an enormous surface area that facilitates absorption. B. store fat-soluble vitamins. C. continuously move food through the small intestine to the colon. D. inactivate enzymes consumed with food. Score: 1/1 2. Constipation can best be prevented by Student Response Feedback A. eating dietary fiber. B. restricting fluids. C. restricting physical exercise. D. using laxatives. Score: 1/1 3. The most active area for the absorption of nutrients into the body is the Student Response Feedback A. stomach.
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Student Response Feedback B. small intestine. C. large intestine. D. liver. Score: 1/1 4. Excessive acid production in the stomach or upper small intestine could result in Student Response Feedback A. poor iron, calcium, and folate absorption. B. excessive intestinal bacterial growth. C. an ulcer. D. decreased fiber digestion and absorption. Score: 1/1 5. Which of the following is a description of chyme? Student Response Feedback A. A watery mixture of partially digested food released by the stomach into the intestines B. The semisolid mass of undigested food that is swallowed C. The mixture of pancreatic juices containing enzymes for digestion
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Student Response Feedback D. A thick, viscous material synthesized by mucosal cells for protection against digestive juices Score: 1/1 6. Which of the following meals would leave the stomach last? Student Response Feedback A. Bagel, orange juice, and banana B. Non-fat yogurt, banana, and skim milk C. Raisin Bran, skim milk, English muffin, and coffee D. Sausage, egg, cheese, biscuit, and coffee Score: 1/1 7. Absorption of nutrients by intestinal cells occurs by all the following mechanisms
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This note was uploaded on 10/13/2010 for the course FSHN FSHN 120 taught by Professor Rebeccaroach during the Fall '09 term at University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign.

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ch. 3 quiz - 1. The villi of the small intestine Student...

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