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Exam_1_Version_A_KEY_2010 - 1 MIDTERM 1 Nutrition 116A Fall...

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MIDTERM 1 Nutrition 116A – Fall 2010 VERSION A KEY I agree to abide by the UC Davis Honor Code. ___________________________________________ Signature __________________________________________ Printed Name 1
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MULTIPLE CHOICE Choose the one best answer. Mark your answers on the Scantron. (2 points each) 1. The interaction between nutrients and ______________ is known as nutritional genomics a. Polygenic diseases b. Phenotype c. the Genome d. Pharmacodynamics 2. Which of the following statements best describes the basic premise of indirect calorimetry? a. Energy expenditure is proportional to the body's oxygen production and its carbon dioxide consumption b. It is the approach to energy assessment used in outpatient settings c. Energy expenditure is proportional to the body's oxygen consumption and its carbon dioxide production d. Indirect calorimetry provides less accuracy than standardized predictive equations 3. A postprandial glucose increase stimulates the Beta cells of the pancreas to release insulin, which has what effect on appetite and food intake? a. Increases b. Decreases c. No effect d. Insignificant effect e. None of the above 4. What is a limitation of the Expended Energy Requirement equations? a. They do not account for physical activity b. They were developed for pregnant and lactating women c. They do not account for age d. They apply only to persons having a healthy weight e. All of the above 5. Which of the following is not an absorptive mechanism for drugs? a. passive diffusion b. active transport c. facilitated diffusion d. osmosis 2
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6. What is the appropriate BMI percentile for classification of a child as obese? a. Greater then or equal to 99 th percentile ** this should be 95 th percentile b. Less then or equal to 99 th percentile c. 85 th to less then 94.9 th percentile d. Less then 5 th percentile e. None of the above 7. Choose the one physical problem that is not related to binge eating, vomiting and purging eating disorders a. Increased cholesterol b. Increased potassium c. Enamel erosion d. Arrhythmias e. Normal weight or underweight 8. What are the factors affecting rate of weight gain in an anorexia patient? a. Resting Energy Expenditure b. Edema c. Adipose tissue development d. Both A and B e. A, B, C 9. What is the most important diet therapy guideline for bulimia nervosa? a. Macronutrient replenishment b. Stabilize / normalize eating patterns c. Gain body weight d. Essential fatty acid replenishment e. None of the above 10. What are the normal values for Sodium and Potassium? a. 136 - 146 mEq/L, 98 - 106mEq/L b. 126 - 136 mEq/L, 98 - 106mEq/L c. 3.5 to 5.0 mEq/L, 136 - 146 mEq/L d. 136 - 146 mEq/L, 3.5 to 5.0 mEq/L e. 98-106 mEq/L, 136 - 146 mEq/L 11. The kidneys have limited capacity to concentrate urine. What determines the minimum volume 3
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of water needed for urinary excretion? a.
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