KNH 102 Practice Test 4

KNH 102 Practice Test 4 - KNH 102 Practice Test #4 1. When...

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KNH 102 Practice Test #4 1. When does bone growth and modeling start? a. During fetal development b. At birth c. During infancy d. During childhood 2. What is an exchange reaction? a. A reaction that produces free radicals b. A two step metabolic reaction that includes reduction and oxidation steps c. The first stage of cancer development, in which the DNA mutates d. A reaction that turns a provitamin into its active form 3. A DEXA scan T-score between 1 and -1 indicates: a. Lower than normal bone density b. Osteoporosis c. Growing bone d. Normal bone density 4. How do antioxidant minerals stabilize free radicals? a. Donate electrons of hydrogens b. Enzymatic destruction c. Phagocytosis d. Break down and convert them to less damaging molecules 5. Which of the following is false concerning calcium? a. Calcium alkalinity assists in acid base b. Ninety-nine percent of calcium is found in the blood and soft tissue c. When blood calcium falls, osteoclasts will liberate calcium from the bone
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This note was uploaded on 12/25/2010 for the course KNH 102 taught by Professor Brandonkistler during the Fall '09 term at Miami University.

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KNH 102 Practice Test 4 - KNH 102 Practice Test #4 1. When...

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