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Biology: Concepts and Connections, 6e (Campbell) Chapter 21 Nutrition and Digestion Multiple - Choice Questions 1) Humpback whales  A) use a bubble net system to capture krill for food.  B) catch and eat salmon and seals throughout the year.  C) use baleen to blow bubbles for capturing krill.  D) eat nothing but kelp.  E) use baleen to catch salmon.  Answer:  A  Topic:  Opening Essay  Skill:  Factual Recall 2) Which of the following statements regarding animals is  false?  A) Animals that eat plants are called herbivores.  B) Animals that eat meat are called carnivores.  C) Animals that live in or on their food source and eat their way through it are called substrate feeders.  D) Animals that eat plants and meat are called omnivores.  E) Animals that extract food particles suspended in the surrounding water are called fluid feeders.  Answer:  E  Topic:  21.1  Skill:  Factual Recall 3) Most animals are  Topic:  21.1  Skill:  Factual Recall 4) Digestion is the  A) absorption of nutrients suspended in water.  B) conversion of glycogen to glucose.  C) chemical and mechanical breakdown of food for absorption into the body.  1
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D) churning of food in the stomach and intestine.  E) process of building proteins from amino acids.  Answer:  C  Topic:  21.2  Skill:  Factual Recall 5) During which of the following stages of food processing is undigested material removed from the digestive tract?  Topic:  21.2  Skill:  Factual Recall  6) What happens to nutrient macromolecules in an animal's digestive tract?  Topic:  21.2  Skill:  Conceptual Understanding
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