Chapter_11_The Life Cycle Conception through the Later Years

Chapter_11_The Life Cycle Conception through the Later...

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Chapter 11 – The Life Cycle: Conception through the Later Years Ans.  Page Multiple Choice a 355 1. The bifidus factor favors: a.   bacterial growth in the intestinal tract. b.   iron absorption. c.   hormone production. d.   allergy protection. d 351 2. The American Academy of Pediatrics has taken the position that women should stop  drinking: a.   during the first trimester of pregnancy. b.   when they first learn they are pregnant. c.   throughout the entire pregnancy. d.   as soon as they plan to become pregnant. c 354 3. Which of the following beverages has the highest caffeine content? a.   chocolate milk b.   cola beverage c.   brewed coffee d.   brewed tea c 364 4. School lunches should provide a minimum of _____ of the DRI for protein, vitamin A,  vitamin C, iron, and calcium for children. a.   1 / 8 b.   ¼  c.   1 / 3 d.   ½  e.   2 / 3 b 349 5. Normal weight gain during pregnancy amounts to about _____ pounds. a.   15 to 20 b.   25 to 35 c.   35 to 40 d.   40 to 45 b 358,360-61 6. Which food is added to an infant’s diet for the prevention of iron-deficiency anemia? a.   orange juice b.   enriched cereal c.   bananas d.   yellow fruits e.   bread 89
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d 355 7. The secretion rich in antibodies which precedes the production of milk by the breast is  called: a.   casein. b.   lactalbumin. c.   lactoferrin. d.   colostrum. e.   bifidus. c 347 8. To lower the risk of neural tube birth defects, women are advised to get the  recommended amount of _____, especially before becoming pregnant. a.   calcium  b.   vitamin E  c.   folate d. protein  e. zinc e 345 9.   The placenta is the: a. developing infant during its second through eighth week after conception until  birth. b.   developing infant from the eighth week after conception until birth. c.  muscular organ within which the infant develops before birth. d.   infant from birth until her first birthday. e.   organ from which the infant receives nourishment. d 349 10. Which of the following is the most potent single indicator of an infant’s future health  status? a.   mother’s weight before pregnancy b.   amount of weight gained during pregnancy c.   mother’s nutrition status prior to pregnancy d.   birthweight of the infant a 358 11. The nutrients which need to be supplied first by solid foods in a baby’s diet are: a.   vitamin C and iron. b.   vitamin A and vitamin D. c.  
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