Prelim Questions (lecture 7)

Prelim Questions (lecture 7) - 7.1 Which of the following...

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Unformatted text preview: 7.1 Which of the following are digested by saliva 1) Proteins 2) Lipids 3) Minerals 4) Vitamins 5) Starch 7.2 Thankfully the epiglottis is typically in the up position so that: 1) Food travels from the stomach to the small intestine 2) Air typically travels from the nose to the lungs 3) Blood travels from the liver to the heart 4) Blood travels from the heart to the liver 5) None of the above 7.3 Since food enclosed in metal tubes with cloth lids is partially digested: 1) Digestion is both a mechanical and chemical process 2) Digestion is only a mechanical Process 3) Digestion is only a chemical process 4) Digestion is a vital process 5) Digestion is composed of two gestions 7.4 Gastric juice contains 1) Hydrochloric acid 2) Pepsin 3) Mucus 4) all of the above 5) Lipase 7.5 A valve in the skin that leads to the inside of the stomach is called a: 1) Vivisection 2) Dissection 3) Fistula 4) Duodenum 5) Villus 7.6 The fact that meat was digested by gastric juice, but not by acid alone lead to the idea 7....
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This note was uploaded on 09/24/2007 for the course BIO G 110 taught by Professor Wayne,r. during the Spring '07 term at Cornell.

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Prelim Questions (lecture 7) - 7.1 Which of the following...

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