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Test & Answers Fall2007

Test & Answers Fall2007 - Test 3 FDSN 214 Section 5...

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Test 3  FDSN 214 Section 5 Fall  2007 c 1. Which of the following is the single most potent indicator of an infant’s future  health status? a. mother’s prepregnancy weight b. mother’s weight gain during pregnancy c. infant’s birthweight d. mother’s prepregnancy nutrition status a 2. A low-birthweight baby is nearly 40 times more likely to die in the first year  of life than is a normal-weight baby. a. true b. false d 3. Which of the following is the major factor in low birthweight? e 4. At eight weeks of development, the fetus is characterized by: c 5. The stage of human gestation from eight weeks after conception until birth of  an infant is called a(an): 93
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a 6..  A pregnant woman needs about ___________ grams of protein per day above  prepregnancy needs. a. 25 b. 55 c. 45 d. 40 a 7. All pregnant women need generous amounts of __________ to spare their  protein and to provide energy. a 8.  What was the relationship of the guest speaker on Global Nutrition to your  professor? c 9. Which of the following nutrients is related to the prevention of neural tube  defects? a 10. Folate fortification has lowered the number of neural tube defects that occur  each year. a. true b. false d
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