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8.Thefirstnutrient to be chemically digested is:a) starchb) proteinc) fatd) mineralse) vitamins
9.Which chemical,found in the stomach, activates pepsinogen to pepsin?
10.Amajorfunction of thelarge intestineis:
11.Cells in thelarge intestinethat produce large amounts of mucus to aid in thepassage of feces are called:
12.The transport of digested end products from the GI tract to the blood or lymph iscalled:a) ingestionb) digestionc) secretiond) absorption
13.Circular folds, villi, microvilli, and segmentation are all associated with the:
14.Which organ produces enzymes that act onall classes of nutrients?
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16.The number of permanent teeth in the adult dentition is:a) 20b) 24c) 28d) 32
FourthExamQuestionPoolLymphatic, Respiratory, Digestive, Urinary Systems9MATCH the organ with digestive function.An organ may be used more than onetime.17.site where starch digestion beginsa)mouth18.tube through which food moves via peristalsisb)esophagusbut no digestion takes placec)stomach19.site where protein digestion beginsd)small intestine20.site where pancreatic enzymes and bile entere)large intestinethe alimentary canal21.site of vitamin K synthesis22.site of fat digestion23.site where protein digestion is completed24.site where carbohydrate digestion is completed25.site of most digestion and absorptionMATCH the enzyme or chemical with the nutrient.A nutrient may be used morethan one time.26.amylasea)sucrose27.lactaseb)maltose28.pepsinc)fat29.peptidasesd)protein30.trypsine)lactose31.lipaseab)starch32.bile salts33.maltase34.sucrase
FourthExamQuestionPoolLymphatic, Respiratory, Digestive, Urinary Systems10MATCH the following with the best description:35.mumpsa)inflammation of the parotid glands36.dental cariesb)tooth decay37.bolusc)soft, rounded mass of food38.masticationd)chewing39.soft palatee)during swallowing closes off nasal cavity40.alveolusab)bone socket for tooth41.pharynxac)common passageway for food and air42.rugaead)folds in stomach wall for expansion43.intrinsic factorae)necessary for absorption of B1244.gall bladderabc)temporarily stores excess bile45.emulsificationabd)physical breakdown of large fat globules intosmaller ones
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