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Digestive system and Nutrition: Quiz - 4

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Question 1
Which of the following is required for the development of erythrocytes?
A
Vitamin E
B
Vitamin K
C
Vitamin B12
D
Vitamin A
Question 2
Peyer's patches found in the small intestine are
A
Epithelial tissue
B
Glandular tissue
C
Lymphatic tissue
D
Haemopoietic tissue
Question 3
Ptyalin is
A
Strongly acidic
B
Slightly neutral
C
Slightly acidic
D
Strongly alkaline
Question 4
Rickets can be prevented by taking
A
Calciferol
B
Green vegetables
C
Carrots
D
Oranges
Question 5
Seminal plasma in humans is rich in
A
Fructose and certain enzymes but poor in calcium
B
Fructose, calcium and certain enzymes
C
Fructose and calcium but has no enzymes
D
Glucose and certain enzymes but has no calcium
Question 6
Surgical removal of gall bladder in human beings would lead to
A
Jaundice
B
Increased acidity in the intestine
C
Impairment of the digestion of fat
D
none of these
Question 7
Sweetest sugar is
A
Fructose
B
Sucrose
C
Glucose
D
Lactose
Question 8
Tadpole is
A
Omnivorous
B
Herbivorous
C
Carnivorous
D
Sanguivorous
Question 9
Taste buds for bitter taste are found on tongue at
A
posterior part
B
on basal surface
C
tip
D
lateral sides
Question 10
The absorption of glycerol, fatty acids and monoglycerides takes place by the
A
Lymph vessels within the villi
B
Colon
C
Capillaries within the villi
D
Wall of the stomach
Question 11
The catalytic efficiency of two different enzymes can be compared by the
A
Molecular size of enzyme
B
Km value
C
pH optimum value
D
Formation of the product
Question 12
Name the substance which is not a product formed in the small intestine?
A
amino acids
B
Lipids
C
Lipoproteins
D
proteins
Question 13
The cells in the wall of intestine are stimulated to produce secretin by
A
Cholecystokinin
B
Acid in chyme
C
Bile juice
D
Gastrin
Question 14
The characteristics Brunner’s glands found in duodenum secrete hormones:
A
Kinase, estrogen
B
Secretin, cholecystokinin
C
Prolactin, parathormone
D
Estradiol, progesterone
Question 15
Secretin stimulates production of
A
Bile
B
Gastric juice
C
Saliva
D
Pancreatic juice
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18 thoughts on “Digestive system and Nutrition: Quiz – 4

  • saquib

    secretin increases bile production and Hco3` production not stimulate pancreas itz function of ccz

    and itz not yet fully verified that bruners gland do secrete hormones but there main function is mucus sec

  • Ramesh

    Que.3 should be re-worded. Ptylin is an enzyme. It can’t be acidic, basic or neutral. The optimum pH of ptylin is slightly acidic.

    • Apoorv Tyagi

      Km value is the concentrarion of substrate at which the velocity or rate of enzymatic reaction is half of the maximum velocity it can attain.

  • trupal

    nice questions..important for NEET examinations

  • Umang

    Great mcqs, Im loving this site, but there’s an error in the question no.6. Upon removal of gall bladder, nothing happens, answer should be 4. My father’s a gastroenterologist and he told me this. Whenever someone has large gall bladder stones,when nothing else works, you take the gall bladder and no follow up is neccesary.

    • Bhaskar soni

      umang,at UG lavel thinking should that gall bladder secreat bile and emulsificate fat. if fat will not emulsificate than fat will not digest properly,so that ans. is correct.

      • Ramesh

        Bhaskar’s reasoning is theoretically correct but Umang’s answer is close to reality as modern gall bladder surgery doesn’t leave behind any lasting abnormality. Such questions should best be avoided by paper-setters.

    • Administrator

      Tip of the tongue (front of tongue) : salty/sweet buds
      Sides of the tongue : sour taste buds
      Back of the tongue (rare of the tongue) : bitter taste buds
      It is obvious that posterior part responds to bitter tastes.
      Please rectify me if I am wrong.

      • HIMANI TAIWADE

        rare portion is the posterior portion and tip is the anterior one that’s why it is true

  • abhishek

    simple but tricky questions. and these questions have a great importance for any pmt.