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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Defficiency Effects
  2. Folic Acid (B vitamin)
  3. Foods high in Vitamin D
  4. Foods high in Vitamin E
  5. Vit A (in light)
  1. a oils, sweets, fats
  2. b spina bifida (nerval tube defect)
  3. c rodopsin--cis retinene & opsin--cis retinene--trans retinene
    Opsin triggers brain--dark reaction stops
  4. d a water-soluable vitamin that is converted to a coenzyme essential to purine and thymine biosynthesis;
  5. e milk, fish

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Prothrobin---Vit K---Throbin
    ---Fibrin---clot
    Fibrinogen (disolved protein)
  2. squash, carrots, sweet potatoes
  3. Ca &P--under control of parathyroid
    K &Na--osmosis
    I--thyroid
    (eat all types of vegetables, fruits, and cheese
  4. act of diffusing
  5. NAD:Nyacin CoA:Pantethenic Acid PAD: Riboflavin TPD:Thiamin (foods: steak, fruit, beans mushrooms)

5 True/False questions

  1. Defficiency in Vitamin Aosteo-mylacia/ rickets

          

  2. Amino Acids (nonessential)alamine
    aeginne
    aspartic acid
    cysteine
    glutamic
    glutamine
    glycine
    proline
    serine
    tyrosine

          

  3. Low-HDLcarotene (helps eye sight)

          

  4. Ca (Calcium)osteoperosis--56-64yrs
    wedged upper vertebrae
    crushed lower vertebrae

          

  5. Lack of Vitamin Results in:alpha tocopherol; part of cell membrane-keeps it free of free radicals (toxic)

          

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