6 Written Questions
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Regulates chemical reactions, fluid replacement.
Found in most foods.
- a small sac-like organ which stores and releases bile into the small intestine.
- Provide energy, measured in calories.
Bread, cereal, pasta, fruits, root vegetables.
- the wavy motion in the muscles of the esophagus that causes food to move down.
- Regulates nerve transmissions, strong bones and teeth.
Fruits, vegetables, protein products.
5 True/False Questions
stomach → a sack-like muscular organ where food is churned around in hydrochloric acid
liver → a large organ located above and in front of the stomac. It filters toxins from the blood, makes bile and some blood proteins.
small intestine → a long, wide tube that food goes through after it goes through the small intestine
Proteins → Control functions, regulate. Strong bones, teeth, blood clotting.
Fruits, vegetables, proteins, milk.
mouth → Provide energy for short term.
Butter, oil, fats, meats, whole milk, cheeses.