Vitamins And Minerals Quiz

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1.  Absorbic Acid is most commonly known as
2.  What type of compunds are vitamins
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3.  bone has two types of cells what are they
4.  Anti-inflection vitamin” is The maintenance of epithelial tissues (membrane) in preventing infection
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B.
5.  Some of carotenoids  (not vitamins; from most colorful fruits and vegetables) can be converted to vitamin A
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B.
6.  What water soluble vitamin  is component of coenzyme A (CoA) in energy metabolism for CHO, fats, and protein into Krebs cycle
7.  Vitamin k is mainly stored in the
8.  One of carotenoid, beta-carotene, is a powerful antioxidant to  interfere with free radical activity
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B.
9.   Electrolyte Establish the proper electrical gradient across cell membranes.Modulate fluid exchange within the body's fluid compartments.Regulate the acid and base qualities of body fluids
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B.
10.  Which vitamin is essential for blood clotting
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11.  How do plants manufacture vitamins
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12.  Water soluble vitamins act mainly as
13.   what trace mineral function include: Formation of Hemoglobin and myoglobin, Forms some enzymes for energy metabolisms and is Important for immune functionBrain development 
14.  The role of coenzyme is for activation of enzymes
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B.
15.  Which are minerals have electrical chared particles
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16.  B-complex vitamins play key roles as coenzymes during CHO, fat, and protein catabolism.
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17.  Zinc is a Cofactor of many enzymes in energy metabolism, functions in Protein synthesis, and Plays a role in wound healing, which enhance immune function
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B.
18.   vitamin B7 can Functions as coenzyme in the metabolism of CHO, fats, and protein
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B.
19.  Vitamin B12 is known as
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20.   which major mineral  functions as Bone and tooth formation, Blood clotting, Nerve impulse transmissio,n Muscle contraction
21.  Antioxidant vitamins prevent muscle damage during training and enhance exercise performance
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B.
22.   Vitamin B3 Functions as coenzyme involved in energy production from CHO and Affect fat metabolism by blocking free acid release from adipose tissue to increase CHO use
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B.
23.  Trabecular bone is more susceptible to calcium loss than the more dense compact bone
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B.
24.  Vitamin B5 is also known as
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25.  What percentage of calcium is absorbed
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26.   which  fat soluble vitamin acts as hormone to increase intestinal absorption of calcium
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27.  B1 vitamins is
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28.  Vitamin B3 is
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29.  Which trace mineral is Essential for synthesis of thyroid hormone
30.   which fat soluble vitamin Forms visual purple for night vision (visual pigment).Maintains epithelial tissue in skin and mucous membranes.Promotes bone formation
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31.  Rickets in children and Osteomalacia in adult is a result in the deficiency of vitamin D
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B.
32.  Vitamin B6 is
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33.   which bone cell secrete collagen and then pull calcium and phosphorus from the blood to form a hardened material that provide structure of bone
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B.
34.  Provide structure in forming bones and teeth. Help maintain normal heart rhythm, muscle contraction, neural conductivity, and acid base balance Regulate cellular metabolism by becoming part of enzymes.
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B.
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35.  In normal condition, our body cells produce many antioxidant enzymes to help neutralize free radicals and prevent cellular (DNA), lipids, protein , and other molecule damage.
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B.
36.  Recommendation for vitamin k in women is 120ug and 90ug in men
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B.
37.  Recommnedation for both men and women of vitamin E are
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38.  Water soluble vitamins in excess have a low potential for toxicity
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B.
39.  Proper use of iron in the body. *** converted ferrous iron (F2+) to ferric iron (F3+) so that iron (F3+ ) can be transported in the blood. Help to protect the body against free radical damage Involved in connective tissue formation
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40.  What water soluble vitamin can: 1.Functions as coenzyme in protein metabolism and glycogen metabolism   2.Neurotransmitter formation   3.Necessary for formation of hemoglobin and red blood cells.
41.  Vitamin B2 is also known as
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42.  If high potassium and Clhoride are low in intakes → then blood pressure will be high
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43.  Regular exercise training can increase the body’s natural antioxidant defense mechanisms and decrease free radicals
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44.  Recommendation for vitamin D in both women and men are both
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45.   T3 (triiodothyronine) and  T4 (thyroxine) are both thyroid hormones
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B.
46.  Iodine RDA recommnedation are
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47.  RDA recommnedations for Potassium are
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48.  What two vitamins can function as coenzyme for DNA formation and red blood cell development
49.  Vitamins A, C, E, and beta-carotene serve important protective functions as antioxidants.
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B.
50.  Vitamin C, A, D, E, K and chloine are all water soluble vitamins
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B.
51.  Malonaldehyde (MDA)  and pentane are
52.  Vitamin E is distributed through what tissue
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53.  Magnesium RDA for men are 400-420ug and 310-320ug for women
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54.  If vitamins taken in excess can be stored in
55.  Vitamin D is also know as the sunshine vitamin
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B.
56.  Which three vitamins are also known as the antioxodant vitamins
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57.  For coenzyme to function only one part needs to be present
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58.  Supplementing Vitamin B6, an essential coenzyme in glycogen and amino acid metabolism, did NOT benefit people, exercising in high-intensity aerobic exercise.
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B.
59.   how many major minerals
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60.  Vitamins exist in what to forms
61.   vitamin B6 can Functions as coenzyme for DNA formation and red blood cell development
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62.   RDA recommendation for vitamin A for  women and men are
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63.  Fat soluble vitamins can be taken in excess without medical supervision
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64.  Water soluble vitamins influence after digestion are
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65.   coenzymes consist of two parts: one part is a protein molecule and second part is a coenzyme.
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66.  Vitamins can supply energy and contribute to body mass
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67.  What minerals required smaller amounts < 100  mg daily
68.  (1)Iron (2) Zinc (3)Chromium (4)Fluoride (5)Copper (6)Manganese (7)Iodine (8)Selenium    are all trace minerals
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B.
69.  What mineral Activates enzymes that involved in protein synthesis, Bone metabolism (to maintain bone strength) and Serves as enzymes for CHO metabolism Regulate (lower) blood pressure
70.  Phosphorus combines with calcium to form hydroxyapatite and calcium phosphate to provide rigidity (hardness) to bones and tooth. Phosphorus combines with lipids to form phospholipids to provide integrity to cell membranes. Phosphorus can activate or deactivate enzymes through phosphorylation
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B.
71.  Which vitamin 1.Forms collagen essential for connective tissue development  (e.g. tendons and ligaments)   2.Helps in absorption of iron.   3.Help the formation of epinephrine.   4.Serves as antioxidant
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72.   what vitamin functions as coenzyme involved in energy production from CHO and fats
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73.  Excess water soluble vitamins are excretes through the
74.  Which vitamin promotes bone and tooth formation
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75.   whih trace mineral Activates the enzymes that involve in the reduction of free radicals.Activates the enzymes that involve in the energy metabolism (CHO and Fat) and Activates the enzymes that involve in the protein synthesis.
76.  RDA recommnedation for calcium in both men and women are
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77.  It is a vitamin-like compound, but is NOT classified as a B vitamin.  its function include The formation of  neurotransmitter, acetylcholine which is involved in muscle activation and Maintain the structural integrity of cell membrane
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78.  (1)Calcium (2)Phosphorus (3)Magnesium (4)Sodium (5)Chloride (6)Potassium (7)Sulfur Are all major minerals
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B.
79.  Minerals are organing compunds with caloric value
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B.
80.  –Changes in pH reduces enzyme activity
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B.
81.  Which water soluble vitamin has function that can; 1.Serve as coenzyme for energy production from CHO.   2.Maintain the normal function of nervous system.
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82.  Both women and men RDA recommnedation for Sodium is 1000ug
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B.
83.  Exhaustive maximal exercise induces free radical generation while submaximal exercise (i.e. less than 70% VO2max) may inhibit free radical production
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B.
84.  Adequate calcium intake and regular weight-bearing exercise or resistance training help prevent bone loss at any age.
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B.
85.  Vitamin B9 is
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86.  Excess fat soluble vitamins intake has a high potential for toxicity
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B.
87.  Excessive vitamin E can affect vitamin K’s blood-clotting functions 
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B.
88.  Which bone cell breaks down hardened materials, releasing calcium and phosphorus into the blood
89.  Major minerals required higher amounts > 100  mg daily  
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90.  Occurs when vitamins are not excreted effectively and accumulate in the tissue → toxic reaction
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91.  Sodium function is
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92.  Small rise in body temperature increases enzyme activity
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93.  If water soluble vitamin in the diet regularly contains less than 50% of recommended amount of , marginal deficiencies could develop within about four weeks.
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B.
94.  What two factors alter enzyme activity
95.  Chloride + hydrogen  → hydrochloric acid (help to kill bacteria in the stomach)
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B.
96.  Vitamin B7 is called
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97.   name of major mineral that functions with calcium for Bone and tooth formation,Cell membrane structure,Enzyme activation, and is  A component of ATP and CP
98.  Actions of T4 and T3: (1) high metabolic rate (2) high O2 consumption (3) high heat production (4) high Necessary for CNS development (5) high metabolic reactions: protein and lipid synthesis. (6) high activity of many hormone, especially catecholamines. (7) high needed for normal GH function
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