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Chapter 2 ₪ Nutrition ₪ Set 2

MULTIPLE CHOICE QUESTIONS

Instruction: Each question is followed by four options. Choose the best answer for each question.

1 The elements founds in carbohydrates are


I carbon
II hydrogen
III oxygen
IV nitrogen
A II and III only
B I, III and IV only
C II, III and IV only
D I, II and III only

Q R

Figure
1
2 A section of the human digestive system is shown in Figure1. In which part
does the digestion of protein begin?

A P
B Q
C R
D S

3 Absorption of most of the remaining water and the formation of faeces are
carried out in the

A rectum
B duodenum
C large intestine
D small intestine

Question 4 and 5 is based on Figure 2.


Visking
tube
Water at
37°C Starch solution + amylase

Figure
2
4 At the end of 30 minutes, what is found in the water outside the visking tube?

A Water only
B Starch solution
C Amylase solution
D Sugar solution

5 Which one of these reagents will give a positive result when it is heated with
the water outside the Visking tube at the end of 30 minutes?

A Iodine solution
B Millon's reagent
C Benedict's solution
D Starch solution

6 Which of the following classes of food is most important for growing children?

A Fats
B Vitamin
C Carbohydrate
D Protein

7 Which part of the alimentary canal keeps the faeces for a while before it is
defaecated?

A Anus
B Appendix
C Rectum
D Large intestine

8 Where is water reabsorbed into the body?


A Large intestine
B Small intestine
C Mouth
D Oesophagus

9 Which of the following classes of food does not contain carbohydrate?


A Rice
B Potato
C Noodles
D Butter

10 Which structure in the alimentary canal helps to absorb digested food?


A Rectum
B Gall bladder
C Liver
D Villi

11 Which of the following is the correct path taken by food through the alimentary
canal?

A Mouth → oesophagus → stomach → small intestine → large intestine →


anus
B Mouth → Stomach → Small intestine → Oesophagus → Large
intestine → anus
C Anus → mouth → stomach → small intestine → large intestine →
oesophagus
D Oesophagus → mouth → anus → stomach → small intestine →
large intestine

12 Which of these helps to determine a person's balanced diet?


I Size
II Age
III Type of job
A I and III only
B I and II only
C II and III only
D I, II and III

13 Liver is produce X. What does X contains?

A oil droplets
B pigments and salts
C pepsin and rennin
D lipases

14 A type of food has the following characteristics


● It provides energy
● It contains carbon, hydrogen and oxygen elements
● It turns blue when tested with iodine
The food is?
A Egg
B Rice
C Meat
D Butter

15 The path that the undigested food passes to become faeces is


A Colon → rectum → anus
B Anus → rectum → colon
C Rectum → colon → anus
D Rectum → anus → colon

SUBJECTIVE QUESTIONS

Instruction: Answer all questions.

Visking Beake
tube r

Starch solution
Distilled + amylase
water
at 37°C

Figur
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1 The experiment is set up as shown in the figure 1. At the end of 30 minutes,
the water in the beaker is tested for starch and sugar.

(a) (i) How do you test for starch?


(ii) Is there starch in the water? Why?

(b) (i) How do you test for sugar?

(ii) Is there sugar in the water? Why?

(c) Name the processes that take place in the


(i) Visking tube :
(ii) Visking tube wall :

PMR TARGET QUESTIONS

Instruction: Each question is followed by four options. Choose the best answer for each question.

Figur
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1 Figure 1 shows a few types of food. These foods are rich in
A Fats
B Proteins
C Carbohydrates
D Vitamins
Figur
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2 Figure 2 shows a few types of food. These foods are rich in
A Vitamins
B Carbohydrates
C Protein
D Fats

3 Why is water important to the body?

I Digest food
II Keep a constant body temperature
III Get rid of waste substances
A I and III only
B I, II and III
C I and II only
D II and III only

4 Which of the following do not contain fat?


A Margarine
B Butter
C Meet
D Rice

Y
Figur
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5 What is the name for figure 3 of X and Y?

X Y
A Small intestine Rectum
B Large intestine Pancreas
C Liver Stomach
D Anus Rectum

TEST IT YOURSELF

Instruction: Answer all questions.

Small intestine
wall

Figur
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1 Figure 1 shows cross section of the small intestine.
(a) What is the function of part labeled X?

[2 marks]

(b) What name of part labeled X ?

[1 mark]

Give two characteristics of the part labeled X which helps it to absorb


(c)
digested food.

(i)
(ii)
[2 marks]
estion.
arch solution
mylase
estion.