Food and Nutrition MCQ Questions and Answers

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Which of the sequences is correct in the life cycle of malarial parasite in the erythrocyte cycle

1. cryptomerozoit – merozoit – gametocytes

2. Merozoit – schizoint – cryptomerozoit

3. schizoint – cryptomerozoit – gametocytes

4. Gametocytes – merozoits – schizoint

Option 1 – cryptomerozoit – merozoit – gametocytes

The sporozoits of the malarial parasite are formed from :

1. macrogametes

2. microgametes

3. zygote

4. salivary glands

Option 3 – zygote

Carrier organisms for yellow fever are

1. Rats

2. Mosquitoes

3. Human beings

4. Pigs

Option 2 – Mosquitoes

Reservoir of non-living substance

1. Human beings

2. Rats

3. Injection needle

4. Monkeys

Option 3 – Injection needle

Eye and skin infections are transferred by

1. Droplet infection

2. Direct contact

3. Airborne transmission

4. unhygienic habits

Option 2 – Direct contact

Mumps is generally observed in children in the age group of

1. 2-3 years

2. 3-5 years

3. 5-7 years

4. 5-15 years

Option 4 – 5-15 years

Jaundice symptoms are seen in the following conditions except in :

1. destruction of a large number of red blood cells in the liver

2. infected by hepatitis virus

3. excretion of bilirubin by the kidney

4. drugs taken that cause damage to liver cell

Option 4 – drugs taken that cause damage to liver cell

In which of the following diseases protection is offered by mosquito net :

1. mumps

2. encephalitis

3. whopping cough

4. measles

Option 2 – encephalitis

Inflammation of lymph vessels and lymph glands result in disease known as

1. malaria

2. filaria

3. encephalitis

4. hepatitis

Option 2 – filaria

Which of the sequences in life cycle of malarial parasite is correct :

1. sporozoit – cryptozoit – cryptomerozoit

2. sporozoit – cryptomerozoit – cryptozoit

3. cryptozoit – sporozoit – cryptozoit

4. cryptozoit – cryptomerozoit – sporozoit

Option 1 – sporozoit – cryptozoit – cryptomerozoit

Fat soluble vitamins are :

1. thiamine, carotene, biotin

2, ascorbic acid, calciferol, riboflavin

3. tocoferol, niacin, cyanocobalamine

4. calciferol, carotene, tocoferol

Option 4 – calciferol, carotene, tocoferol

Water soluble vitamins are :

1. folic acid, carotene, pyridoxine

2. tocoferol, niacin, pantothenic acid

3. riboflavin, cyanocobalamine, calciferol

4. thiamine, ascorbic acid, biotin

Option 4 – thiamine, ascorbic acid, biotin

The story of vitamin dates back to :

1. 15th century

2. 16th century

3. 17th century

4. 18th century

Option 4 – 18th century

Sir H.G. Hopkins discovered a substance required for growth in :

1. water

2. alcohol

3. milk

4. vanaspathi

Option 3 – milk

Beri-beri was caused in Japanese sailors who were eating :

1. ground nut

2. eggs

3. unpolished rice

4. polished rice

Option 4 – polished rice

Reservoir and carrier organisms differ in :

1. Possessing disease causing organisms

2. carrying living infectious agents

3. absence of movement

4. ability to direct infect the host

Option 2 – carrying living infectious agents

Source of infection in disease like tuberculosis, mumps and whopping cough is :

1. direct contact

2. droplets of saliva

3. carrier organism

4. a vector

Option 2 – droplets of saliva

A vehicle borne transmitted diseases are

1. plague and Malaria

2. chicken pox and Tetanus

3. mumps and Common cold

4. eye infection and Influenza

Option 1 – plague and Malaria

During incubation period, the parasite :

1. destroys host tissue

2. release of toxic substance

3. divide and multiply in their numbers

4. block passage in tissues

Option 3 – divide and multiply in their numbers

One following happens manifestation stage of the disease

1. the immune system of the patient fights and kills organisms

2. disease process is haled temporarily or permanently

3. toxic substances are released by the organisms

disease organisms select a suitable carrier

Option 3 – toxic substances are released by the organisms

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