NCSU ANS (HS) 215 - 6 (38 pages)

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North Carolina State University
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Ans (Hs) 215 - Basic Agricultural Genetics
Basic Agricultural Genetics Documents
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Exam 4 Units 7 and 8 Regular Review of attempt 1 Started on Friday April 20 2012 12 56 PM Completed on Friday April 20 2012 01 23 PM Time taken 26 mins 59 secs Marks 140 150 Grade 280 out of a maximum of 300 93 Question 1 Marks 1 The LD50 of niacin administered to mice orally is g kg Choose one answer a 1 0 b 5 3 c 4 5 d 9 0 Correct Marks for this submission 1 1 Question 2 Marks 1 Minerals chelated to amino acids or organic acids such as fumarate or malate are more bioavailable because the readily absorbed amino acids and organic acids carry the bound mineral into the enterocyte with them as they are absorbed Answer True False Correct Marks for this submission 1 1 Question 3 Marks 1 K levels in the blood are not important for maintaining normal nerve transmission and muscle contraction Answer True False Correct Marks for this submission 1 1 Question 4 Marks 1 Phytic acid binds and makes unavailable for absorption Choose one answer a Ca b Fe c Zn d all of the answers are correct Correct Marks for this submission 1 1 Question 5 Marks 1 What is the symptom of Mn deficiency in chickens Choose one answer a soft claws b ataxia c perosis d flushing Correct Marks for this submission 1 1 Question 6 Marks 1 The incidence of grass tetany is higher in the spring than any other season for sheep because Choose one answer a forages are high in Mg and high in K b forages are low in K and high in Mg c forages are low in Mg and high in K d forages are low in Mg and low in K Correct Marks for this submission 1 1 Question 7 Marks 1 Zinc is bound and stored by the protein Choose one answer a ferritin b metallothionein c hemoglobin d myoglobin Correct Marks for this submission 1 1 Question 8 Marks 1 The bioavailability of transition metals is especially increased by chelation Answer True False Correct Marks for this submission 1 1 Question 9 Marks 1 Vitamin B6 induced neuropathy in humans is reversible upon discontinuation of administration of the vitamin Answer True False Correct Marks



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