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Carbohydrates / Fat-soluble Vitamins Quiz


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What is the chemical name of vitamin A?

A. Thiamin

B. Tocopherol

C. Retinol

D. Cholecalciferol


Identify the deficiency disease where bowed of legs occurs in children.

A. Osteomalacia

B. Beri-beri

C. Osteoporosis

D. Rickets


If we eat too much carbohydrate it is stored in the body as ___?

A. fat

B. extra cells

C. flouride


How many sugar units make up disaccharides?

A. one

B. two

C. three

D. zero


What is the chemical name of vitamin E?

A. Tocopherol

B. Cholecalciferol

C. Retinol

D. Beta-carotene


What is the chemical name of vitamin A?

A. Thiamin

B. Tocopherol

C. Retinol

D. Cholecalciferol


How many sugar units make up monosaccharides?

A. one

B. two

C. three

D. zero


Identify the deficiency disease caused by deficiency of vitamin K.

A. Rickets

B. Night blindness

C. Anemia

D. Blood not able to clot properly

E. Osteoporosis


Name 3 elements from which carbohydrates are formed

A. carbon, hydrogen and oxygen

B. carbon, sulphur and nitrogen

C. sulphur, hydrogen and carbon

D. oxygen, carbon and phosphorus


What is the function of vitamin D?

A. Forms and maintain healthy skin.

B. Help to maintain healthy nerves and muscles.

C. Act as antioxidant.

D. Help to absorb calcium in the body.


Found in fruits, vegetables, grains, potatoes, pasta, breads.

A. Starch

B. Glycogen 

C. Cellulose


Fat soluble vitamins are-

A. Vitamin A, D, E and K

B. Vitamin B complexes and C

C. None of the above

D. Both


Which of these are the functions of vitamin E?

A. Forms visual purple which allows us to see in dim light

B. Acts as an antioxidant

C. Helps the body to absorb calcium

D. For normal blood clotting


Which of these are the functions of vitamin A?

A. Forms and maintain healthy skin.

B. Helps to absorb calcium

C. absorption of iron

D. For normal blood clotting


How many sugar units make up polysaccharides?

A. one

B. two

C. more than two

D. zero




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