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Nutrition in Humans and Animals Quiz


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The partially digested food in ruminants is called

A. Cud

B. Rumen


The part of the tooth outside the gums is called?

A. Crown

B. Neck

C. Enamel


The part of the tooth embedded into the jaw is

A. Neck

B. Crown

C. Pulp Cavity

D. Root


The undigested food is thrown out of the body of amoeba through

A. Contractile vacuole

B. Pseudopodia

C. Food Vacuole


What is the name of the cellulose digesting bacteria present in ruminants?

A. Escherichia

B. Bacillus

C. Listeria monocytogenes


The digestion that occurs outside the cells is called

A. Intracellular Digestion

B. Extracellular Digestion

C. Rumination


The finger-like projection on the inner wall of the small intestine are called

A. Villi

B. Oesophagus

C. Taste buds


Human dental formula is

A. 2123 / 2123

B. 1232 / 1232

C. 2312 / 2312


The process by which soluble molecules present in the digested food passes into the body fluids like blood is called

A. Assimilation

B. Absorption

C. Digestion

D. Egestion


Which is the strongest part of our body?

A. Enamel

B. Bone

C. Dentine


Which among the following is not a part of the alimentary canal?

A. Buccal Cavity

B. Stomach

C. Small Intestine

D. Taste Buds


Ruminants have a large sac-like structure called

A. Caecum

B. Rumen

C. Cud


Bile juice is stored in the Pancreas?

A. TRUE

B. FALSE


Our stomach is made up of

A. Muscles

B. Villi

C. Micro-villi


The sticky layer containing food particles, saliva and bacteria is called

A. Plaque

B. Caecum

C. Rumen


The pseudopodia close to form a small cavity called

A. Food vacuole

B. Caecum

C. Contractile vacuole


Which among the following isn’t a process involved in nutrition process?

A. Ingestion

B. Absorption

C. Digestion

D. Inhalation


We have how many molars in both the jaws?

A. 12

B. 6

C. 8


Mosquitos, Butterflies and some other insects live on

A. Liquid Food

B. Blood

C. Water


What does the liver secrete?

A. Bile Juice

B. Pancreatic Juice




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