11) What the primary symptom of niacin toxicity?
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11) What is the primary symptom of niacin toxicity?
12) What is transamination?
A) a deficiency of vitamin B6
B) a symptom of niacin toxicity
C) a key process in the creation of nonessential amino acids
D) vitamin deficiency resulting from inadequate protein intake
13) Pellagra is the deficiency disease associated with ________
14) Pellagra was first seen in populations where the dietary staple was ________
A) white rice.
B) unpasteurized milk.
15) Good sources of riboflavin include ________
A) milk, meats, and green vegetables.
B) refined grains and pork.
C) citrus fruits and berries.
D) potatoes, carrots, and bananas.
16) The primary sources of folate in the American diet are ________
A) milk and dairy products.
B) fresh fruits and vegetables.
C) meat, fish, and poultry.
D) enriched ready-to-eat cereals, bread, and grain products.
17) Which of the following explains why folate is critical to the health of a newly conceived embryo?
A) Folate is needed for proper cell division.
B) Folate is essential for maintaining proper fluid balance.
C) Folate regulates bone formation.
D) Folate is essential for heart function.
18) Folate deficiency during pregnancy is associated with
A) Down's syndrome.
B) gestational diabetes.
C) neural tube defects.
19) A toxicity of folate can disguise a true deficiency of ________, resulting in nerve damage.
B) vitamin B6
D) vitamin B12
20) Vitamin B12 is essential for the proper functioning of ________ cells.
A) epithelial (skin)
C) gastric (stomach)
D) hepatic (liver)