Digestive system by admin_massage2 | Dec 14, 2021 | 0 comments Welcome to your Digestive system 1. Which one of the following is not stored by the liver? Deselect Answer Iron Fat Vitamin B6 Glycogen 2. Peptones are broken down into? Deselect Answer Proteins Amino acids Peptidase Polypeptides 3. Deselect Answer 4. What is the function of the large intestine? Deselect Answer To reabsorb water and nutrients from digestive waste Neutralises bacteria Churns food with gastric juices Absorb alcohol 5. What is the function of the enzyme lipase? Deselect Answer Converts peptones into polypeptides Converts fats into fatty acids and glycerol Converts starch into polysaccharides Converts milk into curds 6. The accessory organs involved in the digestion process are? Deselect Answer Pancreas and gall bladder Liver, pancreas and gall bladder Liver, pancreas and duodenum Liver and pancreas 7. Erosion in the walls of the digestive system causes? Deselect Answer Ulcers Hernia Jaundice Gall stones 8. Which one of the following is not contained in intestinal juices? Deselect Answer Enterokinase Bile Maltase Lactase 9. Where is the gall bladder positioned? Deselect Answer Behind the liver To the right of the liver To the left of the liver In front of the liver 10. What is the function of bile? Deselect Answer It emulsifies glycerol It emulsifies fats It neutralises bacteria It emulsifies fatty acids 11. Where is excess bile stored? Deselect Answer Liver Stomach Gall bladder Pancreas 12. Which one of the following does the liver not produce? Deselect Answer Bile Urea Vitamin B Vitamin A 13. The stomach is responsible for which type of digestion? Deselect Answer Fat and carbohydrate digestion Carbohydrate digestion Fat digestion Protein digestion 14. Where is the submandibular gland situated? Deselect Answer Above the ear Below the ear Below the tongue Above the tongue 15. What is the function of hydrochloric acid? Deselect Answer Converts proteins into peptones Converts polypeptides into amino acids Neutralises bacteria Emulsifies fats 16. 21. Which of the following is not a function of the tongue? Deselect Answer To carry chewed food from the mouth to the stomach Taste Chewing Swallowing 17. A simple sugar is known as? Deselect Answer Saccharide Monosaccharide Polysaccharide Disaccharide 18. What is the largest gland in the body? Deselect Answer Pancreas Gall bladder Liver Stomach 19. Which enzyme curdles milk protein? Deselect Answer Rennin Pepsin Peptidase Peptones 20. What is the first main organ of digestion? Deselect Answer Large intestine Oesophagus Stomach Small intestine 21. Which salivary gland is situated below the ear? Deselect Answer Sublingual gland Submandibular gland Parotoid gland Zygomatic gland 22. Where is the pancreas located? Deselect Answer Under the duodenum Behind the stomach Posterior stomach Behind the liver 23. An obstructed flow of bile causes? Deselect Answer Cirrhosis Hernia Jaundice Gall stones 24. What is the function of glucogen? Deselect Answer To covert glucose to glycogen To help with the production of pancreatic juice To increase blood glucose levels by converting glycogen back to glucose To increase blood sugar levels 25. Saliva contains? Deselect Answer Water, mucus and salivary amylase Water and enzymes Water, mucus and enzymes Salt, water and salivary amylase 26. Which part of digestion is responsible for carbohydrate and fat digestion? Deselect Answer Large intestine Small intestine Stomach Liver 27. The bolus is known as? Deselect Answer A chemical catalyst The process of digestion The ball of food that leaves the mouth The enzyme which converts the polysaccharides to disaccharides 28. Pancreatic juice contains which one of the following? Deselect Answer Globulin Fibrinogen Lipase Albumin 29. Which one of the following is not a layer of the small intestinal wall? Deselect Answer A muscular layer A layer containing blood vessels Lymph vessels A layer of elastic tissue 30. What is the function of peptidases? Deselect Answer Activates trypsin in pancreatic juice Convert polypeptides into amino acids Convert disaccharides into monosaccharides Converts proteins into peptones 31. What is the function of insulin? Deselect Answer To regulate the production of vitamins A, B12, D, E, K To convert glucose back to glycogen To regulate body temperature To regulate the blood sugar level after eating 32. Gall stones are formed from? Deselect Answer Bile pigments, cholesterol and calcium salts Cholesterol and bile Cholesterol and calcium deposits Bile pigments, fats and salts 33. How long is the small intestine? Deselect Answer 7 metres 10 metres 8 metres 12 metres 34. What is the structure of the stomach? Deselect Answer An L shaped elastic organ made of fibrous tissue A J shaped elastic organ which expands and contracts A J shaped elastic organ made of fibrous tissue An L shaped elastic organ 35. Chemical digestion of food is completed? Deselect Answer In the stomach In the large intestine In the oesophagus In the small intestine Please fill in the comment box below. Time is Up! Time's up Submit a Comment Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.