Quiz on vitamins | quiz 4


#1

Q1. Niacin is synthesized in the body from

Tryptophan

Tyrosine

Glutamate

Aspartate

Q2. The proteins present in maize are deficient in

Lysine

Threonine

Tryptophan

Tyrosine

Q3. Niacin is present in maize in the form of

Niatin

Nicotin

Niacytin

Nicyn

Q4. In the body 1 mg of niacin can be produced from

60 mg of pyridoxine

60 mg of tryptophan

30 mg of tryptophan

30 mg of pantothenic acid

Q5. Pellagra occurs in population dependent on

Wheat

Rice

Milk

Maize

Q6. Dietary requirement of Vitamin D is

400 I.U.

1000 I.U.

6000 I.U.

700 I.U.

Q7. The Vitamin which does not contain a ring in the structure is

Vitamin D

Pantothenic acid

Riboflavin

Thiamin

Q8. Pantothenic acid is a constituent of the coenzyme involved in

Decarboxylation

Dehydrogenation

Acetylation

Oxidation

Q9. The precursor of CoA is

Riboflavin

Pyridoxamine

Thiamin

Pantothenate

Q10. The vitamin required as coenzyme for the action of transaminases is

Niacin

Pantothenic acid

Pyridoxal phosphate

Riboflavin