In mammals, the teeth are.
I. only two sets, present throughout life.
II. embedded in the socket of the jaw bones.
III. different types.
These conditions are respectively referred as
(a) diphyodont, heterodont and thecodont
(b) diphyodont, thecodont and heterodont
(c) thecodont, diphyodont and heterodont
(d) thecodon, heterodont and diphyodont
Wernickes syndrome is generally common in alcoholic person; which is characterised by less mental activity and dual vision. It is caused by the deficiency of
Brunners gland are characteristic feature of:-
(a) jejunum of email intestine
(d) fundic region of stomach
Which one of the following pairs in not correctly matched?
(a) Vitamin-B12-Pernicious anaemia
(b) Vitamin-B6-Loss of appetite
Match the columns.
A B C D
(a) 3 4 1 2
(b) 1 2 3 4
(c) 4 3 1 2
(d) 2 4 1 3
The pH of stomach is 1.6, then which enzyme will digest protein ?
Lipids, which can be found in oil based salad dressings and ice cream, during digestion are splitted into.
(a) fatty acids and glycerol
(b) glycerol and amino acids
(c) glucose and fatty acids
(d) glucose and amino acids
The pH of the digestive juices within the human small intestine is between 7.5 and 8.5. The environment is slightly
(d) None of these
Thiamine (B1) deficiency resuits in.
(a) Wernickes’ syndromes
(b) Korsakoffs’ syndromes
(d) tunnel vission
FAD is a coenzyme derived from