Dietician Gr.II Health Services 83/2017 Answer Key 133/2017

Dietician

Post : Dietician Gr.II
Department : Health Services
Category Code : 83/17
Qualification : Degree in Home Science, Diploma in Nutrition or Dietetic; Diploma in Food Technology
Question Paper Code : 133/17
Date of Test : 15-11-2017



  1. Glucose is
    • Triose sugar
    • Tetrose sugar
    • Pentose sugar
    • Hexose sugar

  2. Which is the major fatty acid present in the palm oil?
    • Oleic acid
    • Palmitic acid
    • Palmitoleic acid
    • Stearic acid

  3. Reichert-Meissl value means
    • The measure of non-volatile water insoluble fatty acids.
    • The measure of volatile water soluble fatty acids.
    • The measure of non-volatile water soluble fatty acids.
    • The measure of volatile water insoluble fatty acids.

  4. What is the pH of bile salt?
    • 7.6
    • 7.7
    • 7.8
    • 7.9
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  5. Carboxypeptidase enzyme is present in
    • Saliva
    • Pancreatic juice
    • Intestinal juice
    • Blood

  6. Active chemical form of vitamin B6 is
    • Pantothene-5-phosphate
    • Nicotine-5-phosphate
    • Thiamine-5-phosphate
    • Pyridoxal-5-phosphate

  7. Best dietary source of zinc
    • Oyster
    • Pork
    • Mushroom
    • Beef

  8. Which is the parent substance of carnitine that transports fatty acids within mitochondria?
    • Methionine
    • Leucine
    • Histidine
    • Lysine

  9. Which one of the following is not an essential amino acid?
    • Tryptophan
    • Serine
    • Phenyl alanine
    • Leucine

  10. Kwashiorkor is
    • Protein deficiency disease
    • Vitamin E deficiency disease
    • Iron deficiency disease
    • Glucose deficiency disease

  11. MPN stands for
    • Most Portable Number
    • Most Probable Normality
    • Most Probable Number
    • Most Predictive Number

  12. Leavening agent used in the preparation of bread
    • Yeast
    • Baking powder
    • Baking soda
    • None of these

  13.   E. coli is
    • Gram positive bacteria
    • Gram negative bacteria
    • All of these
    • None of these

  14. Spoilage of oil is called
    • Caramelisation
    • Fermentation
    • Rancidity
    • Putrefaction

  15. Number of degrees of centigrade required for a thermal death time to traverse through one log cycle is called
    • D value
    • F value
    • X value
    • Z value

  16. Flagella, a motile organ of bacteria, made up of a protein called
    • Patulin
    • Flagellin
    • Pili
    • Villi

  17. Micro-organisms responsible for food borne illness.
    • Clostridium botulinum
    • Bacillus cereus
    • Both 'Clostridium botulinum' and 'Bacillus cereus'
    • None of these

  18. Minimum water activity for halophilic bacteria is
    • 0.65
    • 0.75
    • 0.85
    • 0.95

  19. Examples for physical methods of microbial sterilization
    • Heat and radiation
    • Radiation and filtration
    • Both 'Heat and radiation' and 'Radiation and filtration'
    • None of these

  20. Attenuated vaccine means
    • Organism that are grown in culture and then killed.
    • Live organism with very low virulence.
    • Vaccine made from a toxin that has been made harmless.
    • Manmade substances are very similar to bacteria or viruses.

  21. Mitochondria is an organelle present inside animal cell which producing universal form of energy i.e., ATP. Hence the mitochondria is called
    • Power house of the cell
    • Generator of the cell
    • Power generator of the cell
    • Energy house of the cell

  22. Mechanism of breakdown of complex molecules into smaller pieces in living organism associated with the release of energy.
    • Anabolism
    • Digestion
    • Absorption
    • Catabolism

  23. Human body has four major tissues. Which one of the following is not a human tissue?
    • Epithelium
    • Muscle
    • Brain
    • Nerves

  24. The transport of food materials through esophagus into the stomach is by means of series of contractions. This movement is called
    • Diffusion
    • Peristalsis
    • Active transport
    • Homeostasis

  25. First part of small intestine into which the pancreatic juice is secreted is called
    • Ilium
    • Jejunum
    • Duodenum
    • Pharynx

  26. Aorta helps to
    • Receive oxygenated blood from the lungs.
    • Carry blood to the lungs.
    • Receive deoxygenated blood from the body.
    • Carry blood away from the heart and to all parts of the body.

  27. After the completion of blood coagulation, the clot has to be dissolved to facilitate repair of tissues. This dissolution of clot happens by the action of
    • Thrombin
    • Plasmin
    • Actin
    • Integrin

  28. Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) attacks and destructs
    • B cells
    • M cells
    • T cells
    • V cells

  29. White blood cells or Leukocytes kill micro-organisms by engulfing them. This process is called
    • Autolysis
    • Engulfing
    • Lysing
    • Phagocytosis

  30. Which one of the following is called ‘Voice Box’?
    • Larynx
    • Pharynx
    • Esophagus
    • Stapium

  31. Which is called ‘functional unit of kidney’?
    • Neuron
    • Bowman’s capsule
    • Nephron
    • Urethra

  32. What is the approximate glomerular filtration rate of a healthy individual?
    • 75 ml/minute
    • 125 ml/minute
    • 175 ml/minute
    • 225 ml/minute

  33. Percentage of water content in blood plasma
    • 82
    • 87
    • 92
    • 97

  34. The gray matter of spinal code is composed of how many numbers of laminaes?
    • 5
    • 9
    • 13
    • 19

  35. Pituitary gland is a major gland present in human body. The pituitary gland is controlled by
    • Thalamus
    • Hypothalamus
    • Medula
    • All of these

  36. Major function of the enzyme glucagon is
    • To increase glucose level in the blood.
    • To decrease glucose level in the blood.
    • To increase glycogen level in the blood.
    • To decrease glycogen level in the blood.

  37. The process of production of sperm by male sex organ is called
    • Spermatolysis
    • Spermatoneogenesis
    • Spermatosis
    • Spermatogenesis

  38. Which one of the following is not a contraceptive method?
    • Cistogamy
    • Vasectomy
    • Intrurine device
    • Abstinence

  39. A cup-like structure at the beginning of renal tubule in the human kidney is called
    • Henle’s loop
    • Bowman’s capsule
    • Anteriole
    • Renal column

  40. Water loss from human body occurs through
    • Kidney and skin
    • Lungs and large intestine
    • All of these
    • None of these

  41. Water exchange between plasma and interstitial fluid is controlled by
    • Osmotic pressure
    • Hygroscopicity
    • Surface tension
    • Diffusion

  42. Inability to digest milk sugar in some adult is called
    • Diarrhoea
    • Milk sugar syndrome
    • Lactose intolerance
    • Pellagra

  43. Milk is deficient in
    • Iron and Vitamin C
    • Iron and Potassium
    • Vitamin C and Potassium
    • Potassium and Vitamin D

  44. Meat and fish are found in large quantities in
    • Balanced diets at high cost
    • Balanced diets at medium cost
    • Balanced diets at low cost
    • All of these

  45. Functioning of renal system during geriatric period will
    • remain same
    • increase
    • decrease
    • depends on individuals

  46. Which one of the following is not a food fallacy?
    • Garlic cures high blood pressure.
    • White shelled eggs are more nutritious than brown shelled eggs.
    • Good way to diet is to skip breakfast.
    • None of these

  47. A number of women organizations have to be established in each block under applied nutritional programme. These woman organizations are called
    • Mahila samithis
    • Mahila samajam
    • Kudumbasree
    • Grama samithi
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  48. Urinary calculi is found in peoples consuming foods rich in
    • Oxalates
    • Sulphates
    • Minerals
    • One of these

  49. A diet used in the treatment of peptic ulcer.
    • Liemens diet
    • Mentleuin diet
    • Siminarin diet
    • Lenhartz diet

  50. Match the following : (1)Atherosclerosis   –(a) Uric acid
    (2)Blood pressure   –(b) Wheat protein
    (3)Diabetes mellitus  –(c) Insulin
    (4)Celiac disease   –(d) Diabolic
               –(e)Sedentary life
    • 1-e2-d3-c4-b
    • 1-b2-d3-c4-a
    • 1-e2-c3-d4-a
    • 1-c 2-e 3-a 4-b

  51. During pregnancy, how much additional energy is required on 3rd trimester?
    • 100 kcal/day
    • 200 kcal/day
    • 300 kcal/day
    • 400 kcal/day

  52. Which one of the following is not a factor which affects while planning of a meal?
    • Age and sex
    • Weather and occupation
    • Economy and physiological needs
    • None of these

  53. ICMR stands for
    • Indian Council of Medical Research
    • International Council of Medical Research
    • Indian Centre for Medical Research
    • International Centre for Medical Research

  54. What is the reference body weight of an adult man having 18-29 years of age while calculating RDA?
    • 50 kg
    • 55 kg
    • 60 kg
    • 65 kg

  55. The method of cooking using a temperature below 100 °C for long period is called
    • Boiling
    • Steaming
    • Braising
    • Barbecue

  56. “Bench Proof” means
    • Soaking of food in a seasoned liquid mixture for a certain length of time.
    • Sweet or savoury dishes made of ingredients that are blended and folded together.
    • A technique by which thin strips of back fat or vegetables are inserted into a piece of meat.
    • The rising stage just before baking, that occurs after the dough is formed and moulded

  57. Sauteing is a
    • Dry heat cooking method
    • Wet heat cooking method
    • Moist heat cooking method
    • Combination cooking method

  58. A dip made from Bengal gram with garlic and tahini
    • Hummus
    • Guacamole
    • Vinaigrettes
    • Salsa

  59. A cold sauce that is an emulsion of oil and vinegar stabilized with egg yolk and mustard is called
    • Egg yolk soup
    • Escarole
    • Mayonnaise
    • Mesclun

  60. What are the main components in a salad?
    • Base, body, dressing and garnish
    • Base, texture, dressing and garnish
    • Base, texture, suspension and garnish
    • Recipe, texture, dressing and garnish

  61. Vegetables purees are used in the preparation of soups as a
    • Stabilizing agent
    • Thickening agent
    • Emulsifying agent
    • Colouring agent

  62. A soup made from clear stock which does not thickened is called
    • Thin soup
    • Thick soup
    • Clear soup
    • Cream soup

  63. A substance added in foods to bring out the natural flavours inside the food.
    • Monosodium glutamate
    • Sodium chloride
    • Potassium chloride
    • Sucrose

  64. Which one of the following will be usually the most expensive and becomes the base of the menu while planning menu?
    • Main dish
    • Side dish
    • Starter
    • Appetizer

  65. While cooking cereals, the starch granules will absorb water and becomes swell. The process is called
    • Retrogradation
    • Gelatinization
    • Swelling
    • Birefringence

  66. Table d’ hote means
    • a menu that is made up for a certain time period and is then repeated; a cycle usually varies from three to seven or more days.
    • a menu that offers the same dishes everyday for a long period of time.
    • a food offered with a separate price for each food item on the menu.
    • a type of menu in which one price is given for an entire meal.

  67. A combination of English and meal formal service in which the main course of the meal is served at the table by the host and the remainder of the meal is served in individual portions from the kitchen.
    • Modified English service
    • Family service
    • Compromise service
    • Meal service

  68. A chef who supervises the other chefs in a kitchen and reports to the executive chef.
    • Sous chef
    • Head chef
    • Main chef
    • Supervisor chef

  69. Dice means
    • To cut into no specified shape
    • To cut into uniform slices
    • To cut finely with a grater
    • To cut into small uniform cubes

  70. Chylomicron is a type of
    • Lipoprotein
    • Cholesterol
    • Micro-organism
    • Triglyceride

  71. Protein sparing action is one of the major functions of
    • Protein
    • Fats
    • Carbohydrates
    • Minerals

  72. Micro-organism used in the preparation of lager beer.
    • Rhizopus stolonifer
    • Saccharomyces pastorianus
    • Aspergillus oryzae
    • Pencillium sacchrolyticum

  73. In a DNA double helical structure, nucleotides are joined with each other by
    • Nucleoamino bond
    • Nucleoether bond
    • Phosphodiester bond
    • Phosphodiether bond

  74. Log phase in a bacterial growth curve is otherwise called
    • Stationery phase
    • Exponential phase
    • Death phase
    • None of these

  75. Micro-organism responsible for ropiness in bread
    • Bacillus subtilis
    • Rhizopus nigrificans
    • Pencilium notatum
    • Bacillus viscolatis

  76. Burning feet syndrome is otherwise called as
    • Griersan-Gopalan syndrome
    • Andrews-Kesavan syndrome
    • Griersan-Kesavan syndrome
    • Andrews-Gopalan syndrome

  77. A theory states that there are certain factors in the workplace that cause job satisfaction while a separate set of factors cause dissatisfaction
    • Maslow theory
    • Mc Gregor theory
    • Hygiene theory
    • Mc Clelland theory

  78. Steatorrhea means
    • Fat in stool
    • Blood in stool
    • Watery stool
    • Dark stool

  79. A parasite that causes food borne illness
    • Listeria
    • Amoeba
    • Trichinella
    • Escherichia

  80. Anorexia means
    • Sleeplessness
    • Loss of appetite
    • Reduced haemoglobin
    • Mental retardation

  81. Which article of Indian constitution deals with the election of Indian President?
    • Article 52
    • Article 51
    • Article 53
    • Article 54

  82. Player of the Match of Women’s World Cup Final, 2017.
    • Anya Shrubsole
    • Harmeet Kaur
    • S.J. Taylor
    • Tammy Beaumont
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  83. 45th Chief Justice of India.
    • Dipak Misra
    • J.S. Khehar
    • T.S. Takhur
    • P.D. Dinakaran

  84. Magsaysay award winner of 2017 Abdon Nababan.
    • Singapore
    • Indonesia
    • Japan
    • Philippines

  85. Rajiv Gandhi Khel Ratna Winner of 2017.
    • Devendra Jhajhria
    • M.S. Dhoni
    • Deepa Karmakar
    • M. Bhoopathi

  86. Who wrote the book Vedanatasaram?
    • Dr. Ayyathan Gopalan
    • Chattampi Swamikal
    • Sree Narayana Guru
    • T.K. Madhavan

  87. Deepika monthly was a publication of _________.
    • Islamiya
    • Malayala Manorama
    • Library Movement
    • Namboothiri Movement

  88. Lalithopaharam Kilipattu was a work of _________.
    • V.T. Bhattathirippadu
    • A.K. Gopalan
    • K.P. Karuppan
    • P. Krishna Pillai

  89. Kavi Chanda a work of ________.
    • V.T. Bhattathirippadu
    • A.K. Gopalan
    • Sree Narayana Guru
    • T.K. Madhavan

  90. Whom did Sir Hugh Rose, the commander of the British army during the revolt of 1857, refer as the “best and bravest of the military leaders of the rebels”?
    • Tantiya Tope
    • Rani Lakshmi Bai
    • Nana Saheb
    • Kunwar Singh

  91. Who raised the patriotism to the pedestal of mother worship and said : I know my country as my mother. I adore her. I worship her?
    • Aurobindo Ghosh
    • B.G. Tilak
    • Bhagat Singh
    • S.C. Bose

  92. Both the transfer of power and the partition of India were carried through in _________ days.
    • 72
    • 94
    • 68
    • 84

  93. Total number of days spent by Gandhi in prison was
    • 2120
    • 2089
    • 3650
    • 2338

  94. Who constituted the scientific man power committee.
    • Nehru
    • Indira Gandhi
    • Rajiv Gandhi
    • Morarji Desai

  95. The earliest written record mentioning Kerala is _________
    • Aitereya Aranyaka
    • Indica
    • Edicts of Asoka
    • Kalpasutra

  96. In which year C.W.R.D.M. was established?
    • 1975
    • 1978
    • 1984
    • 1985

  97. Which one of the following is not a part of Ramsar sites?
    • Ashtamudi
    • Sasthamkotta
    • Vembanad
    • Vellayani

  98. Swadhar a programme related to _________.
    • Women
    • Children
    • Police
    • Cinema

  99. Socrates is a work of _________.
    • Ramakrishna Pillai
    • Kumaranasan
    • Chattampi Swamikal
    • Sree Narayana Guru

  100. On July 3, 2017 foundation stone of the India’s biggest Global Skill Park was laid in
    • Kolkata
    • Bhopal
    • Jaipur
    • Nagpur

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