Human Anatomy & Physiology Questions – Part 10

This is the Part 10 general knowledge questions and answers section on “Human Anatomy & Physiology” with explanation for various interview, competitive examination and entrance test. Solved examples with detailed answer description, explanation are given and it would be easy to understand.

91. Which are the three main groups of carbohydrates?
They are monosacharides, disaccharides and polysaccharides.

92. What are proteins?
Proteins are complex compounds containing compounds containing carbon, oxygen, nitrogen, sulphur and phophorous. They are obtained mainly from meats, eggs, milk, cheese fish, cereals and certain vegetables.

93. What are the essentialities of protein?
They are essential for the repair of the body tissue, the maintanance of the somatic equilibrium between blood and tissue fluids and for providing engergy and heat when there is an insufficient supply of carbohydrates.

94. Which is the food content not stored inside the body?

95. Whar are the main protein?
They are albumin, globulin, gluten, gliadin, scleroprotein, protamine and histone.

96. What are importance of the fats (Lipids)?
Fat is important in the diet not only for its high energy, but also it contains the fat soluble vitamins A,D,E and K and certain essential fatty acids.

97. What are vitamins?
They are organic compounds essential for life, health and growth. They are not eaten such as in the diet, but are widely dispersed in the food.

98. How many kinds fo vitamins are there?
There are two groups of vitamins Far-soluble vitamins and water-soluble vitamins.

99. Which vitamin is stored in the liver?
Vitamin A

100. Which are fat-soluble vitamins?
Vitamin A. Vitamin-D (Calciferol), Vitamin-E (Tocopherol) and Vitamin K.

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