Rations - SS2 Agriculture Past Questions & Answers - page 1

1

What is a balanced ration?

A

A diet with excessive calories

B

A diet with the right proportions of essential nutrients

C

A diet with only carbohydrates

D

A diet with no fats or proteins

CORRECT OPTION: b
2

Which type of malnutrition results from insufficient nutrient intake?

A

Overnutrition

B

Undernutrition

C

Overconsumption

D

Balanced nutrition

CORRECT OPTION: b
3

What can overnutrition lead to?

A

Stunted growth

B

Weight loss

C

Obesity and related health problems

D

Weakened immune system

CORRECT OPTION: c
4

Which essential nutrient deficiency can lead to anemia?

A

Vitamin C

B

Iron

C

Iron

D

Calcium

CORRECT OPTION: b
5

In children, malnutrition can result in:

A

Enhanced physical development

B

Stunted growth and poor cognitive development

C

Excessive weight gain

D

Stunted growth and poor cognitive development

CORRECT OPTION: b
6

Which organ can be harmed due to malnutrition?

A

Brain

B

Lungs

C

Heart

D

Skin

CORRECT OPTION: c
7

What is the main difference between balanced and unbalanced rations?

A

Balanced ration contains only carbohydrates.

B

Unbalanced ration is always healthier.

C

Balanced ration provides the right proportions of essential nutrients.

D

Unbalanced ration has more calories.

CORRECT OPTION: c
8

What does the term "malnutrition" encompass?

A

Only undernutrition

B

Only undernutrition

C

Both undernutrition and overnutrition

D

Neither undernutrition nor overnutrition

CORRECT OPTION: c
9

Which nutrient deficiency is associated with weakened immune function?

A

Protein

B

Carbohydrates

C

Vitamins

D

All of the above

CORRECT OPTION: d
10

Which population group is particularly vulnerable to the effects of malnutrition?

A

Teenagers

B

Young adults

C

Infants and the elderly

D

Athletes

CORRECT OPTION: c
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