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Cauliflower: Quiz


Question 1:
What is the origin of Cauliflower?
Northeast Mediterranean
~ 2 mi, NorthEast of Galion
Kuu010Di region, northeast Montenegro
Vlau0161iu0107 mountain, northeast of Oseu010Dina, Serbia

Question 2: Cauliflower is one of several vegetables in the species Brassica oleracea, in the family ________.
ArabidopsisArabidopsis thalianaBrassicaceaeFlowering plant

Question 3: Its name is from ________ caulis (cabbage) and flower,[1] an acknowledgment of its unusual place among a family of food plants which normally produces only leafy greens for eating.
LatinVulgar LatinRoman EmpireOld Latin

Question 4: In addition, the compound indole-3-carbinol, which appears to work as an anti-________, appears to slow or prevent the growth of tumors of the breast and prostate.

Question 5: Cauliflower is low in fat, high in ________, folate, water and vitamin C, possessing a very high nutritional density.
Dietary fiberHerbalismProbioticCarnitine

Question 6: Romanesco's head is an example of a ________ image in nature, repeating itself in self-similarity at varying scales.
Mandelbrot setFractalChaos theoryFractal analysis

Question 7: botrytis) contains 25 times the level of ________ of white varieties.
NiacinRetinolVitamin AVitamin C

Question 8: Cauliflower and ________ are the same species and have very similar structures, though cauliflower replaces the green flower buds with white inflorescence meristem.
CabbageKaleBroccoliBrussels sprout

Question 9: Cauliflower is nutritious, and may be eaten cooked, raw or ________.
PicklingFermentation (food)Curing (food preservation)Smoking (cooking)

Question 10: [8] Cauliflower also contains other glucosinolates besides sulfurophane, substances which may improve the ________'s ability to detoxify carcinogenic substances.
LiverImmune systemEndocrine systemPancreas

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