Fructose: Quiz

Question 1: DMF (potential fructose-based ________)
BiofuelEmissions tradingCarbon footprintIndex of climate change articles

Question 2: The end product is 99.9% pure ________.

Question 3: It has been suggested in a recent ________ study that high consumption of fructose is linked to gout.
Open access (publishing)Peer reviewThe LancetBMJ

Question 4: When fructose is ingested as part of the disaccharide ________, absorption capacity is much higher because fructose exists in a 1:1 ratio with glucose.

Question 5:
What is Fructose also known as?
Sugar lactone
Wood sugar
Milk sugar
Fruit sugar

Question 6: Carbons from dietary fructose are found in both the ________ and glycerol moieties of plasma triglycerides.
LipidFatty acidButyric acidLinoleic acid

Question 7: For many people, ________ is a major health concern.
Lactose intoleranceSucrose intoleranceFructose malabsorptionCoeliac disease

Question 8: In order for the liver to process fructose, it must be phosphorylated by removal of phosphates from ________ (ATP).
Cytidine triphosphateAdenosine diphosphateAdenosine triphosphateAdenosine monophosphate

Question 9: ________ and sugar beet have a high concentration of sucrose, and are used for commercial preparation of pure sucrose.
MaizeSugarcaneEthanol fuelLand use statistics by country

Question 10: Fructose may be anaerobically fermented by yeast or ________.
Gram-positive bacteriaBacteriaGram-negative bacteriaCorynebacterium

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