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Y1 (tobacco): Quiz


Question 1: Y1 was also shipped to BAT's cigarette plant in ________, England and to subsidiaries in Germany and Finland, but whether it was used in commercial production is unclear.
Kingston upon HullPortsmouthBrighton and HoveSouthampton

Question 2: [6] A 1991 industry document analyzing the potential of Y1 reported that it had been successfully grown in Brazil, ________ and Zimbabwe but not Venezuela, and that it was both difficult to cure and susceptible to Granville wilt.
GuatemalaNicaraguaHondurasDominican Republic

Question 3: [3] DNA Plant Technology then smuggled the seeds to a B&W subsidiary in ________.
BrazilPortugalEast TimorMozambique

Question 4: Y1 is a strain of tobacco that was cross-bred by Brown & Williamson to obtain an unusually high ________ content.
PhencyclidineLobelineNicotinic agonistNicotine

Question 5: [1] Y1 has also been investigated by the ________ (PAHO).
ArgentinaAmericasLatin AmericaPan American Health Organization

Question 6: B&W tested five strains on a farm in Wilson, ________ in 1983.
Georgia (U.S. state)South CarolinaNorth CarolinaPennsylvania

Question 7: [4] One ex-employee of BAT stated that Y1 tobacco started to be widely used in ________ in the US in 1993.
Tobacco smokingSmokingTobacco advertisingCigarette

Question 8: It became controversial in the 1990s when the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) used it as evidence that tobacco companies were intentionally manipulating the nicotine content of ________.
SmokingTobacco advertisingCigaretteTobacco smoking

Question 9: The discovery of Y1 fueled allegations that B&W intentionally used Y1 tobacco to increase the ________ of its products, resulting in a number of lawsuits.
Benzodiazepine dependenceDrug addictionAddictionSocial anxiety disorder

Question 10: Y1 was developed by tobacco plant researcher James Chaplin,[3] for Brown & Williamson (then a subsidiary of ________) in the late 1970s.
British American TobaccoHSBCInterContinental Hotels GroupMarks & Spencer

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