121.Which of the following known to result from excessive zinc : 1401705.
121.Which of the following is known to result from excessive zinc intake?
c.nerve cell damage
122.Under which of the following conditions are certain supplements of zinc reported to be beneficial?
a.in the treatment of colds
b.in the treatment of Menkes syndrome
c.in the treatment of toxicity from certain other metals
d.in the treatment of slow growth syndrome in Canadian children
123.What formulation of zinc has been found effective in treating the symptoms of the common cold?
c.zinc plus ferrous iron
d.zinc plus copper salt
124.Which condition is commercially available zinc-containing lozenges advertised to be effective against?
b.vitamin A toxicity
c.the common cold
d.slowing of the BMR
125.John has had a bad cold and he was advised to take zinc lozenges. Which of the following side effects might John experience while taking the lozenges?
b.bad taste reactions
126.What is the Tolerable Upper Intake Level for zinc?
127.Which of the following minerals functions primarily in reactions that consume oxygen?
128.What is the Tolerable Upper Intake Level for copper?
129.Your aunt Thelma has been anemic for some time and was recently shown to be deficient in copper. Which of the following explains the association of copper and anemia?
a.Copper is required for hemoglobin synthesis.
b.Copper plays a role in wound healing, which prevents excessive blood loss.
c.Anemia affects synthesis of protoporphyrin, which interferes with iron absorption.
d.Copper is known to protect against free radical formation, which prevents excess damage of red blood cells.
130.Excessive supplementation of copper can cause damage to which one of the body’s organs?