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Digestive System Quiz 6


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{ "questionDesription":"Digestive System Quiz 6", "questions":[{ "ques": "What shows how peristalsis exactly happens?", "answers": [{ "opt": "The muscles contract or expand to allow for the passage of food by pushing the bolus of food down towards the stomach","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "It stretches up to 20 times its size to hold a full meal","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Food spends one to two days passing slowly through the intestines","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "None of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/peristalsis.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which one is the most correct statement to show what happens to food in the stomach?", "answers": [{ "opt": "The chewed-up food is broken down and protein digestion begins","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The powerful muscular wall squeezes and mixes the food","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "With the help of digestive juices the food is churned-up into a creamy liquid","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "All of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is chyme?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Digestive juices","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "A creamy liquid in the stomach","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Salivary amylase","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" }, { "ques": "What are gastric glands?", "answers": [{ "opt": "The tiny openings in the stomach’s wall which lead to deep holes","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "The tiny openings in the oesophagus which lead to deep holes","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The tiny openings in the tongue which lead to deep holes","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The tiny openings in the pancreas wall which lead to deep holes","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is the function of gastric glands?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Absorption of water from the food remains","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Collecting all the important nutrients in the food","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Releasing gastric juice and drenching the food that arrives in the stomach","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Making special proteins to build new cells","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" }, { "ques": "Which digestion starts during the acid bath in the stomach?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Carbohydrate digestion","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Fat digestion","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Protein digestion","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Vitamin digestion","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" }, { "ques": "What is the other name for gastric glands?", "answers": [{ "opt": "Cecum","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Oesophagus glands","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Villi","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Stomach glands","selected": "false", "ans": "true" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" }, { "ques": "Tick an acid in the digestive juice.", "answers": [{ "opt": "Citric acid","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Hydrochloric acid","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "Nitric acid","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "Sulphuric acid","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" }, { "ques": "Why is hydrochloric acid important to be in the digestive juice?", "answers": [{ "opt": "To digest meat and even small pieces of bones","selected": "false", "ans": "true" }, { "opt": "To digest carbs","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "To digest fats","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "To digest vitamins and minerals","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" }, { "ques": "How is the stomach protected by getting damaged by hydrochloric acid?", "answers": [{ "opt": "The stomach lining is covered with tiny finger-like things called villi","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "The stomach lining is covered with a layer of protective, jelly-like mucus","selected": "false", "ans": "false" }, { "opt": "None of the above","selected": "false", "ans": "false" } ], "img": "ks2/mcq/stomach.jpg" } ]}