FOOD TECHNOLOGY (02/05/2021)

Q1: Which Among Below Doesn’t Belong To Oligosaccharides?

A. Sucrose
B. Maltose
C. Glucose
D. Lactose

Answer – Glucose.

  • Explanation: Glucose Is A Monosaccharide. Oligosaccharides Are Formed By The Polymerisation Of N Molecules Of Monosaccharides By The Elimination Of N-L Molecules Of Water. The Commonly Found Oligosaccharides In Foods Are Sucrose, Maltose, Lactose, Raffinose And Stachyose. Some Of These Occur As Such In Food Products While The Others Are Partial Hydrolytic Products Of Naturally Occurring Polysaccharides.


Q2: Sucrose Is Most Abundant In?

A. Sugarcane
B. Sugar Beet
C. Maple Syrup
D. All Of The Above

Answer – All Of The Above

  • Explanation: Sucrose Found Throughout The Plant World Is Most Abundant In Sugarcane, Sugarbeet, And Maple Syrup. It Is The Familiar Table Sugar. It Is Manufactured From Sugarcane Or Sugarbeet. It Is Composed Of A Molecule Of Glucose And A Molecule Of Fructose Linked Through The Elimination Of A Molecule Of Water Through Their Anomeric Hydroxyl Groups.


Q3: Which Is The Most Widely Known Phosphoprotein?

A. Casein
B. Pepsin
C. A And B
D. None Of The Above

Answer – A And B (Casein And Pepsin)

  • Explanation: Phosphoproteins Are Proteins Conjugated With Inorganic Phosphate. The Most Widely Known Phosphoproteins Are The Milk Protein Casein And The Enzyme Pepsin.


Q4: FDA Stands For?

A. Food And Dieting Administration
B. Food And Drug Administration
C. Food And Disease Administration
D. Food And Dieticians Association

Answer – Food And Drug Administration

  • Explanation: The United States Food And Drug Administration (FDA Or USFDA) Is A Federal Agency Of The Department Of Health Sciences. The FDA Is Responsible For Protecting And Promoting Public Health Through The Control And Supervision Of Food Safety, Tobacco Products, Dietary Supplements, Prescription And Over The Counter [Pharmaceutical Products (Medications), Vaccines, Biopharmaceuticals, Blood Transfusions, Medical Devices, Electromagnetic Radiations Emitting Devices (ERED), Cosmetics, Animal Foods And Feeds And Veterinary Products.


Q5: All Animals Meant For Slaughter Should Be Rested At Least For?

A. 24 Hours
B. 10 Hours
C. 12 Hours
D. 22 Hours

Answer – 24 Hours

  • Explanation: All Animals Meant For Slaughter Should Be Rested At Least For 24 Hours And Should Not Be Fed For At Least 12 Hours Before Slaughter But They Should Be Provided With Plenty Of Water. Antemortem Examination Of Meat Animals Awaiting Slaughter Is Very Necessary In Order To Produce To Wholesome Meat And Thus Safeguard The Health Of Meat Consumers.


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