B.sc Nursing 1st Year Nutrition And Biochemistry Imp Questions 2024

In this post, b.sc nursing 1st year nutrition and biochemistry important questions are given for 2024.

Many of these questions have been asked repeatedly in the examination question paper and there is a strong possibility of being asked in the upcoming examination also. 

These questions may or may not be asked in the same format in the upcoming examination. 

Meaning, they can be included in the question paper even by twisting them. 

Therefore, try to write correct answers. 

These questions have been collected from previous B.Sc nursing 1st year nutrition and biochemistry question papers. 

Nutritional biochemistry question paper has been presented as a separate set, to make it easier for your students to understand the questions.

From the question paper given here, you can better understand the questions asked in the examination. 

To write the answers to these questions, use the nutrition and biochemistry textbook issued by your university or contact your professor and prepare the answers. 

First of all, write these questions in your notebook in sequence, then write their answers. 

Before writing answers to the questions in the examination hall, read the instructions given on the first page. 

Write the answer using as many words as are recommended. 

You should try to write the answer in your own words. 

Nutrition and biochemistry is an important topic of B.sc nursing question papers and many questions can be easily asked on this topic. 

Therefore, give equal importance and time to all types of questions. 

Let us solve these questions in order.


Nutrition Biochemistry Important Questions

B.sc Nursing 1st Year Nutrition Important Questions

  • Mention the functions of proteins. Explain protein energy malnutrition.
  • Classify the lipids with examples. Mention the functions of phospholipids and cholesterol.
  • Explain sources, recommended daily allowance, functions, and deficiency of vitamin C.
  • Give an account of various methods of food preservation.
  • Give an account of the various methods of cooking.
  • Define pellagra.
  • Explain the digestion and absorption of proteins. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Prevention of Food Adulteration Act (PFA) (b) Balanced diet (c) Role of nurse in nutrition education (d) Classify the lipids with examples (e) Digestion of carbohydrates.
  • Define nutrients. 
  • Write brief answers to the following:- (a) Enumerate the iodine deficiency disorders (b) Calorific value of carbohydrates and facts (c) List down four uses Naturopathy diet (d) Write the sources of Vitamin B12 (e) Normal serum levels of sodium and potassium.
  • Enlist macro and micro elements of nutrients.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Classification of foods (b) functions and deficiency of Vitamin C (c) Essential amino acids (d) Body water distribution and its regulation. 
  • Mention 4 functions of the integrated child development scheme. 
  • Describe in brief factors affecting food and nutrition. 
  • Write brief answers to the following:- (a) Causes of hyponatremia (b) Toxicity of iron (c) Dietary sources of calcium (d) Functions of vitamin K (e) Name pro-vitamins A and D.
  • Explain protein energy malnutrition and its nutritional management.
  • Write brief answers to the following:- (a) Enumerate tour clinical features of Nutritional anaemia (b) List the uses of Zinc.
  • Enumerate the signs and symptoms of dehydration. 
  • Differentiate between kwashiorkor and marasmus. 
  • Define Body Mass Index (BMI). Explain in detail the factors influencing BMI.
  • Suggest some preventive measures for the nutritional problems. 
  • Define Basal Metabolic rate (BMR). Explain the factors influencing BMR.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Nutrition education (b) Balanced diet (c) Principles of weaning (d) Nutritional programs. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Protein-energy malnutrition.
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Function of Calcium (b) Regulation of sodium balance in the body (c) Functions and deficiency of thiamine.
  • Define water intoxication.


B.sc Nursing 1st Year Biochemistry Important Questions

  • Explain the digestion and absorption of lipids. 
  • Explain the structure and functions of hemoglobin.
  • Write an essay on Sources, recommended daily allowance, absorption, functions, and deficiency of iron.
  • Differentiate between prokaryotes and eukaryote cells. 
  • Classify the enzymes with examples. Explain the competitive inhibition of enzymes. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Biosynthesis of fat (b) Composition of Vitamin A.
  • Define ovulation. 
  • Draw the structure of an eukaryotic cell. Name the subcellular organelles and mention their functions.
  • Explain the regulation of blood glucose levels.
  • Enumerate the general structure of immunoglobulins. Mention the properties and functions of different types of immunoglobulins. 
  • Enumerate the various types of detoxification reactions with examples. 
  • Explain the double helical structure of DNA.
  • Classify the plasma lipoproteins. Mention their functions. Explain atherosclerosis.
  • Draw a labeled diagram of the eukaryote cell.
  • Name the renal mechanisms for maintaining acid-base balance.  
  • Given an account of liver function tests.
  • Write brief answers to the following:- (a) Normal serum levels of cholesterol and calcium (b) Essential fatty acids (c) What are isoenzymes? Name the isoenzymes of creatine kinase (d) Self-monitoring of blood glucose (e) Name four enzymes.
  • Write the reactions of the urea cycle. Add a note on transamination. 
  • Give two examples of free radicals.
  • Define active transport.  
  • What are mucopolysaccharides? Mention the composition and functions of any four. 
  • Name the tests for ketone bodies and bile salts. 
  • Name the important substances formed from tyrosine, tryptophan, and glycine.
  • What is the optimum pH of enzymes? 
  • Describe the mechanism of enzyme inhibition. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Gout (b) Hyper Cholesteremia (c) Mutation-Definitions and types. 
  • Write a brief answer to the following:- (a) name the blood buffers (b) List the classification of amino acids.
  • Define ELISA?
  • Explain the structural features of collagen and Elastin. 
  • What are the applications of ELISA?.
  • Explain the TCA cycle. 
  • Write short notes on the following:- (a) Immunoglobins (b) Free radicals and antioxidants (c) Gycolysis (d) Fluid mosaic model (e) Urea cycle (f) Storage and transport of iron (g) Lipoproteins and their function.
  • Explain metabolic acidosis in detail. 
  • Give an example of each of saturated fatty acids and polyunsaturated fatty acids. 
  • Explain the structure and function of tRNA and mRNA.
  • Write brief answers to the following:- (a) Write the steps in doing the Benedict Test (b) Enumerate the functions of Lysosome (c) List the clinical features of Rickets.


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