Chemistry of Volatile Oils Quiz

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Which vitamin serves as an important co-factor for the protein rhodopsin in rod cells?

Vitamin A

Which method of evaluating crude drugs involves assessing the macroscopic appearance, odor, taste, sound, and feel of the drug?

Organoleptic method

Which method of evaluating crude drugs uses physical constants such as optical rotation?

Physical method

What is the best method to isolate peppermint oil from the fresh leaves of Mentha piperita?

Steam Distillation

What type of terpenes are retinol and phytol?

Diterpenes

What special secretory structures are found in Pinus palustris?

Vittae

Which of the following elements does NOT form basic hydrides?

Sulfur

Which element is the MOST electronegative?

F

Which elements are referred to as the triad of Group VIII?

I, II, IV

What is the chemical classification of the volatile oils from Caraway and Buchu?

Phenols

Which elements are referred to as volatile metals?

I, II, IV

How are the volatile oils from Lavender oil and Wintergreen chemically classified?

Ketones

Which statements BEST describe the properties of elements in the Periodic Table going from upper right down and then to the left?

I, III, IV

What chemical compound is Ergonovine classified as?

Steroidal

Which group in the periodic table is referred to as the chalcogens?

VI-A

Which family does Atropa belladonna belong to?

Solanaceae

Which pair is NOT correctly matched?

Erythroxylum coca – cocaine

Which herbal medicine is known for its anti-diabetic properties?

Banaba

What is Atracurium classified as?

Neuromuscular blockers

Why is Granisetron given to a cancer patient during chemotherapy?

To prevent nausea and vomiting

What is the correct response when asked about the use of Fondaparinux?

It is a blood thinner given to prevent blood clot formation.

Which statement(s) is/are TRUE regarding IV glutathione?

III

Which statement(s) is/are TRUE regarding Mebendazole?

I

What does a urine specific gravity greater than 1 indicate?

Heavier solute content in urine than water

Which of the following refers to an acquired abnormal response mediated by immunological mechanisms?

Type A ADR

Which drug is NOT associated with causing extrapyramidal symptoms?

Anuria

Which oral hypoglycemic drug is likely to cause weight loss?

Exenatide

Which drug can be a suitable alternative for enalapril if a patient experiences severe dry cough?

Losartan

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