Endemic ascites

Endemic ascites

Q. 1

Endemic ascitis is associated with the following:

 A Pyrrolizidine
 B Aflatoxin
 C Sanguinarine
 D Beta oxalylamino alanine (BOAA)
Q. 1

Endemic ascitis is associated with the following:

 A Pyrrolizidine
 B Aflatoxin
 C Sanguinarine
 D Beta oxalylamino alanine (BOAA)
Ans. A

Explanation:

Pyrrolizidine


Q. 2

Endemic ascites cases reported from Madhya Pradesh in 1976 was caused due to:

 A

Fusarium

 B

Crotalaria

 C

Ergot

 D

Aflatoxin

Q. 2

Endemic ascites cases reported from Madhya Pradesh in 1976 was caused due to:

 A

Fusarium

 B

Crotalaria

 C

Ergot

 D

Aflatoxin

Ans. B

Explanation:

Endemic ascites was caused due to contamination of millets with crotalaria (jhunjhunia) seeds which contain hepato toxins such as pyrrolizidine.

Ref: Park 21st edition, page 608.


Q. 3

Endemic ascites is caused by –

 A

Argemone mexicana seed

 B

Khesari dal

 C

Jhunjhunia seeds

 D

Ergot poisoning

Q. 3

Endemic ascites is caused by –

 A

Argemone mexicana seed

 B

Khesari dal

 C

Jhunjhunia seeds

 D

Ergot poisoning

Ans. C

Explanation:

Ans. is ‘c’ i.e., Jhunjhunia seeds



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