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1)is a combustive process in which yeasts interact with the sugars in plants to produce an enzyme that converts the sugar into alcohol

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1)is a combustive process in which yeasts interact with the sugars in plants to produce an enzyme that converts the sugar into alcohol.

 

a.

brewing

 

b.

hydrolysis

 

c.

distillation

 

d.

fermentation

 

2

Which of the following did European explorers bring to the Americas?

 

a.

mescaline

 

b.

tobacco

 

c.

alcohol

 

d.

psilocybin

 

3

What was the "soldiers' disease" in the Civil War?

 

a.

heroin addiction

 

b.

morphine addiction

 

c.

gangrene

 

d.

alcoholism

 

4

The Pure Food and Drug Act.

 

a.

barred the use of the opiates in patent medicines

 

 

b.

focused on reducing alcohol addiction

 

c.

produced a substantial decrease in the number of addicts

 

d.

forced the producers of medicines to indicate on the packaging the amount of drug contained therein

 

 

e.

all of these


 


5

Cocaine is a drug.

 

a.

Schedule II

 

b.

Schedule I

 

c.

Schedule IV

 

d.

Schedule III

 

Question 1

 

   
 

The Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 outlawed the use of marijuana.

     
       

Question 2

 

   
 

The addictive properties of opiates were first recognized in the 1870s.

     
       

Question 3

 

   
 

Who won the first Opium War?

     
       

Question 4

 

   
 

There had been no legislative attention to treatment of drug abuse until the 1980s.

     
       

Question 5

 

   
 

The 1960s was the era of __________.

     
       

Question 6

 

   
 

How was cannabis sativa used in ancient China?

     
       

Question 7

 

   
 

__________ is a hallucinogenic, historically used by the Mazatec Indians in Mexico, that has seen a recent problematic rise in use in the U.S.

     
       

Question 8

 

   
 

What did physicians in the mid-1800s refer to as "God's own medicine"?

     
       

Question 9

 

   
 

Valium is a Schedule IV drug.

     
       

Question 10

 

   
 

Which of the following drugs was not introduced to Europe from the Americas?

     
       

Question 11

 

   
 

Archaeological evidence suggests that __________ was used as early as 6400 B.C.

     
       

Question 12

 

   
 

_____________ is a slang expression used to describe a saloon operating without a license during Prohibition.

     
       

Question 13

 

   
 

Marijuana was used as an all-purpose medicine in the 1800s.

     
       

Question 14

 

   
 

“Sudden sniffing death syndrome” is a recently reported phenomenon in which teenagers have suffered heart attacks after sniffing ketamine.

     
       

Question 15

 

   
 

The Pure Food and Drug Act __________.

     
       

Question 16

 

   
 

Prior to the 20th Century, drug use was heavily restricted.

     
       

Question 17

 

   
 

Which country had the highest national use of opium in the mid-1800s?

     
       

Question 18

 

   
 

Marijuana is a __________ drug.

     
       

Question 19

 

   
 

Which of the following was not a result of Prohibition?

     
       

Question 20

 

   
 

Cocaine is a ___________ drug.

     
       

Question 21

 

   
 

In ancient times, various plants were used primarily within religious or __________ contexts.

     
       

Question 22

 

   
 

The Second Opium War ended in the Treaty of __________.

     
       

Question 23

 

   
 

The first report of solvent abuse was in _____________.

     
       

Question 24

 

   
 

The designer drug Rohypnol is commonly known as ___________.

     
       

Question 25

 

   
 

An unintended consequence of the Harrison Narcotics Tax Act of 1914 was that, in the years since its passage, the law served to shift opium addicts to ____________.

     
       

Question 26

 

 

   
 

Valium is a Schedule IV drug.

     
       


Question 27

 

   
 

__________ were used in the 1930s to treat depression.

     
       

Question 28

 

   
 

__________ was used in Asia Minor around 5000 B.C. and was known as a "joy plant."

     
       

Question 29

 

   
 

One problem with the Controlled Substances Analogue Enforcement Act of 1986 is that the so-called "designer drugs" are still unclassifiable.

     
       

Question 30

 

   
 

The Marijuana Tax Act of 1937 outlawed the use of marijuana.

     
       

Question 31

 

   
 

The Second Opium War ended in the Treaty of __________.

     
       

Question 32

 

   
 

Although illicit drugs have often been used for medicinal purposes, it is very rare for drugs that are developed for medical reasons to be used in nonmedicinal ways.

     
       

Question 33

 

   
 

The Pure Food and Drug Act __________.

     
       

Question 34

 

   
 

Which of the following is a way in which heroin is used?

     
       

Question 35

 

   
 

In the 1800s, cocaine was used to treat _________.

     
       

Question 36

 

   
 

___________ is a hallucinogenic drug derived from the cactus plant.

     
       

Question 37

 

   
 

What did physicians in the mid-1800s refer to as "God's own medicine"?

     
       

Question 38

 

   
 

Which of the following did European explorers bring to the Americas?

     
       

Question 39

 

   
 

How was cannabis sativa used in ancient China?

     
       

Question 40

 

   
 

The 1988 Anti-Drug Abuse Act established severe penalties for trafficking marijuana and hashish.

     
       

Question 41

 

   
 

The Opium Wars occurred because __________ attempted to control or eliminate imports of opium by __________ traders.

     
       

Question 42

 

   
 

Oriental drugs were introduced to Europe because of the Crusades and the expeditions of __________.

     
       

Question 43

 

   
 

Solvent inhalant abuse is especially problematic among teenage males.

     
       

Question 44

 

   
 

A major thrust of the early Federal Bureau of Narcotics was its attempt to eradicate the use of __________.

     
       

Question 45

 

   
 

According to the Controlled Substances Act, the maximum penalty for a first offense for possession is greater for a Schedule I drug than for a Schedule V drug.

     
       

Question 46

 

   
 

Recent Supreme Court decisions have placed in doubt the constitutionality of random drug testing in the nation’s schools.

     
       

 

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