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Lipid Review 1
1. What are the four examples of lipids? 2
1. Saturated 2. Unsaturated 3. Sterol 4. phospholipid 3
2. What are the three functions of lipids? 4
1. Energy storage 2. Chemical messengers 3. Form biological membranes 5
3. What are the two components or parts of a lipid? 6
1. Glycerol 2. Fatty acid 7
4. What is a fatty acid made from? 8
Long hydrocarbon chain with a carboxyl group 9
5. What is a glycerol made from? 10
3 carbons and 3 OH groups 11
6. How can you identify a lipid? (What is the ratio of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.) 12
1 carbons for every 2 hydrogen and very few oxygen atoms 13
7. What type of bonds are between the carbon atoms in a saturated fat? 14
All single bonds 15
8. At room temperature are saturated fats solids or liquids? 16
9. Where do we find saturated fats? (What type of foods?) 18
Meats and dairy 19
10. What do you have to have between carbon atoms to form an unsaturated fat? 20
At least one double bond 21
11. What type of fat forms when more than one double bond is found between the carbon atoms? 22
12. What happens structurally in an unsaturated fat that causes it to be a liquid at room temperature? 24
It gets a kink or a bend in the molecule, this prevents them from being packed closely together. 25
13. What do sterols do in the body? 26
Chemical messengers 27
14. Write an example of a sterol. 28
15. What do phospholipids form? 30
Bilayers for membranes 31
16. What does hydrophobic mean? 32
water fearing 33
17. What does hydrophilic mean? 34
Water loving 35
18. What type of molecule is shown below? 36
19. What type of molecule is shown below? 38
Unsaturated fat 39
20. What type of molecule is shown below? 40
Saturated fat 41
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