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What makes lipids energy rich
Fatty Acids
a diverse range of compounds that have nonpolar groups that make them relatively insoluble in water (hydrophobic)
Lipids
3 Major Classes of Lipids
Simple lipids
Compound lipids
Derived lipids
phospholipids, glycolipids, lipoproteins are what class of Lipids
Compound
FA, TG, Waxes are what class of lipids
Simple
Sterols are what type of lipids
Derived
Melting point increases or decreases w/ chain length & degree of saturation
Increases
Animal fats and foods with partially hydrogenated vegetable oils can contain what
Trans-Fatty Acids
Ruminant Fat is from
Cows
Increased consumption of partially hydrogenated vegetable oils is associated with increased risk of
Heart Disease
Considered a bioactive fatty acid, prevents cancer, athersclerosis prevetion adn weight management
Conjugated linoleic acid (CLA)
Length, number position of double bonds
Delta System
Double Bonds counted from omega methoyl end
Omega System
Two essential Fatty Acids
Linoleic
Linolenic