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OLUWATOYIN AKINOLA 1. A. Because they raise the melting point of the products, making them more solid at room temperature. Page 164, textbook. 2. B. Each carbon in the chain is bound to two hydrogen atoms, no carbon-carbon. Page 4, lecture slide chapter 5. 3. A. Protein is made up of one or more polypeptide chains. Page 218, textbook. 4. B. Phosphate group is not constant. 5. A. They are stored in form of energy reserves. 6. C. Because REE represent the amount of calories required by the body during non-active periods. Assignment: calculate TEE Blood glucose levels are regulated by the hormones insulin and glucagon, secreted by the pancreas. Immediately after a meal, the blood glucose level increases. Insulin is released,
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