week3.Study.Guide - CLINICAL CHEMISTRY Week 3 Study Guide Points Possible = 43 Points Received MATCHING Fill in the correct response from the

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CLINICAL CHEMISTRY Week 3 – Study Guide Points Possible = 43 Points Received ______________ MATCHINGFill in the correct response from the following list Lipids Cholesterol Fatty acids Triglyceride Phospholipids Lipoproteins Lipids are transported in the body by lipoproteins Fatty acids are required precursors for prostaglandins Cholesterol precursor for steroid hormones, bile acid, and Vit D Triglyceride are hydrophobic (non polar) Phospholipids are important as both structural and functional components of cell membranes Triglyceride composed of 3 fatty acids attached to one molecule of glycerol Lipoproteins the protein components are called apolipoproteins (referred to apo) Fatty acids are not free in the body, but are part of other lipids Triglyceride yields energy and produces ketones, one of which is beta- hydroxybutyric acid Phospholipids are found on the surface of lipoproteins Lipoproteins facilitate the metabolism of lipids
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