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HNF_150_Practice_Tes - HNF 150 Practice Test 2 Key After you have reviewed Chapters 6,7,9 and 10 thru page 350 and also reviewed the class notes

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HNF 150 Practice Test 2 Key After you have reviewed Chapters 6,7,9, and 10 thru page 350, and also reviewed the class notes take this test without use of your notes. Then go back with use of notes and the text to confirm if you selected the correct answer. 1. The main form of lipid found in the food we eat is a. cholesterol. b. phospholipids. C. triglycerides. d. None of these choices are correct. 2. Corn, soybean and sunflower oils are good sources of a. saturated fatty acids. b. monounsaturated fatty acids. C. polyunsaturated fatty acids. d. mixtures of all of these choices. 3. A group of biologically important compounds that help regulate diverse body functions such as blood pressure, inflammatory reactions, or childbirth are synthesized from long-chain, highly unsaturated fatty acids. This class of hormone-like compounds is called a. lipoproteins. b. apolipoproteins. c. chylomicrons. D. eicosanoids. 1
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4. Which of the following foods is the best source of omega-3 fatty acids? A. Fatty fish b. Peanut butter and jelly c. Lard and shortenings d. Beef and other red meats 5. The process of _________ results in triglycerides storage within a cell. a. deesterification b. phosphorylation C. reeseterification d. absorption across the intestinal villi 6. In the body, excess energy is a. excreted by way of the urine and feces. b. stored as glycogen. C. stored as triglycerides in adipose tissue. d. stored as free fatty acids in muscle tissue. 7. Which of the following is not an emulsifier? a. Bile acids B. Glycerol c. Lecithin d. Monoglycerides 2
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8. Cholesterol is classified as a. a triglyceride. b. a phospholipid. C. a sterol. d. an emulsifier. 9. The feature that chemically distinguishes protein from carbohydrate and fat is the presence of _________ in the structure. a. carbon
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2008 for the course HNF 150H taught by Professor Rosmos during the Spring '07 term at Michigan State University.

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HNF_150_Practice_Tes - HNF 150 Practice Test 2 Key After you have reviewed Chapters 6,7,9 and 10 thru page 350 and also reviewed the class notes

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