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FSHN 120- Ch 5 Quiz - CH5 1 Olive oil contains abundant...

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CH5 1. Olive oil contains abundant amounts of which type of fatty acid? Student Response Feedback A. Saturated B. Monounsaturated C. Polyunsaturated D. Partially hydrogenated Score: 1/1 2. The main reason for hydrogenating fats is to Student Response Feedback A. improve taste. B. change a liquid fat to a solid fat. C. change a solid fat to a liquid fat. D. improve food appearance. Score: 1/1 3. When triglycerides are digested, before being absorbed, they are converted to a mixture of Student Response Feedback A. diglycerides and fatty acids. B. monoglycerides and diglycerides. C. monoglycerides and fatty acids. D. glycerol and fatty acids. Score: 1/1 4.
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Which of the following is not a rich source of polyunsaturated fatty acids? Student Response Feedback A. Corn oil B. Soybean oil C. Palm oil D. Safflower oil Score: 1/1 5. "Hidden" fat includes Student Response Feedback A. butter. B. fat in crackers and other grain products. C. fat around the edges of meats. D. mayonnaise in potato salad. Score: 1/1 8. Hydrogenation produces what kinds of fat? Student Response Feedback A. High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) B. Cis-fatty acids C. Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) D. Trans-fatty acids Score: 1/1 9.
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Which of the following is true about trans fatty acids found in hydrogenated fats? Student Response Feedback A. When consumed, they can decrease blood clotting. B. When consumed, they can raise serum LDL cholesterol. C. When consumed, they can lower serum LDL cholesterol. D. When consumed, they have no effect on serum cholesterol. Score: 1/1 10 A saturated fatty acid contains Student Response Feedback A. no double bonds. B. one double bond. C. 2 to 12 double bonds. D. 14 to 24 double bonds. Score: 1/1 Wally 1 Cardiovascular disease risk factors include all of the following except Student Response Feedback A. total blood cholesterol >200 mg/dl. B. hypertension. C. HDL cholesterol > 40 mg/dl. D. blood triglycerides > 200 mg/dl. Score: 1/1
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4 Hydrogenation produces what kinds of fat? Student Response Feedback A. High-Density Lipoprotein (HDL) B. Cis-fatty acids C. Low-Density Lipoprotein (LDL) D. Trans-fatty acids Score: 1/1 7 Phospholipids differ from triglycerides in which of the following ways? Student Response Feedback A. A compound containing phosphorus replaces at least one fatty acid. B. Phospholipids do not contain glycerol. C. Phospholipids do not contain fatty acids. D. A compound containing nitrogen replaces at least one fatty acid. Score: 1/1 8
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How many carbons do long-chain fatty acids contain? Student Response Feedback A. 4 to 6 B. 6 to 8 C. 10 or more D. 12 or more Score: 1/1 9 Once the chylomicrons arrive at their destination via the bloodstream, the triglycerides in the chylomicrons ar and fatty acids by an enzyme associated with the blood vessel called ___________ lipase.
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