Ch9 - a glycogen b LDLs(low density lipoproteins c...

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Chem 365 Homework problems Chapter 9 1-10. From VVP, Chapter 9 Problems 1-6, 9, and 11-13 (pages 292-293). 11. Which of the following fatty acids would you expect to exhibit the highest melting point? a. myristic acid b. stearic acid c. linoleic acid d. palmitic acid 12. The unsaturated fatty acid ______________ is commonly attached to the carbon 2 position of glycerolphospholipids and can be enzymatically converted to prostaglandins, leukotrienes, or thromboxanes. a. lauric acid b. arachidonic acid c. oleic acid d. linoleic acid 13. Free fatty acids are seldom found in the blood because excess fatty acids are usually stored in adipose tissue as ______________.
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Unformatted text preview: a. glycogen b. LDLs (low density lipoproteins) c. triacylglycerols d. ceramides Chem 365 Homework problems Chem 365 Homework problems 14. Answer the following questions with the letter that corresponds to the appropriate structure depicted on the previous page. a. Which of the molecules represented in the lipid gallery is sphingosine? F b. Which is cortisol, an anti-inflammatory steroid hormone? H c. Which is the diterpene trans-retinal? G d. Which is the compound sphingomyelin? E e. Which is the ether glycerophospholipid platelet-activating factor (PAF)? C f. Which is an example of a cerebroside? A g. Which is phosphatidic acid? D h. Which is the wax cetyl palmitate? B...
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