lect13 - CH395G Fall 2009 Figure 12-1 Structural formulas...

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CH395G Fall 2009
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Figure 12-1 Structural formulas of some C 18 fatty acids. Page 383 Numbering is from carboxyl end
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Table 12-1 ( top ) The Common Biological Fatty Acids. Page 383
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Table 12-1 ( bottom ) The Common Biological Fatty Acids. Page 383
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Typical Triacylglycerol
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More Triacylglycerols
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Figure 12-2 Scanning electron micrograph of adipocytes. Page 384
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WAXES
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Membrane Lipid Components • A variety of lipids • Many different proteins lycosylation on outside • Glycosylation on outside • Attachment molecules
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Figure 12-3 Molecular formula of glycerophospholipids. Page 385
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Table 12-2 The Common Classes of Glycerophospholipids . Page 385
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Figure 12-4a The glycerophospholipid 1-stearoyl-2-oleoyl-3- phosphatidylcholine. ( a ) Molecular formula in Fischer projection. Page 386
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Figure 12-4b The glycerophospholipid 1-stearoyl-2-oleoyl-3-phosphatidylcholine. ( b ) space-filling model with H white, C gray, O red, and P green. Page 386
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Figure 12-5 Molecular formulas of sphingosine and dihydrosphingosine. Page 387
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Figure 12-6a A sphingomyelin. (a) Molecular formula in Fischer projection. Page 387
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Figure 12-6b A sphingomyelin. (b) space-filling model with H white, C gray, N blue, and O red. Page 387
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Figure 12-7a Ganglioside G M1 . ( a ) Structural formula with its sphingosine residue in Fischer projection. Page 388
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Figure 12-7b Ganglioside G M1 . ( b ) space-filling model with H white, C gray, N blue, and O red. Page 388
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Cyclopentanoperhydrophenanthrene , the parent compound of steroids. Page 388
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course CH 370 taught by Professor Hackert during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas.

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