ch09 - Chapter 9: Lipids and Biological Membranes Matching...

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Chapter 9: Lipids and Biological Membranes Matching A) amphiphilic B) vitamin D C) arachidonic acid D) phosphatidylethanolamine E) steroid F) gangliosides G) phosphatidylserine H) glycerophospholipids I) sphingomyelin J) cholesterol K) triacylglycerols L) plasmalogen M) nonpolar 1. ______ are the fats and oils that constitute the lipids of the human diet. Ans: K Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.B Learning objective: Lipid Classification 2. The ______ are the major lipid components of the cell membrane. Ans: H Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.C Learning objective: Lipid Classification 3. The myelin sheath is particularly rich in ______. Ans: I Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.D Learning objective: Lipid Classification
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4. A steroid-derived hormone, ______, regulates Ca 2+ metabolism. Ans: B Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.E Learning objective: Lipid Classification 5. ______ is found exclusively in the cytosolic leaflet of the membrane. Ans: G Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.F Learning objective: Lipid Classification 6. Members of the ______ family have four fused, nonplanar rings. Ans: E Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.E Learning objective: Lipid Classification 7. A glycerophospholipid in which the C1 substituent is linked as an ether rather than an ester is called a ______. Ans: L Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.D Learning objective: Lipid Classification 8. Glycosphingolipids with complex carbohydrate head groups that often serve as cellular receptors are ______. Ans: F Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.D Learning objective: Lipid Classification 9. With respect to polarity, membrane lipids can be described as ______. Ans: A Level of Difficulty: Easy
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9.1.A Learning objective: Lipid Classification 10. Eicosanoids are derived from ______. Ans: C Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.F Learning objective: Lipid Classification Multiple Choice 11. Which of the following statements does not apply to fatty acids? A) They most commonly have 14-20 carbons. B) They usually have an even number of carbons. C) Double bonds, when they occur, are usually conjugated. D) In higher plants and animals, C 16 and C 18 species predominate. E) None of the above. Ans: C Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.A Learning objective: Lipid Classification 12. Rank the melting points of the following fatty acids from highest to lowest: (1) cis -oleate (18:1) (2) trans -oleate (18:1) (3) linoleate (18:2) A) 1 > 2 > 3 B) 2 > 1 > 3 C) 2 > 3 > 1 D) 3 > 1 > 2 E) none of the above Ans: B Level of Difficulty: Easy Section: 9.1.A Learning objective: Lipid Classification 13. Which of the following lipid types is the least polar? A)
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This note was uploaded on 12/05/2011 for the course CHEM 102 taught by Professor Cheng during the Spring '11 term at University of South Florida - Tampa.

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ch09 - Chapter 9: Lipids and Biological Membranes Matching...

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