Lecture 5 Print Out - Lipids Compare and contrast the...

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1 Lipids Compare and contrast the general structures and properties of fatty acids, waxes, fats and oils Understand the differences between mono- and polyunsaturated fats and saturated fats. Which fats are essential? Understand the hydrolysis and hydrogenation reactions of triacylgylcerols Distinguish between active and passive transport as well as simple and facilitated diffusion Be able to describe the main components of a cell membrane and the type of lipids present in it Chapter 24: All sections Stage I of Catabolism: Digestion of Macro- molecules into subunits Stage II: Breakdown of subunits into an oxidized Form (acetyl-SCoA) Stage III: Acetyl-SCoA oxidized to produce CO 2 & Reduced Coenzymes Stage IV: Oxidative phosphorylation to 2 O
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2 oils animal fats membranes Membranes for nerves “insulation” hormones locally acting paracrine factors Families of Lipids Lipid Representatives triacylglycerol/TAG cholesterol + 3 fatty acids 1 2 3 glycerol prostaglandin A wax
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3 1 C O O - 1 4 no double bonds Chains pack together
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