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68What would be the physical state of this fatty acid at roomtemperature? CH3(CH2)15COOH(1/1 Points)LiquidSolidThe correct answer is, "Solid." It is a long-chain saturated fatty acid. Long-chain fattyacids have more than 12 carbon atoms, and they have no double bonds. Since the chainis so long, it is a solid at room temperature and stacks well.BilayerPhospholipid69Individuals with long-chain 3-hydroxyacyl-CoA dehydrogenase (LCHAD)deficiency are unable to break down long-chain fatty acids. Which ofthe following is true for these patients?(0/1 Points)During fasting, these individuals will produce excessive amounts of ketone bodies.They should avoid intake of carbohydrates and instead focus on a high-fat diet.The correct answer is, "They should ensure that they eat frequently so that their bodyhas adequate supplies of glucose." Individuals that are not able to breakdown lipidsshould limit their intake of lipids and consume more protein and carbohydrates instead.They should ensure that they eat frequently so that their body has adequatesupplies of glucose.They will break down CH3(CH2)8CH=CH(CH2)10COOH without a problem.70
Newborns are tested for a variety of metabolic disorders includingFamilial Lipoprotein Lipase Deficiency, which is a disease in which thegene that codes for Lipase is deficient. Lipase is the enzyme thatbreaks down triglycerides. Which of the following would be true for anindividual with Familial Lipoprotein Lipase Deficiency?(1/1 Points)
Triglycerides could not be broken down to release glucose in response to glucagonsignaling.Gluconeogenesis could not occur and glucose would have to be taken in from theindividual's diet.Amino acids could not be broken down to acetyl-CoA which decrease ATP formed bythe electron transport chain.71Name72WGU email address73Have you already booked an appointment with Biochemistry CourseInstructors to discuss your Readiness Check score? You can contactmentors by booking an appointment here:74I understand that I need to click to view the feedback results RIGHTAFTER submitting because I will NOT have another opportunity to viewthe feedback results.TrueFalseGo back to thank you pageThis content is created by the owner of the form. The data you submit will be sent to the form owner.Powered by Microsoft Forms|Privacy and cookies|Terms of useKevin Matth[email protected]kevin matth
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