18.Describe the structure and function of mitochondria. 19.Explain how “carbo-loading” works. 20.Name three main types of dietary lipids. What are functions of each type? 21.Which type of lipids is the most common in diet and is mostly used for energy production? 22.What is the difference between “lipolysis” and “lipogenesis”? Which hormone(s) stimulate each of these processes? 23.Describe the function of lipoproteins and name important varieties of lipoproteins. 24. Which type of lipoproteins is called “good cholesterol”? Which one is “bad cholesterol”? High-density lipoproteins (HDLs) – “good cholesterol” remove excess cholesterol from body cells and the blood and transport it to the liver for elimination. Low- density lipoproteins (LDLs)- “bad cholesterol” they carry about 75% of the total cholesterol in blood and deliver it to cells throughout the body for use in repair of cell membranes and synthesis of steroid hormones and bile salts. 25.What is accomplished by amino acid deamination? In which organ does it happen?
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