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  • ... oic acid, carboxylic acid. Bronsted-Lowry base, proton acceptor. Lipid monomers, glycerol fatty acids. ... lipid/FATS, macromolecules used for energy storage - fats, oils, and waxes- MADE UP OF FATTY ACIDS. ...
  • ... Acyl-CoA Synthetases, Catalyze activation of long chain fatty acids, esterfying them to coenzyme A. This process is ATP dependent and occurs in 2 steps. There are different Acyl-CoA synthetases for fatty acids of different chain lengths. ...
  • ... Conditioning, a simple type of learning that changes behavior by forming new associations. volitile fatty acids, name a process that divides feed into its component parts and gives only an estimate of quantity but not quality. ...
  • ... Beta Oxidation, A metabolic sequence that breaks fatty acids down to two-carbon fragments that enter the citric acid cycle as acetyl CoA. ... G1 phase, Part of interphase, cell grows in size. Fat, lipids; made up of glycerol and fatty acids. ...
  • ... saturated fatty acids, contains the maximum possible number of hydrogen atoms example: palmitic acid. ... Use O to break fatty acids that can be sent to mitochondria. endergonic, chemical reaction; requires energy to proceed. ...
  • ... respiration. ester linkage, the link formed between the glycerol molecule and the fatty acids of a neutral fat by dehydration synthesis. cytokinins, ... operon. fat, constructed from glycerol and fatty acids. Pattern ...
  • ... phospholipids, similar to fat, but only have two fatty acids (third hydroxyl group of the glycerol is joined to a phosphate group). ... Cs are fully reduced, all CC single bonds, fatty acids are linear, tightly packed, solid at room temp. foli...
  • ... phospholipids, major components of cell membrane, have two fatty acids attached to glycerol and a phosphate group at the third position. ... c. fats, lipids with one tow or three fatty acids dangling like tails from a glycerol molecule. ...
  • ... Carbon. Triacylglycerol, Three fatty acids linked to one glycerol molecule; another name for a fat. Hydrolysis, A chemical process that lyses, or splits, molecules by the addition of water. Positive ...