Question 6 (1 point) A fatty acid that contains no carbon-to-carbon double bonds in its structure is called a(n) _____. Question 6 options:

Question 6 (1 point)

A fatty acid that contains no carbon-to-carbon double bonds in its structure is called a(n) _____.

Question 6 options:

cis-fatty acid

trans-fatty acid

unsaturated fatty acid

essential fatty acid

saturated fatty acid

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Which of the following is an example of an essential fatty acid for humans?

Question 7 options:

Arachidonic acid

Linoleic acid

Stearic acid

Palmitic acid

Myristic acid

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Which of the following is a characteristic of long-chain saturated fatty acids?

Question 8 options:

Weak intermolecular forces of attraction

Bent nature of the molecule

Inability to fit into a crystal lattice structure

High melting points

Tendency to exist as liquids at room temperature

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The hydrolysis of fats and oils in the presence of a base is used to make soap and is called _____.

Question 9 options:

saponification

transesterification

desiccation

olefination

glycosidation

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_____ are the most abundant phospholipids in cell membranes.

Question 10 options:

Sphingomyelins

Cerebrosides

Gangliosides

Phosphoglycerides

Cardiolipins

SaveQuestion 11 (2 points)

Phosphoglycerides containing choline as the amino alcohol unit are called _____.

Question 11 options:

cephalins

cardiolipins

sphingomyelins

citicolines

lecithins

SaveQuestion 12 (2 points)

Proteins that span the lipids bilayer of cell membranes are known as _____.

Question 12 options:

peripheral proteins

lipid-anchored proteins

globular proteins

integral proteins

fibrous proteins

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