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  1. __________________________ Name
  2. Integrated Science II, Period ________
  3. Lipid Questions
  4. one molecule of _______________ and three____________________________ chains.
  5. What determines whether a fat is solid or liquid at room temperature?
  6. ________________ which means it is soluble in water. Thehydrocarbon chain, or “tail,” of the fatty acid is _____________________ which means it is soluble in oily dirt.
  7. ____________________fats, which have only single bonded carbons, are mainly derived as animal bi-products.
  8. ____________________ fats, which have one or moredouble bonded carbons, can be found in plants.
  9. oil, have been_______________________ theirdouble bonds have been artificially broken and hydrogens artificially added.
  10. other is facing “down,” across from each other, the double bond between the carbons is called a__________________________. If both hydrogens are facing “up” orboth are facing “down” the doublebond between the carbons is called a _______________________.
  11. vegetable oils can cause thenaturally-occurring ___________ bonds to convert to ______________ bonds.
  12. Fat is not such a bad thing, in factour bodies need it for at least two functions, to
  13. 1)
  14. 2)
  15. is known as a____________________________ __. These are useful because they are soluble in both _________________ and _________________.
  16. Lecithin, which is found in egg yolks, is a “famous”____________________ agent.
  17. Name five different steroids
  18. 1)
  19. 2)
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  22. 5)
  23. When UV light reacts with acholesterol molecule it can form ____________________.
  24. ___________________________________ as“good” cholesterol and____________________________ _______ as“bad” cholesterol.
  25. In your own words, write fivesentences or more about why lipids are necessary for life.

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