Chapter ii cont (lipids and proteins)

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Ok so this is my 5th PPT of the series dedicated to the Human Anatomy. The humor is mine. So just change it to fit your needs. Hope this helps.

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Chapter ii cont (lipids and proteins)

  1. 1. Chapter II Cont. Can you just feel the magic?
  2. 2. Lipids Found in: Fatty Meats Egg Yolks Milk Products And Oils
  3. 3. Lipids Important Lipid Types: Triglycerides (Neutral Fats) Ex. Fat deposits that insulate the body (BEER GUT) Mr. Jackson Just Kidding I’m Fatter
  4. 4. Lipids Important Lipid Types Phospholipids Ex: Cell Membranes (Remember BASIC Bio the “Phospholipid Bi-Layer”?)
  5. 5. Lipids Phospholipids a Closer Look Simple Detailed
  6. 6. Lipids Important Lipid Types Cholesterol <ul><li>Ex: Steroids </li></ul><ul><li>Estrogen </li></ul><ul><li>Testosterone </li></ul><ul><li>Winstrol </li></ul><ul><li>D-Bol ( Deca-Durabolin) </li></ul><ul><li>The list goes on and on and on… </li></ul>I know what you’re thinking… Seriously!! Where can I get her number?
  7. 7. Lipids Vitamin D (Created through exposure to UV light and necessary for BONE growth and function) Ex: Ever seen a “small” Samoan?   ~Yeah~ I didn’t think so. About to have BAD DAY
  8. 8. Lipids Sex Hormones Estrogen Testosterone  What molecule do they look like in basic form? Cholesterol
  9. 9. Moving on PROTEINS Hooray!!!
  10. 10. Proteins Amino Acids The BASIC BUILDING BLOCKS of all Proteins Contain a: NH 2 Group COOH Group So what does that look like? Like This NH 2 COOH Important things to REMEMBER Amino Acids: NH 2 & COOH
  11. 11. Proteins Amino Acids A Chain of Amino Acids less than 50 is called a: Polypeptide More than 50? Its called a: Complex Protein Molecule
  12. 12. Proteins 2 Kinds of Proteins 1 st kind Fibrous Protein Example: Collagen – found in – Bones Tendons Cartilage Keratin (skin, hair and nails) That’s gotta sting !!
  13. 13. Proteins Globular or FUNCTIONAL PROTIENS Antibodies: help the body identify foreign substances Hormones (apparently they can be both cholesterol based or protein based) *I know I was alittle confused myself* Ex. Insulin (helps controls blood sugar levels) Transport Proteins: Ex. Hemoglobin (Blood) carries oxygen throughout the body Catalysts also called Enzymes Ex. Amylase (in your saliva) 2nd Kind
  14. 14. Proteins: A closer look I know what your thinking ….”why?” The answer? Because…Mr. Jackson is Evil Moving on…. Just Kidding well continue this on Monday.

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