Biology

A. Proteins
B. Carbohydrates
C. Lipids
D. Nucleic Acids

Fatty Acids C
Made of Amino Acids A
Another name for sugars B
Starches belong to these B
Help build muscles A
Immediate source of energy B
Long term source of energy C
Has the most calories per gram B
DNA and RNA D
Examples are butter waxes oils C
Examples are meat milk eggs A
Examples are sugars starches pastas V
Enzymes are these D
Another name for fats C
Polysaccharides are chains of these B
Polypeptides are chains of these A
Sucrose and glucos belong to these B

asked by Anonymous
  1. which of the following are common examples of lipids
    grains and sugars
    oils and waxes
    glucose and fructose
    starches and oils

    which of the following is a correct statement about unsaturated fats
    they are joined by single bonds between carbon atoms
    they contain the maximum amount of hydrogen bonds possible
    they contain the minimum amount of carbon bonds possible
    they are joined by at least one double bond between carbon atoms

    which of the following is a example of a steroid
    oil
    cholesterol
    starch
    wax

    which of the following statements is generally true about lipids
    they are often considered hydrophobic, which means they readily dissolve in water
    they are often considered insoluble in water, which means they do not dissolve in water
    they are often considered hydrophobic, which means they will not dissolve in water
    they are often considered soluble in water, which means they readily dissolve in water

    which of the following is a key function of fats in the body
    source of quick energy
    protection against thermal injuries
    regulation of chemical reactions
    transmission of genetic information

    posted by Van Zanten

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