1. Science

    Which foods are lipids found in, and what is their function in the body? A: lipids are found in sugars and starches and are the main source of energy for the body B: lipids are found in fats and oils and are an essential component of cell membranes C:
  2. Science

    Which foods are lipids found in, and what is their function in the body? A: lipids are found in sugars and starches and are the main source of energy for the body B: lipids are found in fats and oils and are an essential component of cell membranes C:
  3. Science Please helpppp me!!

    (1) in order for an organism to develop specialized tissues the organism must be which of the following A) A Plant B) An Animal C) Unicellular D) Multicellular*** (2) Which foods are lipids found in, and what is their function in the body? A) lipids are
  4. Social Studies

    Which foods are lipids found in, and what is their function in the body? A: lipids are found in sugars and starches and are the main source of energy for the body B: lipids are found in fats and oils and are an essential component of cell membranes C:
  5. science (URGENT!! CORRECT PLEASE))

    (1) in order for an organism to develop specialized tissues the organism must be which of the following A) A Plant B) An Animal C) Unicellular D) Multicellular ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ My answer: D ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ (2) Which foods
  6. nutrition

    how do lipids move through the body so they can be digested and absorbed? How are lipids stored in the body? Explain: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lipid http://www.cem.msu.edu/~reusch/VirtualText/lipids.htm
  7. health

    The nine essentialamino acids are A)NOT FOUND IN FOODS B)NOT MADE BY THE BODY C)ALL PRESENT IN INCOMPLETE PROTEIN D)MADE BY THE BODY not made by the body, so they must come from foods.
  8. Health

    how do lipids move through the body so they can be digested and absorbed? How are lipids stored in the body? Explain your answer.
  9. nutrition

    If you have ever poured oil into a glass of water, you have seen that these two substances do not mix. Knowing this, how do lipids move through the body so they can be digested or absorbed? How are lipids stored in the body?
  10. college

    If you have ever poured oil into a glass of water, you have seen that these two substances do not mix. Knowing this, how do lipids move through the body so they can be digested and absorbed? How are lipids stored in the body? Explain your answer.
  11. Sci

    How do lipids move through the body so they can be digested and absorbed? (2) How are lipids stored in the body?
  12. nutrition

    How do lipids move through the body so they can be digested and absorbed? How are lipids stored in the body?
  13. Nutrition

    How do lipids move through the body do they can be digested and absorbed? How are lipids stored in the body?
  14. health

    I've read through my book and am having trouble understanding the chapter when they talk about the following topics can someone explain it to me thanks How do lipids move through the body so they can be digested and absorbed? How are lipids stored in the
  15. nutrition

    When we hear the word “fat,” many may associate it with weight gain or junk foods. However, lipids and fats are an essential part of the diet. Fats and lipids come in several different forms (i.e. monounsaturated, polyunsaturated, saturated, trans
  16. science

    what organs in the human body are lipids found
  17. Anatomy& Physiology

    When discuusing the role of lipids in the human body,it can be said that. Lipids are stored in the liver. Is this correct?
  18. physio

    Out of all four major organic molecules (carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids) which ones are present in blood? All are in the blood. Think on what is blood: water, dissolved gases, cells, foods (sugars, lipids, amino acids, etc)
  19. Biology

    Why do some foods contain lipids but others do not?
  20. Biology

    Tell what the function of lipids do in a cell. Is the correct answer: lipids function in a cell is to provide energy, act as structural components in a cell , and can help provide hormones.
  21. Chemistry

    Tell what the function of lipids do in a cell. Is the correct answer: lipids function in a cell is to provide energy, act as structural components in a cell , and can help provide hormones
  22. SCI

    Should we eliminate fats from our diets altogether and increase proteins? 2. What are some of the benefits that unsaturated fats provide when included in a balanced diet. 3. What are some benefits that proteins provided when included in a balanced diet.
  23. Science of nutrition

    how do lipids move through the body so they can be digested and absorbed? How are lipds stored in the body?
  24. science

    how do lipids move through the body so they can be digested and absorbed? I fyou pour oil and water together they do not mix so am confused to this. also how are they stored in the body?
  25. Biology

    Are proteins, lipids, starch, sugar, calcium (ion), iron (ion), and chlorine (ion) in blood plasma? if they are explain its function in the body.
  26. Health

    the chemical process by which your body breaks down the nutrients in foods to release energy for the cells in your body describes. A.calories*** B.cholesterol C.metabolism D.nutrition ----is a type of complex carbohydrate that does not get broken down or
  27. 20 question please check my answers

    1. A sickness resulting from eating food that is not safe to eat empty-calorie foods nutrition foodborne illness nutrient density 2. A nutrient that helps control the amount of fluid in your body sodium calorie protein nutrition 3. A measure of nutrient
  28. Health

    1. Name the six basic nutrients needed by the body. What is each of their function? What types of foods might you find them in? How do they each benefit the body? 2. Define dehydration. Discuss the effects of dehydration on the body. What is a diuretic?
  29. biology

    1. what is the function of the menstrual cycle? 2. Trace the path of a sperm from the male body? 3. Examine the two small lungs found on either side of the heart? Describe their size and function?
  30. Trigonometry URGENT!

    A group of scientists found a new species of spider in the desert. The body temperature of the spider appears to vary sinusoidal over time. A maximum body temperature of the spider reaches 125° after 15 minutes from the start of the examination. Then, 28
  31. Science

    1. ____ are stored by the body as energy reserves. Lipids Carbohydrates Proteins Nucleic acids C?
  32. Science

    1. ____ are stored by the body as energy reserves. Lipids Carbohydrates Proteins Nucleic acids
  33. Newtons Law of Cooling

    using Newton's Law of Cooling: At 10:30 am the medical examiner arrives at a crime scene where a dead body has been found. The temperature of the body is 80 degrees F and the thermostat for the room in which the body was found is set at 68 degrees F. One
  34. Chemistry 101

    What is the function of lipids and cells?
  35. Math

    A group of scientists found a new species of spider in the desert. The body temperature of the spider appears to vary sinusoidal over time. A maximum body temperature of the spider reaches 125? after 15 minutes from the start of the examination. Then, 14
  36. Maths

    The body of a murder victim was discovered at 11:00 A.M. and found the temperature of the body was 94.60°F. The temperature of the room was 700°F. One hour later, in the same room, he took the body temperature again and found it was 93.40°F. Estimate
  37. science human nutrition

    Write a 750- to 1,050-word paper that addresses the following points about the 3-day food intake information you recorded in iProfile: • Recorded intake of protein, carbohydrates, and lipids o Which foods in your recorded daily intake provide protein?
  38. Science

    1. Glucose is a simple sugar made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. What kind of molecule is glucose? A) Glucose is protein B) Glucose is a nucleic acid*** C) Glucose is an organic molecule D) Glucose is an inorganic molecule 2. Glucose is a simple
  39. Health

    "Smoking causes drastic changes in the _______ system, which is responsible for converting foods into the nutrients the body needs to survive." This is a question on a health crossword puzzle given to me by my teacher. Problem is, I know nothing about this
  40. English

    1. Today we eat foods/food which come from all over the world. (Do we have to use 'food' or 'foods'? Are both OK? When do we use 'foods'? 2. I like healthy food. 3. I like health food. 4. I like healthy foods. 5. I like health foods. (Which ones are
  41. SCi

    What carbohydrates are, the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates, how sugars are broken down and used in the body, the benefits that carbohydrates provide to the body • Give examples of foods that are considered healthy sources of
  42. Health

    Added sugars are defined as ________. A. Sugars and syrups that are added when foods or beverages are processed or prepared B. Sugars and syrups that are not added to foods or beverages C. Sugars and syrups that are healthy for the body D. Sugars and
  43. bio

    I think I got it carbohydrates lipids proteins nucleic acids correct? still haven't found the basic element yet. I think it is carbon, but can't find anything definte
  44. Pre-Calc/Trig

    A body was found at 6 a.m. outdoors on a day when the temperature was 50oF. The medical examiner found the temperature of the body to be 66oF. What was the approximate time of death? Use Newton's law of cooling, with k = 0.1947. A. Midnight (12 a.m.) B. 5
  45. 7th grade health question

    1. What does smart snacking mean? (1 point) Eat while you are studying Eat what your brain tells you to eat Eat nutrient dense foods Read a cookbook 2. What is NOT a way to keep foods safe? (1 point) If it looks and smells okay, it is safe to eat Wash
  46. biochem

    why do lipids less dense than proteins? PLEASE HELP ME ANSWER THIS QUESTION. it really makes me wonder because lipids are much larger molecule compare to protein molecule but why protein is denser?
  47. Science

    function of smooth ER A. synthesis lipids B. form ribosomes C generate energy D phagocytose bacteria I think A
  48. Foods

    what is used to knead dough and to roll pastry ? what is used to cook some less tender meats,to steam puddings and to asselerate the cooking time of foods? what is used to sift flour before measuring? what kind of knife is used to very finely slice or
  49. physics

    when a force of 0.245 newtons is applied to a body of mass 250g which is resting on a horizontal plane, the body is found to be in a limiting equilibrium. find the coefficient of friction between body and planes.
  50. Health

    What is the primary function of the skeletal muscle? A. Contraction B. Pumping blood to the rest of the body C. Protecting the body from harm D. Heating the body
  51. health

    What is the primary function of the skeletal muscle? A. Heating the body B. Pumping blood to the rest of the body C. Protecting the body from harm D. Contraction C?
  52. Health

    What is the primary function of the skeletal muscle?. A. Contraction B. Heating the body C. Protecting the body from harm D. Pumping blood to the rest of the body
  53. health

    what is the primary function of the skeletal muscle a. protecting the body from harm b. heating the body c. contraction d. pumping blood to the rest of the body
  54. P.E.

    Explain which 3 foods might not help create a good healthy body.
  55. calculus

    Suppose that the velocity of a falling body is v = k/s (k a constant) at the instant the body has fallen s meters from its starting point. Find the body's acceleration as a function of s.
  56. Health ( ANSWER ASAP)

    1)Which nutrient can be found in both animals and plants and provides growth and repair of your bodys tissues A) Fiber B) Protein My theory is Protein C) Trans Fat D) Unsaturated fat 2)__ Is a type of complex carbohydrate that does not get broken down or
  57. French Cuisine (URGENT)

    Okay, I need to find 5 foods (dishes/meals) from after the French Revolution. And 1 recipe. Also, I need to find 2 foods that are popular now that is influenced by the French Revolution. And 1 recipe. I've searched through google many times. But haven't
  58. HELP

    Why is water essential to health maintenance? o What are the functions of water in the body? o What happens to the body when it does not get the water it needs? o Compare and contrast how different electrolytes—sodium, potassium, and chloride—function
  59. Food Labels

    5. The food label law is mandatory for the following foods: a. ready-to-eat foods at a bakery, deli, and/or candy store b. most food except meat and poultry*** c. medical foods d. coffee,tea and spice Thank You.
  60. sci 230

    Proteins are tissue material, fragments of which can serve many biochemical function. They serve an important function in our body, they distribute something very importantnctions in the body can you tell what they are?
  61. biology

    Generally,mankind( I believe across all cultures) prefers to eat foods that are served hot or sometimes chilled.I have the impression that it should be more natural,beneficial and tastier to eat food as it is i.e. at room temperature, as what other animals
  62. Science

    Compare and contrast how different electrolytes-sodium, potassium, and chloride function in the body. Why is water essential to health maintenance? What are the functions of water in the body? What happens to the body when it does not get the water it
  63. SCI

    Why is water essential to health maintenance? o What are the functions of water in the body? o What happens to the body when it does not get the water it needs? o Compare and contrast how different electrolytes—sodium, potassium, and chloride—function
  64. Biology

    What is the function of lactose in the body? I know what lactose is, but I'm having trouble finding if it does anything in the body (give energy...?) And also, what is the function of fructose in plants? I'm having the same problem.
  65. SCI

    I need help finding info. on the following I am searching online snd not having a lot of luck on what i need. including speaker notes, that explains: • What carbohydrates are, the difference between simple and complex carbohydrates, how sugars are broken
  66. chemistry

    what are metals and non metals that are found in the human body and their function?
  67. Biology / DNA / science

    Hi, Can anyone confirm my answer here.. I need to determine familial relationship Body 1 Body 2 Body3 Locus 1 14,19 16,18 14,18 Locus 2 15,21 18,18 17,21 Locus 3 11,11 12,13 11,12 Locus 4 18,19 18,24 18,23 Locus 5 13,14 14,15 12,14 Locus 6 29,29.2 29,31.2
  68. Physics...help please!

    A body of mass m moves in the +x direction, subject only to drag force: Fx= (-1/2)(CD*rhoair*S*vx^2) With drag coefficient CD, air density rho air, cross sectional area S, and velocity component vx. At time t=0 the body is at postion x=0 and has velocity
  69. Physics...help please!

    A body of mass m moves in the +x direction, subject only to drag force: Fx= (-1/2)(CD*rhoair*S*vx^2) With drag coefficient CD, air density rho air, cross sectional area S, and velocity component vx. At time t=0 the body is at postion x=0 and has velocity
  70. Biology

    Hi can anyone clarify the following please Three unrecognisable bodies are found Genotype of bodies found at a house fire Locus Body 1 Body 2 Body 3 D3S1358 14,19 16,18 14,18 vWA 15,21 18,18 17,21 D16S539 11,11 12,13 11,12 D2S1338 18,19 18,24 18,23 D8S1179
  71. Health

    nutrition is the process of the body using foods that we eat in order to sustain life true or false
  72. DNA

    Hi can anyone clarify the following please Three unrecognisable bodies are found Genotype of bodies found at a house fire Locus Body 1 Body 2 Body 3 D3S1358 14,19 16,18 14,18 vWA 15,21 18,18 17,21 D16S539 11,11 12,13 11,12 D2S1338 18,19 18,24 18,23 D8S1179
  73. biology

    im so confused with all of these okay so it tells me to do this table thing and the titles on the top are macromolecule,monomers, and function then it had beneath macro. carbohydrates, protein, lipids, and nucleic acids does anyone know how to explain this
  74. helath help

    11. Fats help maintain your cell membranes. (1 point)True False 12. Your body does not use energy when you sleep. (1 point)True False 13. People with anorexia nervosa eat large amounts of food and then purge. (1 point)True False 14. Your body image is the
  75. statistics

    Assume the body temperatures of healthy adults are normally distributed with a mean of 98.20 °F and a standard deviation of 0.62 °F (based on data from the University of Maryland researchers). Is a body temperature of 99.00 °F unusual? Why or why not?
  76. calculus

    1 pt) Coroners estimate time of death using the rule of thumb that a body cools about 2 degrees F during the first hour after death and about 1 degree F for each additional hour. Assuming an air temperature of 68 degrees F and a living body temperature of
  77. health help me

    1. Starches and sugars that provide energy (1 point)kidneys enzymes carbohydrates vitamins 2. The system that removes waste from the body and controls the body's water levels (1 point)excretory digestive system liver kidneys 3. Organs that remove waste
  78. HEALTH HELP PLEASE!!

    Fats help maintain your cell membranes. (1 point) True False 12. Your body does not use energy when you sleep. (1 point) True False 13. People with anorexia nervosa eat large amounts of food and then purge. (1 point) True False 14. Your body image is the
  79. health

    if i put a .... that's what ithink the answer is may u checkitin tell what i got wrong so i can retry to do it 11. Fats help maintain your cell membranes. (1 point)True False .... 12. Your body does not use energy when you sleep. (1 point)True False ....
  80. Algebra

    Find the average rate of change of f(x)=6x²−3 on the interval [2,a]. Your answer will be an expression involving a What I did so far: I found f(2) which is 21 and that would make the function (2,21) Then, I found f(a) which is 6a^2-3 and that would make
  81. calculus

    f(x) = (x+2)/(x+6) What is f^(-1)(-6)? (what is f inverse of -6) I found f' which was [(x+6)-(x+2)]/(x+6)^2 I set the function equal to -6 and found x to be -30/7. Used the formula to find inverse function: 1/f'(f^(-1)(-6)) So I replaced f^(-1)(-6) with
  82. MATH

    Chemistry of Life Multiple Choice 1. Which of the following form the main components of our body cells? carbohydrates and proteins fat and phosphorous proteins and iron nucleic acids and calcium 2. Organic compounds always contain______. water oxygen
  83. Math

    Chemistry of Life Multiple Choice 1. Which of the following form the main components of our body cells? carbohydrates and proteins fat and phosphorous proteins and iron nucleic acids and calcium 2. Organic compounds always contain______. water oxygen
  84. Algebra1

    John is working the function s(x). He found that s(2)=-6 Matthew is working with the function t(x). He found that t(2)=-6 The point (2,-6) lies on the graph of s(x) and t(x). True or False?
  85. Physics

    A metre rule is found to balance at 51cm mark.When a body of 70g is suspended at the 10cm mark,the balance point is found to be at 25cm mark.Find the mass of the ruler and the distance of the balance point from the zero end,if the body were move to the
  86. statistics

    Assume the body temperture of healthy adults are normally distributed with a mean of 98.20 degrees F and a standard deviation of 0.62 degrees F... a. If you have a body temperture of 99.00 degrees F, what is your percentile score? b. Convert 99.00 degrees
  87. statistics

    Assume the body temperatures of healthy adults are normally distributed with a mean of 98.20 °F and a standard deviation of 0.62 °F (based on data from the University of Maryland researchers). a. (0.1 point) If you have a body temperature of 99.00 °F,
  88. Biology

    what kind of molecule is found in lipitor? is it found in the human body?
  89. Science Please Check!

    Which statement best explains how the structure of a starch molecule relates to its function? A- A branching structure makes the molecule stronger. B- A branching structure has more chemical bonds than an unbranched structure. C- A branching structure
  90. calculus

    Coroners estimate time of death using the rule of thumb that a body cools about 2 degrees F during the first hour after death and about 1 degree F for each additional hour. Assuming an air temperature of 78 degrees F and a living body temperature of 98.6
  91. English

    1. We have talked about the street foods in the four cities. Which street food do you like most among the street foods in the four cities? - I like fruit sticks the most because they are delicious and nutritious. (Is the question or the answer grammatical?
  92. Nutrition

    Cholesterol: a) can be converted to vitamin D. b) can be found in all foods. c) contains glycerol and 3 fatty acids. d) acts as an emulsifier. I believe it is D
  93. Nutrition

    Cholesterol: a) can be converted to vitamin D. b) can be found in all foods. c) contains glycerol and 3 fatty acids. d) acts as an emulsifier. I believe it is D
  94. Biology II

    Discuss the biological importance of each of the following organiz compounds in relation to cellular structure and function in plants and animals A) Carbohydrates B) Proteins C) Lipids D) nucleic acid Like my problem is I don't really get what it is asking
  95. Biochemistry 1

    1. Many processed foods are labeled "cholesterol free". From what food sources would these foods be made? Animal or Vegetable?
  96. Body systems/ terminology

    Which of the following best describes the overall function of hormones? A. To control physiological processes in the body B. To provide a pathway for nerve messages C. To stimulate the growth and maturation of body organs D. To determine masculine or
  97. Health

    1) Which type of fat is not naturally found in foods and should be very little in your diet? A. Monounsaturated fat B. Saturated fat C. trans fat*** D. Unsaturated fat*** ( I can choose between D and C) 2)Trans fat can be best limited in the diet by_______
  98. 7th grade science ASAP please!

    1. Which of the following form the main components of our body cells? (1 point) carbohydrates and proteins fat and phosphorous proteins and iron nucleic acids and calcium 2. Organic compounds always contain______. (1 point) water oxygen nitrogen carbon 3.
  99. Science

    which of the following summarizes the function of the respiratory system? 1) transport oxygen to cells and wastes away from ells. 2)to protect the organs in the chest cavity. 3)to move oxygen from the air into the body and carbon dioxide from the body into
  100. Anatomy And Physiology 1

    1. What are the constituents of DNA? A. Sugars and lipids B. Proteins and sugars C. Sugars, phosphates, and nitrogenous bases D. Lipids, nitrogenous bases, and proteins MY ANSWER IS C.