Nutrition_CH5_Lipids

  1. Polyunsaturated fats of nutritional interest may have:




    A.
  2. Carbon-carbon double bonds in the cis form:




    A.
  3. Which fatty acid is considered essential and must be supplied by the diet?




    C.
  4. What lipids are a major component of cell and organelle membranes?




    A.
  5. Triacylglycerols with unsaturated fatty acids tend to be _____ at room temperature.




    A.
  6. What is the most common lipid characterized by a cyclized internal segment in a 20 carbon chain?




    B.
  7. Cholesterol serves as a precursor for _____.




    B.
  8. Sphingomyelins serve which of the following functions?




    B.
  9. Pancreatic lipase is characterized by which of the following statements?




    A.
  10. Undigested lipid delays the rate of emptying of stomach contents, thus:




    D.
  11. What is the carrier for long-chain dietary fatty acids in circulation?




    A.
  12. Apolipoproteins function to:




    D.
  13. Which of the following lipoproteins are normally present in blood in the greatest quantity during the fasting state?




    D.
  14. Which of the following lipoproteins is the major carrier of cholesterol away from tissues for excretion by the liver?




    A.
  15. LDL binds to which of the following cells with high affinity and specificity?




    C.
  16. What enzyme is inhibited by drug therapy to decrease serum cholesterol?




    C.
  17. Which of the following fatty acids is least likely to promote heart disease?




    A.
  18. Trans unsaturated fatty acids elevate serum LDL while decreasing HDL and are therefore likely to:




    C.
  19. Carnitine is the carrier molecule needed for:




    D.
  20. Beta-oxidation in the mitochondria produces _____.




    B.
  21. Which of the following fatty acids would yield the greatest energy upon complete oxidation?




    C.
  22. Cholesterol is produced from:




    B.
  23. The fatty acid synthase system is involved in creating:




    D.
  24. What is the most important unsaturated fatty acid serving as a precursor for eicosanoids that antagonize those made from an omega-6 fatty acid precursor?




    B.
  25. Leukotrienes are hormone-like substances made from:




    C.
  26. Prostaglandins exhibit a range of physiological actions including:




    D.
  27. Which hormone inhibits hormone-sensitive triacylglycerol lipase found in adipose tissue cells?




    A.
  28. What organ provides the major site for lipoprotein formation from endogenously produced lipids?




    A.
  29. What is a major risk factor for cardiovascular disease?




    A.
  30. The mechanism by which orlistat decreases caloric consumption is by:




    A.
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PicOlio
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Nutrition_CH5_Lipids
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Human Nutrition Ch 5 - Lipids
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