ANS Week 6

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ANS Week 6
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  1. Fats contain C, H, O with more C and H in proportion to the O than do ________
    Carbs
  2. Fats contain ______ times as much energy per lb or kg as do carbs and protiens
    2.25
  3. Fats are formed by the combo of
    Fatty Acids with Glycerol
  4. Main reason for dietary lipids:
    Increase energy density of feeds
  5. Dietary Lipids serve as a _______ component of cells
    structural
  6. What essential fatty acids to dietary lipids provide?
    linoleic and linoleic acids
  7. Dietary lipids facilitate the absorption of _________ __________
    fat-soluble vitamins
  8. Dietary lipids improve the __________ of feeds
    palatatbility
  9. Deitary lipids reduce the _______ of diets
    dustiness
  10. animal fats are bad for you because they are loaded with ___________ ____
    Saturated fat
  11. 5 specialty fats
    MEGALAC, MEGALAC-R (high linoleic acid), fish oil, rumen bypass fat (RBF), Calcium salts of fatty acids
  12. The difference between oils and fats:
    lower melting points
  13. Most common fats consist of mixtures of _______ fats
    pure
  14. 95% of lipids found in the body are in what lipid form?
    Triglyceride
  15. A diglyceride is _______________
    a glycerol and 2 fatty acids
  16. A monoglyceride is _____________
    a glycerol and 1 fatty acid
  17. The rxn between fats and alkali produces
    soaps and glycerol
  18. Cis hydrogen ions are on the ____ side of the double bond, but trans are on the _____ sides of the bond
    same, opposite
  19. How many carbons per short chain fatty acid?
    2-4
  20. How many carbons per medium chain fatty acid?
    6-12
  21. How many carbons per long chain fatty acid?
    14-26
  22. Omega 3 fatty acids vs Omega 6 fatty acids
    The first double bond from the methyl end is located between carbons 3 and 4 versus 6 and 7

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