C, H, O in a 1:2:1 Ratio
C, H, O, N, P all present
C, H, O in no specific ratio
C, H, O, S
Carboxyl -COOH (O=C-O-H)
All of these are possible
An unsaturated fatty acid
A saturated fatty acid
It is a triglyceride fat
It is most likely liquid at room temperature
It is most likely a solid at room temperature
Only a & b
Only a & c
They are both fatty acids.
They are both saturated fatty acids.
The top one is an unsaturated fatty acid; the lower one is saturated.
The top one is a saturated fatty acid; the lower one is polyunsaturated.
They are both unsaturated fatty acids.
Provide stored energy reserves
Form a structural component of cell membranes & many tissues
A source of glucose, when broken down
A material from which hormones can be produced
Protection of internal organs, insulation beneath skin
It is an unsaturated fatty acid.
It is a saturated fatty acid.
It is a triglyceride fat.
It is a sterol.
Protein, phosphate, carbohydrate, lipid
Phosphate, glycerol, carbohydrate, fatty acids
Amino acid residue, phosphate group, glycerol, fatty acids
Fatty acids, phosphate, carbohydrate, hydrocarbon
Amino acid residue, fatty acid, glycerol, phosphate
Store energy for future nutritional leads
Make the cell wall in plant cells
Make insect exoskeletons
Form cell membranes in all eukaryotic cells
Form the basis of many hormones
All of the above
Only a & c