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fats are generally called tiracylglycerides,they are prominant in many boichemistry courses,The main biological functions of triacylglycerides include energy storage, acting a…s structural components of cell membranes and participating as important signaling membranes,"fat" (triacylglycerides) can also be reacted with a base in a soaponification reaction to produce soap...though if you use lard and sodium hydroxide to make soap i wouldn't try it out in the shower,it would be a bit harsh on the skin
Nutrients that don't contain any carbon atoms, such as water (H 2 O), table salt (NaCl), and phosphoric acid (H 3 PO 4 ).
Things such as oxygen and water are examples of inorganic nutrients. An example of an organic nutrient would be carbohydrates.
In general organic contains carbon molecules and/or those related to life. It is the chemistry of carbon containing compounds. Inorganic is everything else and gener…ally do not contain carbon (with some exceptions).
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Inorganic nutrients ---nutrients that lack carbon and regulate many chemical reactions in your body ---are called minerals.
Boron, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Sulfur
Any nutrient that is not created by living things, so minerals.
Water and salt for animals, CO2, nitrogen compounds, can be added for plants.
lipids(fats) carbohydrates, proteins, and vitamins are organic. Minerals and water are inorganic.
Minerals are neither animal nor vegetable, they are inorganic. Almost all foods contribute to a varied intake of essential minerals. Most minerals are easy to obtain in quanti…ties required by the body. Examples are iron, calcium, phosphorus, sodium, potassium, iodine, magnesium, zinc and copper.
The inorganic nutrients include water, sodium, potassium, chloride, calcium, phosphate, sulfate, magnesium, iron, copper, zinc, manganese, iodine, selenium, and molybdenum.
No, lipids are fatty acids and are considered to be an organic nutrient. Lipids are formed of long chains of carbon with mostly hydrogen atoms attached along the length. At on…e end they typically have a hydroxyl group that acts like an acid, and are usually attached to a carrier molecule such as a triglyceride at the other end.
No. There are many inorganic nutrients that we abolutely need. Magnesium, Calcium, Selenium, Chromium, all come to mind. There are many more....
Inorganic nutrients are essential in the growth of living things. Minerals are the best examples of inorganic nutrients.