Name some lipids?
fatty acids, steroids
There are several classification that pertain to lipids. Some of these are simple lipids, compound lipids and derived lipids. Lipids are sterols, fats, waxes and fat-soluble vitamins.
Some lipids do have grease spots and some lipids do not have grease spots. The lipids that get them typically contain sphingosine or glycerol.
There is no nitrogen in lipids, however in some lipids phosphorous is present
lipids are fats
Foods that contain lipids are foods that contain fat. Lipids are fat. So technically nearly all foods contain some lipids. Apples even have lipids I believe.
Lipids can be used to store energy. Some lipids are important parts of biological membranes and water proof coverings.
Well, you have Lipids that do stuff and some that do some other stuff and some that if made out of stuff. :(
Proteins - feathers, skin, muscles... Proteins are the macromolecules that support and make your body grow. Lipids- Soap, wax, steroids, fatty acids... These allow the body to absorb vitamins and more. AKA- Fat
Lipids can be used to store energy. Some lipids are important parts of the biological membranes and waterproof covering.
The kinds of atoms lipids are made of are carbon and hydrogen. However, some lipids are also made up of oxygen atoms.
Some lipids are non-polar. But most are polar. :3
There are three elements in lipids, they are made mostly out of carbon, hydrogen, and some oxygen.
Some examples of fats and lipids are: butter, oils, fat off of pork and things.
Testing for Lipids Brown Paper Test - Lipids can be tested with a brown paper. If it evaporates after being dropped on the paper, lipids are not present. If transparent spots appear on the paper, lipids are present. Sudan IV Test - In the Sudan IV Test, dark red Sudan IV (a common dye) is added to a solution. If lipids are present, they will be dyed red.
Some common classes of lipids are fatty acids, tricacylglycerols, phospholipids, steroids and glycolipids
Some of the lipids the SER makes are steroids (estrogen, testosterone) and cholesterol.
Lipids contain Oxygen, Hydrogen and Carbon. Some even contain Phosphorus. Below are types of lipids. fats, waxes, steroids, monoglycerides, diglycerides, triglycerides and phospholipids.
There are many examples of types of lipids in a Cell membrane; one is phospolipids. phospholipids
OK lipids do not suck as answered previously....The compounds called lipids are grouped together because they share one important trait: They have little or no affinity for water. The hydrophobic behavior of lipids is based on their molecular structure. Although they may have some polar bonds associated with oxygen, lipids consist mostly of hydrocarbons. Smaller than true (polymeric) macromolecules, lipids are a highly varied group in both form and function. Lipids include waxes and certain… Read More
Some lipids act as an insulator, similar to the covering on an electrical cord. This is called a myelin sheath.
When discussing pure carbohydrates, lipids, and protein: Amino acids contain Nitrogen and some contain sulphur which are not found in the strictest definition of carbohydrates and lipids. However carbohydrates and lipids can also combine with amino acids to form compounds like glycoproteins and ceramides.
Lipids are an unsaturated fat; some lipids are important parts of cell structure or many parts of anybody.
Lips are energy rick organic compounds made of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen. Some kind of lipids are fat, oil and wax.
Lipids are a naturally occurring fat. Some fat is necessary for the body, but too much can cause obesity and other health problems.
chilomiron and VLDL and HDL and LDL are carriers for lipids however in some cases if there were small they could be absorbed from intestine
Lipids are fatty acids in the cells. Three important functions of lipids in living organisms are: storage of energy, components of some enzyme systems and provide structural components of cell membranes.
Lipids are another words for fats. Lots of foods have fat in them, and you do need to eat some fat in your diet. But unless you're on an extreme diet, you probably don't have to worry about not getting enough fat (lipids) in your diet.
The functions of lipids in the cell are: fat storage, part of cell membranes, and modulation of some cell activities.
Proteins, carbohydrates, fats (lipids)
I am going to answer this question based on what I believe the intention may be, and that is to loose weight. First of all, lipids are essential chemicals that are involved in all natural and healthy body processes. Limiting the absorption of lipids could have devastating effects on human health since most processes in the body are controlled by hormones, many of which contain lipids. Lipids are in the group of chemicals called fats… Read More
There are several possibilities, but carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen are definitely major players. Some categories of lipids contain nitrogen or phosphorus as well.
Sound it out... carbo hydr ate Carbon, hydrogen, Oxygen. Lipids are made of similar atoms, phosphorus is also present in some
some sort of fatty acid arrangement
lipids,proteins,and carbohydrates and nucleic acids
Lipids are important part of the diet because they are a source of high energy. Lipids are compounds that are commonly known as fat and oil.
Lipids are the main structural component in cell membranes. They form what is called a "phospholipid bilayer" which allows the passage of water and other essential materials into the cell and lets wastes out of the cell. Lipids also store energy and help absorb some vitamins.
The lipids are a heterogeneous group of compounds related to fatty acids. lipids are actually chemical name of fats(unsaturated fatty acids) or oils(saturated fatty acids) its uses are: they used to store energy as they contain double amount of energy than same amount of any carbohydrate(because they have higher proportion of C-H bonds and low proportion of oxygen) lipids are components of cellular membranes in the form of glycolipids and glycoproteins. act as water proof… Read More
Among other things lipids function as energy reserves, the basis for some hormones and vitamins, and are a critical component of our cellular membranes.
Lipids are a broad group of naturally occurring molecules which includes fats, waxes, sterols, fat-soluble vitamins (such as vitamins A, D, E and K), monoglycerides, diglycerides, phospholipids, and others. The main biological functions of lipids include energy storage, as structural components of cell membranes, and as important signaling molecules. Lipids may be broadly defined as hydrophobic or amphiphilic small molecules; the amphiphilic nature of some lipids allows them to form structures such as vesicles, liposomes… Read More
Lipids, carbohydrates, proteins and nucleic acids.
Some lipids can be manufactured in animal and bacterial cells in the smooth endoplasmic reticulum, which is a series of tubules and vesicles containing enzymes and is connected generally to rough endoplasmic reticulum
Lipids constitute a broad group of naturally occurring molecules that include fats, waxes, sterols, fat-soluble vitamins (such as vitamins A, D, E, and K), monoglycerides, diglycerides, triglycerides, phospholipids, and others. The main biological functions of lipids include energy storage, as structural components of cell membranes, and as important signaling molecules. Lipids may be broadly defined as hydrophobic or amphiphilic small molecules; the amphiphilic nature of some lipids allows them to form structures such as vesicles… Read More
lipids are fats found in food. some foods that contain lipids are cheese, cakes, butter, chips etc. they are broken down by pancreatic lipases in the small intestine and also bile salts which help to emulsify the fat. (bile salts act as a kind of detergent breaking the fats up into tiny droplets.)
Nitrogen. The general formula for amino acids is NH2CHRCOOH. The empirical formula for carbohydrates (sugars) is CX(H2O)X while generally lipids are made up of carbon, oxygen and hydrogen. Some lipids are known in include nitrogen or phosphorus in their structures.
Lipids comprise one of the 4 major organic molecules in the body. Some of their functions include: energy storage, regulate movement of substances in an out of the cell and for signal transduction.
first of all it's why are lipids good for you and i dont know try to find answers but you'll probably get some wierd stuff with long words that u dont understand so....there
protiens, nucleic acids, carbohydrates, and lipids
oils waxes fats. (hope i helped)
Oils steroids wax some vitamins
Sugars and proteins, which can, in some cases, be called lipids.