Like many organic compounds, the names of fatty acids such as omega-6 and omega-3 contain numbers that are used to describe the position of certain features of the molecule. In the case of omega fatty acids, the numbers 3 and 6 tell where the final carbon-carbon double bond is located. The numbers tell how many carbon-carbon bonds away from the carboxyl group this bond is.
Omega-6 fatty acids are generally regarded as unhealthy when eaten in larger quantities than omega-3 fatty acids because they interfere with the omega-3's functions in the body.
Only if it is organic grass fed beef. Most of that stuff you get from the feed lots has higher saturated fats and poor Omega3/Omega6 fatty acid ratios.
There are 20 different amino acids. They differ from one another because they all have different side chains.
There is one major difference regarding the structure of a phospholipid, and a triglyceride. The triglyceride is made of a glyceride molecule. Three lipids, called fatty acids, are bound to this molecule. Phospholipids also contain glyceride and fatty acids. However, instead of three fatty acids, they only have two. The third bound molecule is a phosphate.
There are several ways, some take longer, others work faster. faster: You can squeeze lemon on your skin, or place kiwi and cucumber on your body. It adds natural moisture. Also, you can wash your face in mineral water. The other way is eating various foods high in essential fatty-acids. These are almonds mangoes berries yoghurt green/herbal tea avocado fish (or omega3/omega6) and, lastly, Water
Amino acids differ depending on the group of atoms that occupy the "R" position (side chain).
Acids form salts, bust bases do not
Salts are the products of reactions between acids and bases.
They differ because they have different side chains.
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Acids change the properties of water when dissolved in water but bases do not.
Fatty acids are the building blocks of fats found in food and in the body of most organisms. They can differ in length and in degree of saturation.
they have different side chains
proteins can differ from one another in the number and sequence of amino acids
Its because of their peptide bonds.
order or sequence.... (:
No! They have similar function
The side groups.
Proteins differ each other in their amino acid composition and the number of amino acids that form it. Not all the proteins are the same, although they are all made up of amino acids. the sequence of amino acids is determined by the mRNA which is transcribed by DNA in the nucleus.
They differ from each other by the cognent that it is connected to.
in the R functional group
Order or sequence