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Question 1 (2.5 points) Question 1 Saved Liquid vegetable oils can be converted to solid fats such as margarine by Question 1 options: 1) hydrogenation. 2) hydrolysis. 3) hydration. 4) oxidation. 5) saponification. Save Question 2 (2.5 points) Question 2 Saved A triacylglycerol that is solid at room temperature is called a(n) Question 2 options: 1) terpene. 2) lecithin. 3) oil. 4) wax. 5) fat. Save Question 3 (2.5 points) Question 3 Saved Unsaturated fatty acids have lower melting points than saturated fatty acids because Question 3 options: 1) they have fewer hydrogen atoms. 2) they have more hydrogen atoms. 3) their molecules fit closely together. 4) the cis double bonds produce a shape that reduces contact between molecules. Save Question 4 (2.5 points) Question 4 Unsaved Cholesterol is a member of the ________ group of lipids. Question 4 options: 1) glycerophospholipid 2) steroid 3) prostaglandin 4) triacylglycerol 5) wax Save Question 5 (2.5 points) Question 5 Unsaved Which of the following is an example of an emulsion? Question 5 options: Paint Milk Jelly Pitch Asphalt Save Question 6 (2.5 points) Question 6 Unsaved _____ are lipids with four fused ring structures. Question 6 options: Sphingolipids Phospholipids Steroids Enzymes Gangliosides Save Question 7 (2.5 points) Question 7 Unsaved The ionic part of a lipid is hydrophobic and the nonpolar part is hydrophilic. Question 7 options: True False Save Question 8 (2.5 points) Question 8 Unsaved The most abundant saturated fatty acid contains 16 carbons and is known as: Question 8 options: lauric acid. myristic acid. palmitic acid. stearic acid. butyric acid. Save Question 9 (2.5 points) Question 9 Unsaved What type of lipid is shown below? lipid Question 9 options: steroid wax fatty acid tryacylgliceride Save Question 10 (2.5 points) Question 10 Unsaved What type of lipid is shown below? lipid Question 10 options: steroid wax fatty acid tryacylgliceride Save