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Frederick A. Bettelheim + 4 others
Publisher: Cengage Learning
ISBN: 9781285869759

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21-41 How does the serum cholesterol level control both cholesterol synthesis in the liver and LDL uptake?

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Chapter 21 Solutions

Introduction to General, Organic and Biochemistry
Ch. 21 - 21-11 Predict the order of the melting points of...Ch. 21 - 21-12 Look at Table 21-1. Which animal fat has the...Ch. 21 - 21-13 Rank the following in order of increasing...Ch. 21 - 21-14 How many moles of H2 are used up in the...Ch. 21 - 21-15 Name the products of the saponification of...Ch. 21 - 21-16 Using the equation in Section 21-3G as a...Ch. 21 - 21-17 What are the main types of comp1ex lipids,...Ch. 21 - 21-18 Which portion of the phosphatidylinositol...Ch. 21 - 21-19 How do the unsaturated fatty acids of the...Ch. 21 - 21-20 Which type of lipid molecule is most likely...Ch. 21 - 21-21 What is the difference between an integral...Ch. 21 - 21-22 How do the gap junctions prevent the passage...Ch. 21 - 2 1-23 How does the anion transporter provide a...Ch. 21 - 21-24 In what sense is the active transport of K+...Ch. 21 - 21-25 List three functions of membrane proteins.Ch. 21 - 21-26 Which glycerophospholipid has the most polar...Ch. 21 - 2 1-27 Draw the structure of a...Ch. 21 - 21-2H Among the glycerophospholipids containing...Ch. 21 - 21-29 Name all the groups of complex lipids that...Ch. 21 - 21-30 Are the various phospholipids randomly...Ch. 21 - 21-31 Enumerate the functional groups that...Ch. 21 - 21-32 Cholesterol has a fused four-ring steroid...Ch. 21 - 21-33 Where can pure cholesterol crystals be found...Ch. 21 - 21-34 (a) Find all of the carbon stereocenters in...Ch. 21 - 21-35 Look at the structures of cholesterol and...Ch. 21 - 21-36 What makes LDL soluble in blood plasma?Ch. 21 - 21-37 How does LDL deliver its cholesterol to the...Ch. 21 - 21-38 How does lovastatin reduce the severity of...Ch. 21 - 21-39 How does VLDL become LDL?Ch. 21 - 21-40 How does HDL deliver its cholesteryl esters...Ch. 21 - 21-41 How does the serum cholesterol level control...Ch. 21 - 21-42 What physiological functions are associated...Ch. 21 - 21-43 Estradiol in the body is synthesized...Ch. 21 - 21-44 Describe the difference in structure between...Ch. 21 - 21-45 Considering that RU486 can bind to the...Ch. 21 - 21-46 (a) How does the structure of RU486 resemble...Ch. 21 - 21-47 What are the structural features common to...Ch. 21 - 21-48 List all of the functional groups that make...Ch. 21 - 21-49 Explain how the constant elimination of bile...Ch. 21 - 21-50 What is the basic structural difference...Ch. 21 - 21-51 Find and name all of the functional groups...Ch. 21 - 21-52 What are the chemical and physiological...Ch. 21 - 21-53 How does aspirin, an anti-inflammatory drug,...Ch. 21 - 21-54 (Chemical Connections 21A) What do plants...Ch. 21 - 21-55 (Chemical Connections 21A) What makes waxes...Ch. 21 - 21-56 (Chemical Connections 21B) Compare the...Ch. 21 - 21-57 (Chemical Connections 21B) Identify the...Ch. 21 - 21-58 (Chemical Connections 21C) How does the oral...Ch. 21 - 21-59 (Chemical Connections 21C) In what ways do...Ch. 21 - 21-60 (Chemical Connections 21C) Why were Mark...Ch. 21 - 21-61 (Chemical Connections 21D) What is the role...Ch. 21 - 21-62 (Chemical Connections 21E) How does...Ch. 21 - 21-63 (Chemical Connections 21E) How does...Ch. 21 - 21-64 (Chemical Connections 21E) What kind of...Ch. 21 - 21-65 (Chemical Connections 21E) Steroids prevent...Ch. 21 - 21-66 (Chemical Connections 21F) Define omega-3...Ch. 21 - 21-67 (Chemical Connections 21F) Why is very...Ch. 21 - 21-68 What is the role of taurine in lipid...Ch. 21 - 21-69 Draw a schematic diagram of a lipid bilayer....Ch. 21 - 21-70 How many different triglycerides can you...Ch. 21 - 21-71 Prostaglandins have a five-membered ring...Ch. 21 - 21-72 Which lipoprotein is instrumental in...Ch. 21 - 21-73 What are coated pits? What is their...Ch. 21 - 21-74 What are the constituents of sphingomyelin?Ch. 21 - 21-75 (Chemical Connections 21B) What is the...Ch. 21 - 21-76 Which part of LDL interacts with the LDL...Ch. 21 - 21-77 What is the major difference between...Ch. 21 - 21-78 (Chemical Connections 21E) The...Ch. 21 - 21-79 How many grams of H2 are needed to saturate...Ch. 21 - 21-80 Prednisolone is the synthetic glucocorticoid...Ch. 21 - 21-81 You have just isolated a pure lipid that...Ch. 21 - 21-82 Suggest a reason why the same protein system...Ch. 21 - 21-83 Do all proteins associated with membranes...Ch. 21 - 21-84 In the preparation of sauces that involve...Ch. 21 - 21-85 Which of the following statements is (are)...Ch. 21 - 21-86 Suggest a reason why animals that live in...Ch. 21 - 21-87 Which statements are consistent with the...Ch. 21 - 21-88 Suggest a reason why the cell membranes of...Ch. 21 - 21-89 Lipids and carbohydrates are both vehicles...Ch. 21 - 21-90 To what extent do lipids and carbohydrates...Ch. 21 - 21-91 Which substances would you expect to consist...Ch. 21 - 21-92 To what extent would you expect to find the...Ch. 21 - 21-93 Sports drinks tend to contain large amounts...Ch. 21 - 21-94 Which of the following foods consist...Ch. 21 - 21-95 The ester bonds in lipids do not give rise...Ch. 21 - 21-96 Given the structural differences between...Ch. 21 - 21-97 What are stem cells (Hint: See Chapter 31),...Ch. 21 - 21-98 What is the reported link between...Ch. 21 - 21-99 Some of the lipid molecules that occur in...Ch. 21 - 21-100 What are the functions of a cell membrane?...Ch. 21 - 21-101 Glycerophospholipids tend to have both a...Ch. 21 - 21-102 Leukotrienes differ from prostaglandins and...

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