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. Sketch the general structure of a triglyceride. What are the components that go into making up a typical triglyceride?

Interpretation Introduction

Interpretation:

Interpret the structure of triglyceride and components of triglyceride.

Concept Introduction:

Triglyceride is a type of fat present in blood stream which gets produced from the conversion of calories into it. The triglycerides are present in fat cells. It is a form of an ester which get produced from the combination of glycerol and fatty acid.

Monoglycerides consists of glycerol and 1 fatty acid, diglycerides consists of glycerol and 2 fatty acids and triglycerides consists of glycerol and 3 fatty acid.

Explanation

Triglyceride consists of glycerol and fatty acid. The acid gets esterified with hydroxyl of glycerol to produce triglyceride. A glycerol molecule along with 3 fatty acid chain produces triglyceride...

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