1331. The membrane lipid hypothesis is given by :

A. Kidd & West
B. James Harrison
C. Raison & Lyons *
D. Graham & Patterson

1332. The essential fatty acids include :

A. Lecithin and choline
B. Eicosonoids and prostaglandins
C. Alpha-linolenic acid and linoleic acid *
D. Eicosonoids acid and doxosahexaenoic acid

1333. Eicosanoids perform all of the following functions except:

A. Influence blood clotting
B. Influence blood type *
C. Influence blood pressure
D. Influence inflammatory response

1334. The functioning Eicosanoids include :

A. Prostaglandins,Prostacyclins,thromboxanes,leukotrienes and Lipoxins. *
B. Cycloxygenase and lipoxygenase
C. Linoleic and Alph-linolenic acids
D. Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids.

1335. All of the following are symptoms of an essential fatty acid deficiency except :

A. Anemia
B. Infections
C. Skin rash
D. Loss of hearing *

1336. The three-carbon”Backbone” found in all triglycerides is called :

A. Glycerol *
B. Fatty acid
C. Acetic acid
D. Stearic acid

1337. Bile acids are made from:

A. Glucose
B. Cholesterol *
C. Vitamin A
D. Prostaglandins

1338. HDLs are synthesized in :

A. Blood
B. Liver *
C. Intestine
D. Pancrease

1339. In Eukaryotes fatty acid breakdown occurs in :

A. Mitochondrial matrix *
B. Cytosol
C. Cell membrane
D. Endoplasmic reticulum

1340. Glycine is present in :

A. Hemoglobin
B. Glutathione
C. Purines
D. Creatine
E. All of the above *