Lipids and Fatty Acids Anusorn Cherdthong Ph D

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Lipids and Fatty Acids Anusorn Cherdthong, Ph. D 137748 Applied Biochemistry in Nutritional Science

Lipids and Fatty Acids Anusorn Cherdthong, Ph. D 137748 Applied Biochemistry in Nutritional Science Email: [email protected] ac. th E-learning: http: //ags. kku. ac. th/e. Learning/137748

Lipid nonpolar hydrophobic

Lipid nonpolar hydrophobic

Characteristics of Lipids v. Nonpolar v. Largely hydrophobic. (hydrophobic) insoluble in water but soluble

Characteristics of Lipids v. Nonpolar v. Largely hydrophobic. (hydrophobic) insoluble in water but soluble in non-polar organic solvents (such as hexane or ethanol application). v. Important component of the cell membrane (cell membrane). v. The nutrients. Provide energy source to the body. v. The soluble vitamins. Fat soluble such as Vitamin A, D, E and K.

Characteristics of Lipids (lipid) are organic compound composed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, essentially.

Characteristics of Lipids (lipid) are organic compound composed of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, essentially.

Characteristics of Lipids Amphiphile structure Open. Stax College (2013)

Characteristics of Lipids Amphiphile structure Open. Stax College (2013)

Characteristics of Lipids Bilayer Open. Stax College (2013)

Characteristics of Lipids Bilayer Open. Stax College (2013)

Chemistical process of lipid v. Saponification v. Halogenation v. Hydrogenation v. Racidity

Chemistical process of lipid v. Saponification v. Halogenation v. Hydrogenation v. Racidity

Classification of lipid simple Fat, oil Wax compound Phospholipid Glycolipid Lipoprotein derivative miscel Fatty

Classification of lipid simple Fat, oil Wax compound Phospholipid Glycolipid Lipoprotein derivative miscel Fatty acid Sterol Glycerol Terpene Icosanoid

Characteristics of fatty acid v. Consisted of carboxyl and hydrocarbon v. Depend on hydrocarbon

Characteristics of fatty acid v. Consisted of carboxyl and hydrocarbon v. Depend on hydrocarbon chain v. Cell membrane fond unsaturated FA v. Unsaturated FA: v. Ciss v. Tran v Addition halogen group

Ciss and trans structure Open. Stax College (2013)

Ciss and trans structure Open. Stax College (2013)

Classification of fatty acid v. Saturated fatty acids v. Unsaturated fatty acids v. Monounsaturated

Classification of fatty acid v. Saturated fatty acids v. Unsaturated fatty acids v. Monounsaturated fatty acids v. Polyunsaturated fatty acids) v. Eicosanoids v. Prostanoids v. Leukotrienes

Classification of fatty acid Base on requirement v. Non- essential fatty acid v. Plamatic,

Classification of fatty acid Base on requirement v. Non- essential fatty acid v. Plamatic, strearic acids v. Essential fatty acid v. Omega-3 fatty acid vlinolenic acid v. Eicosapentaenoic acid v. Docosahesaenoic acid v. Omega-6 fatty acid vlinoleic acid v arachidonic acid

Relation between FA Mc. Donald et al. (2011)

Relation between FA Mc. Donald et al. (2011)

Micelle Nelson and Cox (2000)

Micelle Nelson and Cox (2000)

Acylglyceride v. Monoacylglyceride v. Diacylglyceride v. Triacylglyceride

Acylglyceride v. Monoacylglyceride v. Diacylglyceride v. Triacylglyceride

Role of lipid and FA v. Energy source v. Vitamin soluble v. Nutrient storage

Role of lipid and FA v. Energy source v. Vitamin soluble v. Nutrient storage v. Prevent heat v. Structure cell membrane v. Substance of vitamin and hormone v. Blood clotting v. Emulsifying agents

Conclusion Characteristics of Lipids 1 3 2 Classification of lipid 3 Classification of FA

Conclusion Characteristics of Lipids 1 3 2 Classification of lipid 3 Classification of FA Role of lipid and FA

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