Give three uses of fatty acids . - Science and Technology 2

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Give three uses of fatty acids.



  1. After being digested by the body and transferred to the cells, fatty acids are absorbed into the blood and are crucial for an individual's overall health.
  2. They generate a variety of hormones, including progesterone and testosterone.
  3. Fatty acids also make up the axonal coverings that surround the neurons.
Concept: Formation of ATP
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Redraw the flow-chart with corrections. Explain in brief the process of obtaining energy through oxidation of carbohydrates, lipids & proteins.

Fill in the blank and explain the statement

After complete oxidation of a glucose molecules, ---- --- --- number of ATP molecules are formed.

Write definition.

Aerobic respiration

Distinguish between

Aerobic and anaerobic respiration.

Write the correct option from the given multiple options.
We get from carbohydrates.

Write the correct option from the given multiple options.
Which of the following vitamin is necessary for synthesis of NADH2?
a) Vitamin B2
b) Vitamin B5
c) Vitamin C
d) Vitamin K

Where and in which forms the amino acids formed after digestion of food are used in the body?

Answer the following questions.

a) Why some living organisms have to perform anaerobic respiration?
b) Give examples of such living organisms.
c) What are the two steps of anaerobic respiration?

Choose the correct option.

Which step of Kreb's cycle operates substrate-level phosphorylation?

Fill in the blank with a suitable word.

In the prokaryotes ______ molecules of ATP are formed per molecule of glucose oxidised.

Fill in the blank with a suitable word.

F1- F0 particles participate in the synthesis of _______.

Fill in the blank with a suitable word.

During glycolysis ______ molecules of NADH+H+ are formed.

Answer the following question.

When and where does anaerobic respiration occur in man and yeast?

Answer the following question.

Why is less energy produced during anaerobic respiration than in aerobic respiration?

Answer the following question.

Which compound is the terminal electron acceptor in aerobic respiration?

Answer the following question.

Where is the respiration electron transport system located in a cell?

Answer the following question.

Write explanatory notes on Electron transport chain.

We get __________ energy from lipids.

Give scientific reason.

We feel tired after exercising.

Give scientific reason.

Some higher plants, animals and aerobic microorganisms also sometimes perform anaerobic respiration.

State two methods of cellular respiration.

Which amino acids are obtained after digestion of proteins?

Explain the use of fatty acids.

What are vitamins?

State six types of vitamins.

Write the importance of fibers in our diet.

During which of the following steps of glycolytic pathway ATP is directly formed?

  1. 3 - phospboglyceric acid to 2 phosphoglycerate
  2. Phosphoenolpyruvate to pyruvic acid
  3. 1, 3 - bisphosphoglyceric acid to 3 phosphoglycerate
  4. Fructose 1, 6 - bisphospbate to glyceraldehyde - 3 - phosphate

Identify the CORRECT way/s of Phosphorylation.

Read the following statements and select the CORRECT option.

Statement I: In oxidative phosphorylation ATP is synthesized by using the energy released during the oxidation of substrates like NADH+ H+ and FADH2.

Statement II: Substrate-level phosphorylation is a direct phosphorylation of ADP by transfer of a phosphate group from any suitable substrate.

Substrate level phosphorylation takes place in ______.

Identify the cell organelle that is responsible for extracting energy from carbohydrates to form ATP.

In glycolysis,____________ ATP molecules are formed directly.

Where does the oxidative phosphorylation occur?

The main purpose of respiration is to convert ______

What is fatty acid?

The common immediate source of energy in cellular activity is ______.

Which one is amino acid?


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