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WHAT HAPPENS TO THE F.A. WHEN YOU INTRODUCE A DOUBLE BOND TO THE MELTING POINT
THE MELTING POINT IS LOWERED DRAMTICALLY
EXPLAIN HIGH MELTING POINTS IN FATTY ACIDS
THE HIGHER THE MELTING POINT THE CLOSER THAY ARE PACKED TOGETEHER
UNSTATURATED FATS MELTING POINT
ARE LOWER THINK ABOUT VEG OIL
WHAT IS MENBRANE FLUIDITY
At lower temperature, a membrane containing a single phospholipid type undergoes transition to a crystalline state in which fatty acid tails are fully extended, packing is highly ordered, and van der Waals interactions between adjacent chains are maximal
F.A. STORAGE
IN TRI ACYLGLYCEROLS IN THE ADIPOCYTES
WHAT ARE WAXES
FORMED BY ESTERIFICATION OF LONG CHAINED ALCHOLS
WAXES USED IN
WATER REPELLENTS
WATER PROFFING
PREVENT DEHYDRATION AND WATER LOSS
WAXES SOULABLE ON INSOUABLE
COMPLETTELY INSOLUABLE IN WATER