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General Characteristics and Functions of Lipids Quiz

MCQ: Lipids are organic compounds, are:

  1. Insoluble in water
  2. Soluble in water
  3. Water loving
  4. Fat-soluble

A

Vitamin A: Chemistry, Functions and Disorders Quiz

MCQ: In animal's tissues, retinol is present as retinyl ester along with;

  1. Short chain of fatty acids
  2. Long chain of fatty acid
  3. A unit of fatty acid
  4. Specific fat-soluble enzymes

B

Classification and Distribution of Lipids Quiz

MCQ: Carboxylic acids with hydrocarbon side chains are termed as:

  1. Oils
  2. Fatty acids
  3. Nucleotides
  4. Inhibitor

B

Vitamin A: Chemistry, Functions and Disorders Quiz

MCQ: β-Carotenes are mainly found in:

  1. Animal foods
  2. Plant foods
  3. Human foods
  4. All of above

B

Eukaryotic Cell: Peroxisomes Quiz

MCQ: A single membrane cellular organelles or microbodies in eukaryotic cell are called as:

  1. Peroxisomes
  2. Lysosomes
  3. Vesicles
  4. Monomer

A