lipid

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • These lipids can be found in all classes of living things, and are the largest group of natural products.
  • This "false sense of energy" results in more lipid being created than is needed.
  • An oil body is a lipid-containing structure found in plant cells.
  • He recently revealed in an interview that he began studying lipids primarily because they were difficult to study.
  • Since lipids have unique physical properties, they have been traditionally difficult to study.
  • In this condition not only the amount of lipids changes, but also the composition.
  • Blood pressure and lipids should however be treated like in any atherosclerotic condition.
  • The smaller lipid structure allowing for a more rapid path of energy production than glycolysis.
  • Squalene is one of the most common lipids produced by human skin cells.
  • These are lipids which take part in signaling within the brain, and must be produced within the brain itself.
  • This may be because the lipid content of early whale bones was too low.
  • This enzyme is necessary to break down certain lipids inside the cells.
  • They do not contain lipids since they are not surrounded by a membrane.
  • This species has been extensively studied in relationship to lipids.
  • These include, for example, lipids with a totally different basic chemical structure.
  • This process can also be used to determine whether or not lipids have denatured.
  • High digestibility of fish lipids means they can provide considerable usable energy.
  • Increased blood lipid levels also seem to follow fructose ingestion over time.
  • It has also been observed that individual lipid molecules rotate rapidly around their own axis.
  • Gotto is best known for his research into blood lipids.
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Meaning of lipid

  • noun An oily organic compound insoluble in water but soluble in organic solvents; essential structural component of living cells (along with proteins and carbohydrates)