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How many fatty acids does a triglyceride molecule have?
3
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What sort of bond does a fatty acid form with a glycerol molecule?
Ester
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What is a saturated fat?
Fatty acids contain as much hydrogen as they can
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DNA stands for deribonucleic acid?
False
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Atherosclerosis is also known as...
Hardening of the arteries
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What sort of bond does a fatty acid form with a glycerol molecule?

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Ester

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What is a saturated fat?

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DNA stands for deribonucleic acid?

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Atherosclerosis is also known as...

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Joshua Tuffnell

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The hardening of the arteries is arteriosclerosis, Atherosclerosis is more about a fatty build up under the endothelium, narrowing the lumen.

Ryan

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Competitive inhibition IS irreversible and yeah atherosclerosis is fatty build up not hardening; that's arteriosclerosis 

Eleanor

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DNA polymerase, does unzip the DNA strand in DNA semi-conservative replication?

Stacie Marks

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Others have pointed out the wrong answers.... 

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