Lipids are made up of a carboxyl group, and a
long chain of single bonded carbons.
Some lipids do have grease spots and some lipids do not have grease spots. The lipids that get them typically contain sphingosine or glycerol.
Lipids are hydrophobic. This quality means that they repel water rather than draw it in.
Water is polar, but lipids are nonpolar.
steroids... The steroids are a group of lipids with no fatty acids. This group includes cholesterol, Bile Salts, and steroid hormones (which includes sex hormones).
Lipids fuel your Aerobic System. EE
Lipids and Proteins.
That are the lipids. They have fatty acids and glucerols
The membrane of cells are formed by lipids and proteins. The structure of these membranes is built by special enzymes.
No, steroids belong to lipids, but not all lipids are steroids: eg. natural fats or oils are triglyceridic lipids, not steroidic lipids
That is the lipids. It is a good insulator.
The most common example is lipids.
What are all lipids?
yes, steriods is a form of lipids. lipids aresteroids, which have structures totally different from the other classes of lipids
lipids are fats
Yes lipids is another name for fats
Lipids are another name for fats. If you eat fatty foods, you will take in lipids.