Fatty acid metabolism, Biology

Fatty Acid Metabolism

The body has a limited supply of glucose associative to the energy stored as fat. There are 3 sources of fatty acids for energy metabolism within animals; dietary triacylglycerols from meals, triacylglycerols synthesized within the liver during times while internal energy sources are abundant, and triacylglycerols store within adipocytes as lipid droplets.

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