Role of fat or lipids in metabolism, Biology


  • Made up of fatty acids & glycerol. Linked by ester bond.
  • Maximum quantity of energy is librated.
  • Helpful in temperature regulation. As stored food.
  • Component of cell membrane.
  • As steroid hormone.
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