Simple lipids, Biology

SIMPLE  LIPIDS

They are lipids formed of fatty acids and alcohol without any additional group. e.g. fats or true fats,wax,cutin, suberin.

Simple lipids are mainly of 2 types -

1. Neutral fat & oils        

2. Wax

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