Answer to Question #33244 in Biochemistry for jimeck
An analysis of a lipid shows that it is made up of two fatty acids and a phosphate group, each bonded to a glycerol molecule. The molecule has a hydrophobic end and a hydrophilic end. Based on this information, what conclusion can you draw regarding this lipid?
We can claim that it is phospholipid, because only phospholipid has two phosphategroups and both hydrophilic and hydrofobic ends.
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