Phospholipid

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Phospholipids are lipid molecules which have a&nbsp;[[Phosphate]] group attached. <br>  
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Phospholipids are lipid molecules which have a [[phosphate|phosphate]] group attached. <br>  
  
They are highly abundant in cell membranes, where they form a lipid bilayer, due to their&nbsp;[[Hydrophilic]] heads and&nbsp;<span style="text-decoration: underline;">[[Hydrophobic]]</span> tails.<br>
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They are highly abundant in [[cell membranes|cell membranes]], where they form a [[lipid bilayer|lipid bilayer]], due to their [[Hydrophilic|hydrophilic]] heads and [[Hydrophobic|h]]<u><span style="text-decoration: underline;">[[Hydrophobic|ydrophobic]]</span></u> tails.<br>

Revision as of 17:48, 9 November 2010

Phospholipids are lipid molecules which have a phosphate group attached.

They are highly abundant in cell membranes, where they form a lipid bilayer, due to their hydrophilic heads and hydrophobic tails.

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