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2015-11-02T09:00:19+05:30

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--Lipids are used for energy storage in animals in form of fats. (Oils in plants)
--Lipids Acts as an heat insulator to reduce heat loss.(In form of fats)
--Lipids Gives the body buoyancy aa they are less dense than water.
--Lipids are small molecules insoluble in water, they are excellent candidates for signalling. Hence, they are the chemical messengers in our body.

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2015-11-02T09:34:32+05:30

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Lipids functions:-
Lipids —Generic name, may include lipoproteins, phospholipids, etc.

* Energy storage, mobilization, and utilization.

* Cell differentiation and growth.  

* Cell membrane structure, myelination

*  Signal transmission  and Hormone synthesis.
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