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Lipids are a group of molecules that can be divided into five major subgroups based on their structure and function in the body. Give the specific name to each of the following lipid subgroups:

a.) ___________________________: long chain hydrocarbons with a carboxyl groups, parts of Triglycerides and phospholipids

b.) ____________________________: critical mediators of immune response

c.) ____________________________: fat and oil in food and body

d.) ____________________________: contain lipid hormones and cholesterols

e.) ____________________________: major component of cell membranes

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