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What statement describes lipids rather than proteins and
carbohydrates?
They are not soluble in water.
They form globular structure called monoacylglycerols.
They are not fuel for cells and tissues.
They are not digested in small intestine.
They are converted into an emulsion in the intestine.
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What statement describes lipids rather than proteins and carbohydrates? They are not soluble in water. They form globular structure called monoacylglycerols. They are not fuel for cells and tissues. They are not digested in small intestine. They are converted into an emulsion in the intestine.

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