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Lipids are found in almost all organisms. They are a group of compounds classified together due to similar physical properties. Lipids are soluble in fat and other oily solvents. Lipids in animals, plants, and bacteria form the cell membrane and are a source of energy.

Orten, J. M. and Otto W. Neuhaus. 1982. Human Biochemistry. Mosby Co. St. Louis. 984 pp.

Stedman, Thomas Lathrop. Stedman's Medical Dictionary. 24th edition. Baltimore: Williams and Wilkins, 1982.


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