A phospholipid is basically glycerol molecule with two fatty acids and a phosphate group attached to it as substituent groups.
Lipids are largely known for their nonpolar character, especially with their long hydrocarbon chains.
A phospholipid is a _____.
A. nonpolar lipid molecule that is made amphipathic by the addition of a phosphate
B. polar lipid molecule that fully interacts with water
C. nonpolar lipid molecule that is made polar by the addition of a phosphate
D. polar lipid molecule that fully repels water
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