Description of What is Lipids in Biology Explain what a lipid is and give several examples, must be written just as a description of the lipid and not 1st person.
Lipids are a group of biological molecules that include fats, oils and some steroids. They are built from fatty acids bonded to a wide range of other compounds.
Their importance in the biological world is immense. They fill a number of important roles in the cells of all of Earth’s organisms. Of the four molecules of life, lipids arguably have the greatest variation in their basic structure and are far more difficult to define than proteins, carbohydrate and nucleic acids.