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Fat digestion and absorption in body fluids

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How are the resulting products of fat digestion absorbed into the body fluids?

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The outside of animal cells are known as the plasma membrane, also known as the lipid bilayer. The lipid bilayer acts as a barrier and keeps certain molecules inside the cell and other molecules out of the cell. There must be a way to get molecules into and out of the cell. The lipid bilayer does allow ...

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The outside of animal cells have a plasma membrane. The lipid bilayer acts as a barrier and keeps molecules inside the cell and other molecules out of the cell. Further information is discussed about fat digestion and absorption in body fluids.

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