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Phospholipids are unusual and important to cell structure because:

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Phospholipids are unusual and important to cell structure because:

A) they are part of DNA

B) they are found only in animals

C) they contain fatty acids

D) They have a polar and non-polar end

E) They are an important energy carrier molecule

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