Which of these best describes the structure of lipids?
Lipids are built from building blocks called amino acids.
Lipids are composed of units containing a sugar molecule, a nitrogen-containing base, and a phosphate group.
Lipids are chains or rings of carbon atoms bonded to oxygen or hydrogen.
Lipids have a portion of the molecule that is water-soluble and a portion that is water-insoluble.
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