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Chem4Kids Quiz: Lipids

Do you remember this concept from the beginning of the quiz? The structure of the cell membrane is called a lipid bilayer. There are two layers of phospholipid molecules. The molecule heads face out and the tails meet in the middle. You will also find proteins floating in the bilayer. We keep mentioning the phospholipids bilayer because you will encounter in throughout most of life science studies.

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