Which of the following describes why phospholipids are better suited to forming the cell membrane than regular fats or steroids?
Their glycerol head allows them to bond easily with most other ...
Their phosphate group gives them a hydrophilic end.
Their three-pronged structure allows them to store large amounts of energy.
Their unique ringed structure provides them with the ability to regulate cell metabolism.
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