Simple lipid

 

Simple lipids yield derived lipids only on acid and alkaline hydrolysis and are generally not degradable by such hydrolyses. Simple lipids are as follows
 

Hydrocarbons- e.g. squalene

Fatty acid- e.g. palmitic acid

Lipid alcohol- e.g. cholesterol

Esters of lipid alcohol- e.g. cholesterol ester

Neutral fat- e.g. triglycerides

 

 

 

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