Phospholipids are the most abundant type of lipid found in the membrane. Phospholipids are made up of two layers, the outer and inner layers. The inside layer is made of hydrophobic fatty acid tails, while the outer layer is made up of hydrophilic polar heads that are pointed toward the water

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