Fatty Acid Metabolism. Fatty Acid Metabolism. Why are fatty acids important to cells? fuel molecules stored as triacylglycerols building blocks phospholipids glycolipids precursors of hormones and other messengers used to target proteins to membrane sites. Fatty Acid Metabolism.
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Fatty acids and monoacylglcerols are absorbed across plasma membrane of intestinal epithelial cells.