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The fatty acid tails of a phospholipid are usually

A

hydrophilic and consist of two saturated fatty acid tails.

B

hydrophobic and consist of two saturated fatty acid tails.

C

hydrophobic and consist of two fatty acid tails, one that is saturated and another that is unsaturated.

D

hydrophilic and consist of two fatty acid tails, both that are unsaturated.

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