Lipids are a group of organic compounds produced by plants and animals that include fats, waxes, and oils.
Butter, vegetable oil, and bees wax are all examples of lipids. Plants store lipids in their seeds and animals store them in their skin. Humans actually use lipids in everyday things like lubricants and cleaners. Everyday soaps and detergents we use have lipids in them.
Function of the macromolecule in living things
Link to my “real life”
I use lipids every day when I use soap to shower and wash my hands. I also use them when I do my laundry.