Human Biology, 14 Edition

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ISBN 10: 1-25924-574-8
ISBN 13: 978-1-25924-574-9

Chapter 2 - Section 2.5 - Lipids - Biology Matters: 1

Answer

LDLs and HDLs are two parts of the whole makeup of lipoproteins in our body. If there is more of one kind, then there must be less of another. You cannot add another LDL without removing an HDL, and vice verse.

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LDLs and HDLs are two parts of the whole makeup of lipoproteins in our body. If there is more of one kind, then there must be less of another. You cannot add another LDL without removing an HDL, and vice verse.
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