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Fats in the human body are absorbed through

a)

Lymph

b)

Phagocytes

c)

Monocytes

d)

Both (b) and (c)


Question ID - 3546 | Toppr Answer

Fats in the human body are absorbed through

a)

Lymph

b)

Phagocytes

c)

Monocytes

d)

Both (b) and (c)

1 Answer - 5876 Votes

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Answer Key : (a) -

(a)

Lymph.

Lymph is a colourless fluid containing specialised lymphocytes (B and T cells) which are responsible for the immune response of the body. Lymph is also an important carrier for nutrients and hormones, etc. Fats are absorbed by the lymph in the lacteals present in the intestinal villi



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