Phospholipids are composed of phosphate and lipid molecules. While the phosphate molecules are soluble in water, lipid molecules are insoluble

Phospholipids are composed of phosphate and lipid molecules. While the phosphate molecules are soluble in water, lipid molecules are insoluble in water.
In which way does this combination of properties make phospholipids useful to a living cell?
A) It s in the formation of layers that are inelastic in nature.
B) It s in the formation of layers that are elastic in nature.
C) It s in the formation of layers that control the free flow of substances across cell membranes.
D)It s in the formation of layers that prevent the free flow of any substances across cell membranes.

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