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I was doing a question about the role of micelles in lipid digestion and the mark scheme says this:
1.Micelles include bile salts and fatty acids;
2. Make the fatty acids (more) soluble in water;
3. Bring/release/carry fatty acids to cell/lining (of the ileum);
4. Maintain high(er) concentration of fatty acids to cell/lining (of the ileum);
5. Fatty acids (absorbed) by diffusion;

At the end it says to ignore references to monoglycerides. Does this mean that monoglycerides are not found in micelles? and micelles are only for fatty acids? because I thought they both formed micelles
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It is a phospholipid molecule
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