does the fat molecules' structure in mammals resemble more to archea or eubacteria?
Depends what you mean by resemble, personally I thinktey both look like fat globules.But fats are generally fatty acid glycerol ester - represented C-O-R |C-O-R |C-O-R Where R is a hydrocarbon chain - so for all it's on a totally different scale maybe a fat nolecule would look like eubacteria.Well, using that model of representation anyway.
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