Fat globules (also known as mature lipid droplets) are individual pieces of intracellular fat in human cell. The main funvtion of the lipid globule is to store energy in the form of fat.
Cholesterol is a type of lipid just like fats. However, fats can be burned but cholesterol cannot be burned
Too much LDL ('bad') cholesterol in your bloodstream can form plaque on damaged artery walls. Once there is too much strain on the heart to pump blood then it leads to the onset of hypertension. Few studies suggests that it also affects the pancreas hence it can also lead to diabetes.
Hopanoids, which resemble sterols and are found in the membranes of diverse bacteria, have left an extensive molecular fossil record. They were first discovered by petroleum geologists.
Based on classification lipids have been divided into eight categories.
Low density lipoprotein sometimes known as bad cholesterol is linked to various heart diseases espcially strokes and heart attacks.
They both are lipids circulating in blood. Triglycerides are known to store fat whearse cholesterol is known to help in regulating certain hormones in the body.