All other cells in the body are called Somatic cells.
What are germ cells?
The founding cells of all sexually reproducing organisms are known as germ cells. They are separated from the embryo's other somatic cells during development. Germ cells grow at the edge of the embryo proper in many animals before moving through a number of developing somatic tissues on their way to the developing gonad.
What are somatic cells ?
Any cell in the body that is not a gamete (egg or sperm), a germ cell (cell that develops into a gamete), or a stem cell is referred to as a somatic cell. Somatic cells are essentially any cells that make up an organism's body and are not directly utilised to create a new creature during reproduction.
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Glycerophospholipids are known as the class of lipids which are found extensively in the biological membrane. They are usually consisting two regions of lipids which provide structure to the lipid bilayer in which the hydrophilic heads (polar) attaching outside to the cell and the hydrophobic tails (non-polar) pointing insides to the cell membrane.
Glycerophospholipids helps to provide permeability and fluidity to the membrane and also helps in the programmed cell death, and modulation of actions of membrane-bound enzymes.