the systematic name for lecithin
phosphatidylcholine phos·pha·ti·dyl·cho·line (fŏs’fə-tīd’l-kō’lēn’)
A phospholipid that is a major component of cellular membranes and functions in the transport of lipoproteins in tissues.
/ˌfɒsfətɪdaɪlˌɛθəˈnɒləmiːn/ noun 1. the systematic name for cephalin
phosphatidylglycerol phos·pha·ti·dyl·glyc·er·ol (fŏs’fə-tīd’l-glĭs’ə-rôl’, -rōl’) n. A phosphatidic acid that is a constituent in human amniotic fluid and is used as an indicator of fetal lung maturity when present in the last trimester of gestation.
/ˌfɒsfətɪdaɪlˈsɪəriːn/ noun 1. any of a class of phospholipids occurring in biological membranes and fats
[fos-fuh-tahyz] /ˈfɒs fəˌtaɪz/ verb (used with object), phosphatized, phosphatizing. 1. to treat with . 2. to change to . /ˈfɒsfəˌtaɪz/ verb 1. (transitive) to treat with a phosphate or phosphates, as by applying a fertilizer 2. to change or be changed into a phosphate