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Adipose tissue acts as an insulator in the body. Why?
Adipose tissue acts as an insulator in the body due to its fat storage. Fat molecules are bad conductors and therefore do not allow the conduction of heat and in this way, they act as an insulator due to storage of fat molecules.
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