Which of the following is a characteristic of the body's major types of adipose tissue?
a. Very little brown fat is found in adults, whereas more is seen in infants.
b. White adipose is especially important in infants as a moderator of temperature extremes.
c. The uncoupled reactions in brown and white adipose are the result of LPL-induced hydrolysis of ATP.
d. Among the three types of adipose, namely, white, yellow, and brown, the white adipocytes account for the greatest amount of heat expenditure.
e. White fat in adults is stored mostly around the neck and clavicles.