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Macromolecules

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Contain hydrogen, carbon, and oxygen Carbohydrates
general formula of carbohydrate molecules CH2O
Three types of Carbohydrates monosaccharides, disaccharides, polysaccharides
simplest form of carbohydrates monosaccharides
which carbohydrate are glucose, fructose monosaccharides
which carbohydrate are sucrose, lactose disaccharides
which carbohydrate includes glycogen polysaccharides
___ use carbohydrates as a primary energy source cells
store carbohydrates for later use glycogen and starch
diverse group of molecules that share a common physical property lipids
all of these are insoluble in water lipids
Lipids that contain phosphate groups and major component of cell membranes. phospholipids
composed of chains of 20 amino acids proteins
name the functions of proteins enzymes, antibodies, hormones, movement, transport
Created by: CountryMomma7