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Honors Bio FRQ

Function of Lipids? Store energy
Monomers of Lipids? Glycerol and Fatty Acids
Polymers of Lipids? The lipid itself is a polymer
Function of Nucleic Acids? To store and transmit hereditary information.
Monomers of Nucleic Acids? Nucleotides
Polymers of Nucleic Acids? DNA and RNA
The function of Proteins? To regulate cell processes and to control the rate of reactions.
Monomers of Proteins? Amino Acids
Polymer of Proteins? Proteins (polypeptides)
Explain why Carbon can bond with many elements, including hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus, sulfur and nitrogen. It is difficult for Carbon to lose its 4 valence electrons, which makes it easier to share electrons with other elements.
Created by: Pokenic