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Hoffman Biology #2

electron part of the atom with a negative charge and circles the nucleus
proton part of the atom with a positive and is located in the nucleus
nucleic acid​ polymers made from nucleotides and consist of a sugar, a phosphate group and a nitrogen base
amino acid made from combinations of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and sulfur; chained in patterns to make proteins
protein built from amino acids to perform specific functions in an organism
fatty acid chain of hydrogen and carbon bonded to glycerol
lipid usually consist of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen; includes fats, oils and cholesterol
carbohydrate consist of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen; includes sugars and starches
valence electrons electrons in the outermost ring of an atom and determine how the atom will bond with other atoms
atom smallest unit of matter
Created by: juhoffman