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what is a carbohydrate? energy rich compound made up of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen.
what is a carbohydrates monomer? saccharide
what do carbohydrates provide? carbohydrates provide energy for the cell, and are components of some cell parts.
what are some examples of carbohydrates? starch, table sugar, pasta, rice.
what are nucleic acids? a complex organic substance, present in living cells, especially DNA or RNA whose molecules consists of many nucleotides linked in a long chain.
what is the monomer for nucleic acids? nucleotide
what is nucleic acids function? contain the instruction that cells need to carry out the function of life.
what is example of nucleic acids? DNA or RNA
what are lipids? energy rich compound made of carbon, hydrogen,oxygen
what is the monomer for lipids? fatter acids,glycerol
what is lipids function? lipids act as energy storage for the cell, and also make up most of the cell membrane.
what are some examples of lipids? fats oils and waxes
what are proteins? large molecules made of carbon,hydrogen,oxygen,nitrogen,and sulfur.
what is the monomer for proteins? amino acids
what is the function of proteins? regulate growth transport oxygen increase the rate of chemical reaction
what is an example of proteins? fish,meat, and beans
what can we eat for carbohydrates? fruits, vegetables, beans, dairy products
what is non-fiber? made up of starch, simple sugar, rice potatoes corn
what is complex sugars? green vegetables whole grains and foods made from them. sugar molecules
what is tryglyceride? an ester formed from glycerol and three fatter acid groups/carbon and fatty acids
what is LDL? low density lipoprotein
what is HDL? high density lipoprotein
proteins are made up of how many amino acids? 20 amino acids
what do complete proteins contain
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