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EOC def 2.01

TermDefinition
organic compound naturally occurring substances containing carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and oxygen
carbohydrates also a polysaccharide, main source of energy for humans
carbohydrate examples cellulose and starch in plants, glycogen in animal liver
polymer carbohydrate monomer sugar
glucose C6H12O6 sugar
lipid long term energy source
polymer lipid monomer fatty acid
lipid examples fats, oils, and waxes
protien polypeptide, used for growth and repair to speed up chemical reactions, and fight disease
protein examples muscle, enzyme,antibodies
polymer protein monomer amino acid
nucleic acid stores genetic info
polymer nucleic acid monomer nucleotide
nucleotide sugar,phosphate,base
nucleic acids example dna,rna,atp
Created by: kgwilke