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Biology Macromolecul

First month of school

QuestionAnswer
Independent Variable The thing being changed in the expiriment
Dependant Variable What youre recording during the expiriment
Control Group Group that stays the same
4 macromolecules Protiens, Monosaccharides, Polysaccharides, lipids
Protiens consists of polypeptide chains in 3d shape, made of amino acids (monomers)
What matches with (a) t
what matches with (c) g
What is science The study of the natural world
Inference a educated guess about something based on your observations
hypothesis a prediction about what is going to happen based on your inferences
Accuracy refers to how close the result of a measurement, calculation, of specification is to the correct standard.
Prescions Is weither or not repeated measurements under unchanged conditions show the same results.
macro= large
Which molecule is in everything carbon
biomolecule= macromolecule that makes up living things
Polymers are smaller subunits called monomers
Carbohydrates and lipids are made up of C,H,O
Main sorce of energy carbohydrates
Polysaccharides// poly means many
carbohydrates are used for..... structural purposes in plant cells
Polysaccharides can contain starches//potatoes, glycogen//liver, cellulose//algea
plants use celluse in.......... for strength and rigidity their cell walls
lipids are examples of.... fats, phospholipids, steroids
Which macromolecule is not soluble in water? lipids
What is the major functions of fats and oils? energy storage
phospholipids are the main componenet of what cell membraine
Sterroids= harmones
which fats are not good for you saturated fats
which fats are good for you unsaturated fats
What macromolecule is made out of C,H,O,P,N Nucleic acids
Polymers made from monomers are nucleic acids
which macromolecules have the function of storing&transmitting, and are found in cell huclease nucleic acids
dna stands for deoxyribonucleic acid which is a double helix shape
rna stands for ribonucleic acids
protiens contain C,H,O,N
definition of protiens polymers made of amino acids monomers
Independent Variable The thing being changed in the expiriment
Dependant Variable What youre recording during the expiriment
Control Group Group that stays the same
4 macromolecules Protiens, Monosaccharides, Polysaccharides, lipids
Protiens consists of polypeptide chains
What matches with (a) t
what matches with (c) g
What is science The study of the natural world
Inference a educated guess about something based on your observations
hypothesis a prediction about what is going to happen based on your inferences
Accuracy refers to how close the result of a measurement, calculation, of specification is to the correct standard.
Prescions Is weither or not repeated measurements under unchanged conditions show the same results.
macro= large
Which molecule is in everything carbon
biomolecule= macromolecule that makes up living things
Polymers are smaller subunits called monomers
Carbohydrates and lipids are made up of C,H,O
Main sorce of energy carbohydrates
Polysaccharides// poly means many
carbohydrates are used for..... structural purposes in plant cells
Polysaccharides can contain starches//potatoes, glycogen//liver, cellulose//algea
plants use celluse in.......... for strength and rigidity their cell walls
lipids are examples of.... fats, phospholipids, steroids
Which macromolecule is not soluble in water? lipids
What is the major functions of fats and oils? energy storage
phospholipids are the main componenet of what cell membraine
Sterroids= harmones
which fats are not good for you saturated fats
which fats are good for you unsaturated fats
What macromolecule is made out of C,H,O,P,N Nucleic acids
Polymers made from monomers are nucleic acids
which macromolecules have the function of storing&transmitting, and are found in cell huclease nucleic acids
dna stands for deoxyribonucleic acid which is a double helix shape
rna stands for ribonucleic acids
protiens contain C,H,O,N
definition of protiens polymers made of amino acids monomers
function of protein is determinded by what structure
Enzymes assist in chemical reactions
antibodies fight infections
transporters allow substances to go in and out of cells
what makes up muscle, tissue, and cells? Protiens
Glycerol comes from lipids
chemical reactions are required for life
organisms must obtain energy in order to preform...... chemical reactions during metabolism
reactants are elements or compoundes that enter into a chemical reaction
products are elements or compounds produced by a chemical reaction
enzymes are protiens that play essential roles in regulating chemical pathways , make materials that cells need, and release energy
the shape of enzymes fits the shape of its substrate like a key fits a lock
enzymes only work well at very specific ph levels and very specific temperatures
enzymes can be dentured at high temperatures and ph levels
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