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Chapter 3 units 3 and 4

Carbohydrates a class of molecules that are mode of sugars
Lipid a fat molecule that has the similar properties
Protein an compound made of one or more chains of amino acids
Amino acid a compound of a class of simple coumpounds
Nucleic acid a long chain of nucleotide units
Nucleotide a molecule made up of three parts
DNA the material that contains the information that determines inherited traits
RNA all living cells that plays a role in protein sythesis
ATP the main source for cell processes
Energy the capacity to do work
Reactant a substance or molecule that participates in a chemical reaction
Product a substance that forms in a chemical reaction
Enzyme a molecule that acts as a catalyst in reactions
Activation energy the minimum amount of energy required to start a chemical reaction
Active site the site that attaches to a substrate on an enzyme
Substrate the reactant in reactions catalyzed on an enzymes
Created by: Victoria718