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Carbohydrates

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Organic compounds contain Carbon
If something is not organic than it is Inorganic
Four organic compounds necessary for life include Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, Nucleic acids
Individual subunits that bond together to create large compounds are called Monomers
Macromolecules are also known as Polymers
The process of bonding many subunits together is called Polymerization
Carbohydrates contain what elements Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen
Carbohydrates are always in the shape of a pentagon or a Hexagon
Carbohydrates include Sugar and starch
The monomer of carbohydrates is Monosaccharides
Carbohydrates form polymers in animals such as Glycogen
Carbohydrates form polymers in plant cell walls such as Cellulose
Carbohydrates form polymers in fungi cell walls such as Chitin
What biomolecule is used for short term energy Carbohydrates
Created by: dgood320