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4 Organic Macromolecules Protein, Lipid(fats), carbohydrate, nucleic acid Nucleic Acid a macromolecule that carries the instructions for your body
Monomer One identical compound that can be linked together Monosaccharide the monomer for carbohydrates
Polymer many monomers bonded together Amino Acid the monomer for Proteins
Carbohydrate gives energy Fatty Acid The monomer for Lipids
Protein builds & maintains your body Nucleotide the monomer for Nucleic Acids
Organic Compound any compound that contains carbon
Lipid stores energy, protects organs, transports & stores vitamins
Macromolecules large molecules/compound formed by puttting small compounds together
Created by: Valdezvivi95