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Organic Compounds

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What macromolecule is made up of carbon, hydrogen & oxygen in a 1:2:1 ratio? carbohydrates
What macromolecule is made up of carbon, hydrogen & oxygen? lipids
What macromolecule is made up of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen? proteins
What macromolecules is made up of carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen and phosphate? nucleic acids
What macromolecule is made up of monosaccharides? carbohydrates
What does monosaccharide mean? one sugar
What macromolecule is made up of polysaccharides? carbohydrates
What does polysaccharide mean? many sugars
What macromolecule is made up of glycerol and fatty acids? lipids
What is the every day term for a lipid? fat
What macromolecule is made up of amino acids? proteins
What macromolecule is made of polypeptides? proteins
What macromolecule is made up of nucelotides? nucleic acids
Starch is an example of what macromolecule? carbohydrate
Glycogen is an example of what macromolecule? carbohydrate
Cholesterol is an example of what macromolecule? lipid
Earwax is an example of what macromolecule? lipid
What macromolecule stores energy for a long time? lipid
What macromolecule gives a quick burst of energy? carbohydrate
What macromolecule helps speed up chemical reactions? proteins
What macromolecule stores genetic information? nucleic acids
Created by: smhsbiology
 

 



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