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long organic molecules that contain instructions needed to carry out life functions nucleic acids
DNA and RNA are examples of this compound nucleic acids
type of nucleic acid involved in the production of proteins RNA
two or more elements chemically combined compound
type of nucleic acid that stores information and is passed from parent to offspring DNA
small molecules that combine to form proteins amino acids
type of protein that speeds up chemical reactions enzyme
any substance that cannot be broken down into simpler substances element
energy-rich organic compound, example: sugars and starches carbohydrate
large organic molecule used in building blocks for many cell structures protein
meat, eggs, fish, nuts are examples of this compound protein
energy rich organic compound, example: fats, oils, waxes lipid
Created by: Mrs. Birkemose