Building Blocks of Lipids
Building Blocks of Carbohydrates
Building Blocks of Proteins
Building Blocks of Nucleic Acids
Organic Molecules are based on-
The type of Lipid that stores energy?
Scientific Name for a Double Sugar?
What mainly determines the function of a Protein?
What are the Four Biomolecules?
Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, and Nucleic Acids
Nucleic Acid is good for-
DNA and RNA.
Polarity In Lipids are-
A substance with more than two sugars is a-
What makes an Amino Acid unique?
What is the process of combining monosaccharides?
What is the Function of Genetic Material?
Blueprints of life and says how to make Proteins.
Lipids are made of which elements?
Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen
Carbohydrates are good for-
The Functions of Proteins are-
Transports Oxygen (O2), makes up muscles, and acts as hormones or enzymes.
How many Amino Acids are there?
What is the function of RNA to support the DNA?
Carries out the instruction from the DNA to the Cytoplasm.
Are Lipids Soluble in water?
Proportion of Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen that makes up Carbohydrates?
What are the Five Parts of Amino Acids?
Central carbon atom, a Carboxyl group, an Amino group, a Hydrogen group, and an "R" group
What are the Four Levels of Organizing a Protein?
Primary, secondary, tertiary, and quaternary.
What is the function of Adenosine triphosphate?
Single Nuclotide with two extra energy molecules.
Explain the Acronym CHONP
Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Phosphorus.
When more than two monomers are joined together they make-
What are the four levels of Organization to a protein's shape?
Amino acids, chain twists, different chains cominbed, chains fold over each other.
What are the Three Parts of a Nucleotide?
Sugar, base, and phosphate group.
What is it called when you add an H+ and OH- (H20) to break a bond?
Where can you find Carbohydrates?
In fruits, vegetables, and grains.
What is the function of a Lipid?
Insulation, retaining heat, cushioning, and protection.
What is it called when you remove an H+ and an OH- (H20) to break a bond?
What do fatty acids bond to?
What are Van der Waals forces?
Intermolecular forces of attraction; develops between oppositely charged atoms.