Macromolecule composed of carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen atoms in the ratio of 1:2:1
Carbohydrates that are made by linking individual sugars together to form long chains
polysaccharide that stores glucose in plants
polysaccharide form in which animals store glucose on their bodies
polysaccharide that provides structural support for plants
organic molecules that do not dissolve in water
lipids that contain the maximum number of carbon hydrogen bonds possible
lipid that has carbon carbon double bonds at various points
many hormones are this type of lipid
your hair & muscles are made of these macromolecules
fibrous protein that forms at the matrix of your skin, ligaments, tendons, and bones
protein that increases the rate of the chemical reaction without being destroyed itself
humans use 20 different kinds of these building blocks of proteins
long chains of amino acids
macromolecules made up of long chains of small repeating subunits called nucleotides
five carbon sugar with a phosphate group attached to one side of the sugar ring and an organic base attached to the other side
the nucleic acid that stores hereditary information
energy molecule, whose energy can be used immediately by the cell without a series of chemical reactions
lipids or proteins that effect a change in other cell activities
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