Compounds containing BOTH Carbon and Hydrogen
Compounds that do not contain both Carbon and Hydrogen (H2O, CO2).
Amino acids joined by peptide bonds which make up structures and carry out functions of an organism.
monomer of carbohydrates
monomer of proteins
glycerol and fatty acid
monomer of Lipids
store energy, comprise the cell membrane, insulation and padding
immediate source of energy for cells
structure for cells and energy storage.
CHONP - used for genetic information storage (DNA) and interpreting genetic info (RNA)
instructions for making proteins
assist in protein production
a single building block
many building blocks combined
chemical reaction where water is removed to combine two molecules
chemical reaction where water is added to split a molecule
any compound that forms H+ ions in solution (pH under 7)
Any compound that forms OH- ions in solution (pH over 7)
A reaction between an acid and a base resulting in salt and water
the measurement of how acidic or basic a substance is
A compound that changes color in the presence of an acid or a base
a region on an enzyme that binds to a substance during a reaction.
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