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1) carbon, nitrogen,hydrogen,oxygen,phosphorous and sulfur.
phosphorous = 1%
sulfur +other elements= 2%
4 COMMON COMPLEX MOLECULES:
* Nucleic acid
IMPORTANCE OF MACROMOLECULES
Proteins are probably the most versatile of all the
organic molecules, making up many structures and executing various
functions within organisms. Building blocks called amino acids make up
they are the instant source of energy for living organisms. All the living organisms require carbohydrates for their body functions to be performed. they store carbohydrates in the form of starch (plants) and glycogen(animals).
better known as fats, come in different forms in your body and contain
the most energy of all the organic compounds. When your body burns
lipids for fuel, you get more energy than if you burned the other
organic molecules. In your body, fats perform many functions, taking the
form of phospholipids and cholesterol, both important components of
cell membranes; waxes that provide plants and animals with a protective
layer; hormones that signal different functions in your body; vitamins
that aid in different cell functions; and steroids, which are important
in a number of physiological processes. Fats from animals tend to be
more viscous than fats from plants.
The nucleic acids are DNA and RNA, or
deoxyribonucleic acid and ribonucleic acid, respectively. They make the
proteins that are present in almost every structure and perform almost
every function in your body.
3) we can get these macromolecules through diet except the nucleic acid because they are also hereditary material and transfers from generation to generation through reproduction.
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