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Macromolecules and their monomers

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Macromolecules and their monomers Tuesday, September 28, 2021 5:55 PM Macromolecules and their monomers Macromolecule Monomer Name of bond(s) Functions Unique functional groups Proteins Amino acids Covalent peptide bonds - Can act as an enzyme and speed up reactions in your body Nitrogen- amino group Hydryl- carboxylic acid group Lipids NO MONOMER Fatty acids covalent - Hormones - Steroid production - Energy - Cell membrane - Phosphate group Nucleic Acids nucleotides Carbohydrates monosaccharides - Covalent bonds - Make up DNA Phosphate group, a (within the and RNA sugar (deoxyribose nucleic acids - Store genetic DNA or ribose on either side information RNA), and some of strands of sort of nitrogenous DNA) base - Hydrogen bonds (between complementar y nucleotides in the center) covalent - Storage of energy - Structural support Lots of hydroxyl and carbonyl groups p a e s energy - Structural support organism Structural polysaccharide Storage polysaccharide plants cellulose Animals and fungi chitin starch glycogen and carbonyl groups Name: Description: ...
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