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Lipids Carbohydrates Nucleic Acids Protein Name That Macromolecule!
100
Fats
What is are lipids?
100
Sugar
What are the building blocks of carbohydrates?
100
The storing of genetic information in DNA and RNA
What are nucleic acids important for?
100
All the time
How often are you making protein?
100
Carbohydrate
What is the macromolecule that is necessary for the construction of cells such as cellulose?
200
Storing energy
What does the body use lipids for?
200
Gives us lots of energy, and important for cell structure.
Why are carbohydrates important to life?
200
Nucleotides
What are nucleic acids made out of?
200
Protein Synthesis
What is the process by which proteins are created?
200
proteins
What is the macromolecule that has 4 structures, and folds?
300
A type of lipid that contains a phosphate group, and is essential for the cell membrane.
What is a phospholipid?
300
The breaking down of sugar molecules by adding water.
What is hydrolysis?
300
5-carbon sugar, phosphate functional group, and a nitrogenous base.
What are nucleotides made out of?
300
Peptide bonds
What kind of bonds are amino acids held together by?
300
lipid
What macromolecule is triglyceride?
400
A saturated fat is a when the tail is surrounded,or saturated by hydrogen. An unsaturated fat isn't like this.
What is the difference between a saturated and unsaturated fat?
400
2:1
What is the hydrogen to carbon/oxygen ratio?
400
Deoxyribose, Adenine, guanine, cytosine, and guanine.
What is the 5 carbon sugar in DNA, and the 4 nitrogenous bases in DNA?
400
DNA
What determines the order and number of amino acids in an acid chain?
400
Proteins
What is the macromolecule that is defined (individual) based on it's R group?
500
Cholesterol holds the phospholipids in place during warm or cold temperatures so the phospholipids can always regulate what passes in and out of the cells.
How does cholesterol maintain balance when it comes to what goes in and out of a cell?
500
Sugar molecules are surrounded by hydroxide, (OH-), which is polar, so it can for hydrogen bonds with water.
Why is it that sugar can be dissolved in water?
500
Adenine with Thymine, Cytosine with Guanine
They are held together by hydrogen bonds.
What nitrogenous bases bond together in DNA, and how?
500
The hydrogen bonds because different amino acids will be attracted to each other due to their polarity.
What determines how a protein folds and how?
500
Nucleic Acids
What is the macrocmolecule that is responsible for creation of proteins in certain ways?






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