Macromolecules

  1. What elements make up carbohydrates?
    1.
    2.
    3.
    • 1. Carbon
    • 2. Hydrogen
    • 3. Oxygen
  2. What elements make up lipids?
    1.
    2.
    3.
    • 1. Carbon
    • 2. Hydrogen
    • 3. Oxygen
  3. What elements make up proteins?
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    • 1. Carbon
    • 2. Hydrogen
    • 3. Oxygen
    • 4. Nitrogen
  4. What elements make up nucleic acid?
    1.
    2.
    3.
    4.
    5.
    • 1. Carbon
    • 2. Hydrogen 
    • 3. Oxygen
    • 4. Nitrogen
    • 5. Phosphorus
  5. Name 1 monomer for carbohydrates.
    Monosaccharides
  6. Name 2 monomers for lipids.
    1.
    2.
    • 1. Lysaraul
    • 2. Fatty Acids
  7. Name 1 monomer for protein.
    Amino Acid
  8. Name 1 monomer for nucleic acid.
    Nucleotide
  9. What is the importance of carbohydrates?
    Good for high quick energy
  10. What is the importance of lipids?
    • Insulation
    • Long term energy 
    • Make up cell membrane (phosical lipid bylayer)
  11. What is the importance of proteins?
    • Good for Muscle Building 
    • Works in the immune system
    • Acts as enzymes
    • DNA codes for proteins are very important for structure and function in the body
  12. What is the importance of nucleic acid?
    • DNA and RNA (includes/considering DNA and RNA)
    • Involved in the genetic coding of your traits
  13. What are some food examples for carbohydrates?
    Pasta and Bread
  14. What are some food examples for lipids?
    • Butter
    • Oil
    • Cholestraul
  15. What are some food examples for proteins?
    • Meats
    • Beans
    • Power Bars
  16. What are some food examples for nucleic acid?
    Found in a lot of food/ Any type of life (plants and animals- Ex. strawberries)
  17. What is the ratio for carbohydrates?
    • 1:2:1
    • C:H:O
  18. What is the ratio for lipids?
    1:2:1
  19. What is the ratio for protein?
    No reliable ratio
  20. What is the ratio for nucleic acid?
    No reliable ratio
  21. What is an example of monosaccharides?
    Glactose
  22. What is an example of glycerol and fatty acids?
    Vegetables
  23. What is an example of nucleic acid?
    Yeast extract
  24. What are the polymers for carbohydrates?
    Give an example of it.
    • Polycarbonate and polysaccharide
    • -starch
  25. What are the polymers for lipids?
    Give an example of it.
    • Triacylglycerose
    • -lean meat
  26. What are the polymers for nucleic acid?
    Give an example of it.
    • Polynucleotide 
    • -DNA and rna
  27. What are the polymers for protein?
    Give an example of it.
    • Polypeptide
    • -Amalin
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Macromolecules
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