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Biomolecules

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valerie gutierrez

on 10 March 2016

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Transcript of Biomolecules

Protein
builds muscle
enzymes are made of protein
genes code for protein
linear arrangement of amino acids in the polypeptide chain
consist of carbon hydrogen oxygen and nitrogen
Lipids
Carbohydrates
Carbohydrates
Protein
Lipids
Which biomolecule builds the cell wall?
What are the monomers of the four biomolecules?
What biomolecule work as long-term storage?
The 4 Biomolecules
Questions
Biomolecules

Nucleic acid
Nucleic Acids
short term energy storage
provides energy for metabolism
5 carbon ring structure
includes carbon hydrogen and oxygen
Long term energy storage
and insulation
also known as fatty acids
long chains with mostly carbon and hydrogen
also consist of oxygen

codes genetic information
examples can be DNA and RNA
can also be called Nucleotides
includes Carbon, Hydrogen, Oxygen, and Phosphate
What biomolecule
has a 5-carbon ring structure?
Which biomolecule works as short-term storage?
Valerie Gutierrez, Leslie Vasquez and Joanna Saucedo
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