What is the function of a protein?
transport substances, speed up reactions,
store and transmit genetic info
what is the function of a Nucleic Acid?
(proteins) made up of 20 different . Which are held by a
Examples (proteins) . Examples of Nucleic Acids are
(proteins) The secondary structure has 2 different shapes called a . (nucleic acids) Type of nucleotide with 3 phosphate groups is called . It is a storehouse of chemical energy. It is released when the bond between the and phosphate
the function of carbohydrates is that it's the primary source of energy and has structural support.
The function of lipids is to store energy, structural support
(carbs) Disaccharides are made up of . Polysaccharides are made up of . Lipids are composed of , , and .
Example of a monosaccharide is . An example of a disaccharide is . An ex. of a polysaccharide is .
saturated fats have tail chains with only bonds between carbon atoms. Lipids that have at least between carbon atoms in the tail are called .
What does cellulose do?
provides structural support
provides genetic info
Why are phospholipids important?
they make up cell membranes
they make up structure
they make up the energy storage for energy
What are two examples of steroid lipids?