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Section 1

(28 cards)

protein structure

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main function of carbohydrates

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provide energy cells (short term)

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nucleic acid structure

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Back

polymer of proteins

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polypeptides

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carbohydrate structure

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Back

monomer of nucleic acids

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nucleotides

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lipid structure

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Back

other functions for nucleic acids

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energy currency molecule for the cell - ATP

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other functions for proteins

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enzymes to reduce activation energy for chemical reactions, energy for cell, and immunity

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main function of nucleic acids

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store and transmit genetic information

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atoms that make up proteins

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carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, sulfur

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polymer of nucleic acids

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DNA and RNA

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other functions of lipids

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phospholipids for cell membranes, waxes, cholesterol, and triglycerides

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polymer of lipids

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fatty acid chains

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other functions of carbohydrates

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structural support for cell walls, cellulose for plants, chitin for fungi, and exoskeleton for insects

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monomer of lipids

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fatty acids and steroids (not sure about steroids)

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nucleic acid structure

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lipid structure

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monomer of carbohydrates

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monosaccharides (glucose or fructose)

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main function of lipids

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stores energy for cells (long term)

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atoms that make up nucleic acids

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carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus

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main function of proteins

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structural support

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atoms that make up carbohydrates

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carbon, hydrogen, oxygen

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monomer of protein

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amino acid

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atoms that make up lipids

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carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, phosphorus

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protein structure

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polymer of carbohydrates

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polysaccharides (starch, cellulose and glycogen)

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carbohydrate structure

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