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2011-11-08 15:47:16
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No, they're all organic.


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Organic compounds that are basic to life include carbohydrates, fats and oils, proteins, enzymes, and nucleic acids.

organic compounds contain carbon atoms.the four main types of organic compouds areCarbohydrateslipidsproteinsnucleic acids

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Carbohydrates, Lipids, Proteins, and Nucleic AcidsMainly carbon (C).The four macromolecules are organic compounds. And all organic are carbon-based. Inorganic are metals and do not have carbon.

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lipids(fats) carbohydrates, proteins, and vitamins are organic. Minerals and water are inorganic.

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Nitrogen. Proteins are made from amino acids , Carbohydrates and fats are simple/complex hydrocarbon compounds.

Proteins, Carbohydrates and lipids are organic compounds and contain carbon atoms. Oxygen, Carbon and hydrogen are their basic elements.

The 4 organic compounds are as follow: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids

Carbohydrates are organic compounds made from sugars.Proteins are organic compounds made from amino acids.Fats are organic compounds of the class known as esters and made form the alcohol glycerol and three fatty acid chains.

Water is liquid H2o, a nutrient. Carbohydrates are compounds of H and C, a set of nutrients. Fats are like carbohydrates but they have O (keeping this very simple). Proteins are like carbohydrates but they also have O and N, and they hold special compounds. These are all nutrients.

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