Asked in Medication and DrugsOrganic ChemistrySteroidsAcids and Bases
Medication and Drugs
Acids and Bases
Glucose is to a starch as a. a steroid is to a lipid b. a nucleotide is to a nucleic acid c. an amino acid is to a protein d. a polypeptide is to an amino acid?
Asked in Biology, Chemistry, Genetics
Is nucleotide a carbohydrate lipid protein or nucleic acid?
What is the monomer of Nucleic acid Carbohydrate and Protein?
Asked in Acids and Bases
An amino acid is to a protein as what is to a nucleic acid?
Asked in Biochemistry, Macromolecules
What are the four basic macromolecules in the body and what are their subunits?
Carbohydrate: Monosaccharide e.g. glucose, fructose, galactose Disaccharide e.g. sucrose, lactose, maltose Polysaccharide e.g. starch, cellulose, glycogen Lipid: Glycerol Saturated fatty acid Unsaturated fatty acid Saturated lipid i.e. fat Unsaturated lipid i.e. oil Protein: Amino acid Dipeptide Polypeptide chain - primary protein structure Polypeptide helix or pleated sheet - secondary protein structure. Folded polypeptide chain - tertiary protein structure Joined folded polypeptide chains - quarternary protein structure (completed protein) Nucelid Acid: Nucleotide DNA RNA