Is DNA a carbohydrate a lipid a protein or a nucleic acid?
It is a nucleic acid. DNA stands for deoxyribonucleic acid.
is steroid a carbohydrate, protein lipid or nucleic acid
It is a nucleic acid.
Insulin is a protein.
RNA is a nucleic acid
Carbohydrate! gly = sugar
salt is a carbohydrate i think
RNA stands for Ribonucleic acid, so its a nucleic acid.
Sucrose(Table Sugar) is a carbohydrate...
Monosaccharides are carbohydrates.
carbohydrate, lipid, protein and nucleic acid
What are estrogens and testosterone classified as a protein carbohydrate lipid nucleic acid or starch?
hormones (peptides = protein)
skin is a layer of dead cells.
Carbohydrate lipid protein nucleic acid
DNA is considered a type of nucleic acid. These acids are polymeric macromolecules that are required for life. RNA, is another type of nucleic acid.
Glycogen is a protein (hormone) like insulin (differs in function), produced in pancreas.
Nucleic acid-Nucleotide Protein-Amino Acid Carbohydrate-Monosaccharide
Glycerol exist in all triglycerides - a class of lipids.
It's a carbohydrate, as it is a polymer of glucose molecules, which contain carbon, hydrogen and oxygen.
What type of macromolecule performs the following functions energy storage structure Is it a carbohydrate protein lipid or nucleic acid?
Carbohydrates and Lipids
Everywhere, carbon is the backbone of every macromolecule (protein, carbohydrate, lipid, nucleic acid) and hydrogen is the complement to a saturated carbon structure.
Carbohydrates & Lipid & Protein & Nucleic Acid
It is a lipid. It is not a protein since it is not a chain of amino acids; it is not a carbohydrate because it doesn't follow the formula CmH2nOn; and it is not a nucleic acid since it is not a chain of nucleotides.
Protein Carbohydrate Fatty Acid Nucleic Acid
Nucleotides are Nucleic Acids. They are the monomers(sub-units) of Nucleic Acids.
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protein, nucleic acid, lipid, and there is a fourth which is carbohydrates.
ice is water molecules and is inorganic.
A virus particle is composed of a nucleic acid that is surrounded by the capsid (which is the protective layer that is made out of protein). Some viruses can have lipid envelope however, not all viruses have a lipid envelope.
No, a nucleic acid is a nucleic acid. Nucleic acids are a class of macromolecules of their own.
Nature of the nucleic acid in the virion Symmetry of the protein shell Presence or absence of a lipid membrane Dimensions of the virion and capsid
The Four Macromolecules include Carbohydrate, Lipids, Nucleic acid, and Protein.
Large molecules with high molecular weight low solubility and complex organization. eg-protein nucleic acid lipid polysaccharide
No, DNA is a nucleic acid.
No, it's a lipid
No, RNA is a nucleic acid.
Which pair is unrelated to each other sugar- carbohydrates fat-lipid amino acid-protein starch-nucleic acid?
amino acids -proteins
The four biopolymer macromolecules are nucleic acids, proteins, carbohydrates and lipids. An example of a protein is myoglobin. Glucose is a carbohydrate, butter is an example of fat and DNA is a nucleic acid.
no, it is a nucleic acid. A nucleic acid is a component structure of DNA. This is totally unrelated to water. The answer is: water is a molecule of two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom. It is not a lipid.
it depends on what biomolecule it is.. for carbohydrates, the building block is glucose. for protein is lipid, for fats are glycerol and fatty acids and for nucleic acid are nucleotides..
Monosaccharides for sugar. Amino acids for protein. Nucleotides for nucleic acid. And lipid does not belong to the category of polymers.
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?
an amino acid is to a protein. ie starch is made of a chain of glucose with side branching. aa's combine to make a protein, to simplify things
No, cholesterol is a steroid and a lipid.