Is an orange a macromolecule?
No. An orange is a fruit, not a molecule, though an orange does contain macromolecules.
No, ice is not a macromolecule.
Sucrose is not a macromolecule.
A macromolecule is just a molecule with a large number of atoms. A protein is an example of a macromolecule.
carbohydrate is a macromolecule of glycogen
a macromolecule is bigger
glucose is not a macromolecule
It is a protein and it is a macromolecule because it is found in red blood cells and holds oxygen
which macromolecule includes steriods
The scientists studied the element at macro molecular level. This is a sample sentence using the word macro-molecular.
what macromolecule does pasta and garlic have a lot of
Proteins are the macromolecule found in gelatin.
protien is macromolecule of aminoacids
Dopamine is NOT considered a macromolecule, as it is too small to be considered such.
Glucose is not a macromolecule. Glucose is a simple monosaccharide of molecular weight 180. A macromolecule has a high molecular weight and in excess of 100,000 million.
Cysteine is an amino acid, which is part of the macromolecule protein.
The basic sub-unit for macromolecule carbohydrate is glucose.
ATP is the macromolecule used by cells as their energy source.
yes my biology teacher said that starch is a macromolecule......in fact i am trying to do a project on it :-(
The four basic macromolecules are carbohydrates, proteins, nucleic acid, and lipids.
No, an oxygen atom is O but oxygen exists as a molecule O2. A macromolecule is a large one. An example of a macromolecule would be DNA or a protein or a polymer. Oxygen does not fit this category.
A function of a protein macromolecule is: Moving things in and out of cells. Transporting other molecules in the body Protein macromolecule makes up the connective tissue in tendons Moves things in and out of cells.
Sucrose contain only glucose and fructose; it is difficult to say that is a macromolecule. The chemical formula is C12H22O11.
The Four Macromolecule groups: * Polysaccharides (carbohydrates) * Proteins * Lipids * Nucleic acids have fun
No, lettuces are leaves of a plant and so they biological and living. A macromolecule is something like nylon or a diamond.
Ribose itself isn't a macromolecule, it's a monosaccharide (simple sugar). It's formula is C5H10O5.
Compounds that aren't macromolecules include water, glucose, and sodium chloride. In contrast, a protein is a macromolecule.
lipids store more energy in kcal/g than any other macromolecule
What is the type of macromolecule that makes up most of the membrane structure?
Yes, and it is also an example of an immense BIO-MOLECULE and it is also the largest BIO-macromolecule in existence.
Protein is a macromolecule found in chicken wings. In fact, protein is throughout a chicken because meat is a protein.
Macromolecule is the medical term meaning large molecule. Macromolecular means relating to a macromolecule.
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Is a polysaccharide
Arrange the following in order of size from smallest to largest polymer monomer carbon atom macromolecule?
Carbon atom, Monomer, Polymer, Macromolecule
Starch is an example of biological macromolecule carbohydrate. Nucleic acid is another type of macromolecule different from carbohydrates.
The organic macromolecule used for the long term energy storage in animals is triglyceride.
Yes, lipids are a macromolecule. Macromolucules are large molecules. The four bio-polymers macromolecules are lipids, nucleic acids, proteins and carbohydrates.
The organic macromolecule used for the long term energy storage in animals is triglyceride or fats.
The carboxyl group is classified as a radical (which does not mean the same thing in chemistry that it does in politics). It is part of a molecule, not an entire molecule, and not a macromolecule.
Yes, it is a protein.
Starch is a carbohydrate.
i believe it is a carbohydrate