A macromolecule is a molecule made up of two or more smaller molecules.
A very large molecule such as a polymer or protein, consisting of many smaller structural units linked together. <- IRELLEVANT
Asked in Chemistry
Which element do all macromolecules have in common?
All macromolecules contain a monomer.
Asked in Acids and Bases, Macromolecules
What kind of macromolecules is made from amino acides?
which macromolecules are polymers made of nucleotides
What are the monomer subunits for each of the macromolecules?
Ummm... I'll take a stab at your non-question... proteins are the macromolecules. Amino acids are the subunits. OR nucleic acids are the macromolecules and nucleotides are the subunit. OR starches/polysaccharides are the macromolecules and sugars are the subunits... ...
Asked in Biology, Macromolecules
What breaks down macromolecules using digestive enzymes?
Lysosomes break down macromolecules.
Asked in Laboratory Testing, Microbiology
What macromolecules studied today are present in cells?
what macromolecules studied today are present in cells"
Asked in Biology, Genetics, Macromolecules
Which organelle is responsible for packaging and transporting macromolecules?
The Golgi apparatus packages and transports macromolecules.
Asked in Science, Biology, Evolution, Macromolecules
How do Macromolecules support the theory of evolution?
Insufficient information in the question. The meaning of "macromolecules" is ambiguous. ...