Actin filaments and microtubules.
They are nucleic acids. RNA is another one
Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen
Carbon is considered the building block of life and makes up macromolecules. Nitrogen, oxygen and hydrogen are the other 3 key building blocks.
Macromolecules do almost everything in your system. They include groups like carbohydrates, nucleic acids, lipids, and proteins. They are what makes up the human body and keeps it going.
Organic macromolecules are made of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen mainly and after that nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur comes. e.g. protein, carbohydrates, fats, lipids etc.
They are called monomers. They build up polymers
Proteins are made up of amino acids. They form long chains.
Lipids or fats are the class of macromolecules made up of fatty acids and glycerol. N, P, C, H, O are the elements that makes them. Lipids has a basic characteristic where it has a hydrophilic head and hydrophobic tail (fatty acid).
Yes polymer are macromolecules
Honey hasn't macromolecules.
How are macromolecules assembled and disassembled
Yes, triglycerides are macromolecules.
None .steroids are nor macromolecules .
Carbs; Simple Sugars. Lipids; Fatty Acids. Protein; Amino Acids. Nucleic Acid; Nucleotides.
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...
of the choices: proteins starches nucleotides lipids nucleotides are not macromolecules
Actually, macromolecules contain Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen
Macromolecules are also known as Polymer Molecules.
it like when the macromolecules are like degrade like that or something
Complex carbohydrates (starch), proteins, and fats are macromolecules.
All macromolecules contain a monomer.
Describe the characteristics that distinguish nucleic acids from the other major groups of macromolecules?
- Presence of Pyrimidine and Purine - Nucleic acids store and transmit genetic information that makes them different from other macromolecules. - Nucleic acids contain ribose and deoxyribose sugar connected with bases. - Nucleotides are joined by covalent bonds called Phosphodiester.
which macromolecules are polymers made of nucleotides
There are four macromolecules: carbohydrates, lipids, protiens, and nucleic acid.
The types of macromolecules are carbohydrates, lipids, proteins and nucleic acids.
All enzymes are macromolecules called proteins.
Common macromolecules include proteins, carbohydrates and lipids.
Macromolecules - journal - was created in 1968.
Macromolecules are large molecules. Macromolecules are found in the proteins, carbohydrates, nucleic acid, and lipids in the body. Macromolecules are essential to the structure and function of a cell.
what macromolecules studied today are present in cells"
The Golgi apparatus packages and transports macromolecules.
Lysosomes break down macromolecules.
Insufficient information in the question. The meaning of "macromolecules" is ambiguous.
i think lipids are the only class of macromolecules that are waxy, fatty, or oily. This answer is wrong.....and the question doesn't make sense. Lipids are not macromolecules.
What class of Macromolecules does DNA belong to? That would be Nucleic Acid!!
The 4 major macromolecules are: carbohydrates, lipids, proteins, and nucleic acids.
Proteins and nucleic acids are organic macromolecules that contain nitrogen.
The four major macromolecules are proteins, carbohydrates, lipids, and nucleic acids.
There are four major types of macromolecules: Lipids, Nucleic Acids, Proteins, and Carbohydrates.
Macromolecules are important because they are essential to the life process in all living things.
these are the molecules which are found in food, such asprotein fats, carbhohydrate.
Macromolecules have low molecular masses.
Macromolecules made up of amino acids are called proteins.
Macromolecules form when mixing monomers to create a polymer. This has to be done in a time frame.
The Golgi complex packages macromolecules such as fat. There are two types of ER. Smooth ER makes fats, and Rough ER packages proteins.
The macromolecules found in pasta are mostly starch, but there are small amounts of proteins and lipids as well.
Macromolecules are formed from many simple molecules (monomers) and have a big molecular mass.
All macromolecules are organic molecules because they contain hydrocarbons.