Which two macromolecules contain nitrogen?
Proteins and nucleic acids
Proteins and nucleic acids are organic macromolecules that contain nitrogen.
Proteins and nucleic acids contain nitrogen. Proteins use nitrogen as part of amino group, which is NH2. Nucleic acids use nitrogen for nitrogen bases such as adenine, guanine, cytosine, and thymine.
Basically there are two. They are proteins and nucleic acids
There are two mainly. They are proteins and nucleic acids. Also nylon, silk, whool are N-containg macromolecules, but they are not BIOchems
Actually, macromolecules contain Carbon, Hydrogen, and Oxygen
All macromolecules contain a monomer.
The lipids are the only class of macromolecules that contain fatty acids, steroids, phospholipid, and more.
Air and soil.
Not all cells will contain all four kinds of organic macromolecules. These four organic macromolecules are proteins, lipids, carbohydrates and nuclic acid.
Nitrate and ammoniak
Cells contain all four of organic macromolecules. These fours macromolecules are classified as carbons, proteins, nucleic acids and large polysaccharides which mostly as sources of energy.
The 5 elements found in Macromolecules are carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, and phosphorus.
All macromolecules are organic molecules because they contain hydrocarbons.
No, it contains two: hydrogen and nitrogen, It does however contain four different atoms: one of nitrogen and three of hydrogen.
Foods contain proteins, carbohydrates and lipids which are three different types of macromolecules. However, there are far more than three types of macromolecules, some of which are also found in food.
The molecule of nitrogen contain two atoms, is diatomic.
Dinitrogen trioxide contain two nitrogen atoms in the molecule.
Nitrogen doesn't contain air, but the air contains Nitrogen.
No, Carbohydrates do not contain nitrogen. proteins do.
Yes, soil does contain nitrogen.
Macromolecules In addition to the C, the H and the O, they also contain nitrogen (N). All of these elements are arranged to form amino acids. Amino acids are the building blocks ... But, you notice that you have two types of nucleic acids. ... These nitrogenous bases pair up to help form the famous double helix you may have heard about with DNA.
Nucleic acids, such as RNA and DNA.
Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen, Phosphorus, Sulfur
Fats and proteins
phosphorus, carbon, nitrogen, hydrogen, oxygen
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.
The molecule of nitrogen dioxide (NO2) contain of course two oxygen atoms.
Yes. All living things contain nitrogen.
Carbon yes, but nitrogen no. Only some contain nitrogen.
proteins and fats
Mostly they are lipids. They contain a hydrophobic part
because different macromolecules have different kinds/quantity of bonds, and these bonds holds energy
Pyrimidines are nucleotides that have a single ring as their nitrogen base. The two pyrimidines are Cytosine and Thymine.
No. Carbon and nitrogen are both elements. They contain only themselves.
No, vinegar does not contain nitrogen. Vinegar is an acetic acid which is CH3COO
Protiens contain nitrogen
Carbon, hydrogen, oxygen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and sulfur are elements that make up almost all the organic macromolecules.
No, lipids do not contain nitrogen. A lipid is hydrophobic and is a fatty acid. Nitrogen is typically a gas, and does not contain the same structure.
No. Silicon and nitrogen are elements. One element cannot contain another.
Yes, amino acids contain nitrogen in their amine group.
Hydrogen, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine.
Nitrogen is a key component of proteins and nucleic acids (DNA and RNA), which are 2 of the 4 main macromolecules of life.
No. Protein contains nitrogen.
Amines contain nitrogen.
No. Lipids do not contain nitrogen.
All of them since they are organic. Lipids, proteins, carbohydrates and nucleic acids are considered to be the 4 groups of biological macromolecules.
The molecule of nitrogen dioxide contain 30,446 % nitrogen.
DNA comes to mind.