The monomer for a lipid would be 3 fatty acids and a glycerol molecule.
monomer- glycerol/ fatty acid dimmer- n/a polymer - lipid
The monomers of proteins are known as amino acids....A further explanation:Do not confuse amino acids with nucleic acids. Nucleic acids are DNA and RNA and are another one of the BIG 4 macromolecules that are needed to survive.The 4 are:Carbohydrates (monomer: monosaccaride)Proteins (monomer: amino acids)Lipids (monomer: fatty acids)Nucleic Acids (monomer: nucleotides)
it is a monomer of nucleosides
Lipids do not have monomers and they themselves are the polymer
Glycerol is a monomer of a lipid.
the monomer of a lipid is glycerol and 3 fatty acids.
Glycerol and 3 fatty acids.
monomers for carbohydrates is monosaccharides simple sugar. monomer for lipids is 3 fatty acids
they are weird because you cannot recognize a single monomer.
fatty acids and glycerols
They are the lipids. They have glycerols and fatty acids